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Who Made My Clothes

While you open your wardrobe every day, have you ever wondered who has made your clothes? Do you wonder how they are made?

Consumers should be curious or ought to know where their clothes come from! Every consumer has the right to know that whatever they put on their bodies is made in dignity and not in misery.

We at Satya Designs Pvt. Ltd. under the guidance of visionary Mr. Jinen Shah set out to compile the steps in our garment manufacturing process.


So here we have our Founder & Creative Head Kajal Shah & Designer Asavari holding the board “I design your clothes”.

She says: Being a woman I know what women exactly need. I choose the seasonal and right kind of fabrics and transform your expectation into step-by-step implementation, thus helping you build a closet you would fall in love with.

While the fashion industry seems glamorous, there is great deal of manual labour behind the scenes.

Here Devender (Head Master) says: “I cut your cloth”

I first make the pattern on the brown craft paper or butcher paper and then cut the piece in fabric as per the sizes defined by our brand.

Tie-dye is the years’ most woke trend and adds to the appeal of the individual.

Here Mohamed (Dyer) says “I tie-dye your cloths”

This technique involves tying up of both wrap & weft threads where original Color needs to retained and then dyed.

Block printing, this is earliest form of printing used for the purpose of increasing the decorative value of clothes.

Here Mohamed (Printer) says “I block print your clothes”

The traditional technique of fabric printing involves the use of wooden blocks in different shapes and sizes called bunta, that are pressed on a fabric to create beautiful patterns.

Machine embroidery is the trend which is returning in the limelight. But it’s roots are ancient. 

Here the team says “We embroider your clothes”

The design for the embroidery is made on Khakha (a butter paper) with a pencil. Once the drawing is complete, minute holes are made on the design and placed on the fabric. The design is than transferred on the fabric. The embroidery is than done using a zigzag embroidery machine.

Next comes hand embroidery which adds colour, texture and meaning to the fabric.

Here the team says “We hand embroider your clothes”

For hand embroidery, the design drawing is first done on Khakha (butter paper) with a pencil. Once the drawing is complete, minute holes are made on the design and placed on the fabric. The design is then transferred on the fabric. The artisans then sit around this khat to begin the embroidery work. It is a time consuming detailing of flowers, traditional motifs, etc which adds colour, texture & meaning to the fabric.

The main part of a garment comes here, that is stitching.

Here the team says “We stitch your clothes”

We have a dedicated skilled team of sewers who produce the finished design based on the approved sample. Having an eye for detail, they also add decorative trimmings, pleatings, buttons, zips or other fastenings. The outfits are made as per the fitting & measurement of the set sizes with finest fabric.

Once they are ready, comes the role of Quality Controllers.

Here the team says “We quality check your clothes”

We monitor the quality standards for all the designs produced and make sure that they meet the required standard for retail.

Next comes the appearance of the product while on display.

Here the team says “We press your clothes”

It increases the adornment of the garments by removing creases and wrinkles.

The most pivotal team is that of the Production team which calls for passion for detail and an organized mind.

Here the team says “We are into planning, procurement of raw materials & maintaining quality standard”

We take care of the entire process right from which design goes into the cutting department, pattern cutting,tie-dying, embroidery, stitching etc.

We ensure that every work is done as per the prototype defined for quality, measurements, fabrics used. Lastly, we also coordinate with each team for the best results of the product.

Next comes the Sales Team, who are responsible for selling the latest collection to the buyers. 

Here the team says “We build a strong relationship with buyers”

The team has good commercial awareness, understands and analyzes the target market for better decision making.

We also take care of the packing of the products and dispatching process for B2B clients.

Next comes the Accounts Team, responsible for maintaining the good financial health of the company.

Here the Accounts Team says “We responsible for all the financial transactions that take place in the company”

The team ensures that all sales & expenses are properly recorded and maintains the good financial health of the company.

The overall success of a business entity depends on the CEO.

Here Vikas Shah (CEO) says “I set the strategy & direction for the company”

I set the company’s culture, values & behaviour and make major financial decisions along with top managerial decisions. I am also responsible for implementing the company’s vision and mission.

Here Mukesh (Production Head) says “I take care of the entire production process”

He plans the production process and makes sure that products come out as per the sample with quality.

Here Agnel (Marketing Head) says “I am in charge of the brands”

He ensures that the product reaches the consumer and the company’s brand stays intact.

Here Ketan (Accounts Head) says “I conduct the standard financial procedures such as accounting, budgeting & issuing debt”

The most important thing is that he sets the budget for the entire year for smooth operations.

There are roughly around 40 million people across the globe who are garment workers. Since the fashion industry completely relies on creative talent, it is necessary to have the appropriate team. 

This highly creative & enthusiastic team at Satya Designs Pvt. Ltd. aims to make a change in the industry, value people, the environment and creativity more than the profit.

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