My Product Development Process! | from a slow fashion brand

My Product Development Process! | from a slow fashion brand


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18 thoughts on “My Product Development Process! | from a slow fashion brand

  1. Suzan Nabukwasi says:

    Very true Natália. Sometimes the design that really looks good on paper or in our minds does not turn out as expected. You have to be a little open minded and make a few adjustments. Honestly such pieces turn out to do really well.

  2. Dana Martin says:

    I think you are absolutely wonderful and talented. Instead of working for someone else, you are making your own brand, designs and your own company. You are so inspirational to other women who want to step out on their own and make their own way in this world.

  3. Creative Momma of 3 says:

    I have a heat press and I have never placed the shirt on the heat press that way. I think you ended up stretching the top out doing it that way. esp since the top was so small. I just lay the top flat with the neck on top. It also makes it easier to place the iron on straight and in the middle.

  4. Catias Frezza says:

    I would pay special attention to the details that can be done when the product is made by hand. There may even be signs of hand-making, something that is not visible in mass products. Maybe the name of the user for whom the product is made or some special pocket, etc. One challenge is to design the product, another challenge is to design the manufacturing process of the product.

  5. Madeline Grudens says:

    I have a heat press and it's so heavy it took two huge guys to bring it down to my basement… That being said I did a lot of sublimation on it and that was a lot of fun … you can make so many interesting things with your artwork and then just transfer it onto the clothing. You can do some interesting hem details or all over artwork. And if you can't do the artwork you can always buy some graphics from different places and just make your own stuff up in Photoshop. I made a jacket once and I sublimated these really subtle butterflies all over it so it looked like it was tattooed on and that was one of my most popular styles. I'm excited for all the fun things you're going to make because that means we'll have plenty of interesting and creative content! The top is really cute and I love your logo it's very classy! Have fun!

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