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Eco-Friendly Clothing Labels Changing the Fashion Industry

Embracing sustainable fashion practices is pivotal for the future of the industry. Leading Eco-friendly clothing labels prioritize sustainable materials, ethical production processes, and conscious consumption. By incorporating innovative techniques like up-cycling and utilizing organic fabrics, these brands are redefining the essence of fashion. Continue reading

The Importance Of Using Multiple Labels On One Garment

Using multiple clothing labels can serve a functional purpose. Different labels may cater to different market segments or demographics, allowing designers to reach a more diverse audience. For instance, one label could be targeted towards high-end luxury buyers, while another could be tailored for a more affordable market. Continue reading

Not All Woven Labels Are Created Equal

If you own a clothing line and sell clothes you design, you must know how much every little detail matters to the customers and what role it plays in enhancing the quality of your product. One such small detail is … Continue reading

Textile & Fashion Expressions – Demystified

As with any industry, there is plenty of terminology to understand. Fashion terms aren’t just fancy jargon that designers use to show off. Knowing the meaning of the most common words used in the industry will help you have a better mastery of your subject matter and better communicate with fashion buyers, garment producers, and industry partners. Continue reading

Spot UV Coating on Custom Clothing Hangtags

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Your business card says a lot about you and your business. It is one of the first things that a prospective client sees. Think of a custom clothing hangtag as the business card for your clothing or accessory design. With … Continue reading

What’s the difference between a woven label and a printed clothing label?

We are asked this question quite often. Woven labels are produced on a loom. Your logo/wording is woven into the piece of material. A printed label is different because your logo/wording is printed on top of the material rather than … Continue reading

Hot Trend in Clothing and Apparel Labels: Hem Tags

The hot new trend in clothing labels are hem tags. Hem labels and tags are placed on the outside of a clothing item rather than sewn into a seam in the back neckline. They are usually folded. They can be placed at the bottom of the shirt, on the back, and on the lower end of the t-shirt sleeve. Continue reading

The Biggest Mistake A Designer Can Make

If after putting all your energy and creativity into your newfound fashion line, you still don’t receive the response you anticipated, then you have to consider that there is something wrong with the way you are pitching it. What’s missing? Continue reading

Do you Shine?

We want to recognize an individual or group that is extending aid to those in need either through their community or worldwide channels. Nominate yourself, a worthy group or individual that you feel makes a positive contribution with clothing, blankets, toys, shoes, hats or any type of soft good. Winners will be given 1000 damask woven labels to put on their products. Continue reading

How to start a Clothing Line from Scratch

One of the most popular businesses is starting your own clothing line. However, this entails much more than knowing how to design clothes. You need to have an understanding of how businesses work, how they’re marketed and what materials you’ll need in order to sell them. Continue reading