The supplier directory
A comprehensive international database of suppliers of fabric, leather, dyeing, printing, fashion, wardrobe sundries, dry cleaning, manufacturers & disposal.
Centro Seta have developed BacxTM, the first and only collection of refined and contemporary new generation silk fabrics. They hold multiple qualities which are 100% Made in Italy with 100% traceability.
EcoAlf create clothing and accessories made entirely from recycled materials. Their down filled jackets come with a detailed guarantee of their warmth and water resistance, which can rival any of the top brands such as North Face or RAB in terms of warmth, durability and price.
Ecological Textiles offer a wide range of fabrics, fibres, yarns and dyes for fashion and interiors.
The fabrics are made using fibres such as wool, hemp and bamboo.
•Womenswear fashion label •Recycled and reclaimed materials •Unique pieces •Ships from the UK
Lebenskleidung are specialized in environmentally sound and fairly produced organic cotton and silk fabrics.
MacCulloch Wallis stock a small rage of organic tape, cord, ribbon and fringe, as well as Gutterman recycled polyester thread.
Offset Warehouse is UK based online shop which aims to take the hassle out of buying ethical textiles and trims. They stock an ever-increasing range of the best available ethical fabrics, trims, haberdashery and paints, and all are of the highest quality.
Patagonia is the largest outdoor clothing manufacturer committed to responsible manufacturing. They sell almost two hundred different items which have been certified fair trade, and all of the cotton used in their clothing is 100% certified organic
Pickering International has been a pioneer of eco and sustainable fabric suppliers since 1992. They offer organic cotton and linen, hemp, wool, soy bean, bamboo and recycled fibres.
Stitch Organics is a UK online retailer that specialises in organic and ethically sourced fabrics and haberdashery.
They stock a small range of GOTS certified organic cotton batiste, muslin, poplin, jersey and prints, as well as organic elastic, zips and a range of recycled buttons
TESSILE ECO BIO
Tessile Eco Bio produce fabrics that are made 100% in Europe. They have Gots certification for their cotton, linen and wool- 100% or in blends with a 30% maximum of natural fibres and again certified fabrics.