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Uncategorized / October 12, 2017

“The first show was amazing for us – we had good accounts in the beginning, ” says Mohammad. They included Villains on Haight Street, some Japanese stores and Fred Segal in Los Angeles. “What was different about us was that we had a colorful line, bright – sweaters mixed gray with red and yellow and were cut up. ‘Streetwear’ was different at the time.”But they didn’t have the money for production, particularly in limited quantities of 30 or 40 pieces. Both lacked credit histories in the United States, making it hard to get loans. “Friends and family were strong supporters – and still are,” Mohammed says. They found manufacturers by going through the phone book and taking them their samples.”Finding the right price point has been a struggle,” Mohammed says. “We don’t want to lose anyone, but stores are funny. We’ve had to learn a lot. We’re still learning. Our price point is a little bit higher [now].” Nisa’s cute, unfussy separates show up frequently in teen fashion spreads, but they will also be featured in Womenswear Daily and Elle soon. Britney Spears recently turned up in one of their sweaters, with calico fabric accents, purchased at Fred Segal. “You…