Teges Prita Soraya
, from A Good Life, agreed that being able to deliver a large quantity of items in a short time to buyers was a challenge for many designers.
"Selling is easy, producing is the difficult part," she
said it was part of her
job to make transactions between designers and buyers as easy as possible, and to keep the designers abreast of import regulations in various countries.
However, finding suppliers and manufacturers is only the first challenge for young designers trying to break into the international market.
said that while the prices should be kept as low as possible for Indonesian consumers, the question was how much designers should charge international buyers.
"I have been watching these brands for a year and a half to get to know their style and consistency," says Teges Prita Soraya, a marketing manager for Grand Indonesia.
picked local brands with edgy and refreshing designs to suit the mall's target market.
was in the process of selecting hospitals in need of financial support.
"We know some of our friends who buy clothes and only wear them once, or maybe not at all, so we would like to encourage them to donate their stuff and let us sell it here," Teges