Discover the 5 fundamental steps you’ll need
to start your clothing brand and keep things
Hi, I’m Bako. If you’re reading this, you’ve probably been looking for a fashion business mentor (from Paris!) to help guide you on your journey as a fashion entrepreneur.
Well, it’s about time that you found me!
I know the feeling of being lost in this world of trends and fads – never truly knowing where to go or how to start. That’s why I created Fashion Cross Functional – as a finance expert turned fashion business mentor, my life mission is to help emerging fashion business owners like YOU bridge the gap between creativity and business. I love sharing what I’ve learned through years of entrepreneurship and consulting in order for others not be left behind!
REACH FOR THE STARS
and stick to it!
TIPS TO BOOST
YOUR FASHION BUSINESS
I’ve worked with over hundred fashion entrepreneurs and fashion creatives. Small, medium-sized as well as well established fashion brands. Each interaction with a fashion business owner leads to so many revelations that I am eager to share. Thoughts are dashing in my mind all the time: best practices that all fashion brands should implement or on the contrary, bad habits you should get rid of.
You’ll get all that in my blog posts.
Click on a topic below and let’s get your fashion brand empowered.
into your dream business
ON MY FASHION JOURNEY
Whether in the middle of a fashion party in Paris or working in a client’s showroom, get an instant feel and immediate tips while I’m on the road.
If you’re into quick tips, this is a great way to collect ideas for your fashion business. And I am just a DM away!
Let’s interact and have a chat on Instagram.
BE AND WORK WITH PEOPLE
who share your values
THE FASHION FIX
Building a fashion business can be a pretty lonely journey sometimes. I mean…How many times have I had designers on a video call, on the verge of a nervous breakdown, crying because their next door fabric retailer discontinued the muslin they needed for an urgent order or because there’s a lot of pressure to be ready for an upcoming fashion show or just because the business doesn’t pick up and they feel overwhelmed.
It’s normal to feel this way. Running a fashion brand requires so many qualifications and it’s okay to burst from time to time. As long as you pick yourself up and find a solution to what you’re going through.
Which is where the Fashion Fix community comes. In our community, you can meet fellow fashion designers just like you. No more need to bore your entourage with details of your life they won’t get anyway!
You can share your fashion journey, your victories, ask for advice and wipe each others’ tears as well.
And it’s free! So what are you waiting for?
LEARN WHAT WORKS
Tips are good. Methods are even better.
If you want to be successful with your fashion business, there’s no miracle recipe: you’ll need to model what successful fashion businesses do.
In The Fashion Business Plan, you’ll find a step-by-step approach to run your fashion brand like a pro and become profitable. This book not only teaches you how to write your very own fashion business plan.
It will give you the foundation to build a solid fashion business.
COMMIT TO DELIVER
the best of you!
THEY WERE HAPPY
WORKING WITH ME
“We are Just a showroom in Paris, we select emerging brands and young designers with deeper ideas in the concept than just another fashion brand. we value innovation and craftsmanship, vision and quality understating in confectioning the garments and accessories.
One of our designers Lia Gureeva, as many talented people, been thrown in various random directions and Fashion FXF really helped! We did a beautiful workshop and Bako patiently for hours directed Lia with questions helping her to go deeper into understanding of her own references and values.
The workshop allowed us to have a more clear vision on the DNA of the brand, to find relevant targets on social media.
To understand the audience, brand customer. It helped us in constructing other marketing material and been a reference for direction to follow and to keep image of the brand consistent.”
Masha R, Just A Showroom In Paris
Inspired? This could be
you in a few weeks!