...if clothing manufacturers and designers want to best promote their commitment to using ethically sourced materials and keep up with the international trend, one of the best ways to do so is to proudly emblazon this information on their fabric labels.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 13, 2016
According to an article published March 14th on Forbes, even as China represents the largest mass fashion market in the world and currently produces more than 50 percent of the world’s fabric, smaller design and apparel enterprises in the country are quickly embracing a more eco-friendly production model and gaining international attention. Los Angeles-based fabric label manufacturer Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. explains that, because the fashion industry is constantly shifting to appeal to consumers, interest in fabric and clothing which engenders environmental sustainability is currently in full swing around the world. They note that, if clothing manufacturers and designers want to best promote their commitment to using ethically sourced materials and keep up with the international trend, one of the best ways to do so is to proudly emblazon this information on their fabric labels. The firm additionally notes that, while the move toward sustainable and ethically sourced materials is typically motivated by ethical imperatives, rather than the urge to capture consumer attention, shoppers generally enjoy knowing that their dollars are going to a company concerned with the greater good.
Hi-Tech Labeling & Printing explains that fabric labels serve a great many other needs. For starters, they note that, while any label-maker can design a label that simply conveys basic information about the item, Hi-Tech Labeling & Printing prides itself in its ability to produce custom made, immediately appealing designs that can add value to a brand’s image and character. They add that, because today’s trends revolve around simpler, more low-key clothing, designers and manufacturers can display their brand name on a fabric label without drawing attention away from the style of the garment. Additionally, the firm explains that another beneficial application for fabric labels is to draw consumer attention to the garment’s country of origin. They note that many American shoppers enjoy knowing that their clothing was manufactured closer to home largely because it denotes that less energy was expended in the item’s transportation.
Hi-Tech Labeling & Printing notes that they take pride in their 25 years of experience in printing labels for their clients around the world. Additionally, the firm notes that their eager and professional staff is ready to meet the needs of all types of clothing manufacturers. For more information about the products and fabric label printing services available at Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling or to request a quote, interested readers may call the label maker and manufacturer today at (213) 746-7772 or visit them online at http://www.FabricLabels.com.