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If you are considering creating your own clothing brand, there are a variety of different elements you’ll have to consider. As well as the actual garments themselves, you need to consider some of the smaller details, such as the labels you’ll be putting on them. There are many different reasons why clothing labels are a recommended addition for any clothing line, and here you can find out the basics about creating your own clothing label.
If you are thinking of starting your own clothing brand, you may already be aware that there are so many things you’ve got to think of, and it requires lots of hard work, especially at the beginning. Luckily, however, there are ways you can set yourself up for success while keeping your business effective and manageable. Here are 5 steps to creating a successful clothing brand.
The rise in ethical clothing manufacturing while increasing each day, is still relatively uncharted area. ‘Ethical and Sustainable Production’ is not just a tagline for advertisement but an ongoing and pressing need. It is the social responsibility of both, manufacturers and consumers to keep a check and stay aware of how the clothing business is being run.
Athleisure provides a unique comfort and expression like no other fashion movement, creating the perfect fusion between two things which we love. As well as it’s style points athleisure is practical, as it is still created to help you through a daily workout or weekend half-marathon, after you wear it shopping on a Thursday night. The versatility is something that us humans, with our forever manic and changing lives, crave.
With fast fashion and the ever-changing trends within the fashion industry these days, we really owe it to the environment to stop every now and then to consider exactly what the impacts of our consumerist culture are for our planet. It’s easy to say that we need to reduce waste, encourage recycling, and promote these various other methods to ‘save’ the planet, but where do we really start?
Where did that stunning pink that you’ve got in your closet come from? How do your food, candies and drinks get that particular hue of red? Click to find out more about the centuries-old method used to get all those shades of pink, red, and purple!
What is the impact of the contents of your closet on the environment? Which qualities and industry standards should you prioritise when selecting fabrics for your own clothing line? From orange and pineapple fibre to recycled polyester, there is so much variety when it comes to choosing the perfect fabric for you.
Donating clothes to charity isn't always the best way to get rid of unwanted clothes. Be creative when it comes to recycling and repurposing your old fabrics - from in-store recycle bins to making shopping bags, there is so much more you can do!
What are your best used practices to become more sustainable in the manufacturing industry? The digital textile printing industry and sustainable sourcing are just some of the ways paving the path towards a greener future.