Boutique sewers, here’s your chance to use those labels! We’ve lined up two shops here in Manhattan, two sweet little boutiques that want to carry Oliver + S handmade clothing.
If you’d like to lay claim to selling your sewn garments in New York City, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re assembling a list of interested craftspeople and will pass along that list to both shop owners. The shop owners can then contact you to negotiate terms for a small collection of Oliver + S clothing styles in their shops.
Please note that Oliver + S won’t be part of these business arrangements; we’re merely making introductions so you can start discussions and hopefully work together to assemble a collection that will be unique to each shop. The specifics are up to you and the shop owners to work out.
Good luck, and happy sewing!
P.S. Regarding the photos: I love that word, “purveyor”. Makes me wish we had used it in our branding. I mean, “Oliver + S: purveyors of quality sewing patterns for children’s clothing” is a bit long, but it has such a nice sound to it, doesn’t it?