|New Zealand Fashion Industry Directory: Apparel, Fashion & Textiles Industry Directory|
7 Orcas Software Limited: Style is a business system designed specifically for apparel. It facilitates the creation and processing of sales orders, purchase orders and stock control. Added to its base system, Style includes higher level processes such as price calculations, sales order planning, finished and raw goods requirements planning, reporting and analysis tools and critical path management. Style is configurable. Multiple companies, warehouses, languages, currencies and documentation formats are possible. Many of the default processing rules can easily be amended to suit changing business situations.Address: 36 Riddlers Crescent, Petone, Wellington, New Zealand Phone: +64 4 5667897 E-mail: email@example.com Contact: John Stewart
Apparel Master: uniform rentals
Armstrong-White Automation: (Prosail) [New Zealand] they design and build accurate, affordable flat bed single or low layer Plotters, Plotter Cutters and digitizers for the Fabric and Textile industries. All their machines are sold complete with Nesting and machine control software and either PanelMaker, a 2D pattern design program or ProSail, sail design software. other modules include Tent design, Hypar/Pagoda design and more. Address: 2 Kereru Grove, Greenhithe, North Shore City, Auckland, 0632 New Zealand Phone: +64 9 4137642 Fax: +64 9 4137643 firstname.lastname@example.org contact: James Cardow
Backhouse: New Zealand's original weatherwear. For the origins of New Zealand's famous wet weather wear, you have to go back to the 19th century, when the predecessors of today's Backhouse coats and jackets were made from the sails of ships which plied the Pacific. Impregnated with linseed oil, the sailcloth made incredibly tough, all weather clothing,which was soon adopted by farmers and drovers, as projection against the island's wet climate. These days Backhouse coats and jackets are classics, as tough as they ever were, but made by rather more sophisticated methods. They're fashioned from the finest 100% long staple Egyptian cotton, closely woven and oil impregnated to a traditional formula, which provides totoal wind and waterproofing, exceptional abrasion resistance and greatly longevity. And now, as then, they're all made in New Zealand.
Canterbury Leather International Limited: Manufacturers of high quality sheepskin and shearling apparel made in New Zealand. Export award winning company trading worldwide to internationally known companies. Men's and Women's garments, hats, footwear, slippers, bags and accessories. Large factory allowing high capacity production. Established 1974. Address: 71 Sturrocks Road, Redwood P.O. Box 5241, Redwood Christchurch 8005 New Zealand Phone: 064 3 3524382 Fax: 064 3 3522543 Email: email@example.com Contact: Heather Jones - Webmaster
David Lindsay Ltd : David Lindsay, your style in easy access clothing. Fashionable and innovative designs providing both wearers and carers with ease and style in dressing. Men's and women's day and nightwear. Designed by New Zealander with over 30 years of experience in dressing those with disabilities. Designed to take the pain out of dressing, in particular those requiring full assistance and those in hospital level care. Address: P.O. Box 57067 Mana 5247 Wellington New Zealand 16 B Ulric St, Plimmerton, 5247 Wellington New Zealand Phone: +64 42330050 free phone +64 0800 330050 Fax E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact name: Sally Aydon
Designer Exposure: Features an extensive range of new and recycled designer clothing, including Manolo Blahnik, Prada and Gucci shoes. Address: 14 Gillies Avenue, Newmarket Auckland New Zealand Phone: 310 869 6030 or 310 869 6030 Fax: 310 869 6030 Email: email@example.com Contact: Tony Katavich, SEO
DFI (New Zealand) If you are a committed, talented designer eager to start your own business, or want assistance in growing an existing one, then the Dunedin Fashion Incubator can help. They provide the kind of industry specific assistance that can really make a difference. The Dunedin Fashion Incubator (DFI) is a non-profit organisation, established July 2001, to help emerging fashion designers into business, stimulate entrepreneurial activity and encourage small business growth to the benefit of the Dunedin economy. The Dunedin Fashion Incubator provides comprehensive facilities and services, to help you through the myriad of issues and problems that can beset new ventures, and in so doing, enhance your chances of business success, with the end goal being for designers to leave the Incubator with a successful, viable fashion business.
Fashion HQ (New Zealand) Fashion HQ is Wellington's first and only apparel sector incubator. It supports up to ten creative enterprises that have potential for rapid financial growth. Fashion HQ is looking to recruit companies from the wider apparel sector who have a clear vision and are passionate and committed to growing their business. Their vision is to be the most successful developer of high growth apparel businesses in New Zealand. Their mission is to enable apparel start up businesses to be successful in the national and global economy by providing best practice business support and quality infrastructure.
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Icebreaker Pure Merino GmbH (Wellington, New Zealand) Icebreaker garments offer unmatched technical performance in the outdoors. Finely spun merino wool garments like Icebreaker's Sprint/Pace are perfect for the active adventurers and urban travelers alike. The fabric disperses perspiration and provides warmth, even when wet, and the compressible, easy to pack long sleeved shirt is form fitting and keeps its shape. Icebreaker, like many great things, started by accident. In 1994, an American girlfriend introduced Jeremy Moon to a merino wool farmer she had stayed with as she backpacked around New Zealand. Brian Brakenridge lived on an isolated island in Marlborough with his family and 8,000 sheep. He had developed some prototype thermal underwear made from 100% pure New Zealand merino wool. He threw Jeremy a piece of this extraordinary fabric across the lunch table. It felt soft and sensual, looked lustrous and was totally natural. That was simply the start.
Poppet Baby Wear (New Zealand): is an online store specialising in hand made, high quality formal baby wear, for occasions such as Christenings, weddings (flower girls etc.) as well as general baby clothing. They are aimed at the higher end of the market, using 100% silk and also 100% NZ merino wool etc. All garments are designed by Marian and hand made. Address 3a Marama Street Torbay Auckland NZ 10 Ph 64-9-473-6800 Fax 64-9-473-6802 email firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Marian Long
Runway Reporter: an online media company delivering New Zealand fashion and beauty. Runway Reporter is a premium website powered by some of the top names in New Zealand fashion and beauty journalism. They provide a directory and services for New Zealand fashion brands and designers.
Sherborne Packaging Ltd: Sherborne Packaging offers a comprehensive range of custom printed packaging for the retail and food industry. Resource for special packing for retail items such as ties, scarves, socks etc. From a decorative tin to a six color embossed box, they are able to offer the best container at the optimum price. Address: 5d Piermark Drive, PO Box 300-333 Albany Auckland 1331 New Zealand Phone: 64 9 415 8352 or 64 9 415 8341 Fax: 64 9 415 8392 Email: email@example.com Contact: Christine Sherborne (Director)
Thread Ltd.: New Zealand fashion magazine.
Universal College of
Learning (UCOL) [New Zealand]: New Zealand is now an impressive force
on the world's fashion stage. Their designers have become an aspect
of national pride, with many cities developing fashion incubators to
nurture and encourage fledgling designers. Designers, like their graduates
from UCOL's prestigious Fashion degree, with creative and talented
lecturers, guide you through your study. The Graduate Fashion Show has
Volley Clothing (New Zealand) As a family of avid tennis players they often found it difficult to find specialist children's tennis clothing that had clothes that were comfortable, colourful and a little bit different from what everyone else was wearing. Volley Clothing specialises in children's tennis clothing to provide children with a greater choice of fashionable tennis clothing. They have sourced the fabrics from around the world to get exactly the right combination of comfort and colour. Volley Clothing is manufactured in New Zealand to allow them to keep a close eye on quality and to give them greater flexibility to develop new styles and ranges.
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