New York City is one of the world's most creative hot sports. Similar to Paris, Florence, and Hong Kong, the city of New York is flowing with passionate designers. Some of them produce garments around the globe, but many of them prefer to manufacture clothes directly with clothing factories located in Manhattan. In this section of our directory you will find a few of the many wonderful resources The Big Apple has to offer. Please note that we are also listing a few companies that are in New York, but possible not NYC. You can consult with these companies to determine their exact address.
Apparel Production NYC: Since 1949 the Sadaka family has been associated with excellence in garment manufacturing. The industry's best designers have entrusted their reputations to us. Designers trust our extensive overseas contacts, exhaustive quality control measures and decades of industry experience to produce garments that enhance their customer recognition and are worthy of their hard earned name brand.
Dynotex: Established in 1999, Dynotex is a unique contractor that provide more than just cut & sew service. They particularly pride othemselves in the following areas: pattern making service, in house cutting, grading & marking service. They manufacturer products in both woven and knitted fabrics. Experienced in silk and stretch fabrics. They handle garment and accessories. Broad and comprehensive knowledge in product development. In addition, they can provide referral to related services that enhances your product development. Also provide import sourcing and technical consultancy for clients. Located in Greenpoint New York.
R&C Apparel: Established in 1997 by President and CEO, Ramdat K. Harihar, R & C Apparel has become a garment manufacturing mainstay within Manhattan, serving as an anchor to New York City's vibrant fashion community.
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Save the Garment Center: Save the Garment Center's Mission is to Promote, Preserve, and Save New York City as Fashion Capital of the World. The Garment Center is a city-protected area within Midtown Manhattan designed to retain apparel factories and manufacturing jobs and discourage property owners from converting the space into commercial offices. Originally the area had 7.7 million square space preserved for apparel manufacturing and housed 105,000 manufacturing jobs. Today due to new development, illegal conversions to office space, and production outsourcing pressures, the center contains 1.1 million square feet of garment manufacturing space and employs 7,100 factory workers. Save the Garment Center was started in 2007 as a grassroots campaign by factory owners Samanta Cortes, Anthony Lilore, Paul Cavazza and Larry Geffner. This campaign was in response to City Hall's plans to lift the 1987 zoning laws that had protected the leases of the Garment Center fashion tenants for the past 23 years. Save the Garment Center's initial goal was to keep the manufacturers and suppliers in New York's Garment Center from being pushed out of the district, or having to shut down all together. In 2009 Save the Garment Center became a 501c6 trade association.
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Stylus Apparel Group: Since 2003, Stylus Apparel has provided factory direct apparel solutions to a number of distinguished clientele. They work with clothing lines and brands — both the young start-up brand and the well-established private label. They are a contract garment manufacturers with the ability to create a large number of garments on demand. They work with corporate customers to deliver the highest quality apparel merchandise and employee workwear. They offer their customers apparel customization services from design to distribution, keeping every step in between under one roof and in one place. Although the name Stylus Apparel was born in 2003, Stylus has been operating in the same facility since 1978. Located minutes outside of New York City, we offer a wide variety of clothing, uniforms, and apparel services. Stylus Apparel is a vertically-integrated apparel and clothing facility. Cut and sew manufacturing, dye-sublimation printing and embroidery are just some of Stylus Apparel's custom garment decoration and creation services. Their mission is to offer their customers apparel customization services from design to distribution, keeping every step in the garment manufacturing or decorating process under one roof.
If you wish to venture outside the city limits, you may want to investigate international sewing facility options.
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