Lone Design Club (winners of Fashion District’s Retail Futures 2020) are looking for fresh new designers to showcase across their channels! They are cultivating a community of innovative brands who are:
against exotic leather or furs
As part of the Lone Design Club community, you will have the opportunity to showcase your designs in LDC’s experiential concept stores across the world, as well as on their 24/7 online store. This is an amazing chance to connect with new markets of ethical and mindful shoppers and grow your brand!
How It Started
Lone Design Club was founded on the notion of rising-up, taking control and changing the future of retail; like-minded emerging fashion and lifestyle brands coming together to challenge the high-street with fresh new concepts and a focus on unique, ethically produced pieces.
The starting point was a series of short-term concept stores appearing for 1-2 weeks at a time in London, at first, and now across the globe. Experiences and events followed, allowing designers an intimate outlet to tell their stories directly to shoppers – creating real connections between brands and customers. Shortly after, Lone Design Club launched its 24/7 online store, giving their community a new avenue to reach wider markets.
Lone Design Club operates now through both physical and digital platforms – allowing consumers to discover and shop from independent brands with traceable and mindful practices, selling exclusive and one-of-a-kind items.
LDC has exciting plans for the coming year – with “The Next Normal” pop-up and a Fashion and Lifestyle Festival in the works, there’s no better time to join the community!
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