Do you handle my product category?

Yes, we probably do! We handle pretty much every product category ranging from Men’s and Women’s tailored and soft wovens to activewear, athleisure, t-shirts, lingerie, swimwear and childrenswear. We also handle various accessories including socks, tights, bags and scarves.

I am a newbie and have an idea. How can we start working together?

It’s difficult to summarize the intricacies of how our amazingly complex industry works, however, we typically have a 15-minute introductory call, and then, after we determine that we are mutually a good match, we offer a 30-minute complimentary consultation with Jamie to review product, designs and general ideas about your company. After that, we enter the Request for Proposal (RFP) phase outlining your project. Upon receipt of your RFP, we submit a Scope of Work (SOW) which will detail the overall budget and deliverables. Once we reach a mutual agreement, we commence into contract phase. Upon contract signing, we schedule the official jump-off of your brand!

Can you sign my NDA before moving forward?

Yes, of course! We understand and respect intellectual property rights and will sign any requisite documents before you send your designs or line sheets through to our team.

What happens at the jump-off meeting?

We roundtable with you, our designer and tech team to start the building process. You will hand off all ideas, concepts, and original samples so we can start to assemble your line. At that point, we establish the fabric and trim sourcing strategy as well as commence with the tech pack build.

What do you need in order to manufacture my clothing if I have already handled all tech packs and sampling?

In general terms, we will need production approved patterns and samples, final production markers and all necessary fabric, trim and packaging components. Prior to any production cutting and sewing, we will require that a sample is executed by the nominated factory in each style for your review. Upon your approval, the factory will require a deposit and then final balance settlement prior to the shipment of the completed order.