Beta Fashion appears to be sitting on a goldmine of emerging and undiscovered talent, thereby slimming the barrier of entry for aspiring designers without fiscal backing — the cut-throat fashion industry has just become that much more dangerous. Neophytes without tangible training with textiles and sewing machines can bring their creations to life with mere pencil and paper, permitting that your designs are selected by your peers and Beta Fashion’s judges. Selected pieces are showcased and sold, online boutique style, on Beta Fashion.
According to The Independent, founder of Beta Fashion, Joseph Nigoghossian, a Central Saint Martins graduate, seeks the, “Democratization of Fashion,” with the goal of becoming the, “leading creative force in the industry, challenging the very way fashion is conceptualized, created, and consumed.”
Beta Fashion transcends the need for fashion schooling altogether. Just kidding.