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THE D.N.A. GROUP

Startup Friendly

Joined September, 2017

The D.N.A. Group is a creative development, manufacturing, and brand management firm created to help designers establish a presence within the industry. Our goal is to provide a platform where designers, either emerging or established, can have access to services, craftsmen, and other additional talents, which will help them to launch a fully realized collection.

Manufacturer Lingerie Underwear Coats/Jackets Shirts Dresses Skirts North America

Apparel Categories Lingerie | Underwear | Coats/Jackets | Shirts | Dresses | Skirts
Styles Casual | Formal
Genders Women
Production Lead Time N/A
Minimum Order Quantity 10
Monthly Production Capacity N/A
Sample Creation Time N/A
Sample Cost N/A
Document Required for Sample Making Pattern, Sketch, etc
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Manufacturer Capabilities

Pattern Making

Yes

Makes Product Packaging?

N/A

Designs Product Packaging?

N/A

Helps With Product Concept Design?

Yes

Does White Labeling?

N/A

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Price and Quality by Production Country

USA

Production available in this country.
Price:
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THE D.N.A. GROUP
2565 3RD STREET, UNIT 319 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94107
San Francisco, USA



Reviews


I worked with the DNA group for a few months. And after paying them thousands of dollars and having multiple issues with them, I eventually had to get my samples re-made. For the "too long, didn't read" type people, here's the short version: they lied to me many times about the status of my project, and ignored a lot of my design requests, and I was left with the harsh reality of filming a Kickstarter video with unfinished, not-fitted samples. Also, they lied to me A LOT. Whenever something wasn't done on time, they just made up an excuse. To summarize, here are the things that they were supposed to do that they either screwed up, or completely did not do: branding on the back of my hoodie, denim jacket distressing, setting me up with their screen printer with enough time to actually complete the project, ordering fabrics, ordering ribbon with enough foresight to not have it arrive the day AFTER my video, sample fittings, and having my design files done on time. Oh and having me go to the fabric warehouse to buy buttons for them because they didn't buy enough. That was just the icing on the cake. Not to mention all the times they lied to my face, like saying that they had asked their printers if they could take the project on, when the printers were saying they were never consulted and could not take on the project. Every time I tried to hold them accountable for a timeline, I was told either "well that will take too long so we can't do that" OR "that'll take five minutes so we're not going to do it ahead of time." This attitude completely killed my project.