Cala promises to help emerging designers and influencers set up their own supply chains by connecting them with a global network of manufacturers. The goal: bring their designs to market before fast fashion can rip them off. Cala promises to help emerging designers and influencers set up their own supply chains by connecting them with a global network of manufacturers. The goal: bring their designs to market before fast fashion can rip them off. NEW YORK, United States — Andrew Wyatt, founder of fashion supply chain platform Cala, is accepting applications to be the next Kylie Jenner. Cala pairs fashion brands with manufacturers around the world, providing an online platform for both parties to manage the garment supply chain, from producing samples to financing and fulfillment. Wyatt said he’s targeting his service at the “bleeding edge” of fashion, including emerging designers and influencers who have creative vision (or at least a Kardashian/Jenner’s merchandising ambitions) but not the connections to quickly get an apparel line into production. Early clients include the avant-garde brand Vaquera, rapper A$AP Ferg and the model Jazzelle Zanaughtti (@uglyworldwide on Instagra...