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FASHION

MERCHANDISING
ASSIGNMENT 1

THE INTERPRETATION OF PROTO TECH PACK RECEIVED THE


BUYER AND FURTHER PROCESSING
Presented By:
Abhilekh Thakur
Meezan Alam
Shivani Sneha

SAMPLE ROOM
A sample is that by which any person can

understand the production, qualities, and


performance of the total garment export
order.

Sample is made in the sample room

according to buyers instruction.

It can ensure the garment buyeras well as

to the customer about the pre and post


condition of the garments order.

Sample is also used to take required ideas

from the market about the business


promotion of that order.

ACTIVITIES OF SAMPLE
ROOM
Tomake theproper sample by following buyers instruction.
To understand the requirements of buyer.
To fulfill therequirements of buyer.
Toinform the accuracy or confirmation to the buyer that the bulkproductionis going

to be right.

Toconfirmthemeasurement and fabricrequirements.


Tomake the perfection in thepatternandmarker.
To make perfection in thefabric consumption.
To make perfection in thegarment costing.
Toutilizes theskill operation withskilledoperatorduring garmentsewing.
Toget understanding completely to the operators and management as well about the

upcoming garmentproductionof that order.

Tocombine the overallperformanceof a garmentexportorder.

FLOW CHART OF SAMPLE


MAKING
Order
Received

Pattern
Making

Required
Quality
Fabric

Cutting

Submitting
the Sample
to the
Merchandise
r

Quality
Control
according to
Buyer
Recommend
ations

Sewing
Operations

GARMENT ANALYSIS
METHOD FOLLOWED IN
APPAREL INDUSTRY

There are various key points of garment analysis especially in the apparel
export business. Those points have mentioned in the below:
Measurement chart
Size ratio
Colour
Qualityof garment
List of trimmings and accessoriesrequired
Fabric consumption per dozen
Cost of garments per dozen
Determination of production time and delivery date

FLOW CHART TO
MANUFACTURE THE FORMAL
SHIRT

Sew
Sleeve
Vent

Front
Panel:
Right

Back
Panel

Sew Yoke

Front
Panel: Left

Sew
Placket +
Pocket

Join
Shoulder

Sew Collar

Sew Collar
Band
Join Collar
to
Neckline
Join
Sleeve to
Body

Join Cuf
to Sleeve

Sew Side
Seams

Add Trims

Sew Cuf

PRODUCT DETAILS
Product: Shirt
Product Category: Formal
Fit: Regular
Brand: Raymond
Size: Extra Large (XL)
Style: SE001
Pattern: Checkered
Colour: Blue and Red

FLAT SKETCH OF THE SHIRT

MEASUREMENT GUIDE
Shoulder: Measure of the distance between two Lower

Shoulder Point (LSP) along the Back Panel.

Chest: Measurement of the circumference of the

garment passing through the lower armhole point.

Sleeve: Measurement of the distance from the LSP to

the Cuf.

Neck: Measurement across the neck passing through

the two Highest Shoulder Points (HSP).

Length: Measurement from the Highest Shoulder Point

(HSP) to the Hem.

SIZE OPTIONS
SIZE

CHEST

SHOULDER

LENGTH

39 (S)

44

18.25

26.75

40 (M)

45

18.50

27

42 (L)

47.5

19

27.25

44 (XL)

50

19.75

27.50

STITCH AND SEAM


INSTRUCTIONS (FRONT)

STITCH AND SEAM


INSTRUCTIONS (BACK)

TRIMS INSTRUCTIONS
Labels

Brand Label
Care Label
Size Label
Buttons

4-Hole button has to be used


Total number of buttons in front placket=7
Number of extra buttons at the wrong side of placket=2
Number of buttons at each cuf=2
Number of Buttons at each Sleeve Placket=1

CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR


THE FABRIC
Hand Wash Separately
Use Mild Detergent
Do Not Bleach
Warm Iron

NECESSARY COMMENTS
RELATED TO THE PRODUCT
Care label 3.5 (inches) above hem
Distance of 3 inches between each button at front packet
Width of the Cuf is 2.5 inch

REFERENCES
www.onlineclothingstudy.com/2012/12/bill-of-material-bom-format.html
www.raymondindia.com/ss_shirts.asp#.V8-83dR97Gg
Online Textile Journal
Previous Year Apparel Internship Report