On this page we would like to give thanks, and credit, to all who have supported the creation of Les Sublimes. The development of our brand would not have been possible without the contribution of many talented individuals, nor without the use of several innovative online resources.
We hope that in sharing our list of go-to people, programs and websites, you can also find the courage to turn your dream project into a reality.
Louise Kragh is an incredibly talented and experienced fashion photographer based out of London. Were are very lucky to have worked with Louise to shoot our Spring 2016 campaign and Lookbook. We highly recommend her to other brands looking to hire a world-class photographer that will bring their vision and products to life.
Dan Delgado is a highly respected and sought-after makeup artist based in London. Having worked with several of the biggest faces in the beauty and fashion industry, Dan now also shares his skills and talents as a teacher to young industry hopefuls. We couldn't have achieved our natural, glowing hair and makeup looks without his effortless touch. Dan is available for hair and makeup in London and on location.
A commerce platform that allows anyone to sell via their own easy-to-setup online shop or at a retail location.
A website builder and platform for creating beautiful, simple websites. We especially recommend them for designing a single-page preview site for your project pre-launch.
Icons thanks to Rineesh, Pasquale Ottaiano, Sergey Demushkin, Y. Alanis, A.M. Briganti, H. Dettmann, S. Demushkin, iconsmind.com, L. Prado, R. Sun, K. Wright, Johan H. W. Basberg, Lorena Salagre, Natapon Chantabutr, artworkbean, Annie Lin, Ryo Staon
Offers over 150,000 free to download icons created by graphic designers all around the world.
Thanks to Canva everyone can now be their own graphic designer. Free and super easy to use, we use it for creating social media images, infographics, ads and much more.
Over 10,000 downloadable unique fonts. Most are free (read carefully about the right related to each font!).
A user-friendly logo generator that instantly creates tons of super cute designs based on your company name and a selection of keywords.
GIMP is a free equivalent to Adobe Photoshop that can be downloaded easily from their website.
For teaching us the basics of website coding and for making it is so much easier to understand than we ever expected.
A series of 20 lectures originally given at Stanford University and now available to the public. They are hosted by several of the top start-up entrepreneurs in the world today and cover a variety of helpful topics.