You want to launch your own clothing line but, truth time, it’s super f*cking confusing. You have an idea of what silhouettes you want but where do you find the fabric, trims or a good factory to work with? And when you do find all the “right” suppliers, the learning curve on how to work with each of them is steep.

I’ve heard all of the horror stories of spending weeks or months lost in the dark depths of the internet trying to find the right partner only to send out your introduction email and get no response. Silence.

So, I created something to pull you out of the darkness and back into the light.

A streamlined process that allows you to have the vision and for us to execute on it. Let’s be real, you have a business to run. Products to sell, relationships to build. You don’t have time to learn the ins and outs of the apparel industry.

Luckily, I’m bringing 15 years of experience designing, developing and sourcing clothing to the table. Never mind all the amazing suppliers I have in my toolkit that help my team bring your ideas to life.

With one off Strategy Calls, a Private Label collection and done for you Custom Apparel services we have something for every vision and every budget.

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After graduating for the fashion design program at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2004, Lisa moved to New York to work in the children’s wear district as a cost engineer for a wholesale children’s dress company.

With a longing to get back to the west coast, she moved to San Francisco in 2006 where she worked in product development, production management, sourcing and merchandising at Gap Inc.

In 2010 she made the move back to Vancouver, Canada and worked in a variety of roles for lululemon including supporting in the implementation of their first PLM system (Product Lifecycle Management) and managing the operation of the women’s design team.

Two babies later, while on mat leave in 2016, Lisa discovered that the fashion business was changing. Online selling was becoming the norm and the barriers to entry for smaller fashion businesses were disappearing.

She decided to create a business where she could bring her expertise of how to build beautiful product to female entrepreneurs that were looking to start their own clothing line.

The world of work is changing and Lisa is passionate about enabling women to work and create a business in ways that support their lifestyle. All Sorts Creative works with a team of highly skilled contractors to execute their client’s vision and ultimately strives to empowering women to create financial success by cultivating their creativity.





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