The  label ‘August’ uses an  award  winning  patented  technology ‘DPOL’  that supports  sustainability.  Using DPOL, one can produce ready to stitch shaped woven garment components which are finished at the edges by selvedge. This considerably increases fabric utilization efficiency by approx 15%-22% (by reducing the wastage**) and reduces lead time by approx 50%.  DPOL supports sustainability by reducing chemical and other wastages by 17%-20%, thus imparting the eco-friendly nature to the apparels right from the inception of the process to develop the garments. DPOL technique facilitates waste reduction and efficiency improvement by its unique capability to weave fabric with proper placement of design in the form of patterns leading to drastic savings.

‘August’ sources the scrapped yarns and weaves the fabric in shape of respective ‘Garment Components’ directly using its patented technology ‘DPOL’. Since the components are directly woven in respective shapes, the question of fabric wastage (around 15%-22%) during conventional pattern cutting and stitching is ruled out using ‘DPOL’. August introduces new innovative weaves, interesting textures etc, that adds structure to the garments.

Usage of Dyes, Chemicals, Finishes etc are reduced by 17% to 20%. The increase in fabric efficiency by 15%-22% inflicts ripple savings on the entire weaving process by saving upon energy, time, labor hours, fibers, yarns, etc in same proportion i.e. by 15%-22%.Apart from the eco-friendly aspect of the innovation, there are many notable uniqueness, some of these are: Continuity of design, proportionate design, non repeatable design and motifs, seamlessness etc. Garments of multiple, colors, textures, weaves etc can be produced using a single lot of yarns on the machine using ‘DPOL’ thereby reducing downtime and ‘Normal Losses’ of Textile/ Apparel industry drastically ( Around 150 designer apparel of different color and type on our website, belong to the same lot.)

Using ‘DPOL’, design is imparted to the garment at the time of its weaving thus reducing the cost, time and energy for embroidery or printing. The design lies embedded into the garments thereby adding new dimension to designing.With the use of said technology texturised, woven fabric of any possible design and intricacy can be obtained, embroidery or surface ornamentation is required can be avoided. With design fed into the machine one can get ready to stitch patterns as per the fit of the end customer as desired. The entire process of designing and production can be condensed down to 4-6 hours using the technology.

The label with its tool DPOL introduces world to new designing concepts, Continuity of design, non repeatability of design and motifs, proportionate design, light weight embedded design into the fabric which is neither embroidery nor print, seamlessness and design- grain line independence.All the five above mentioned features gives new dimension to the designing and proves to be indispensible tools for designers.

** Other basic pattern cutting techniques increase efficiency by increasing their fabric consumption (which would have been wasted as gap loss while pattern cutting) whereas ‘DPOL’ increases the fabric utilization by reducing the wastage by 15%-22%.




Q.1)  What is special in Label August ? What’s the innovation?

Ans. August uses  'DPOL' technology which is a patent of its designer and promoters .It produces ready to stitch shaped woven garment components. This considerably reduces fabric loss by approx 15-20% and lead time by approx 50%. The DPOL technology can be used to manufacture high quality fashion garments with mitering at various panels with respect to one another in a garment, The method provides a new dimension for designing and can support the creativity of a designer many folds.


Q.2) What’s the USP? How is it better than normal production technique?

Ans. The said technology saves time, increases utilization of material, labor cost, and moreover it provides a new dimension to designers. The most important factor is that it supports smaller orders too, Order as small as a single unit, one can get garments according to their own fit, style and need. It provides uniqueness in terms of what one wears, making apparel as piece of art.


Q.3) Has it been tested?

Ans. Yes, the technology has been tested and acknowledged at several national level conferences, seminars and workshops.


Q.4) What is the minimum and maximum order quantity that the technology can produce?

Ans. Minimum- Unity, Maximum- No Limit


Q.5) What are the machine involved? Is it hardware or software?

Ans.  It is a combination of software process along with some available hardware modifications


Q.6) Can it integrate fit/ style as per individual’s requirement?

Ans.  Yes, as the designing/ patterning is done on soft media. One can get a garment of desired fit, style or feature as per individual requirements in a couple of hours.


Q.7) Can it produce all kinds of fabrics? How many colors at a time?

Ans. Yes it can produce and fabric, can handle any kind of yarn, and colors


Q.8) What it can add to the existing design?

Ans.  It can give a new dimension to the designers, presently designers source normal fabrics and do the surface ornamentation (embroidery/prints etc ) whenever required .The method gives an opportunity to put the design into the fabrics. The right weave ( design ) at the right place on the garment, e.g. one can have different weaves( or designs ) on  pockets/ collars/ cuffs/ placket  wherever required. Weaves can produce different textures and designs as desired. Fabrics can be designed as per the final silhouette of the final garment so that right kind of design falls at right place and right time its very flexible.


Q.9) Mass market or luxury?

Ans. It can support both mass market (upper segment ) and luxury segment. Technology can put designs into the MMA section which were never seen in  the said section with only a slight appraisal in cost. It can provide new dimension to design in MMA section too


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