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NEW JERSEY & BOSTON DIVISION
Cravatta began manufacturing neckwear in 2008. It quickly expanded into a full cut and sew garment manufacturer offering essential collection development services to the emerging and independent fashion designer market throughout North America. We now service women’s wear, menswear and novelty products development and production. At Cravatta we have skilled and experienced pattern makers, fabric cutters, sample makers, production seamstresses and consultants. Attention to detail and inspection of each garment is the standard course of business at Cravatta.
Cravatta focuses on keeping apparel manufacturing jobs in America and will continue to do so in the future. Cravatta has a 1,500 square foot fully functioning sewing factory located in Blackwood, NJ. The NJ based factory is approximately 15 minutes from Philadelphia and convenient to NYC and DC. All production takes place onsite. In late March 2012 Cravatta opened an office on Newbury Street in Boston, MA. The second sewing factory is located in the Seaport District in Boston, Massachusetts and beginning January 2014 has a dedicated 1,000 sq. ft. facility.
At Cravatta we realize there are numerous hidden costs affiliated with production overseas that are not revealed until the end of your production run. We work daily with our designers to educate them on how to cost effectively launch and produce their collections in the USA. We are fully insured.
Small to medium production runs
Men's and Women's garments
SMS & CMT
Cut & Sew
Wholesale Fabric and Trim Sourcing Worldwide
Full consulting services for collection design and development
Pattern and Sample Making
HISTORY OF THE NAME CRAVATTA
cravat [kre' vat] noun - a long piece of fabric worn around the neck
The word originates from the mid-17th Century from the French 'cravate', German 'krabat' and Serbo-Croat 'hrvat', though cloth being worn around the neck dates back to Ancient Egypt.
Knotted neckerchiefs of Croatian mercenaries during The Thirty Years War sparked the interest of the fashionable French King Louis XIV, and the style has since continued to progress.
CRAVATTA is Italian for necktie.