If you’re a fashion school student looking for an internship, hit me up!
Danamor runs four month internship cycles. (Feb - May, June - Sept, October - Jan). Applications are due the month prior to the cycle starting.
We’re going to make some fun stuff together!
If You Are:
- Obsessed with clothes, and style yourself in them
- Proficient at sewing, but doesn’t have to be stellar, I’ll train ya
- Queer or an Ally
- Looking to learn more about the fashion businesses/industry
- Have fun ideas for clothes, let’s make them!
And You Want To:
- Cut and sew on my industrial machines
- Working with all kinds of different materials (vinyl, velvet, mesh, spandex, sequins, leather)
- Design one new head-to-toe look for an online drop
Part-time @ 10 hours a week
$22 an hour + item completion bonuses
- Use the studio for your own projects
- Per item completion bonus
- Work your own hours
- Dream up an outfit, get a commission on the sales
- Work for a queer-focused business
- Sewing & material training!
How to apply: Email email@example.com with a fun blurb about yourself.
You can send a resume if you want, but, not necessary. If you’ve made clothes, send me pictures. If you love styling yourself, send those too. Instagram works. I’m open to all types of people! What’s important is that clothing brings you joy.
If you have access to and proficiency on industrial sewing machines (straight stitch, serger, cover stitch), and want extra hours when we do runs, hit me up. I’m building a list and we’ll chat.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the details
Do you like to dress people? Do you get compersion from a friend wearing your clothes? Are you active on the socials? Come work with me!
- Love clothes, and style yourself in them
- Are active on at least one social media channel
- Are Queer or an Ally
- Have fun ideas for clothes, let’s make them!
- Have strong social and sales skills
All sales positions are commission based at 20% under $150 items, 10% above.
For parties and normal staff hours, you are guaranteed a base for that shift.
For appointments, it’s commission only. You also get 25% off your purchases.
The Role + Responsibilities:
Take evening appointments from friends or inbound
Staff occasional night time parties
Work a 3 or 6 hour shift at least once a month
How to apply:
Email email@example.com with a fun blurb about yourself. You can send a resume if you want, but, not necessary. If you’ve made clothes, send me pictures. If you love styling yourself, send those too. Instagram works. I’m open to all types of people! What’s important is that clothing brings you joy and you like dancing.
Artists - Let's Work Together!
At Danamor, we love creative collaboration with artists from all walks of life. Don't see your craft covered here? Please reach out anyway if you feel inspired or have an idea!
Graphic, Laser + 3D Artists
Do you love making prints? Screen prints, repeating prints, painted prints, murals - I love it all. I’m looking to partner with graphic designers to make unique fabrics that celebrate queerness. I’m building relationships with excellent, sustainable printing facilities in the US, and now, I need you! I’m also looking for fun autocad/3d sculptures or laser cuts that can turn into accessories, like earrings, keychains, and jewelry.If you have an idea or an existing graphic that celebrates being queer, hit me up. Let’s make some clothes!I’ll pay an upfront fee (negotiable) of $150-$250 and you’ll get a royalty agreement for 3 years. Fee will depend on production costs and materials.
To date, I’ve been the fit model. I need your help! I’m looking for all genders and body types in Portland, OR. Fit models get a choice of cash $50 for two one hour sessions or the first of the outfit my team designs using your measurements.
To apply, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with Fit Model in the subject line. If you have your measurements, great. At a minimum, I’ll need height, chest/bust, high waist, low waist, thigh, neck and leg outseam/inseam. If you don’t, I’ve got ya.
I love showcasing and featuring other designers! If you’re a local maker and produce joyful, fun, queered festival and dance wear, I want to talk to you! I feature a dozen+ designers in our retail store from all over the US.
I’m very interested in nonbinary designs-outfits that can be worn by all genders. I also love accessories: jewelry, sunglasses, hats, masks, cuffs, shoes, crazy scarves…anything special that makes that night out super fun.
My process for consignment is pretty easy. You touch base via email or one of the social channels. If you’re in Portland, we’ll meet up at our storefront. If not, we can do a video call and chat. We’ll look through your items together (no min or max number, 1 is fine!). We’ll agree on a price point (subject to change based demand if its a new product), sign an agreement, and bam, you are in Danamor! Note, I don’t take everything and if I don’t, I’ll give honest feedback on why.
I charge 30% consignment fee for items under ~$150, and 25% over ~$150. Contract runs for 120 days, but, if you want to end early, no problem. I’ll need a weeks notice to pull the inventory/close out sales.
Why 30%? I have to pay for shelf space, credit card processing fees, website and sales commissions. Consignment is normally 40-50%, I want to pass as much of the sales back to you!
Do you dream up and make festival garments for yourself? I might be interested in producing them! All genders and body types welcome. You’ll need a base set of patterns to start, if they are not graded, no problem, I’ll convert them into digital files, and grade them. You should have an idea of fabrics and accessories too, let’s not start from scratch.My process for working with outside designers is pretty easy. You touch base via email@example.com an image and description (what is it, what is it made from, what was your inspo?). You can send design files over in the first email too. All files sent to me are expressly your designs, I don’t copy without permission. If I think I can produce it, I’ll send over a design agreement with IP protections for both of us.
If you’re in Portland, we’ll meet up at our storefront. If not, we can do a video call and chat.
The agreement is three years, you’ll assign a nonexclusive right to use the design. When I sell the finished garment, you’ll make a 5% royalty check, cut every quarter. You just sit back and collect!
I’m a smaller shop—my ability to purchase large wholesale orders is limited. My ideal wholesaler offers a 25-35% margin, on orders under $1000. But, if it sells well, I’ll be a repeat buyer!