Vorne clothing at ESDA

Published on 16 December 2020

Vorne Store has been for four years, more than a clothing shop, a reference in the city. It was a place that exuded a taste for handmade, local and conscientious products, as well as combining it with events, a café and a workshop-lab where they made their own collections.

Ruth Sopeña Peñas and Borja Simón Serrano gave us the opportunity to have in our historic centre, a little corner that transported us to a business idea within the textile industry, more typical of Holland than of the capital of the wind.

This year, following the pandemic, they closed the physical space, but with Vorne clothing are still working on new womenswear collections for the SS21 season and a new line of baby clothes.

Yesterday at ESDA, he told us about his experiences and lessons learned, as well as other important topics for a new fashion designer, such as the costs involved in starting a business, how to calculate the RRP of a garment, the margins between designer and shop, how to get it right with the stockproduction processes or how to arrange the product in a showroom.

Teacher: Ana Sánchez Álvarez