Textile Color and Apparel Sales

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Textile Color and Apparel Sales

You may find yourself heading for the reds or blacks in your closet when you’re feeling confident and courageous. But on sad, gloomy days, your hand may automatically reach out the browns and blues.

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5 Tips for Simplifying Swimwear Manufacturing

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5 Tips for Simplifying Swimwear Manufacturing

The one clothing category that comes to mind when we think of summer is swimwear. With domestic sports and swimwear revenue at $12.881 billion, the sports and swimwear industry is expected to grow annually by 3.8 percent (CAGR 2018-2021) across the country.

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Garment Production 101: What Are Lab Dips And Why Are They Important?

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Garment Production 101: What Are Lab Dips And Why Are They Important?

A lab dip is a dyed fabric sample made to meet the color standards of a designer.

It is generally developed by a dye house or a color lab.

The purpose of a lab dip is to give a designer an idea of what the fabric color will look like for manufacturing.

That is why a designer’s approval is necessary before bulk manufacturing takes place.

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Is Your Fashion Brand Ready for Manufacturing?

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Is Your Fashion Brand Ready for Manufacturing?

Launching a fashion brand is tricky business. Many emerging designers have creative ideas, but they often struggle to transform those ideas into reality.

If you’re an emerging designer looking to launch a product, here are some signs that indicate whether your brand is ready for manufacturing or not:

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The Difference Between Screen Printing And Digital Printing

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The Difference Between Screen Printing And Digital Printing

In the past decade, the manufacturing industry has undergone a major transformation, which includes the adoption of newer printing techniques.

Although techniques like screen printing are still widely used, the latest printing techniques, such as digital printing may prove to be better, in some cases.

Here is everything you need to know about the two printing techniques:

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