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Fashion Stake for Young Designers

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If you're a budding fashion designer, you might be interested to know about new website Fashion Stake. Founded as an investment platform, it's recently morphed into a crowdsourcing/retail site. The Cut reports: "Roughly every day, a new set of three items by three different designers is put to the public for a vote on what they think will be the most popular in the store. The item with the most votes lands in the "crowd favorites" section of the site. All designers chosen to participate in voting, even if they don't win the most votes, get to put their items up for sale on the Fashion Stake (all items must be approved)." [The Cut]