8 IMPRESSIVE BUSINESS CARD TEMPLATES FOR FASHIONISTAS

By definition, looks are everything to a fashionista. So designing a business card for everyone in the fashion industry is a daunting challenge

Your design should be trendy and extremely stylish with elegance and simplicity in keeping with the theme you are working on… and above all, avoid doing things that make it more dreary and boring.

Here we present 8 models that we think are perfect in every way. If you have seen other designs that have made a big impression on you, please share the link in the comments section below.

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Vintage is in Boutique

Illustrateur, a design agency in Canada, leader of Christine Roy, has created a stunning business card for Vintage is in Boutique - an innovative retailer of vintage fashions on Etsy. The combination of lime green and pink really stands out, with the quirky font and rustic hanger shape conveying the essentials of a classic brand with a forward-looking vision hybrid.

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Emily Wong

Hong Kong  designer Jason Kwan created this business card for fashion designer and makeup artist Emily Wong. The use of “black and black” – a card weighing 360 grams in matte black delicately decorated with contrasting black text – was chosen to “wrap her identity under a veil of mystery.” – Kwan confided. To make sure it wasn't so mysterious that people couldn't read the details, he used a stencil typeface for a clearer feel: Vacant by Reserves mint.

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Matilda Jane

Founded by creative artist and designer Denise DeMarchis in 2005 and aimed at girls, children and women. Matilda Jane announced her slogan as "an unpredictable clothing company". And this unusual business card must have been created internally. To characterize the hand embroidery, it is printed onto brown paper from French Paper Co. with embossed pantone ink.

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Mien Kielo

Mien Kielo is a fashion designer from New York City who specializes in creating clean lines and timeless elegance. And this incredibly minimalistic and stunning business card echoes the aesthetic perfectly. Designed by Dan West and Jackie Menth of digital agency Westwerk in Minneapolis. It is a testament to the trend of "less is more".

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Andreia Carmo

Andreia Carmo is a young Portuguese fashion designer known for her neutral and balanced designs. This business card template created for her by Porto designer Lara Gil strikes a balance between tranquil elegance and nature. It was printed on Arjowiggins Italia paper using Conf Curious Metallics Ferro ink.

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Condé Naste College of Fashion and Design

Opened in 2013, the Condé Nast College of Fashion and Design is an educational institute started by the publisher of Vogue with the goal of preparing a new generation for a career in the booming fashion industry in the United States. These immaculately sleek and stylish business cards for college were designed by London design agency Together.

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Sawa Takai

No, your display is wrong. These are essentially the front and back designs for a business card. It was made for Sawa Takai, a pair of Japanese designer sisters working in New York.

The work of Agent Otua Co. Ltd. of Japan was inspired by the idea of fashion brands sewn inside suits with a single seam. This unique design, which is becoming more prominent in anyone's business card collection, has given Otua Co. Ltd. Wood Pencil Award in 2016 D&AD Awards Ceremony.

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Francina Models

Founded in Barcelona in 1983, Francina Models is one of the oldest agents. Over recent years it has begun to diversify, conducting a search for new talent and representing various types of fashion profiles. This diversity is captured in business cards created by the Mucho studio in California. They combine youthful enthusiasm through random brush strokes with vintage prints to create a balanced and gorgeous design that packs a lot of information but doesn't make us feel uncomfortable and stuffy in it.