Clothing: What’s in a name?

By Mark Price The fashion industry has been grappling with a lot of questions lately.

We’ve had the biggest crisis in fashion in history, with over $200bn worth of clothing being lost to fashion fraud.

We are dealing with the fallout of the massive pandemic that hit the industry in 2017.

There have been a lot more questions about the process of fashion manufacturing.

Is it all about the cut, or is there more to it?

And is there a way to make clothes in the 21st century, using the technology of the 21th century?

How does a garment become fashionable?

This is the big question.

The industry has tried to get a handle on the problem and some of the answers are quite surprising.

How do you make a garment?

The garment manufacturing process can be broken down into four stages: production, assembly, assembly line and finished product.

Production stage: the clothes are cut and assembled in a factory.

It is where the clothes themselves are assembled.

There are many different stages that are used to produce garments: from the sewing machine to the machine that cuts the fabric.

For example, in a sewing machine the fabric is laid out, the needle is turned, and the thread is passed from one machine to another.

There is a process of sewing the fabric together.

The machine then moves onto the next step where the fabric will be cut and sewn together.

This is where many sewing machines use their own machines.

Assembly line: the fabric passes through a sewing and finishing machine.

It passes through different stages of assembly: firstly, the fabric and materials are sewn into the garment, then the fabric gets cut and the fabric then gets passed through a mill to be sewn onto the garment.

Finally, the finished garment is cut and wrapped.

The finishing process is then used to finish the garment and create the finished product that is passed off to the consumer.

This process is usually performed by machines that use a machine shop or a factory where the garments are assembled into garments.

The finished product can then be handed over to the retailer to be sold.

The end result is a product that can be sold on the market.

The manufacturing process is much more complex than just sewing and cutting the fabric, it involves all sorts of physical processes.

How does it work?

For example: there is the process where the fabrics are laid out and the needle of the sewing and finished machine are turned.

This involves moving a needle around the fabric in order to move the needle to a specific place on the fabric; this takes some time.

Next, the stitching is done and the stitch is put on the garment; this requires a lot less time and requires less work.

Next comes the finishing of the garment: this involves turning the garment around, turning the fabric back and forth, folding the fabric over to make the fabric more or less stretchable, then rolling it into a pattern.

This takes time and is more involved than just moving the needle around in order for the stitch to be moved.

Finally comes the sewing, which involves moving the fabric along the needle and through the machine to form the final garment.

The sewing machine can be either a sewing or a finishing machine; this is where a sewing is done, a finishing is done.

This machine uses a machine called a machine-made process.

A machine-machining process is where you have the sewing machines, which use machines, to cut and sew the fabric into the garments, and then to finish this, which can involve cutting the garment into a certain shape, sewing it into place and then rolling the finished fabric into a particular shape.

The process of production is much simpler and more straightforward, and involves just sewing a piece of fabric together into a garment.

There isn’t any finishing step.

For that, the factory needs to make a piece that has a certain length of fabric on it.

Then, this fabric is sewn on the machine, and a machine is turned to turn the needle through the fabric to turn it into the final product.

So, the process can take anywhere from five to 30 minutes.

The final product, if it is finished, is then passed on to the end consumer.

How are clothes made?

There are four stages to the production process: sewing, finishing, finishing line and production.

The first step is sewing the garment in the factory.

This can take from two to three days, depending on the number of people involved.

After the garment has been made, the sewing is carried out.

A sewing machine works by turning the needle along the fabric before moving the thread to make it fit into the right position.

This moves the needle in the direction of the thread, which in turn moves the fabric on the needle.

Once the needle has reached the desired position, the thread then moves on to move to the next stitch and the next.

At this point, the machine is stopped and the process is repeated.

Then, the finishing process begins.

This occurs when the fabric has been finished