Sourcing & Supply | Fairtrade/community suppliers


Sourcing & Supply | Fairtrade/community suppliers

This group is for fairtrade, cooperative and community suppliers of fashion and textiles related products

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Comment by Offset Warehouse on July 15, 2014 at 17:54

Is it possible to make Haute Couture with Ethical Fabrics? an article by Katie Thomas:

Comment by Offset Warehouse on June 26, 2014 at 12:56

Hi everyone! Just a quick message to let you know we have new Banana fabrics! Fairtrade, organic and absolutely gorgeous:

Comment by chaitanya arora on May 11, 2014 at 7:02

Hi There...

I would be in London from 21-22 May ..Anyone interested in organic fabrics..get in touch...stockist and wholesaler from India 10 years selling beautiful organic fabrics..

would be carrying all swatches and samples for review...

I would love to meet anyone interested in buying organic fabrics or wants to discuss eco fashion...mail me on


Comment by Sebastian Gluschak on July 2, 2013 at 11:38

Hi all!

As a social business we as KANCHA ( produce mobile gadget accessories from felt & leather in Kyrgyzstan in a sustainable and fair trade manner. If you are interested, follow our progress on Facebook! If there is anybody out there who has experience in processing felt for fashion, would be happy to connect!


Comment by Emma Scullion on February 25, 2013 at 9:22

Hi guys, 

I wonder if anyone here has experience of importing to the UK from east Africa? If you do would you mind 5 mins for a chat and a few words of advice or can any one reccommend a logistics company to talk to? 

Many thanks


Comment by Ranganathan on July 24, 2012 at 4:46

We are textile manufacturing and supplying all type of certified organic  knit wear garments. Our Company specializing in

ORGANIC TEXTILES and other eco-friendly products. We have made organics lively and colorful. All our organic products are certified by agencies such as ETKO (of TURKY) and specifications such as GOTS (Global Organic Textiles Standards.) We place emphasis on both environment and health. We continually research and develop lively and fashionable products which also meet the eco-friendly and health criteria. We are among the most knowledgeable and most advanced organic textile companies. Our products range includes home textiles, apparels, organic

Comment by Maiya on July 10, 2012 at 20:05

Maiya Eco/Ethical Fabric Stockroom Sale

Beautiful fabrics offered at reduced prices: perfect for fashion students and start-up ethical fashion labels alike

Price per meter or further discount if whole roll purchased

Please ask for a delivery price quote

Please click on the following link to view fabric:

Stockroom Sale Catalogue

For more information or to place your order please email:

Comment by Athena Bentila - MuMu organic on April 1, 2012 at 7:38

Watch the Video of MuMu organic SS12 collection backstage shooting

Comment by Eternal Creation on November 3, 2011 at 7:05

Hello - we are new to this group.


We are the Fairtrade fashion label Eternal Creation.  We produce a range of ethical fashion for women, men and children at our Fairtrade certified Himalaya Tailoring Centre in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas.

We also open our tailoring centre to other fashion labels for manufacturing and production. 


If you are interested in having your collection ethically produced at our Fairtrade tailoring centre, please contact us at


You can also read more about the Himalaya Tailoring Centre at


(from Eternal Creation / Himalaya Tailoring Centre)

Comment by Nicola Thornley on June 16, 2011 at 14:28

Hi all.


I'm working with a couple of new projects which are looking for producers who are able to produce high-quality products in collaboration with high-end designers. 


Designs and product development assistance will be provided, but suppliers must be able to produce to a high quality.


Products can be clothes, accessories or trims. 


Producers should have an ethical/environmental focus: i.e. fairtrade, sustainable development, women empowerment, craft preservation, using environmentally friendly materials, etc.


We will be visiting suppliers in the next few months so please get in touch asap!


If you are interested or want to know more, please contact me:



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