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Press Release: Private Label Clothing LLC

October 29, 2020

Denim maker Private Label Clothing LLC announces the release of a new white label premium jeans line for men and women planned for January 2021.

The women styles comprise 3 jeans styles, a mid rise skinny, high rise boyfriend and a straight leg. The men’s line has a skinny, relaxed and slim fit. Each model will be available in 3 washes, light, medium or dark wash denim.

The garments will be delivered in 3 weeks or less, with a branded woven main label at no additional charge. Customers choose from 3 label formats, indicate what to print on the label and what colors to use. Customizations like deconstruction, abrasion, patching and laser treatments will be available as options directly from the website. Optional branded trim like real leather back patches and custom buttons and rivets can also be added to the order.

Each style will be in 12 pieces prepacks with a predetermined size breakdown. The minimum quantity per order is 120 pieces. It can be any combination of styles and washes in increments of 12.

Pricing has yet to be determined, the company is aiming for a range of $19.50 to $22.50 per piece with air freight and duty included. The company hopes to fill the gap in the denim market by allowing more boutiques and online retailers to offer their own store brand jeans lines. The move follows an increased demand for high quality jeans in even smaller quantities than their private label MOQ of 50 pieces per style and color.

About the company:

Established in 2018,, Private Label Clothing LLC is a denim manufacturer based in Los Angeles, their main production facilities are in Lahore Pakistan. Due to the current circumstances, their domestic made in USA services are limited. They offer high quality denim clothing in full packages both private and white label with low minimums and reasonable prices. The target market is small to mid size boutiques, online retailers, designers and established clothing brands. One of the founders says their job is helping people make their denim dreams come to life.