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Dutch product designer, with a bachelor of design at the Royal Academy of Arts, specialized in folding structures and textile products. In recent years she has worked on several projects, from furniture to fashion accessory. The design can be described as minimalistic with a strong personal character. The work is characterized by the combined use of textile materials with the technique of folding. The SME is looking for production partners, in the frame of a manufacturing agreement.
The young Dutch designer started business in 2018 and has developed a butterfly bowtie brand. The products are marketed with the use of agents in various European countries. The core of the range is a permanent collection with one model bowtie in 12 colors. In order to keep up with the increasing demand the SME is looking for a European production partner for the production of bowties. If needed the prescribed materials, fabrics and hardware materials that are used can be supplied by the label. Before ordering samples must be made for approval. Short delivery times are a required, for instance an indication of the delivery time for 500 pieces is approximately 2 weeks. An order will consist of a range of different colors. The initial production will be about 100 pieces per color,
The production partner must guarantee that they can supply a stable quality and a high degree of refinement with an eye for detail. They must be certified by the Fair Wear foundation and should accept that subcontracting is not allowed.
The SME aims to conclude a manufacturing agreement with the production partner.
The manufactures must be willing to accept small production runs. They should work according the Fair Wear Foundation certification and accept that subcontracting is not allowed.
The Dutch SME is interested partners for a long-term and medium-term cooperation, with a production partner that can deliver a high degree of refinement with an eye for detail.
The manufacturers must be willing to receive and meet the SME before an agreement is concluded, have the Fair Wear Foundation certification and accept that subcontracting is not allowed. The aim of the Dutch designer is to collaborate in a frame of a manufacturing agreement.