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Fashion Design

If you're not a fashion designer, you need one.

Our inhouse fashion designers are reknown in their fields.

At Grading Fashion LLC, we get several requests per day from new fashion entrepreneurs who want us to make them a garment that "looks like this." And it just doesn't work that way.

If you're not a fashion industry professional, it's easy to fall into the trap of underestimating the complexity of making something as simple as one t-shirt or pair of jeans.

When you bypass a designer and ask a machine operator to make a piece that "looks like this," 9 times out of 10, you get a garment that doesn't look anything like that. Here's why.

First of all, no two fabrics are the same. And your fabric may already have been washed. There are 37 different types of sewing stitches. Each stitch reacts to the fabric and body movement differently. Some stitches feel heavy and supportive while others feel light and loose. A machine operator can only produce what he sees. He will not be able to produce what you see.

A designer can understand your vision and what you see in a garment. Then he can interpret your vision using different fabrics and assembly methods that deliver what you're looking for.

Unless you have the exact specs for a garment, you need a designer to reverse engineer it.

So avoid the "persimon mistake." You can show a child an orange telling him to bring you an orange, "it looks like this."

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