VETIGRAPH was featured in an article published in the Clothing Industry Handbook 2014 by the ASBCI (Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry). This article relates to the implementation of ScanGraph at ladies and children’s wear designer and manufacturer STUDIO ONE in Leicester.
For nearly a decade now, Clare Kay has been using Vetigraph to cut patterns digitally. In this article, she tells Drapers why she is so passionate about what she does and how Vetigraph has made her day-to-day life much simpler.
2014 saw VETIGRAPH nominated for an industry award by LEICESTER COLLEGE in the Awards to Industry Breakfast 2014. The awards ceremony which took place at LEICESTER COLLEGE on Tuesday 10th June 2014 celebrated the best in industry in support to the College learners. The nomination recognized that VETIGRAPH FASHION DIGITAL SOLUTIONS “formed an educational partnership to […]
Vetigraph was approached by Brighton Based Julia Sissons, to collaborate on producing her design in a downloadable format. Julia’s design was digitized and then using VetiExpert printing functions, the pattern was divided into 30 A4 sections, each with matching points printed in the corners. The general public could visit the V&A website to download the […]
I can only compare it to spending years working on¬¬ a jigsaw puzzle, only to realise that the final piece simply isn’t there. It is debilitating, infuriating and disorientating all at once. Fashion, of course, is not an easy place to find employment in. Despite the fact that the industry generates more 25 billion pounds […]
Our article explaining how a successful PLM implementation can greatly benefit fashion designers, manufacturers and suppliers has been published in the ASBCI 2018 Yearbook. You can purchase the Yearbook from the institute’s website: asbci.co.uk