We help fashion start-ups and entreprenuers

Get production done in Vietnam

We produce apparel for you in Vietnam.

Hi, we are Meg and Chris. We prepare you to work with manufacturers in Vietnam. Meg specializes in design and tech packing and Chris specializes in manufacturing.
Meg works in Australia and Chris works in Vietnam. We help you communicate your designs to factories and get production done well and quickly.
Here you see one of our partner factories in Vietnam that specialize in runway fashion. They can do as little as one piece made to perfection.

Meg in Australia

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Chris in Vietnam

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Vietnamese Factories

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Products We Sell

  1. Tech pack templates
  2. eBooks
  3. Courses

Services We Offer

  1. Consulting
  2. Design
  3. Tech Packing
  4. Full Service Production in Vietnam

Learn About Production in Vietnam

Do you want to know how to start a clothing business in Asia?
This book prepares you to work with sewing factories in Vietnam. Read this book first to know how to start a clothing business in Asia.

My most critical point is to pay a professional to prepare your tech packs in advance.

Dive in yourself and use one of our templates.

tech packs made in Vietnam
Are you looking for an easy, straight forward way to design your own tech pack?

Then look no further, this basic tech pack template is a great resource for any new fashion brand, design student or apparel manufacturer. The template will be blank for you to customise, enter your brand information and insert your garment.

Do you need a technical drawing? Or a custom tech pack? Contact us for any unique orders!

The Basic Tech Pack Template includes:

Page One: This page provides an overview of your garment! Insert a large back and front technical drawing or image of your garment. Fill in details such as Brand, Season, Garment Name, Garment Description as well as manufacturing details. It is also a great page to brand your tech pack with your logo!

Page Two: This page is a detailed breakdown of your garments components. It includes details like materials, trims, labels, logo placement and application. On this page, ensure you include a photo of your garment that show any logo placements.

Page Three: Time to show off your colours! On this page, you get to showcase your different colourways and explain any colour breakdowns. Choose to describe your colours with Pantone Colours, CMYK or RGB breakdowns or simply describe the colour. If you need to show more colourways, simply duplicate the page!

Page Four: The final page of this tech pack template is used for size breakdown and measurements of the garment. Depending on the garment, you can use the table for any relevant measurements. Such as skirt length or zip length. You can use arrows to show measurement lines or simply describe the measurement in the fields provided.
Feel confident approaching in manufacturing your next collection with this tech pack template!

Included in Download:

1 x AI/Illustrator File of the Blank Template

1 x PDF File of the Blank Template

1 x PDF File of a filled-in Template to use as a guide.

Learn About Buying Eco Fabrics in Vietnam

How to source Eco fabrics in Vietnam to start a clothing business in Asia?
This book explains what Eco fabrics are and are not. I introduce you to 46 suppliers of Eco fabrics. How to start a clothing business in Asia begins with sourcing fabrics.

My main message is that there is no such thing as a 100% Eco fabric.

tech pack template advanced
This advanced template is an extensive, in-depth tech pack template which contains everything you will need to approach your manufacturer. It includes a cover page, garment details page, logo and label placement page, costing sheet, measurement specs, colourway details, production breakdown and cut sheet.

The advanced template is a great resourcer for any fashion brand, design student or apparel manufacturer. The template will be blank for you to customise, enter your brand information and insert your garment.

Do you need a technical drawing? Or a custom tech pack? Contact us for any unique orders!

The Advanced Tech Pack Template includes:

Page One: This page provides a cover page of your tech pack! Insert a large back and front technical drawing or image of your garment. Fill in details such as Brand, Season, Collection, Garment Name, Garment Description. It is also a great page to brand your tech pack with your logo!

Page Two: This page is an overview of your garment. It has text fields to briefly describe; material and trim details, construction and make details, care label details. There will be room to further explain more complex details on further pages but this acts as a summary sheet.

Page Three: This page will let manufacturers know about any customisations such as logo applications and labels. It will indicate the logos or prints to be used as well as their location and type of application e.g embroidery or screen print. It also indicates what the garments label will look like and where it is to be placed on the garment.

Page Four: Your costing sheet will be your best friend in organising your collection and the inputs and outputs involved. It includes and Overview of Costs, which provides a quick breakdown of the expenses involved in each table below. These three tables are Materials per garment, Construction Costs and Packaging/Shipping Costs. This costing sheet also has a pricing table for you to calculate RRP and RWP markups.

Page Five: The measurement page this tech pack template offers a large table which can be used across 9 sizes. Depending on the garment, you can use the vertical rows for any relevant measurements such as skirt length or zip length. You can use arrows to show measurement lines or simply describe the measurement in the fields provided.

Page Six: Time to show off your colours! On this page, you get to showcase your different colourways and explain any colour breakdowns. Choose to describe your colours with Pantone Colours, CMYK or RGB breakdowns or simply describe the colour. If you need to show more colourways, simply duplicate the page!

Page Seven: The final page of this template is a production breakdown table as well as a cut sheet. The cut sheet will direct the cutting team at your manufacturer of how many pieces are to be cut from certain fabrics as well as inform them of your sizing breakdown with production numbers. This page is very important to ensure you receive the garments in the right size and colour you ordered them in!
Look like a total pro with this tech pack and feel confident approaching in approaching any manufacturer!

Included in Download:

1 x AI/Illustrator File of the Blank Template

1 x PDF File of the Blank Template

1 x PDF File of a filled-in Template to use as a guide.

Know AQL and 4 Point Fabric Inspection Methods

How to do quality control to start a clothing business in Asia?
This book teaches you how to evaluate factories, inspect fabric and inspect garments. You need quality control to know how to start a clothing business in Asia.

My main message is to let the factory do QC and use a digital quality control solution to manage the QC of the factory.

Message from Chris

Chris Walker Fashion Start-Up Consultant in Vietnam

Chris Walker
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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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When you meet factories in Vietnam there is basic information you need to know to have a successful meeting, get a price quote and get samples made. During the last 13 years working in Vietnam I have observed what factories ask when meeting new buyers. I studied and figured out the best way to start a clothing business in Asia. Understanding fabric MOQs is one example of essential knowledge you need to know.

I have written three books to share what I discovered about how to start a clothing business in Asia - specifically Vietnam. Read my books below about garment manufacturing, eco fabric sourcing and quality control. If you read and study the content in my books you will be ready to meet Vietnamese clothing companies.

My eBooks are for fashion start-ups so I start with the basics like knowing the difference between knit and woven or the difference between FOB and CMT. If you are an experienced professional the information in the books will be rudimentary. I do include references to people in my network in Vietnam which can be valuable and I also include links to online valuable resources like a list of all the Oeko Tex certified factories in Vietnam.

Learn how to start a clothing business in Asia by reading the books below.

Message from Meg

Chris Walker Fashion Start-Up Consultant in Vietnam

Chris Walker
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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Meg, please write an intro …

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