Click on the clothing business categories below to see detailed descriptions of pre-qualified businesses.
|Leather Goods||Tailoring, Alterations, Seamstresses|
Representatives and distributors of Angela Moore Inc., Barefoot Parties, Butterfly Worldwide LLC, Chic Pursenality Inc., Claire Murray Home Gallery, Destinations Fashions, Million Wishes, Nefful U.S.A. Inc., Occasionally Handbags, Purse Party, PURSEnality Etcetera, Schu La La, The Finest Accessories Inc. and Weekenders USA Inc. are eligible operations for this classification.
Merchandise consists of undergarments, hosiery items, sleepwear, and accessories. Items are displayed, demonstrated, and sold directly to the consumer via mail order catalogues and/or arranging parties, generally in private homes to an individual or a small group. Adult toys are not eligible under this class.
Representatives and distributors of Essential Bodywear, Jeunique International Inc., Jockey Person to Person and Nefful U.S.A. Inc. are eligible operations for this classification.
Consists of individuals who manufacture leather items including luggage; briefcases; handbags; purses; wallets; belts; cases for keys, cards, coins, glasses, jewelry and toiletries; and other leather accessories and novelties. The products may be constructed of total or partial-leather content, and may include wood, metal, plastic reinforcements, and hardware. The individual may receive fully tanned leathers from tanneries or may opt to handle the final stages of tanning themselves. Animal/pet accessories are not eligible under this class.
Representatives and distributors of Nefful U.S.A. Inc. have been prequalified and are eligible operations for this classification.
Act of marking with a design composed of one or more letters, typically the initials of a name, used as an identifying mark. The monogram can be sewn onto fabric by hand or by machine or engraved onto metals. If done in conjunction with other crafts, show as secondary business.
Consists of shoe repair, shoe dying, sneaker rebuilding, filling orthopedic shoe prescriptions, repair of orthopedic devices, handbag and luggage repair, zipper repair or replacement, and leather coat and jacket alterations and repair. Materials used in this business include: heavy-duty sewing machines, automatic shoe buffers, leathers, threads, plastic and rubber heels and soles, nails and tacks, hammers, knives, shoe polishes, rags, glues, foot measuring equipment, chairs, etc.
Tailoring, Alterations, Seamstresses*
Tailors make, alter, and repair articles of clothing. A tailor will alter clothing so that it fits a person better. A seamstress makes a living by sewing. In addition to altering, zippers may be replaced or repaired, and buttons may be attached.
*NOTE – IN STATES WHERE APPROVED: Communicable Disease Exclusion will be attached to all policies written for this class.