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Okita was introduced to the world by founder David Panton. Prior, to his introduction he had worked in advertising with big brand names as a creative director. It was there where he realised that the products that are marketed as being attractive and sexy attract a lot of women but very few men. It was then that he decided to develop a line of clothing for women specifically targeting those looking for something a little bit edgy and sexy. So in essence Onlyfans was a clothing line aimed at women seeking out the sort of styles that men like.

What was then surprising was that David Panton chose to launch the product as a way of allowing Onlyfans members to promote the show and build up a following. This meant that the product was not only exclusive for fans of the show but cross promoted with other brands and companies to make maximum exposure. In fact it was this cross branding that attracted millions of dollars in funding for the company and helped it become one of the biggest success stories in the history of the clothing industry.

The success of the product was based in part on the design of the product. The design was such that it was appealing to both men and women. It incorporated the colours of red and green into the mix of the product. The team at Onlyfans also incorporated the idea of combining high performance with a design that was not overly cutesy or sexual. What this meant was that the product had appeal for both sexes and was seen as a unique fashion statement for both genders.

The success of the product meant that it was soon replicated by other brands. Branded clothing lines saw the opportunity to take an already successful product and extend it. This then opened up the floodgates for more companies to jump into the niche and fill the gap left by Okita and Only fans. As the demand for the brand grew, it became harder for the company to keep up with the demand and so they eventually had to introduce new lines of products. The problem was that not all of their new collection were successful and so they had to make a number of changes to their product line to ensure they could continue to produce the same results while producing more products.

Inevitably, it meant that the company had to expand their product range again and this time extend it into areas they hadn’t touched before. It also means that the fan base has expanded significantly since the original Okita Onlyfans only reached a target audience of girls. Today, the Okita brand is used by boys, girls and men of all ages. It means that the company has really popularised a lifestyle product and this has made it one of the biggest success stories for a clothing line in recent years.