Apparel Search Guide to the Fashion Industry
You have discovered where the world of fashion begins. 
Follow the links below to continue on your fashionable adventure.

Apparel Link

Associations

Buying Groups

Calendar

Care Labels

Classifieds

Close Out

Consulting

Consumers

Conversion Charts

Customs

Design Studio

Education

Employment

Fashion

Financial

Glossary

Jobber

Licensing

Manufacturer

Merchandising

Merchandise Marts

Modeling

News

Pattern Maker

Popular Brands

Production

Quality Testing

Recycle

Retailer

Shipping

Technology

Textiles

Trade Shows

Trade Leads

Warehouse

Wholesale

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Fashion is more than simply a designer's whim. Our industry has many complexities.  Taking a textile fiber and moving it along it's path so that it ultimately arrives as a finished garment in a consumers wardrobe is not a simple task.  Apparel Search is here to guide members of the apparel industry with the product development process and beyond.

Our fashion directory is designed to assist the apparel industry with learning more about the design, production, and sale of clothing, accessories, footwear, and textiles.  Whether you are investigating cotton fiber or simply searching for a clothing store, Apparel Search is the best fashion industry guide to help you conduct your research.

Visit the second page of our fashion directory for more resources.

Fashion Network

Fashion News 

Fashion Jobs 

Fashion Blogs

Clothes Shopping

Fashion Designers

Fashion Celebrities

what's new – what's happening – what's next

Trendy resources:

Fashion Trends Guide

Fashion Designers by Name

Fashion Blog

Consumer Guide:

Amazon Clothing

Fashion Auctions

Alphabetical Shopping

Shoe Shopper

Consumer Fashion

Industry resources:

Fashion Industry Network

Fashion Industry Calendar

Fashion Job Search

Fashion Week Directory

Apparel Search supports the fashion industry which includes textile and apparel brands, clothing retailers, manufacturers & importers, wholesaler distributors and every other company that is part of the product development process.

Fashion has changed over the years, long dresses, miniskirts, and bell bottoms are examples of clothing that come in and out of style from time to time. Clothing fashions that most often stay in style are known as classics. Khaki pants, polo shirts, jeans, little black dresses, sneakers, and t-shirts are all examples of classics.  Regardless of clothing being the latest trend from an international emerging fashion designer or a basic item that has been in the market for numerous years, the process to bring the garment to market is complex.  Our industry has many product development steps that need to be followed.  The goal of the Apparel Search directory is to help the fashion industry find the resources required for the design, manufacturing, and retailing of clothes, shoes, handbags, and other fashion accessories.
For those of you that work in the garment or textile industry, welcome home