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Unmade - What if all clothing was made to order? {On-Demand}

London-based fashion and sportswear software company, Unmade's mission is to bring fashion & sportswear value-chains into the 21st Century.
UnmadeOS removes the guesswork from Production and connects Demand directly to Supply, enabling organisations to offer no compromise designs and sustainable fulfilment to consumers.

With the small designer, speciality and luxury markets looking to produce smaller, bespoke and on-demand products, Unmade has entered the market with a order management system that enables unique knitwear to be produced at an industrial scale with even shorter lead times to solve this problem.

One-off orders are more complex to manufacture, especially when most traditional factories have been set up for larger quantities that produce the same product in hundreds of thousands of units. Reprogramming industrial knitting machines requires technical knowledge and is time and labour intensive making it harder for mid to larger scale factories to adjust to new systems, and to be able to keep track of unique garments within those systems.

Unmade OS allows fashion and sportswear brands to address this issue directly, increasing the responsiveness, flexibility and sustainability of the fashion supply chain.


The Solution

Founded in 2014 by Hal Watts, Ben Alun-Jones and Kirsty Emery, the company offers a software which can help the fashion industry move towards an on-demand supply chain model. The Unmade order management system enables unique knitwear to be produced at an industrial scale for the same cost as mass production.

Their tool allows shoppers to customise the items they buy, within parameters predefined by the brand. Then, the order is sent directly to the factory. Individual and short run orders are therefore integrated into the existing production, which means they can be manufactured at the same cost and speed as mass-produced items.
The software also collects data about the customers’ preferences and design choices, and then uses it to orient the manufacturing and supply chain. This allows the industry to look at producing their products in a completely new way that results in no more excess stock and no more need to sell items with a discount.

Customers are also willing to pay around 20% more for bespoke products that they can customise and be part of the creation themselves.

IMPACT

London-based fashion and sportswear software company, Unmade's mission is to bring fashion & sportswear value-chains into the 21st Century.
UnmadeOS removes the guesswork from Production and connects Demand directly to Supply, enabling organisations to offer no compromise designs and sustainable fulfilment to consumers.

With the small designer, speciality and luxury markets looking to produce smaller, bespoke and on-demand products, Unmade has entered the market with a order management system that enables unique knitwear to be produced at an industrial scale with even shorter lead times to solve this problem.

One-off orders are more complex to manufacture, especially when most traditional factories have been set up for larger quantities that produce the same product in hundreds of thousands of units. Reprogramming industrial knitting machines requires technical knowledge and is time and labour intensive making it harder for mid to larger scale factories to adjust to new systems, and to be able to keep track of unique garments within those systems.

Unmade OS allows fashion and sportswear brands to address this issue directly, increasing the responsiveness, flexibility and sustainability of the fashion supply chain.


The Solution

Founded in 2014 by Hal Watts, Ben Alun-Jones and Kirsty Emery, the company offers a software which can help the fashion industry move towards an on-demand supply chain model. The Unmade order management system enables unique knitwear to be produced at an industrial scale for the same cost as mass production.

Their tool allows shoppers to customise the items they buy, within parameters predefined by the brand. Then, the order is sent directly to the factory. Individual and short run orders are therefore integrated into the existing production, which means they can be manufactured at the same cost and speed as mass-produced items.
The software also collects data about the customers’ preferences and design choices, and then uses it to orient the manufacturing and supply chain. This allows the industry to look at producing their products in a completely new way that results in no more excess stock and no more need to sell items with a discount.

Customers are also willing to pay around 20% more for bespoke products that they can customise and be part of the creation themselves.

SOLUTION

London-based fashion and sportswear software company, Unmade's mission is to bring fashion & sportswear value-chains into the 21st Century.
UnmadeOS removes the guesswork from Production and connects Demand directly to Supply, enabling organisations to offer no compromise designs and sustainable fulfilment to consumers.

With the small designer, speciality and luxury markets looking to produce smaller, bespoke and on-demand products, Unmade has entered the market with a order management system that enables unique knitwear to be produced at an industrial scale with even shorter lead times to solve this problem.

One-off orders are more complex to manufacture, especially when most traditional factories have been set up for larger quantities that produce the same product in hundreds of thousands of units. Reprogramming industrial knitting machines requires technical knowledge and is time and labour intensive making it harder for mid to larger scale factories to adjust to new systems, and to be able to keep track of unique garments within those systems.

Unmade OS allows fashion and sportswear brands to address this issue directly, increasing the responsiveness, flexibility and sustainability of the fashion supply chain.


