It’s no secret that Instagram has played a key role in making the fashion world a more inclusive place. From offering industry outsiders a virtual front-row seat at runway shows to giving indie designers an instant global audience, the app is filled with opportunities for fashion hopefuls big, small, and—in this case—pint-size. It’s true: While grown-up bloggers have earned a living through brands willing to pay big money for wearing (and tagging) their designs, there’s a new wave of mini influencers taking over the Insta fashion scene—and they’re not even old enough to watch a PG-13 movie.
Are you an aspiring entrepreneur? Do you dream of owning your own company one day? Then read on. Who better to inspire you and kick-start your visions into realities than successful company founders themselves.
As more and more passionate millennials begin to turn their creative passions into money-making businesses, we know those dreams are only a great idea and a dose of hard work away. We spoke to few of our very own local success stories and found out their number one tip for starting your own business—because they would know. Feeling ready to take the plunge?
Eleanor Pendleton, Founder & Editor, GrittyPretty.com
Creating your own brand can be as scary as it is exciting. It takes risk, investment, and above all, your precious time. But when you start to see your brand all over Instagram, it’s all worth it, as has been the case for Sharona Harris. In February 2014, the former publicist launched F + H Jewellery and has seen incredible growth in two short years. We had a feeling many of our Who What Wear Australia readers would love to know the ins and outs of launching your own label, so we sat down with Sharona, to find out everything you need to know about launching a successful jewellery brand.