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Heavy on Fashion talks to Vivienne Pash

Heavy on Fashion talks to Vivienne Pash
Photo Courtesy of Vivienne Pash


Hello, all my divas and gurus! I am so happy to bring you another fabulous interview with fashion designer Vivienne Pash. Vivienne Pash is a Jamaican born, NY designer.Vivienne Pash use of classic silhouette from 60's and 70's with a touch of today's style to makes her namesake line a must have piece for any closet.

SO, without further ado, Here is Heavy on Fashion talks to Vivienne Pash



Heavy on Fashion: Tell me a little about yourself. Where are you from? What's your educational background? What do you like to do in your free time besides being an entrepreneur?

Vivienne Pash: My name is Vivienne Pash and I am originally from Jamaica. In my spare time, I enjoy traveling, cooking and baking, and of course designing and sewing clothes.




Heavy on Fashion: So let's talk about the Vivienne Pash collection. How did it start?

Vivienne Pash: I was exposed to fashion designers, first hand, at a very early age.  I accompanied my mother to see her designer and would collection ends of fabric, which I later sewed into clothing for my doll.



Heavy on Fashion: What makes Vivienne Pash unique from other lines in the industry?

Vivienne Pash: My pieces represent classic looks from past eras, with a tasteful and modern twist.  The latest collection was inspired by the 1960’s.


Heavy on Fashion talks to Vivienne Pash
Photo Courtesy of Vivienne Pash

Heavy on Fashion: How would you define the style your line exemplifies?

Vivienne Pash: Tailored, stylish and timeless pieces.



Heavy on Fashion: Where do you get your inspiration for the Vivienne Pash collection?

Vivienne Pash: The inspiration for my latest collection came from driving upstate New York during the fall, seeing all of the beautiful fall foliage and changing of the leaves.  Travel and nature play a big role in inspiration for my designs.



Heavy on Fashion: What do you hope to have achieved in the industry, 10 years from now? 

Vivienne Pash: I hope my brand become an international name in fashion for men, women & kids.


Heavy on Fashion: So let's talk about your journey venturing into your own business. 

Vivienne Pash: Designing and creating clothing is something that has always come naturally to me.  I started my business because I wanted my designs to be seen.  Fashion felt like such a natural career for me, and I am comfortable even when I venture outside of my elements.

Heavy on Fashion: Name one of most impactful events that help you start your entrepreneur career? 

Vivienne Pash: The early exposure to the industry.  Years later, after leaving fashion school and getting a few years’ experience under my belt, I realized that I have what it takes to pursue my own independent brand.


Heavy on Fashion talks to Vivienne Pash
Photo Courtesy of Vivienne Pash


Heavy on Fashion: What is your favorite part about being an entrepreneur?

Vivienne Pash: One of the best parts of being an entrepreneur are the many different mentors I meet.



Heavy on Fashion: What advice would your give a future entrepreneur? 

Vivienne Pash: Make sure you really love what you do and focus your energy towards your dreams.



Heavy on Fashion: Where can my fashion divas and gurus purchase your products?

Vivienne Pash: Vivienne Pash’s website, http://www.viviennepash.com.




Heavy on Fashion: Finally, what does fashion mean to you? 

Vivienne Pash: It’s an expression, it’s art, it’s style and trends that I epitomize for the woman who’s meant to be seen.



I would like to thank Vivienne Pash for the interview.
Be sure to check out the Vivienne Pash collection at http://www.viviennepash.com/
Be sure to follow Vivienne Pash on twitter at https://twitter.com/ViviennePash
&
On Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Vivienne-Pash

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