The Solution

Founded in 2014 by Hal Watts, Ben Alun-Jones and Kirsty Emery, the company offers a software which can help the fashion industry move towards an on-demand supply chain model. The Unmade order management system enables unique knitwear to be produced at an industrial scale for the same cost as mass production.

Their tool allows shoppers to customise the items they buy, within parameters predefined by the brand. Then, the order is sent directly to the factory. Individual and short run orders are therefore integrated into the existing production, which means they can be manufactured at the same cost and speed as mass-produced items.
The software also collects data about the customers’ preferences and design choices, and then uses it to orient the manufacturing and supply chain. This allows the industry to look at producing their products in a completely new way that results in no more excess stock and no more need to sell items with a discount.

Customers are also willing to pay around 20% more for bespoke products that they can customise and be part of the creation themselves.

ApplicationS & CHARACTERISTICS 

London-based fashion and sportswear software company, Unmade's mission is to bring fashion & sportswear value-chains into the 21st Century.
UnmadeOS removes the guesswork from Production and connects Demand directly to Supply, enabling organisations to offer no compromise designs and sustainable fulfilment to consumers.

With the small designer, speciality and luxury markets looking to produce smaller, bespoke and on-demand products, Unmade has entered the market with a order management system that enables unique knitwear to be produced at an industrial scale with even shorter lead times to solve this problem.

One-off orders are more complex to manufacture, especially when most traditional factories have been set up for larger quantities that produce the same product in hundreds of thousands of units. Reprogramming industrial knitting machines requires technical knowledge and is time and labour intensive making it harder for mid to larger scale factories to adjust to new systems, and to be able to keep track of unique garments within those systems.

Unmade OS allows fashion and sportswear brands to address this issue directly, increasing the responsiveness, flexibility and sustainability of the fashion supply chain.


The Solution

Founded in 2014 by Hal Watts, Ben Alun-Jones and Kirsty Emery, the company offers a software which can help the fashion industry move towards an on-demand supply chain model. The Unmade order management system enables unique knitwear to be produced at an industrial scale for the same cost as mass production.

Their tool allows shoppers to customise the items they buy, within parameters predefined by the brand. Then, the order is sent directly to the factory. Individual and short run orders are therefore integrated into the existing production, which means they can be manufactured at the same cost and speed as mass-produced items.
The software also collects data about the customers’ preferences and design choices, and then uses it to orient the manufacturing and supply chain. This allows the industry to look at producing their products in a completely new way that results in no more excess stock and no more need to sell items with a discount.

Customers are also willing to pay around 20% more for bespoke products that they can customise and be part of the creation themselves.

RESOURCES • DOWNLOADS 

London-based fashion and sportswear software company, Unmade's mission is to bring fashion & sportswear value-chains into the 21st Century.
UnmadeOS removes the guesswork from Production and connects Demand directly to Supply, enabling organisations to offer no compromise designs and sustainable fulfilment to consumers.

With the small designer, speciality and luxury markets looking to produce smaller, bespoke and on-demand products, Unmade has entered the market with a order management system that enables unique knitwear to be produced at an industrial scale with even shorter lead times to solve this problem.

One-off orders are more complex to manufacture, especially when most traditional factories have been set up for larger quantities that produce the same product in hundreds of thousands of units. Reprogramming industrial knitting machines requires technical knowledge and is time and labour intensive making it harder for mid to larger scale factories to adjust to new systems, and to be able to keep track of unique garments within those systems.

Unmade OS allows fashion and sportswear brands to address this issue directly, increasing the responsiveness, flexibility and sustainability of the fashion supply chain.


The Solution

Founded in 2014 by Hal Watts, Ben Alun-Jones and Kirsty Emery, the company offers a software which can help the fashion industry move towards an on-demand supply chain model. The Unmade order management system enables unique knitwear to be produced at an industrial scale for the same cost as mass production.

Their tool allows shoppers to customise the items they buy, within parameters predefined by the brand. Then, the order is sent directly to the factory. Individual and short run orders are therefore integrated into the existing production, which means they can be manufactured at the same cost and speed as mass-produced items.
The software also collects data about the customers’ preferences and design choices, and then uses it to orient the manufacturing and supply chain. This allows the industry to look at producing their products in a completely new way that results in no more excess stock and no more need to sell items with a discount.

Customers are also willing to pay around 20% more for bespoke products that they can customise and be part of the creation themselves.

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