Julianne Applegate
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Profession / role:
Designer
Company / organisation:
JulieApple Inc.
Website (if you have one):
http://www.julieapplestore.com
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Designer
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About me / About business or organisation:
Julianne Applegate has been designing for 15 years. She has traveled the world and found inspiration in every corner. Her designs have been sold in The U.S., Europe, Asia, South America, Mexico, and Canada, and featured at Colette, Paris and Takashimaya, Tokyo, and on the RTW runway. Applegate has been fortunate to design collaborative collections for Diane Von Furstenberg, Jonathan Adler, Stella McCartney, Gwen Stefani, and many others. After eight years of success with LeSportsac as their Vice President of Design, Applegate left LeSportsac to consult and to build JulieApple. Applegate has painstakingly crafted every detail of the JulieApple collection, building on her long experience to create a collection of world class and earth conscious designs.
Career history / Company history:
Over 15 years of design experience. Concertration in, print design, bag design, Computer Aided Design, art direction, brand building and marketing.

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At 0:47 on October 4, 2009, David McGill said…
Hi Julianne, I'm impressed by the fact that youre trying to place work in the USA. Im trying hard to persuade a high school in the San Francisco area to import cloth from Africa and have their school uniforms made locally. I was quite surprised that I had to put this idea to them.
I try to give my fabrics identity by using the colours in national flags or in the case of the USA the colours in State flags. Ive even designed a few in NFL team colours recently. They give accessory and fashion designers an opportunity to create products with a stronger local appeal. Thats what I meant by 'Americanising'.
At 12:31 on October 3, 2009, David McGill said…
Really attractive designs Juliianne. I really like the Julie Apple logo. Have you thought of 'Americanising' your collection?
 
 
 

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