To proceed with learning more about ActiveWear please:
a. Book an appointment below with STSC's Activewear specialist Ginia Chu or
b. purchase the ActiveWear Sample Book
1. Send an email requesting an appointment either at the Sydney studio or via Skype.
2. Download and fill in the ActiveWear Request Form to start the process to help us ascertain the types of garments you want to produce and which fabrics are of interest so we can tailor an appointment to your requirements.
We use Google Sheets to track the communication around textile requests. Please open this link for access permission and use it to tell us as much detail as you can.
Ginia will discuss and help with aspects of textiles, full production from design to dyeing or printing to manufacturing.
You can learn more about the types of textiles you will see from seeing the specific ActiveWear Sample Book.
Below is an indication of the fabrics you will see and/or receive:
1. TENCEL™ X REFIBRA™ 92%- Spandex 8% - Heavy Weight. Activewear Knitted Single Jersey 240gsm
2. 92% Organic Cotton 8% Spandex, 160gsm
3. 94% Modal 6% Elastane, 170gsm
4. 95% Tencel 5% Spandex, 180gsm
5. 68% Tencel 27% Cotton* 5% Spandex, 220gsm
6. 47% Tencel 47% Cotton* 6% Spandex, 210gsm
7. 70% Recycled Polyester 30% Spandex, 250gsm
8. 83% Recycled Polyester 17% Spandex, 250gsm
9. 85% Recycled Polyester 15% Spandex, 140gsm
10. 75% Recycled Nylon 25% Lycra, 220gsm
11. 75% Recycled Nylon 25% Spandex, 250gsm
12. 75% Recycled nylon 25% Spandex, 220gsm
13. 92% Tencel and 8% Spandex, 260gsm
14. 84% Tencel 16% Spandex, 180gsm
15. Super Modal 65% Modal 35% Spandex, 280gsm
Note *Regular cotton at the moment, however this can be changed by request to organic cotton or recycled cotton and depends on MOQ.
Ginia Chu formerly worked as Head Designer for an Australian Activewear label and with over 18 years experience in the fashion industry spread across womens and mens activewear, knitwear and wovens.
Her strengths lie within her strong communication skills and her extensive knowledge of the fashion industry from conceptual design, sourcing, product development, production processes through to manufacturing locally in Australia and China.
Over the past 2 years, she has been actively sourcing sustainable fabrics for activewear collections and working closely with fabric mills in the continual development of sustainable and environmentally conscious fabrics for the activewear industry.