Conceptualisation: The designer starts by conceptualising the garment they want to create. They consider the occasion, the style, the silhouette, the colour palette, and the target audience.

Sketching: The designer then sketches the garment, taking into account the conceptualisation. They consider the proportions, the details, and the overall look and feel of the garment.

Tech Pack Creation: Once the designer has the sketch, they create a tech pack. The tech pack includes technical drawings of the garment, details about measurements, construction methods, and materials. The tech pack serves as a blueprint for the garment’s production.

Fabric Selection: The designer selects the fabric for the garment based on the tech pack. The fabric choice depends on the style, the function of the garment, and the budget.

Pattern Making: The pattern maker takes the tech pack and creates a pattern for the garment. They use the pattern to cut the fabric.

Garment Construction: Our factory uses the pattern to construct the garment. They sew the fabric together, add any embellishments or details, and finish the garment.

Final Touches: Once the garment is fitted, the factory adds any final touches such as buttons, zippers, or trims.

Delivery: The final garment is delivered to the client, who can now enjoy wearing their bespoke garment.

Overall, the process of designing a bespoke garment involves a lot of collaboration between the designer, pattern maker, factory, and client. Each step requires attention to detail and precision to ensure the final garment meets the client’s expectations.