Open Call: New York-based Memphis Workshop is Looking for Emerging Designers

Memphis Workshop
Bob Martus

Memphis Workshop, a New York-based content studio focused on product marketing and some very clever, cool and downright bad ass product editorials has announced an open call for their new e-commerce site that launches this summer.

The brand, run by Angela Campos has collaborated with Hypebae for Common Projects, Puma and the Vans x Opening Ceremony collaboration. They’ve also worked with Marie Claire, Contently and The Hollywood Reporter among others.

Their point-of-difference is that they will offer limited quantities and consumers can shop from a gallery of editorial images, videos and gifts that they create in-house. They are looking for brands with at least 10 units in either women’s accessories, home goods, womenswear, shoes and handbags. 


We’re looking for items that are trending but with a spin; both high and low are welcome as style is not dictated by cost.

 

Memphis Workshop
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Memphis Workshop
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Memphis Workshop
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Memphis Workshop
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Memphis Workshop
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Moving Portrait from Memphis Workshop on Vimeo by Bob Martus


Submission Criteria 

  • Designers must submit a detailed line sheet or website featuring product (s), retail price, where they are based, and whether they have other stockists
  • Must have a minimum of 10 units available 

Submissions should be sent to hello@memphisworkshop.com. Learn more at Memphis WorkshopThe deadline to apply is July 1, 2017. 


Please note that we are not affiliated with this open call and cannot answer any questions about it. This is a sponsored post. 

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