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Service: A young clothier to make chef jackets with me (NYC)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Other' started by anxiouscowboy, Jul 30, 2011.

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  1. anxiouscowboy

    anxiouscowboy Active Member

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    I am a young fashion forward chef who is not happy with the typical current uniform offerings in my field. I am not sure where to ask, or if I am using the correct terminology; but what I am looking for is someone, perhaps a fashion student? who has started making their own clothing. I would like to work hand in hand with someone on this little project so I can learn more about the who tailoring process and fabric choosing process. Anyone interested in this kind of side job or can point me in the right direction in which I need to go to get what I am looking for? I posted a craigslist ad, too:

    http://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/res/2521561870.html
     
  2. cindibankston

    cindibankston New Member

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    Well if you are not satisfied with the typical chef uniform design and want to create a customized one, you should be pleased to know that there are some companies who provide customize clothing option too. They do have a wide range of design and good quality fabric and offer the same at reasonable prices.

    One fine example of the same is OKUniform.com.


    However, if you still feel that you should keep going with your project I would say you should look for a professional in this field that would guide you in the right direction.
     
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