THIS IS HOW IT WORKS1.DESIGN AND DISCUSS
Your product needs to be desirable, which means it needs to have a target market and selling point. We will help you have a solid understanding of the industry, trends and target markets. From our products category Here, you can select the style you were interested, simply leave your message under the products.
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Price point is an important decision to make when developing your product line and another reason why market research and planning is needed. Whatis your target price point? Will you need to make any changes to the design/material in order to get close to your target price point? And, how will you compete with others in the market are all important questions to figure out. This way, we can set up a sampling and a manufacturing plan.
Our sourcing team can help you find any materials you might be looking for or suggest options for an idea you might already have that fit your price point and minimums. We are experts in sourcing and can do our best to find what you are looking for with reliable & ethical suppliers that we have already established strong relationships with We begin by sketching and then moving on to technical drawings or techpacks. The drawings will include include exact measurements, bag look, functional parts, material selection, hardware selection, fabric selection and any other relevant details to be included in the design.Depending on the size of your collection it is always good to have more sketches than what you think you’ll move forward with in production. Most emerging designers start with about 510 sketches and adjust it from there. You will most likely cancel styles once they reach prototype and sample stage.
Sampling is done after the designer submits corrections from the prototype andany changes that need to be made before samples are completed with actual leather and materials of your choice. We recommended that you have all your changes finalized before this stage so that when buyers view the samples, they see exactly what will be going into production. When you show a sample that still needs adjustment, the buyer may not be able to visualize what the final style will look like and therefore may not order it. This is the most critical stage before your production begins.
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