Build a Product-Based Brand with Jeff Staple Premium class
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Brand Name & Mission Statement24:11
Your First Collection16:02
About This Class
Join streetwear icon Jeff Staple as he shares first-hand experience and advice for building a brand from purpose to product — essential and tactical advice for entrepreneurs, fashion aspirants, and everyone with a dream to build their own creative product company.
A Note From Jeff Staple
I have been fortunate enough to take part in a number of successful endeavors during my career, with the most notable being Staple Design. While Staple is made up of a globally distributed apparel brand, a thriving consulting agency, and a world renowned retail outlet, this all did not happen overnight. It has taken my team and I over 15 years to build this company to where it is today but it would not have made it this far without creating a strong foundation at its inception.
I am constantly hit up by aspiring entrepreneurs from the fashion space and beyond looking to build a brand of their own but they don’t know where to start.
With this class on Skillshare, I hope to answer these questions by addressing some of the most fundamental aspects of starting a product-based brand, but even moreso I hope to inspire everyone who has ever thought about starting something of their own to actually take action and pursue that dream.
In this class, through exclusive video content and written instruction, we will go over key lessons:
- Refining your Brand Name and Brand Slogan
- The Philosophical, Technical, and Legal Considerations to Logo Creation
- Crafting a Debut Collection (Telling a Story with Your Product)
To learn these lessons, every student is encouraged to complete and share projects of their own with the rest of the community on the Skillshare platform. You will complete a branding project with a name, a slogan, a logo, and first collection CADs to kickoff your fashion brand.
This class is perfect for aspiring entrepreneurs in the fashion industry, both those who want to create a brand and those who already have a company in its early phases, and anyone interested in learning what it takes to build a brand from the ground up, like we have done with Staple Design. Thank you for joining us.
— Jeff Staple
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This was an awesome class short and to the point. I do not run a fashion based business but was able to take a lot of concepts from this and apply to my business.
Mother. Wife . Serial Entrepreneur. Tea Lady.
this class is great, there is a lot to learn from this class to help anyone interested in building a brand
In 1997, jeffstaple walked into the Triple Five Soul boutique in New York City and received his first order of 12 silkscreened t-shirts – and Staple was officially open for business. What started as a small t-shirt line handmade by jeffstaple, who was then a student at Parsons School of Design, grew organically and began to gain visibility in the city. In the process of building this burgeoning brand, Nike hired jeffstaple in 2005 to create a special sneaker to represent New York. The Staple Pigeon icon was conceived and was branded on the heels of a limited (and now most coveted) 150 pairs of the popular Dunk Pro SB, leading to much fanfare upon its release and exposing sneaker culture, and Staple, to the masses. The Staple Pigeon is now a world renowned symbol which reflects the gritty and reckless energy New Yorkers (and all urban dwellers) possess. It not only exists as a representation of New York but is also the influence behind Staple’s extensive apparel range and collaborative products distributed in the top retailers across the globe. Inspired by street culture and design, Staple’s reach encompasses many different landscapes such as music, art, and fashion.
17+ years later, Staple continues to be a positive social contagion.