With Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat so easily accessible a lot more have begun sharing their lifestyles and food to grow their own social media channels, but becoming a fashion entrepreneur isn’t easy exactly. For instance David Gandy originally graduated from marketing at university. Before that his flatmate entered him into an ITV competition to discover a new underwear model in 2001. This meant the marketing side of things had been put on hold and his stellar career was launched.
Gandy has spent the last 15 years evolving annoyingly well and has actually made a brand of himself in his own right, only to be competing with 1-2 gents in the men’s of world style such as Jim Chapman, David Beckham or Lucky Blue. Although Gandy is far more than a pretty face, despite his chiseled body being what he’s known for his wardrobe is something thats more heavily appreciated. Any man has the ability to become a fashion entrepreneur – just believe in yourself and start your own fashion campaign!
From Gandy to Champan these gent’s have spent nearly over a decade refining their wardrobes, investing time and money to achieve the perfect wardrobe. It doesn’t take a lot but you must be willing to experiment with styles, colours, and trends until you find a niche that suits you. It’s not shameful to gather inspiration from already based designers or models. The one who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The one who walks alone is likely to find himself in places no one has ever been.