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Apparel Manufacturing

We classified it on the basis of material, design and by craft.

Garment Accessories

We offer a wide range of accessories.

We Export Globally

We have a strong connection with garment factories in different countries.
Young Holly


Young Holly is a trading company based in Hong Kong

The Group is established in 2012, started up with the heat transfer business under the name Young Thinking and then expanded to other garment accessories including batches and appliques.

With offices in both Fujian and Guangzhou of China, it forms strategic manufacturing alliance with more than 40 partners in China. Customer base stretches from USA to Europe.

In 2019 , we came with a big business move by diversifying to garment manufacturing under Young Holly. Supported by Young Thinking and partnering with strong fabric suppliers, our products cover outerwear, sportswear and casual wear for both men’s and women’s.

World's Factory


We Provide Best Solution For Accessories


Why Young Holly?

Strong connection with garment factories in different countries.
As a trader, we can shift production to anywhere subject to the customers’ requirement on costing, quantity and quality. We can do DDP & FOB.
Products range from casual wear, sportswear, streetwear, etc. which allow design crossover.
Strategic alliances with professional suppliers of recycled and functional fabric.


Sustainable manufacturing is a must to secure our future!

A UK study found that 43% of consumers were willing to pay more for sustainable clothing. 90% also said they were willing to buy a product that stated it was 'upcycled" or '100% recyclable'. Consumers are increasingly demanding more sustainable products, including apparel.    Sustainable clothing manufacturing takes into account present needs while also being conscious not to negatively affect future generations.    This means that manufacturers are to make their products in a way that minimizes their environmental impacts while conserving natural resources and energy.

Recycled Fibers

Recycled materials as reprocessed from reclaimed materials by means of a manufacturing process and then made into a final product or component for incorporation into a product. Commonly recycled fibers include polyester, nylon, cotton, wool and down.

Fabric Dead Stock

By using fabrics deadstock or making dyes out of used iron or vegetables, an eco-friendly clothing line can significantly reduce their costs. Deadstock fabric is a rip-off and is actually just available inventory fabric.

Free Energy

Installing solar panels is savings on electricity in the long run. Once the panels are set up, a factory can basically run for free. And, this is an added bonus as they could then be immune to power cuts.