The Biggest Chinese Market Now Within Your Reach with OrdersMax for Taobao

A new site has been released for the shopping enthusiasts worldwide: www.ordersmax.com which is in fact a Taobao agent. Taobao is the name of the largest market of Chinese products, which covers any desired shopping category. Its value is particularly noticed through its Clothing, Shoes, and Accessories categories also largely featured by this fresh release, which are drawing the attention of business owners worldwide.

The long-awaited Taobao intermediate website was structured to show relevant categories – not only based on the nature and utility of products, but also on their popularity. The most popular items appear right on the homepage. Also, there is more detailed information about each product, making OrdersMax stand out from the entire crowd of similar sites. These features (that any Taobao agent would like to boast about) are of great help for brand owners, fashionistas and not only. Business owners should greatly benefit of the Popular Items section of Taobao items, which is a very realistic estimation of what trends and vendors sell better. This is to be used as a precious tool by those who seek to stock on items that truly bring a profit.

There is something for everyone, from ethnic clothing to the latest trend extravaganza. Comprehensive menus keep the items ordered and easy to reach by the visitors. As it can be noticed, functionality was always a priority when designing this Taobao agent site. If one is familiar with the Ebay style categories menu, it will be handy to browse the required sections here as well. It is an extremely well finished system in itself and nothing is there to make it complicated. Internauts can now start enjoying a new professional site that opens the gate to wonderful Chinese manufacturers world, which was otherwise less accessible.

Taobao market gathers a large number of Chinese vendors, all of these to be now accessed through one single site, in English. This diversity boosts attractiveness factor of shopping this way, and makes for a very efficient market. A guarantee of quality is the rating system that shows the reputation of a product – depending on how high it scores, it can be seen whether it has been appreciated or not by Taobao users. This means feedback in a very simple and effective form, and it allows very easy orientation when dealing with too many products.

To access China fashion is free of any complications. As viewers will easily handle the browsing system, something about ordering should be said as well. Each order is handled by the implemented logistics system and, whenever it is necessary, the well trained Taobao agent will be there to assist with additional help. When logged in, users can track the delivery status of their orders. Trustworthy partners ensure that products are being delivered internationally.

Originality of the fashion products is the key in attracting solid clientele. Besides, the quality is to be seen not only through the ratings, but also through the pricing – not the “few bucks” regular Chinese items, but something more valuable, yet still highly affordable to be purchased. Customers are invited to go through the many categories and shop just as they would on any similar online location. This Taobao website substitute was definitely created having the user in mind.

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Wallis Launches New Collection By Print Designer Lollie Dunbar

Wallis, a premium high street women’s clothing brand, has launched a new collection by aspiring print designer Lollie Dunbar. The collection, which features a bespoke print created by the up-and-coming textile designer, first appeared online and in selected stores nationwide on 21 May 2012.

The seven-piece capsule collection features a range of garments for spring and summer. It includes three scarves, two dresses, wide-legged Palazzo trousers and a cropped kimono.

Growing up in a creative household, with an animator father and a dressmaker mother, Lollie Dunbar knew from a young age that she wanted to become a fashion designer. However, it wasn’t until college that she first discovered her love of prints and patterns. From there, she went on to study textile design at the Winchester School of Art. In addition to this latest endeavour with Wallis, she has also collaborated with the World Land Trust and Liberty London after winning a scarf print design competition.

Lollie discussed her inspiration for the collection: “I wanted to create something that was suitable for the Wallis customer, for spring/summer 2012, but also something that would be a reflection of me as a designer.

“My main inspiration for the designs were prints seen on contemporary homeware designs and I felt these would translate beautifully into a scarf collection and the other designs flowed from there.”

In addition to homeware designs, Lollie was also inspired by Egyptian Jewellery, Greek pottery and tribal tattoos. She visited the Pitt Rivers Museum in her hometown of Oxford and used its collection of world archaeology as her muse.

Lollie’s aesthetic also draws from the 1960s, as she admires the styles of Twiggy Lawson and Edie Sedgwick. She enjoys the strong yet feminine look of 60s-era shift dresses, jewellery and makeup.

In regard to the design process for her Wallis collection, Lollie said: “When I first met with the design team at Wallis to discuss the collaboration I was so excited that they very much wanted me to take my own direction.

“I worked from home and so had complete independence on the designs. Throughout the process I would meet with the team to keep them up to date on what I was working on and get their feedback on how the collection was progressing.”

Lollie is currently working on a new collection to add to her growing portfolio and looks forward to doing more projects like the one she’s done for Wallis.

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