We source fabric with an intent to lessen the pressures fashion and textiles put onto the planet.

We are proud to have a large and comprehensive selection of natural, sustainable fibres to present to the fabric retail market.

Our sustainable fabric range includes Tencel™, Modal ™ from Lenzing group Austria , The Bemberg Cupro™ from the Asahi Kasei Japan, also Corn Fibre & Orange Fibre.

Our Tencel and Modal products are created from an innovative wood-based cellulose fibre process that creates a highly soft and beautiful fibres. Using closed-loop production, 99.8% of the solvents and dyes used in this process are reused. The end product is biodegradable and compostable. All these factors create ideal, eco-friendly fabrics.

Cupro is made for cotton linter, usually a waste product. Incredibly smooth, breathable and antistatic

Our deadstock prints are from Italy, China, South korea and Japan. The material is mix with Cotton, linen and viscose.

Deadstock is fabric produced that is no longer needed and is regarded as waste. Fabric like this is a common byproduct of fast fashion, we source deadstock to minimise production of new fabrics and use what has already been made. Deadstock fabric allows us to buy exclusive prints and provide unique fabrics to the market.

The Fibre from sunlight and CO2

   The raw material is produced from the certified regenerable beech wood farm. The only resources it needed are sunlight, water and CO2. Cellulose is the most important botanic building material on earth – and the basis for wood.

The nature’s cycle of fibre