Fashion Assembly Launches First Industrial Space Solutions


( ENSPIRE Community Spotlight ) The LA Arts District for Minority Beauty and Fashion Brands Gets An Opportunity to Grow and Resources

ENSPIRE Contributor: Megan Holder

Fashion Assembly announces the debut of a high-quality industrial solution for minority-owned beauty and fashion e-commerce businesses looking for office space. Fashion Assembly is a member’s only facility at the heart of the LA Art District. At a time of increased entrepreneurship in the fashion and beauty industry, this is the perfect option. It’s a premiere warehouse, office, and workspace providing an ideal blend of adaptable office space, community involvement, and logistics assistance explicitly designed for BIPOC beauty and fashion brands. This is a win/win situation for early-stage and established businesses in the LA Arts District.

In response to the increasing demand for emerging minority beauty and fashion e-commerce businesses, Fashion Assembly offers short-term agreements for spaces ranging from 100 to 2,500 square feet. The warehouse space can be storage for products. The office space for collaboration, meetings, or a temporary physical location. Also, a workspace that offers additional opportunities for business branding and growth. Fashion Assembly is a game changer. It is like a business incubator program for beauty and fashion brands.

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Co- Founder/ Creative Director Anje Collins

The Founders of Fashion Assembly, Brian Pearson, a Franchise Development Broker, and Anje Collins, a former celebrity entertainment publicist, collaborated to launch Coco Blue Shoes, a successful shoe brand in Los Angeles, during the pandemic. Having experienced the challenges that stem from running an e-commerce business from home, they understand the difficulties of growing an e-commerce business first-hand.

“Our goal is to help our members grow their businesses and reach their ideal customers all over the world by providing them with the operational resources and knowledge they need,” Fashion Assembly Co-Founder and CEO Brian Pearson said. Furthermore, he added, “There is strength in numbers. As a result, Fashion Assembly gives our members the space and support they require to compete with the big boys.”

Co Founder/ CEO Brian E. Pearson

According to Anje Collins, Co-Founder and Creative Director, “There are many challenges when launching a brand created by a person of color.” “We started in our living room, storage unit, and two industrial locations and outgrew them all, so I understand how difficult and expensive it can be to run an e-commerce business.”

All memberships are month-to-month and include amenities such as high-speed internet, reception services, community events, shared common spaces for members to socialize and network, and growth support. Members also have access to direct-to-consumer business necessities such as grade-level doors, enterprise-level equipment, shipping, and receiving.

About Fashion Assembly:

Fashion Assembly provides solutions to some of the most critical challenges that minority e-commerce entrepreneurs face when starting, growing, and scaling their businesses. These challenges include finding flexible and intelligently designed warehouse space and office suites, as well as on-demand services such as our public relations, marketing, and accounting teams, fulfillment, and even photography studios and showrooms. For more information, please visit our website at

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