Frequently Asked Questions


What information do we need to supply to use you as our clothing manufacturer?

We need a little bit of information to ensure we can establish whether or not we are right for your project. We therefore ask you supply us with the following information:

● Your brand and vision
● Designs, tech-packs, mock-ups or any form of specification so we can understand the specific nature of exactly what you require
● Whether you’re a clothing brand, merchandising company, or agency and whether you’ve been trading, or have ever manufactured before
● Details like fabric, knitting or weaving style, along with logo and label design/ pattern
● Your expected order volume

What is your MOQ?

The MOQ’s on orders are dependent on the complexity of the designs, fabric requirements and garment finishing requirements. Our MOQs start as low as 25pcs per style and colour and around 100pcs per style and colour both of which can be split up of different sizes.

What makes you different to other clothing suppliers?

Beyond the fact we offer some of the most competitive MOQs, turnaround times and a comprehensive white label clothing service, we're also different because we say no a lot.

We know our capabilities; both in execution of a specification and workload at a given time. Just as you will speak to and assess viability of different clothing manufacturers offerings, we also do the same – we want to build long-lasting relationships with brands whose vision aligns with ours. We want to support brand owners who are looking to compete with the very best; create the very best and bring something new and unique to a competitive market.

Learn more about this on the About Us Page . It’s this mentality that has driven a great company culture between us and our clients, allowed us to be named the leading clothing manufacturer in the UK multiple times and build a reputable name in this industry.

Do you offer private label clothing services?

Yes, we partner with the best clothing manufacturers across the world to provide all types of OEM services to our clients.  We handle mass production for hundreds of male, female and unisex brands operating in a range of sectors; from streetwear, through to athleisure and everything in between.

What garments do you specialise in?

As one of the leading bespoke clothing manufacturers in the UK, we are able to produce all kinds of highest-quality garments for the modern fashion brand.  

We work with sportswear and fashion brands; startups to small businesses, etc. and the large multi-national fashion houses and names in many different sectors.

Our most popular styles are;
● T-Shirts
● Hoodies and Joggers – including tracksuits
● Denim (jeans, jackets and denim dresses)
● Jackets – padded and non-padded like windbreakers, bomber jackets and so on.
● Dresses
● Sportswear – leggings, sports bras, performance tops, ¼ zips and many more styles
● Underwear such as boxer briefs and lingerie
● Nightwear – including silk pajamas
● Headwear such as caps and beanies

All of the above are some of our more popular styles, but we aren’t limited to these. Whatever your requirements are, feel free to get in touch.

Can you deliver outside the UK?

Yes, although we are a custom clothing manufacturer based in London, UK, we can ship internationally – both from the UK and/ or the country of origin.

Will my original designs be protected?

Yes. When you share your designs, blueprints, and other product specifications, we will treat them with the utmost confidentiality. We make sure that your designs are not duplicated or shared with any third party. We can also sign an NDA that promises not to release any information relating to your product designs.


How long does it take to develop a sample and why are these more expensive than production units?

Sample turnaround times depend on a few things. First and foremost, it’s which service you’re using;

1. White Label samples take on average 7-10 working days to produce  
2. Bespoke samples can take anywhere from 15-30 working days + shipping depending on a variety of design details, the country of origin and how much preparation is required from us in terms of vectorising artwork, creating patterns and so on.  

Please note, all of the above timelines will vary dependent on each projects requirements are exclusive of public holidays in both the UK and/ or Country of Origin.

The cost of samples is slightly higher than that of a production piece because the expensive and length cost of setup can only be divided into the single unit. Being the white label clothing manufacturer in the UK for startups and small businesses, our samples on this service are cheaper than the average fee charged by bespoke OEM clothing manufacturers.

This usually sits around the £35 + VAT mark.  This price, however, can increase to around £100 + VAT for bespoke sample pieces.  

Please note – the above prices are subject to styles, fabrics and customisation options and may vary.

How much does it cost to use you as our clothing supplier?

Similarly to most clothing manufacturers, our fees are not fixed per service - the cost you pay per unit will entirely depend on a range of factors; from raw materials, through to customisation options and shipping.

We'd need to understand more about your specification in order to quote the project.