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Subject: I could be wrong but not all "Boutique Designers" want to expand and be considered "Big names" A title like "boutique Designs" is a little more respectful.


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Date Posted: Saturday, September 13, 12:22:55pm
In reply to: The distinction doesn't bother me... To each their own. 's message, "IMHO, it has little to do with ability any more, but overall output (though 100 dresses a year is really impressive! I don't think most make nearly that many), brand recognition, and ability to set trends. Many dressmakers are FANTASTIC, but don't have the output or recognition/trust (from teachers or dancers) to set trends. Most also don't have the profit margins to expand their output enough to become a bigger brand." on Saturday, September 13, 10:53:03am


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I'm not saying that everyone does (I certainly don't!), just pointing out that there is a reason that people (dancers) tend to differentiate between "big name" and "small name" dressmakers. It's a pretty literal term. (NT).02Saturday, September 13, 12:49:47pm


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