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Disrupt Featured Interview With Alavique

Just recently we found out about a luxury fashion brand that has really been making noise on the scene. Unlike most brands, Alaviqe specializes in high quality making them stand out from the pack. Below is an interview with a representative from their team.

What exactly is Alaviqe?

Alaviqe is a luxury fashion brand. Products include clothing, leather goods, handbags, shoes, watches, jewelry, accessories, home decor and much more. Items are available for women, men, children, and pets.

What was the process for Alaviqe when you first started?

Alaviqe’s product line originally encompassed clothing and expanded to a wide range of items to make a complete look.

What does being a successful fashion designer entail?

Being a successful fashion designer entails having a knack for creativity and an open mind understanding there isn’t just one style and items aren’t always worn for its intended purpose. For example, you may make a headband that someone wears as a belt and from there you realize you may need to offer belts in different sizes with the same design you intend solely for the headband.

What is the most rewarding part of being a fashion designer?

The most rewarding part is seeing items complete someone’s entire look.

What do you want your audience to know about your brand?

The audience should know that Alaviqe is a lifestyle brand that provides items for many occasions from everyday casual wear, formal wear, athleisure, and more.

What is your greatest success so far when it comes to your brand?

The greatest success has been having multiple offers from well known reputable companies wanting to carry our brand.

Where does your brand originate from?

Alaviqe is an American fashion brand sold worldwide.

Where are you from?

The brand is owned by multiple individuals, so we’d like to keep the focus on the brand as a whole rather than the owners. Alaviqe was founded in Atlanta, Georgia.

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What are some of the challenges you faced along the way?

Most challenges are easy to overcome, but there can be challenges nonetheless. Some challenges include production issues or time constraints or things like a model not being able to encapsulate the full outcome of the intended vision, sometimes changes have to be made.

What does it take to be a successful fashion designer?

Creativity and dedication.

Where do you see your brand in the next five years?

Multiple international locations known as a fashion powerhouse.

What is some advice you would give to a young fashion designer?

Think big and never give up.

Social media links:

IG/FB: @alaviqe

Twitter: @alaviqe_

Ali Raza is an Entrepreneur, Blogger, Writer & Publisher. Ali Has 6 Years of Experience, Ali writes contents for Artist, Musician, Celebrity, Etc

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