Recent graduate in fashion design from Kingston University, London. After receiving good feedback from my dissertation on ethical fashion it has encouraged me to be ethical throughout my design. I aim creating a collection to encourage consumers that eco-friendly clothing can be luxurious and savvy.
Career history / Company history:
Placements; Saltwater, Burlington, Giles Deacon
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We manufacture handmade silk and cotton fabrics. Tussar x Tussar, tussar x Cotton, Eri, Tussar x Zari etc, yarn dyed and piece dyed We also supply yarn as per the requirements. We work directly with weavers communities for our fabric manufacturing. Please do let us know if we can be of assistance to you. We are based in India.
i have been sourcing ethical fabrics to use and speakin to others on the site if they want to join to buy any minimums...to help cut costs ... bamboo jersey is on my list as well as organic cotton, bamboo mixes too
if interested let me know
Hi Katie, We at Panchachuli supply handloomed fabrics, nettle, lambswool, cashmere, camel wool. We also supply small quatities so do get in touch if you are interested in receiving our pdf brochure. We have a blog on this forum as well under the blog page which outlines our company. Kind regards firstname.lastname@example.org
I guess I am Katie but only in wool at the moment which I think is the most eco-friendly textile of all.
My comment on cotton was made because everyone seems to be talking about certified and/or fair trade and/or organic cotton but I still dont know who certifies and how and under what criteria, what represents organic and how fairly its traded.
It certainly sounds great but I quetion if were going the rightway about this.