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CLOTHING LABELS 4U. COM

CLOTHING LABELS 4U. COM

       1746 E. Silver Star Road, #200 Map
       Ocoee FL
       Lisa Rosenberg       e-mail
       407 656 5534
High quality woven labels, Clear TPU labels, hangtags, thermal printed labels, care labels, size tabs, heat transfers, embroidered patches, iron on & adhesive wovenÕ s, custom work. Cater to apparel, home, bag, foot & accessory markets. Email us for a set of Free samples.

Minimums:150 wovens


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APPAREL INDUSTRY SOURCEBOOK

From fabrics to trims, swatches to yarns, print studios to dyers, buttons to notions and more, domestic and import, listing markets they cater to, production minimums, price points, products, and more...

Fabric

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Trims

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Services

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Could Strategic Fit be the Answer to Some of Our Sourcing Problems?

In the global fashion industry we hear so much, are taught so much and publish so much about strategic sourcing.

Additionally we discuss strategic pricing, strategic marketing, strategic buying, strategic planning and even strategic supply chain management. In 30 years of garment industry work, I have heard all these expressions countless times, and particularly more so in the last five to 10 years.

In all of this strategizing, we have created a cycle of fashion that is fast, price-driven, habit-forming and wasteful. We know this. That was our strategy—to speed it all up. And if we were to slow down, well, where in today’s computer-aided fashion production world that is sourcing, buying and planning so strategically would we slow down?

We have perfected the cycle with so many digital steps that just going slower doesn’t make sense. There is nothing strategic behind that. So, where, how and in what part of the cycle could we slow down? Well here’s a thought: How about we slow down in the fitting? In all this talk about strategy, why aren’t we talking about strategic fitting? We have an increasing number of consumers not finding clothing that fits. And what is the strategy behind that?

Apparel Production American Edition

An up-to-date resource committed to solving your production sourcing and contracting needs in the Americas.

Up-to-date and easy to use website solving your production sourcing and contracting needs. Apparel contractors and production services. Categorized by clothing classifications. Listings include: product types, package capabilities, specialty areas, machinery, production minimums, sample rooms, markets. And more....

Brand Name Apparel Manufacturers and Importers

The up-to-date and easy-to-use directory listing brand-name labels and manufacturers in the women's, men's, children's and accessory markets.

Developed and targeted for store and catalogue buyers, so that they can shop the apparel and accessory markets easily. Over 1,8000 brand-name labels are listed and broken down by all types of apparel classifications. Listings include: Contact information, types of retailers they sell to, key company contacts, showroom locations, price points, and more....

SUSTAINABILITY LIES

An excerpt from The Birnbaum Report/Strategic Sourcing for Garment Importers.

You Waste 1.3 Billion Tons of Fabric. What are you Doing About It? 1 1.3 billion is indeed a very large number. I just want to put this in perspective: 150gr: Assume for a moment this is the weight of an average meter of fabric; 6667m: = Total number of meters per metric ton (1 ton = 1000kg); 8.67 Trillion = Number of meters wasted; 1216: =Average number of meters wasted by every person on the planet 2m Assumed average consumption per garment; 4.3 trillion = Number of garments wasted annually; 608 = Average number of garments wasted by every person on the planet. @$1 per meter, total fabric wasted = $867 billion = 50% of total U.S. GDP @$5 per garment, total garments wasted = $21.7 trillion = 129% of total U.S. GDP

CONSULTING by FASHIONDEX

GLADYS WILLIAMS

35+ years of Apparel, Accessory and Jewelry Design, Sales and Marketing experience Starting a Fashion Biz, Sales, Marketing, Materials Sourcing, Jewelry Design, Trade Show Success.

DAVID BIRNBAUM

40+ years of International Apparel Production experience Strategic Sourcing, Production, Importing, Exporting, Global Supply Chain Implementation.

ANDREA KENNEDY

30+ years of Apparel Design and Product Development Experience Starting a Fashion Biz, Design, Patternmaking, Product Development, Strategic Sourcing, Spec/Tech Packages.

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GLOSSARY

GLOSSARY OF FREQUENTLY-USED TEXTILE, MANUFACTURING, DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION, AND COMMERCIAL SHIPPING TERMS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY.

SOURCING A,B,C'S

YOU HAVE AN IDEA FOR A NEW GARMENT, APPAREL CONCEPT, CLOTHING LINE OR PRODUCT THAT DOESN’T EXIST AT RETAIL.