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Clothing Industry Directory

If you work in the fashion industry, the following guide will help you research information regarding various aspects of the industry.  For example, if you work for a clothing wholesaler, you can search for factories to produce your garments or use the retailer section to find fashion boutiques & department stores to sell your apparel.  The directory can also be utilized to locate pattern makers, warehouse services, content label requirements, etc.  Most aspects of the clothing industry are covered from the directory categories listed on this page.

Below you will find a few of the primary categories of the clothing industry directory on Apparel Search.

Clothing & Fashion Directory
Apparel Link
Associations
Buying Groups
Calendar
Care Labels
Close Out
Consulting
Customs
Education
Employment
Fashion
Financial
Glossary Jobber Licensing
Manufacturer 
Modeling
News Pattern Maker Popular Brands
Production Quality Testing Recycle Retailer
Shipping
Technology
Trade Shows Warehouse Wholesale World
Apparel Search is the worlds largest and fastest growing business to business database dedicated solely to the Clothing, Fashion & Textile Industry.    Through the use of cutting edge technology, and a tremendous amount of “human” effort, we will continue to expand the Apparel Search directory.

If you are researching information that you can not access from the above guide, you can also try the directories search engine for more options.

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