The supplier directory

A comprehensive international database of suppliers of fabric, leather, dyeing, printing, fashion, wardrobe sundries, dry cleaning, manufacturers & disposal.

Tags: trade

ECOSSAR

Ecossar is an importer of cloth and accessories made from a mix of pineapple and cotton fibre.
They represent Piña, a local Philippine enterprise.

FAIRSEW

Fairsew is a garment manufacturer based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. They are committed to fair treatment of their employees providing them with a safe working environment, offering benefits well above the minimum levels for garment workers in Cambodia and providing staff with opportunities for further learning and development.

HIMALAYA TAILORING CENTRE

The Himalaya Tailoring Centre Pvt. Ltd. is a certified member of the Fair Trade Forum of India (affiliated with the World Fair Trade Organisation). Their team of world class tailors are trained in classical tailoring techniques and have gained a reputation for their careful attention to detail and beautiful finishing.

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.

JACOB’S WELL

Jacobs Well is an international fair trade fashion production house, transforming the lives of India’s urban poor. Jacobs Well bespoke fair trade CMT unit is supported by a UK team. They offer sampling and small run production for new, emerging high end designers and small business start-ups.

MYAK

MYak purchase 100% traceable wools directly from nomadic communities in Tibet. The Yak wool is entirely woven by expert craftsmen in Italy producing a fabric as fine as cashmere.

NORLHA

Norlha trains and employs Tibetan nomads on the high plateau to process fibre from their yaks. Norlha combines traditional techniques with more modern technology to create luxurious textiles in an endless variety of patterns and weights, suitable for all seasons.

O ECO TEXTILES

O Ecotextiles wants to change the way textiles are made by proving that it’s possible to produce luxurious,sensuous fabrics in ways that are non-toxic, ethical and sustainable

OFFSET WAREHOUSE

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.

ORGANIC TEXTILE COMPANY

The Organic Textile Company are a small, family run business based in Wales. They hold over two hundred types of organic cotton, bamboo and linen based ethical fashion fabrics and fair trade fabrics. They also hold organic cotton lappet and embroidered fabric.

PATAGONIA

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

Raymond Uco Denim

Raymond Uco Denimare a vertically integrated denim fabric manufacturer that produces denim using Cotton, Cotton Elastane, Post Consumer Waste Cotton, Recycled Polyster, Hemp, Linen, Elasterell-P, Nylon, Viscose, Modal, Lyocell, Wool, Polyster.
Their factory has a state of the art waste water treatment facility that is designed to contain and treat all internal process/utility waste water and storm/firewater, with the objective of zero liquid discharge from the
plant.

SAWANG BORAN

Sawang Boran are an online retailer of ethical silk specialising in indigenous silkworm varieties, organic traditional processes, and natural dyes

Svarna

SVARNA Textiles Ltd. is a leading manufacturer and exporter of exclusive hand-woven and machine-woven fabrics, scarves, and madeups from India. Based in Kolkata, West Bengal, their aim is to provide employment for local communities and their fabrics are produced with a minimum carbon footprint.

TRUECOLOURS TEXTILES

Truecolours Textiles is a specialised online shop for certified organic fabrics including organic and fair trade cotton, silk, and handspun wool

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.