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Transcript of EWC 661
Nurrul Adila Bt Md Zin 2013650566
Intan Izzrinda Bt Yazid 2013414746
Aim of study
Factory for high-end
Factory for high street labels
Categories used in the study
Report title: High-end fashion manufacturing in the UK - product , process and vision
ENGLISH FOR REPORT WRITING
Characteristic of high-end designer garment production
Use expensive or innovative fabrics.
Evident high quality of cut.
Evident high quality of seams.
Evident partnership between designer and manufacturer.
Evident high quality of finish of the garment.
Specialist finishing as appropriate
Evident high quality of overall finishing.
SIZE AND SCALE OF POTENTIAL
Size and location of the UK designer fashion industry.
The size of the designer (design and wholesale) fashion sector.
The size of London’s high-end manufacturing sector.
GAPS IN SKILLS AND
Problems in finding skilled machinists.
The ageing workforce.
Training for existing employees.
Lack of co-ordination and marketing of the sector.
Inconsistent production quality.
Sampling services and other service availability.
Production gaps and limitations.
Poor capital investment.
Gaps in skills and training.
Poor product knowledge (manufacturers) and production knowledge (designers).
Recommendation one - an accreditation scheme for high-end manufacturing skills.
Recommendation two - recognition of higher-level fashion manufacturing skills.
Recommendation three – education and training
THE HIGH END SECTOR - DEFINITIONS
Definitions of high-end designer fashion in existing research.
Definition of the designer industry is used by Newbery in a report commissioned
by the Department for Trade and Industry and the British Fashion Council in 2003.