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    How do you arrive at the right kind of fabric for designing of uniforms?

    Fabric selection & recommendation based on client's brief
    Uniforms, corporate clothing or institutional wear is a lucrative business and fabric selection is an integral part of it. Fibre2Fashion spoke to some renowned uniform designers of the country to delve deeper into the criteria they use for fabric selection.


    The fabrics are sourced from various mills and should be durable, low maintenance and easily available with a sharp, edgy and fresh feel. I have used Siyaram's Soft Touch suiting and shirting fabric from Ruby Mills.

    We believe in sustainable fabrics, which is not always possible as some areas demand heavy wear and tear. In that case, we
    suggest the fabrics accordingly. Fabric selection and recommendation is based on a client's brief, weather conditions, roles and responsibilities of the staff wearing them and general comfort, as well as ease of maintenance. We design and create all our own fabrics; always produced in India-a conscious and ethical choice we follow as a company to encourage Indian weaves, textiles heritage, craft, businesses and facilities.

    There are multiple sources for the fabrics. Some are from local mills, sometimes they are imported. Fabrics need to have longevity, and at the same time should be breathable and upmarket looking.

    I select easy breathable wash-and-wear, crinkle-free fabrics that look fresh all the time. Normally, it is 70 per cent cotton blended with 30 per cent polyester for shirts and tops while it is gabardine twill for trousers, coats and jackets.

    This article was first published in the April 2021 edition of the print magazine.

    Published on: 03/06/2021

    DISCLAIMER: All views and opinions expressed in this column are solely of the interviewee, and they do not reflect in any way the opinion of Fibre2Fashion.com.

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