Fashion is one of the greatest business ideas that have taken the world in a bang. Everywhere you go, you will find new fashion designs and new fashion items and creative means of promoting the fashion goods.
Since its introduction to the fashion world in the early 1900s, the zipper has become one of the most common fastening items, up there with the button. Often taking for granted, we use it every day without noticing its significance, let alone its history.
The 23rd Hong Kong FWSS (Fashion Week for SS) ended on July 7th at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre. The four-day event was organized by HKTDC (Hong Kong Trade Development Council), attracting over 13 thousand buyers across 68 regions and countries.
Applied to the printing of novelty items earlier, such as T-shirts, polyester tops, etc., heat transfer printing has now enjoyed great popularity in a variety of industries, the apparel industry in particular. It can be applied to a wide range of products, including T-shirts, sports apparel, jackets, caps, swimsuits, tote bags, crystals &rhinestones, chips, ceramic tiles, displays, signage, banners, metals, wood, mugs, etc.
Zippers come in varying types and sometimes choosing one can be a daunting and confusing task with so many options available. Not only that, but also there are many ways to classify a zipper, the difference of the slider, the functionality, the material of which it’s made, etc.
The zipper pouch is a type of flexible packaging with a plastic zip installed on its opening. There are currently 2 types of zipper pouches, either transparent or semi-transparent. They are applied to a variety of fields, including food & beverages, cosmetics, etc.