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MADAME connects – introducing Wtalk fashion to our readers
Wtalkfashion.com is an online platform designed to provide smaller brands with simplified access to companies within the industry normally only available to major players – we think it’s great!
We’d like to introduce: Madame’s favourite designers
The Corona Crisis has hit the fashion industry particularly hard: Small and mid-sized owner-operated designer brands, sales consultants and freelance stylists are all feeling the crunch. No better time to take advantage of wtalkfashion.com, a new online concept that connects the world’s ‘pro-fashionals’ while simultaneously providing each brand with ample room and freedom to create their own digital window display and online shop.
‘My team of highly qualified experts pull out all the stops when it comes to providing you, your sales reps and your personal stylists with access to your clients within 24 to 48 hours, paving the way to make consultations and sales via the virtual showrooms immediately possible.’ says the Munich-based businesswoman and founder of wtalkfashion.com, Yvonne Saidler.
Madame spoke to some of its favourite designers about the current situation, asking them how they’ve been spending their time during the Corona Crisis movement restrictions and how they’ve been coping in general. Jewellery designer, Saskia Diez says: ‘The nicest surprise is to observe how social distancing has actually managed to bring people closer on many different levels.’ The head honchos behind Monaco Duck and Maison Common are supporting their retailers with concessions such as reacquiring stock to sell via the brand’s own online shops.
How does wtalkfashion.com work?
Luxury clients can visit wtalkfashion.com for inspiration, consultation and of course – to buy whatever their hearts desire. Additionally, the editorial channels – MADAME is one of them - provide visitors with entertainment such as amusing style stories and the like. Renowned journalists use the platform to write about fashion labelsand the faces that promote them, including the blazer specialist from Blazé Milano or the Florence-based bag brand, Officina del Poggio.
Dress codes are also a major theme at wtalkfashion.com. Service-orientated shopping is its highest maxim – for every situation: International stylists show looks from business attire to black tie – composed from current stock. Anyone who still has questions can get professional advice via the live chat function. We’d now like to wish you lots of fun with our interviews and – it goes without saying – while perusing the new collections as well!
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