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  • How long does it take to make the pattern and sample?
    The pattern and sample will be finished within 3 weeks.
  • How long does production take?
    Production is finished within 4-6 weeks. It's possible for this range to be shorter and in few cases a little longer due to seasonal shifts in demand.
  • What is the minimum number of production units?
    Our minimum is 15 units per size and style when you do at least 3 different sizes.
  • Is there a fee for pattern grading?
    Yes, the fee is $30 per size.
  • How does payment work? Is there a deposit?
    There is a 50% deposit required for the pattern + sample and a 50% deposit for the actual production. The outstanding balance is paid upon pickup.
  • How do I get started?
    Scheduling a consultation is the way to get started producing with us. Each designer we work with has a unique style and specific needs that need to be fullfilled. With this in consideration, we need to determine if our studio is compatible with your work. You can request a consultation by clicking here.
  • How much does it cost to book a consultation?
    Our consultation is in two parts for $50. Prep Call (via Zoom) followed by a Design Meeting in person. The Zoom call allows us to better understand the project before Lydia herself begins the project.
  • Do you sign Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA)?
    Yes. Please provide NDA's before Design Meeting.
  • Is there a Production Plan fee?
    Before any project goes into production, the client must select a production plan. There are three plans to choose from. These plans will ensure constant communication between the client and the manufacturer.
  • Can I talk to a Human?
    Please call this number 470-514-5696?
  • What is your address?
    3660 Oakcliff Rd Atlanta, GA 30340 Dekalb County, USA
  • How long does it take to produce a collection?
    Startups take time, even with the best tech packs, draws, or college degrees. There is still a learning curve in developing what you want. Just because another company can produce it doesn't mean it is manufacturable. Give yourself 90-120 days to launch your collection. 90% of the time we will be waiting on fabrics and materials from third-party manufacturers. The best you can do is plan one quarter, have the final production material for samples/MVP, and ensure you have enough startup capital.
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