WE CONNECT FABRIC SUPPLIERS WITH SUSTAINABLE DESIGNERS IN OUR WHOLESALE FABRIC & TEXTILE MARKETPLACE

Deadstock fabric recovered from mills, suppliers and makers. Emerging Designers and small boutiques can repurpose deadstock, overstock and unwanted fabric to create garments for their sustainable brands.

SUSTAINABLE FABRICS

We provide alternative models for designers to access sustainable fabrics at wholesale prices in low minimum quantities.

Selling deadstock, overstock and unused fabric to sustainable designers promotes a circular economy in the fashion industry..

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Fabric mills, suppliers, and garment makers can repurpose deadstock, overstock and unused fabric by selling to sustainable designers–keeping fabric out of landfills and incinerators.

Wholesale fabric sold through an online fabric and textile marketplace allows fabric suppliers to sell their deadstock, overstock and unused fabric to sustainable designers at wholesale prices in low quantities.

SHIP DIRECT

We ship direct from fabric supplier to buyer to streamline resources and reduce additional waste in the fashion supply chain.

Featured Deadstock Textiles

  • GOTS Organic Cotton Poplin - Jet Black ($3.50/yd)
    Regular price
    $29,046.50
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    $29,046.50
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  • GOTS Organic Cotton Poplin - Quiet Shade Grey ($3.50/yd)
    Regular price
    $10,720.50
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    $10,720.50
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The Sustainery measures environmental impact in lbs of fabric sold on the marketplace

IMPACT STATEMENT:

The time to change is now

"Sustainability must be built into the very DNA of a company’s strategy"

OP-ED: Kering’s Marie-Claire Daveu on why COP26 should be the moment that changes the fashion industry forever.

By Marie-Claire Daveu

Kering chief sustainability and institutional affairs officer writes exclusively for Vogue Business on COP26.

November 2021

Marie-Claire Daveu

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Landfill full of trash - Textiles are the #2 global polluter.

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Designers planning fabric needs and purchases

Can Fabric Waste Become Fashion's Resource?

COVID-19 has broken fashion’s supply chain. As a result, an already wasteful industry has become more wasteful. Is there a chance to turn waste into opportunity?

Written by Geoffrey Jones, Isidor Straus Professor of Business History and Shelly Xu, founder of Shelly Xu Design, a fashion startup that creates zero-waste clothing designs, for Forbes.com.

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Micro Trends Accelerating Fashion Cycles and Rise in Waste

Micro-trends: The Acceleration of Fashion Cycles and Rise in Waste

The fashion industry’s waste issue is alarming and is perpetuated by mainstream micro-trends and the shortening of fashion cycles...so what can be done?

Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) Blog by Mariel Nelson.

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