There are two big obstacles standing in the way of jackets and outerwear sales: a changing market still rebounding from the pandemic, and a shaky supply chain that’s making product pricier and harder to find. Let’s take a look at both of those challenges and explore some ways to address them...
Vantage Apparel announced it has acquired full-service European corporate apparel supplier Lynka, headquartered in Poland. According to Vantage, the acquisition will make it the largest global supplier and decorator of corporate apparel—offering its decoration services worldwide...
Decoration is one of the most important parts of an order. A decorated shirt offers something different than a plain shirt. It may seem clear-cut—place logo here—but it's more complex than that. What type of decoration works on this fabric? Which has the desired look the client wants? Where will the imprint make the most impact? We spoke to Vantage Apparel, Avenel, N.J., and Stahls' DFC, Masontown, Pa., to learn tips in five areas distributors should focus on when deciding the best imprint method for a client.
As 2014 comes to a close, suppliers are gearing up for the next big things in style for the coming year. Here are some tips from industry professionals about what apparel items will be 2015's biggest hits in terms of fit, design, function and color.
Vantage Apparel will be an apparel supplier and the exclusive embroiderer for PGA of America's Member Merchandise Program.
Vantage Apparel, Avenel, N.J., announced the hiring of Jeff Kranz as its newest sales representative.
Sporting goods giants Adidas and Nike have both hit back at claims that some of the football merchandise produced ahead of this year's World Cup in Brazil contains high levels of hazardous chemicals.
A new investigation by Greenpeace also says products from Puma were among 33 items including boots, goalkeeper gloves and the official 'Brazuca' ball, that contained a range of substances uncovered by independent laboratory tests.
Vantage Apparel, leading manufacturer and decorator of logo apparel, has expanded its retail brand offering with the addition of Van Heusen.
Selling apparel is completely different than selling hard goods. To answer some of your questions about selling wearables, Promo Marketing reached out to some of the industry's leading apparel suppliers. Here's what they had to say.