The supplier directory
A comprehensive international database of suppliers of fabric, leather, dyeing, printing, fashion, wardrobe sundries, dry cleaning, manufacturers & disposal.
The majority of Auzinger Textiles are produced in Europe and they hold a range of linens which are GOTS certified.
Avani is a voluntary association collaborating with a cooperative of artisans from the Kumaon region in India. They produce beautiful hand-made wool and silk textiles and garments.
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.
Durán Textiles is an independent Scandinavian company which reproduces eighteenth century textiles. The collection contains pattered silks and hand printed cottons, some with hand painted details.
Ecologic Republic works with buyers in Europe to source and produce organic and fairtrade fabrics including organic cotton and ahimsa silk. They are happy to work on small scale projects.
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.
Fabrications is an independent gallery, shop and studio dedicated to contemporary textile practise and design, with a particular interest in up-cycling and eco design.
Herbal Fab is based in Ahmedabad, India. All fabrics are either naturally dyed/printed (woven only) or coloured using certified low impact dyes (knit and woven available). They sell organic cotton, ahimsa silk, khadi, wood based fibres and special blends.
Hopkins Fabrics sells a certain number of organic and fair-trade fabrics, and also silks which are produced in the UK in an environmentally responsible mill
HOUSE OF WANDERING SILK
House of Wandering Silk is a social enterprise based out of New Delhi. They create beautiful, unique and sustainable products using vintage, up-cycled and hand-loom textiles.
Indigo Handloom produce unique handwoven fabrics. They work in several different areas in South Asia and work with mostly natural fibres such as silk, cotton, wool and linen.
Majestic Silks produce 100% organic ahminsa silk, boiled off and kept in its natural state, ready for dyeing or printing. They are based in Hertfordshire, UK, where they grow Mulberry trees.
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.
Panchachuli works with a social enterprise in Northern India, the Panchachuli Weavers Co-operative, where the women own and manage their own production.
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.
Sawang Boran are an online retailer of ethical silk specialising in indigenous silkworm varieties, organic traditional processes, and natural dyes
Seidentraum are a leading organic silk manufacturer, stocking hundreds of varieties of Bio Silk. They stock organic-silk GOTS certificated, Tussah wild silk, Ahimsa non-violent silk, as well as interesting mixes and blends in a variety of shades.
Taroni’s factory and dyeing process was awarded GOTS certification in 2015 and the company is going to great lengths to be able to fully certify some of their classic piece dyed articles by guaranteeing that the whole process, silk worm to finished garment, be certified GOTS.
Teseo SPA produce 4 different qualities of GOTS certified silk - organza, georgette, crepe satin and crepe de shine
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.
Well Cultivated is an online store selling a mix of ethical items, including bamboo fabric. Their textile range moves from jersey to woven, bamboo silk, bamboo denim, organic fleece.
WILD SILK MARKETS
Wild Silk Markets focus on Conservation through Poverty Alleviation (CPALI) bringing you unique, handmade silk textiles found nowhere else in the world.
WomenWeave, a registered Charitable Trust based in Maheshwar, MP, has supported and developed the role of women in handloom weaving since 2002. Their project links organic and non-organic cotton farmers of Central India with formerly unemployed local women of Maheshwar.