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A Guide to Making the Show Go On

The Show Must Go On - Dluxware Blog

The Show Must Go On

Planning a fashion show is no easy feat. From selecting the perfect venue to curating the latest trends, there are countless details to consider. But what happens when unexpected challenges arise? How do you keep the show running smoothly, even when faced with setbacks?

Adding New Models

One of the most exciting parts of a fashion show is showcasing new talent. Whether you're adding fresh faces to your lineup or replacing models last minute, it's important to stay organized. Make sure to have measurements on hand, and be prepared to make quick decisions to ensure a seamless transition.

Dealing with Call Outs

It's every designer's nightmare - a model calls out sick on the day of the show. While it may be stressful, it's crucial to stay calm and have a backup plan in place. Reach out to your network of models or agencies to find a replacement quickly. Remember, the show must go on! Luckily, I always assume everything that is impossible, possible for that day.

Preparing for the Unexpected

When it comes to fashion shows, expect the unexpected. From wardrobe malfunctions to technical difficulties, it's important to have a contingency plan for any scenario. Stay flexible and be ready to think on your feet to keep the show running smoothly. The show is going to be what it will be, all you can do is show and show out.

Trust in Your Brand

At the end of the day, the success of a fashion show comes down to one thing - belief in your brand. Trust in the vision you've created, and let that confidence shine through in every aspect of the show, and I mean every aspect. Surround yourself with a great team and support system to help bring your vision to life.

When you have a strong team behind you and trust in your brand, anything is possible. So, no matter what challenges come your way, remember to stay optimistic and keep pushing forward. The moment it all comes together is worth all the hard work and dedication you've put in. The fashion show must go on, against all odds.

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