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Are you an entrepreneur, have you developed a product you want to launch, introduce and take your product into stores. Stylemax Chicago offers a great opportunity for small businesses like mine.

Why Chicago?

Midwest buyers will come to shop in time for spring/summer, I feel shows early in the year are for buyers to come look, make notes of what they will buy (place orders for spring/summer delivery) but are not as successful as shows closer to the spring & summer (in terms of PO’s written) PO’s = Purchase order. Although the presence of your company/brand is relevant even during winter time especially if you are kind of new so you can talk about your brand, get business cards and do your FOLLOW UP in time to get orders in March/April.

8071028_origWant your product in states like Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri among other States, this is the place to be.  There are many towns that I haven’t even heard of , with great stores, boutiques, galleries that are always looking for new products.

In our case is a great opportunity to continue growing our  Peruvian Peruvian Huayruros jewelry collection and bring it more states.

This year we are launching a brand new marketing campaign, with designs that are more than just a jewelry piece but are also meaningful, with history behind every piece. The properties and meaning of the Peruvian huayruros are known for bringing:

GOOD LUCK

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HAPPINESS

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LOVE

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ENERGY

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Buyers can choose which cards appeal more for their clients, so it’s piece of jewelry that will come nicely packed with beautiful cards.  These pieces are more than just jewelry and tell a meaningful story and make great, thoughtful gifts.

Ecofriendly stores fall more and more in love with our Peruvian huayruros.  Our ultimate goal is to continue bringing the magic and sharing the history of our Peruvian huayruros with the world.

Producers of Alpaca products like Itala Testino, Alpaca International, Varignia Garcia, Textil Colca, Certified Organic cotton clothes for babies  by Makicotton and Peruvian huayruros turned into meaningful & trendy jewelry pieces by Evelyn Brooks Designs,  are here supported by PROMPERU and the Trade Comission Office of Peru in Washington DC, without a doubt the work they are doing worldwide is non other than to promote Peru, and let the world know about our quality of work and creativity we put in everything we do.

Till next time;)

The Crystal Couture fashion show and boutique sale is a one-of-a-kind event that can only be found in Crystal City.

This show annually transforms an underused or empty area into a high-end fashion event bringing dozens of area boutiques and designers under one roof. The combined fashion show and pop-up shop experience invites shopaholics, browsers, and fashion mavens alike to enjoy the professionally choreographed runway fashion shows, boutique trunk sales at steep discounts, free 5-minute hair and facial makeovers, stylist consultations, and a bar with a nightclub atmosphere. Accessible both in the price of admission (FREE) and the merchandise pricing, Crystal Couture sets the bar for fashion in the DC area.

This year Evelyn Brooks Designs came back and it was an awesome experience, but it was even nicer because I was able to see some old time friends that I don’t get to see as often as I would like to, like Maggy Francois (producer of the show), designers Kenny Kass, Afua Sam, Emily Gonzaga (Milik’a) and reknown photographers like Jerald Council, Phil Kogan and many more who came to be part of Crystal Couture 2015.

Our wonderful team included models from DC International Models (Gaby Pool and Milvia Gomez) as well as Kimberly Coral who was doing a great work promoting Evelyn Brooks Designs at our booth.

What was I doing I was backstage helping Afua Sam of Studio D’ Maxi get the models ready for her segment and she would accessorize them with Evelyn Brooks jewelry.

If you missed it here is a little recap. Hope to see you again in 2016!

Wish you a happy weekend!
Evelyn Brooks