This weekend, August 20th 2017 Blue Candies is set to Slay the Garage Fashion Show Presented by AMillion Magazine. Blue Candies will be introducing some new pieces which will include some cut and sew designs in addition to our bold knitwear designs. You do not want to miss this show! There will also be performances by local Artist. Doors open at 6pm, admission is $15. 2611 Kemper Lane in Walnuthills.
Sunday, April 2, 2017, in Cincinnati, Ohio, The Avenue Event Center hosted the Rags 2 Riches Spring Fashion Show. Blue Candies took to the runway with its signature style of handmade couture crochet garments. But there were a few surprises. Blue Candies slayed the runway with custom jeans as well as a sexy lace number that awed the crowd.
Blue Candies also introduced some new pieces to their Brand staying true to the bold and vibrant colors and designs that hug each and every curve of the body. Giving their garments a custom fit that is sure to please. Bold, different and original, Blue Candies designs stood out from the crowd staying away from the Cincinnati tradition of t-shirts and jeans wear. But Blue Candies line is not your traditional cut and sew line either. Blue Candies line is groundbreaking and ahead of it’s time in the Mid-West region making waves for a new and exciting trend to hit the local runway. Creating a brand that is long overdue to be in the forefront of innovative design and womenswear in Cincinnati.
There was also a long list of hot designers who showcased as well including, Body Kit Customs, Glamour Coated Melons, Petty On Fleek, Hands Down, Petty By Nature, Liam Clothing out of the Atl and at least 7 other local designers.
Blue Candies was recently chosen by Haute Ohio Magazine ( The Only High Fashion Mag In the Midwest) as one of The Best Of the Best Designers in the Midwest for its Spring Capture Couture issue. “We are so excited and honored, we can’t wait to slay this Photoshoot” said Kimber CEO and Lead Designer for Blue Candies. The shoot will take place mid March and drop in April. Stay tuned for behind the scenes video snippets and photos from the shoot.
Blue Candies never seems to disappoint. Blue Candies Slayed, Ripped and lit the Runway on Fire once again in the Fashion Forward Cincy Fashion Competition Saturday July 16th at the Ramada formerly known as CoCoKey Water Resort in Cincinnati, Ohio. Introducing two new designs on the Runway. Along with some that had never been showcased. Blue Candies wowed the crowed with bold designs and candy like colors. Blue Candies showed handcrafted Art at it’s best.
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One question that I am often asked by emerging designers in the very early stages of business is: “what’s the difference between a lookbook and a line sheet?” The other question is: “when do I use each one?”
A lookbook is a way to showcase your brand in its own element by portraying the overall “feel”.
Through a collection of well-styled editorial images the story of your brand is told. When creating a lookbook never skimp on working with professional models, stylists, and photographers as these images often make the first impression before an editor or buyer even sees the collection in person.
While lookbooks give you the feel, line sheets give you the facts.
Line sheets are a wealth of information for buyers and contain style names, season, wholesale prices, size runs, colors/patterns available, materials and suggested markup prices.
Line sheets also include visuals such as a silhouette sketch or image of the merchandise on a white background and fabric swatches. And be sure to make a note of when the line sheet information expires.
Here’s more info on what goes into a line sheet.
Some brands combine their lookbook and line sheets into one with styled images on one side of a page and information on the other, though it’s usually best to keep them completely separate.
Regardless of how you plan to design these two elements, both are of equal importance. I suggest having both a physical and digital copy of each one, making it seemless when an editor or buyer emails you requesting information fast.
And remember, be creative and consistent with all branded materials.
Cincinnati, Ohio June 14, 2014 – Babe Blue Enterprises, LLC a premier local retailer of Designer Knitwear for women is proud to present Blue Candies by Charlene Kimber, a sexy and stylish luxury brand without the luxurious price.
Created to revolutionize the way women feel in their clothing. Blue Candies brand knitwear, intends to change the way women think about knitwear and how they will look and feel in it. The goal with every design is to bring functionality, fit, comfort, quality and affordability. They have succeeded in their efforts without sacrificing style!
Blue Candies brings back the Daisy Duke with a modern hip sexy appeal. Boasting beautiful, bright and bold colors for summer and spring. Blue Candies Daisy Dukes stretch fibers provide a body defining fit. Most styles including their mini-skirts have a contouring waistband for comfort and function. Featuring 100% cotton and or 100% acrylic fabric content for comfort and wear ability.
Blue Candies continues to provide the finest in women’s designer fashions at discount prices while providing access to new and upcoming designs. Blue Candies is a must have for any woman’s wardrobe. These styles and more are available at Blue Candies Studio.
About Blue Candies
Established in 2010 by Babe Blue Enterprises LLC, Blue Candies by Charlene Kimber is a premier local retailer of women’s designer knitwear. Blue Candies was Inspired the need to have a more natural comfortable feel for women’s clothing. Believing that comfort and sexy don’t always go hand in hand. Blue Candies set out to create clothing that was sexy, modern, hip and comfortable. The Blue Candies Brand was conceived to meet the needs of today’s woman.