Think of IQ as your orchestra conductor, where we seamlessly coordinate every step of the design, production and delivery phases to create a harmonious brand experience. From our initial consultation to the moment your custom apparel and merchandise arrive at their destination, we’ve got every detail covered.

Partner with a Professional Designer & Concierge

One of the unique aspects of our service is that you’ll be working directly with a professional designer from our team. This designer is not just an expert in aesthetics but also in understanding which customization method will best bring your vision to life. They will be your personal guide through the creative process, ensuring the final product is perfectly attuned to your brand’s needs.

Your Unique Experience in Four Steps

Analize Needs

Analize Needs

Our first step is to sit down and really get to know you—your brand, your vision, and your specific needs. We believe that the best solutions come from a deep understanding of the challenges and aspirations at hand.

Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning

Once we understand what you’re looking for, we plan each movement like a composer arranging a symphony. We outline every detail, from design to delivery, making sure each element harmonizes with your brand’s spirit.

Flexible Fulfillment

Flexible Fulfillment

We recognize that no two brands are alike. Whether you need same-day shipping, staggered deliveries, or specialized packaging, our fulfillment process adapts to meet your specific requirements.

Feedback Loop

Feedback Loop

Our relationship doesn’t end once your items are delivered. We believe in an ongoing dialogue, continually refining our approach based on your feedback, to ensure we’re always in tune with your evolving needs.

Our Expertise

We specialize in the Design, Development, and Manufacturing of custom apparel and merchandise. Our customization methods include

Sublimation printing is a technique that uses heat sensitive inks. These inks turn into gas under the influence of heat and combine with a 100% polyester medium. Since the ink becomes part of the structure of the material, the images on the fabric don't fade or crack – even after multiple washings.

Embroidery is defined as the art of decorating fabrics with a flat pattern with sewn-on designs using colored threads. It is made of simple threads or sometimes materials such as pearls, precious stones, and sequins are integrated. It is used commercially in product branding, corporate advertising, and uniform adornment. It is also used in the fashion industry to decorate garments and apparel.

DTF stands for Direct To Film. This technique involves printing your design directly onto a film and then transferring it to a T-shirt made of cotton, polyester, or their blends, regardless of their colour, as it can work with white ink. This pre-printed film is binded to the garment through heat and pressure from a heat-press machine. The DTF transfer can achieve photo-quality images and is superior to sublimation. The image quality will be better and more vivid with the higher polyester content of the fabric. For DTF, the design on the fabric feels soft to the touch.

The basic process of screen printing involves creating a stencil on a mesh screen and then pushing the ink to create and print the design on the surface on any fabric or garment. A design can be printed in a maximum of 7 colors with screen printing. If your design has more colors, we recommend the DTF option.

This simply means that a fabric or product has been washed in order to prevent further shrinkage and to make the fibres as soft as possible. Garment washing is a technology within the textile production process, which is used to modify the appearance, increase comfortability, and adjust to fashion trends of the garments. The main advantage of garment washing is the retention of size and shape. An industrial apparel washing is a technology. The technology which is used to modify the outlook, appearance, comfortability and design of the readymade apparel made from solid color dyed or pigment printed fabric is called garment washing.

Various Types Of Garment Wash:
Normal Wash
Normal washing is the simplest type of washing with lowest washing cost. By this system, starch materials present in the new garment are removed together with dirt, hence after wash the garments feel soft during use. During normal wash on garments, washing effect could be varied by altering washing temperature, washing time, quantity of detergent used etc.

Pigment Wash
Pigment washing process is similar to normal washing process. Apparels are made from pigment dyed or pigment printed fabric. Then the apparels are subjected to pigment washing. By this washing, fading effect is produced in the garments.

Bleach Wash
There is a similarity between bleach and pigment washing. In both the cases, partial color fading effect is produced. In case of bleach washing, the fabrics of the apparels are normally dyed with direct or reactive dye.

Stone Wash
It is done on the garments made from heavy fabrics like denim and jeans. It is a very popular wash. Due to this type of washing, different types of irregular color fading effect is produced.

Acid Wash
Apparels made from denim and heavy jeans fabric are normally considered for acid wash. Fading effect is produced in irregular pattern by the use of pumic stone. Garments like trouser and jackets are frequently washed by acid washing technique.

Enzyme Wash
Enzyme wash is done on the apparels made from heavy fabrics like jeans and denim. Cellulose enzyme is used for this type of wash. This cellulose enzymes hydrolysis the projecting hairy cotton fibres of the apparels fabric surfaces and also removes color.

Sand Blasting
It is a mechanical process of faded effect formation of apparels made from heavy fabrics like denim and jeans. At present, sand blasting is a very popular form of garment washing. The sand blasting process is normally followed by a wash or dyeing process. The subsequent wash may be a normal, bleach, enzyme wash etc.

Super White Wash
Super white washing is done on the apparels made from cotton grey fabrics. Due to this type of washing, the apparels become extremely white. Washing is done in three steps.

Caustic Wash
In the case of caustic wash, pre-treatment and printing of the garments fabric is little bit different than the normal process. Normally printing on fabric is done after pre-treatment of grey fabric that is desizing, scouring and bleaching. But in case of caustic wash, printing is done on the fabric without pre-treatment of the fabric. These fabrics are used to manufacture apparels. Then the apparels are subjected to caustic wash. During caustic wash 20% - 30% pigment is washed out, as a result different color fading effect is produced in the apparels.

It is a dyeing technique which consists in dyeing an already finished garment, giving it a worn look and a soft touch. The garment is immersed in special tanks filled with a mix of pigments that has been carefully designed to guarantee the fabrics have unique colours. It’s a technique, not a particular type of dye. The typical method for adding color to a garment (like a sweatshirt) is through a process called piece-dying, which means the fabric roll is dyed before it’s cut into a pattern and sewn together. Piece-dyeing fabric creates an even color without variation. Garment-dyeing flips the process around; the sweatshirt is sewn first, then washed in color.

In general, garment-dyed clothes have a cool washed-out look. Since some interior tags are attached before the garment-dyeing process, you may find that they’re the same color as the piece. Seams may be another clue, since dye also coats sewing thread during the coloring process. But keep in mind that seams may absorb the dye differently, depending on what the thread is made of. It has become popular in recent days due to cost saving and fashion trends. Also it is capable to react much closer to actual market demand if the apparel is post dyed which reduces lead time and increases forecasting accuracy.