J&O Studio deliver small- and medium-sized production runs with flexible pricing. Book a full cut, make and trim service priced according to run size and complexity. Book a small or medium-sized production run with J&O Studio for a full cut, make and trim service that’s always completed to your absolute satisfaction.
Pricing is flexible, and is based on the size of the run and the complexity of your garment. Production runs are made from your requirements and measurements, and may be undertaken in conjunction with any of the other services we provide at our London garment making studio: pattern cutting, fabric cutting, toiling and fitting, and sampling
We undertake production runs for any client, from students and small clothing manufacturers in London to haute couture and luxury garment designers. Our studio has completed small production runs for some of the most recognised names in the industry. We have also delivered production runs for London-based retailers, designers, and independent clients.
Every production is attended to by our expert dressmakers, whose expertise and long experience is matched only by their love for their work. Each production run is a labour of love, whether it’s a creation from the world of high fashion or the latest line for a high street store.
Our production runs are completed quickly and accurately, and created to the precise specifications of the client. We can advise on issues that occur with the pre-production sample. J&O Studio also provides the full range of dressmaking services, from pattern cutting and toiling to sampling.
In the garment making industry, time isn’t the only thing that costs money. Fabric can be expensive, and it’s important to control costs with accurate, neat and tidy cutting and trimming. Our cut, make and trim production service is undertaken with an accuracy born of years in the business, and a neatness and tidiness that comes from our obsessive love of perfection.
From the smallest commission to the biggest name, our productions are completed to the highest possible standards–both in terms of the finished garment, and the behind-the-scenes processes we have in place to minimise waste and maximise the efficiency of production.