It all starts with a little inspiration...
Founder, Meg starts each collection with “research” (A.K.A drawing inspiration from textiles and fabrics, color, and fashion history). Then, she creates a mood board to capture her vision.
Meg takes her ideas and puts them on paper. Sketching, again, and again—until they’re just right. Technical flats and tech packs are then created; which include technical information and construction details of each garment. From there, the pattern and first fit sample are developed.
Getting it right.
Once the patterns and first fit samples are created, it’s time for the first fitting… and then a second… and maybe even a third. (Meg’s a perfectionist when it comes to making the garment look just right.)
Turning cloth into clothing.
Once the style is approved, the patterns are digitized, graded and then cut. Last (but certainly not least), Kim Beaulieu, the President of Manufacturing at Assemble Lab, oversees production and ensures that the garments you love and wear are impeccably sewn for a perfect fit.