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      Chyna from Austin, Texas wants to start a clothing line, but she doesn’t know of any fashion design software to try out.

      First, I pointed her towards VStitcher, which is the industry leader in 3D apparel design. Luckily, it comes with a free trial version.

      I also told Chyna to check out CLO3D, a program that designers use to simulate 3D garments. Once you’ve designed your clothes, you can switch to 2D sewing patterns. It’s the perfect way to bring your clothing designs to life.

      There are also a lot of great Adobe programs that can help. Here’s a link to different Adobe Creative Cloud plans.

      Adobe Illustrator is the best fit for an aspiring fashion designer like Chyna. It costs about $20 a month.

      If she decides to go down this route, I recommend Backbone PLM, an Adobe Illustrator plug-in that lets you pick specific lengths for shirts, collars and more.

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