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I would say the garments from both of those companies are being manufactured just for those companies. It actually is not that hard to do. You need some decent money, but not as much as you think.

If you own one of the garments look for an RN number on the tag. If it is there, you could look up the RN number on the tag to see what company manufactured the garment.
 

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I would say the garments from both of those companies are being manufactured just for those companies. It actually is not that hard to do. You need some decent money, but not as much as you think.

If you own one of the garments look for an RN number on the tag. If it is there, you could look up the RN number on the tag to see what company manufactured the garment.
That's awesome thanks! Do you know some things I could Google that would also help me out? How much money are talking?
 

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Ok so I entered the number in the FTCs RN database search, and it just says "Lauren Moshi". So I can assume that they make their own shirts. So I guess they are creating patterns and then having them sewn?
 

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Yes, that would be the most likely. Also look a Kathleen Fasanella's site, Fashion Incubator, and forum. She has a very good book out about this stuff as well.
 

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Ok so I entered the number in the FTCs RN database search, and it just says "Lauren Moshi". So I can assume that they make their own shirts. So I guess they are creating patterns and then having them sewn?
Anyone can apply for an RN# and slap it on any garment they want. I could put mine on Hanes tees if I wanted. So it's not a given that they are custom sewn. But it certainly looks like it by the styles. You don't see them around much. They are certainly unique.
 
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