Flont on StartEngine

With Flont, you don’t have to buy jewelry – you can just rent it! Flont is revolutionizing the fine jewelry experience by allowing members to borrow, rather than buy, new items each month for just a monthly fee starting at just $59. Members can then either purchase the pieces they love, or return it for something new. They carry designers like Bulgari, Cartier, and Tiffany & Co., along with exclusive partnerships with 30 leading designers. 10% of Flont members buy a piece they love within […]

Flont on StartEngine 2018-07-02T08:57:41+00:00

Paul Evans on SeedInvest

Paul Evans is the direct-to-consumer luxury men’s footwear and essentials brand you’ve been waiting for. They’re helping men everywhere step up their shoe game. Their production is exclusively in Naples, Italy, utilizes the Blake stitching method, is made in expertly-crafted Italian calfskin, and offers free shipping, free returns, and a 365-day return return policy. Their lifetime sales since September 2013 is over $5M, and they grew revenue from $199,000 to over $2M in 2017. Their customers repeat purchase rate is 36% from nearly 10,000 global […]

Paul Evans on SeedInvest 2018-06-21T11:48:09+00:00

DSTLD on StartEngine

DSTLD is here to truly “distill” the essentials to become the next global fashion leader. They offer high-end clothing at fast fashion prices, such as $75-100 for jeans that would normally cost you $200+ under a brand name like Rag+Bone. They’re also eco-friendly. So far, DSTLD raised $3.1M in 2017 with their second Reg A+ round of funding; they’ve earned over $14M in lifetime sales since 2014; they’ve had 79% YoY growth; and they have over 69,000 customers. Some of those customers are celebrities too […]

DSTLD on StartEngine 2018-06-18T18:16:25+00:00

C.A.S. Handmade Inc. on GrowthFountain

Handmade high quality handbags

C.A.S. Handmade Inc. designs, develops, and sews high-quality bags in Hudson, MA. Each bag is created by artist Cara DesJardins and her team, and each bag is made out of full-grain leather and 100% linen. C.A.S. sells in their own retail store, as well as other stores and online. In fact, C.A.S bags are carried in over 100 stores nationally, and they’ve had over 200% growth in 2017. They reached last year’s total sales of $205,000, and with this venture, they’re hoping to raise capital to go into 2018 and become a $500,000 company. They are already at $250,000 with 70,000 in open purchase orders, so it looks like they are well on their “bagging” their goal and sewing their way to success! They also help support other artists, and in their C.A.S. store, they sell art from 35 other artists as well.

C.A.S. Handmade Inc. on GrowthFountain 2018-03-17T10:23:19+00:00

DIY Screen Printing Supplies on StartEngine

Screen Printing Product Development.

DIY Screen Printing Supplies is exactly what it sounds like. This company makes it easy-peasy to make your own screen prints. Most of today’s screen print artists work out of small spaces, such as booths, kitchens, or bathrooms, meaning they have no square inch to spare. They need a product with a tiny footprint that’s highly portable, but can still produce professional looking materials -- and that’s exactly what DIY provides. Their flagship product, the Merchmakr All-in-One Screen Printing Press, is functional, beautiful, and produces products exactly the way customers desire. DIY also offers all the ink you would need, plus a plethora of other products, such as ones that act as an alternative to Yudu consumables, ones that use plastisol Ink, and one that’s a steel exposure/burning unit. To top it off, DIY offers detailed technical support that’s based on their 30+ years in the industry.

DIY Screen Printing Supplies on StartEngine 2018-03-16T13:07:58+00:00

ARO on StartEngine

Independent + Emerging Designers.

ARO doesn’t just believe in selling a product. ARO believes in the creative process, fostering designer growth, and providing customers with unique, fashion-forward fashion. They offer designers the space to showcase their pieces and connect with customers who desire that special look. ARO supports ethically made, sustainable products, and they hand pick their designers from around the country. They then meet with those designers to support their process and curate their designs, some of which are then exclusive to ARO. Customers can shop online or in their brick-and-mortar store in East Austin, and their customer base is global.

ARO on StartEngine 2018-03-22T07:03:48+00:00

SilkRoll on Republic

Digital currency marketplace to exchange products online.

SilkRoll is a global shared closet that allows you to trade and discover high quality fashion from style-mates around the world -- without spending a single penny. Just mail in your unwanted fashion products, earn SilkRoll points for them, and shop for new items with those points! You can then either keep your newfound items or exchange them back for more points. SilkRoll only accepts high quality, clean, brand-name items, and any items they don’t accept are donated to charities that empower women or repurpose textiles. Plus, SilkRoll offers a subscription membership (that comes with perks) or the option to shop as a guest. It’s like frequent flyer miles...but for brand-name fashion!

SilkRoll on Republic 2018-03-17T10:50:10+00:00
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