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ARTISTS | DESIGNERS : Want to sell your work on Oxford Street at Christmas?

Started Oct 29, 2010 0 Replies

Interested in selling your ethical pieces & one-offs on Oxford Street this Christmas?  We'll be selling artwork of all forms (including framed textile pieces) and ethical clothing &…Continue

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ETHICAL TEACHERS/LECTURERS:We're looking for individuals who would be interested in representing Offset Warehouse and giving lectures/seminars to UK Universities, covering ethical issues.If you are…Continue

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E-Commerce Site: All you need to create ethical clothing and interiors.
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Buyer, Retailer, Press
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Currently looking for ethical fashion, textile, furniture, interior and accessory designers, consultants, journalists & fabric suppliers ...
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OffsetWarehouse: The only online site that brings together all the elements needed to make ethical clothing and interiors!

One of the biggest difficulties of working with ethical fabrics is sourcing them! Creating ethical clothing and interiors takes a huge amount of time and research. Due to launch in a few months, Offset Warehouse will be the only online portal where you can find all the ethical fabrics and manufacturers you’re looking for.

What Do We Do?

We provide you with all the information and products you need to be ethical in world of fashion and design. We are the only online portal that brings together a wide range of ethical fabrics, products and services to make it easy for you. We also have our own online boutique where we sell the newest eco-designs and showcase the very best eco-collections from graduate designers.

Why Do We Do It?

It’s all about making it easier, so there are no more excuses! One of the biggest obstacles to being ethical in the world of fashion and interiors is sourcing the fabrics! Creating ethical clothing and interiors takes a huge amount of time and research. Offset Warehouse makes it easy by doing it for you.

How Do We Do It?

Offset Warehouse aim to present the broadest range of fabrics, materials and services. We offer a wide range of ethical materials and trims including those that are recycled, by-products, reclaimed, organic, fairtrade, sustainable and co-op. We also provide information about services such as natural dye labs, digital printing and embroidery and prints by textile designers, to enable you to enhance the fabrics you have bought.
If you’re a supplier, or even just someone who has ethical remnants that you do not need, why not get in touch and sell them in our sales area?

Our ethical freelancer & services database allows customers to access ethical fashion designers, textile designers, consultants, furniture makers and designers, printers, stationary suppliers, and many more completely free, to enable you to fully realise your creative vision.

Offset Warehouse sells an ever-changing range of ethical clothing, footwear and a range of bags and accessories. We like to be the first to showcase the freshest talent, and actively support ethical graduates and start-up businesses by offering them the chance to sell their works in the boutique. We are also keen to help charities raise money by collaborating with them to create fabulous garments and accessories.

Educating our customers about ethical issues is central to our ethos. We’ve developed a research area where you can download research papers, e-books and subscribe to magazines and newsletters which deal with ethical issues. You can also join our online forum, to publicly raise questions you may have regarding any ethical issues, so that we can help solve them.

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Free Event for Ethical Designers - Next Thursday 25th October!

Posted on October 17, 2012 at 7:03 0 Comments

OFFSET COLLECTIVE EVENT | Free event for ethical designers next Thursday!

From fibre sourcing problems to customs & duties solutions, great marketing ideas and precious PR & sales contacts, the Offset Warehouse Collective event is the perf
ect opportunity to meet and talk with other ethical designers.

We'll be bringing along a range of fabrics that you can purchase in a group, so you can meet…


Join The Offset Collective: Where Ethical Designers Meet

Posted on August 2, 2012 at 11:15 0 Comments

The Offset Collective is a free and exclusive social environment where ethical designers can connect both online and offline, to discuss fashion related topics and problems.  It is a place to share experiences, ideas and submit possible solutions to others' problems.  It is not a place for businesses to promote themselves.   It's about getting honest opinions from your ethical fashion peers and answers to all those sourcing nightmares.

The Offset Collective…


Send Us Your Unwanted Textiles

Posted on July 31, 2012 at 8:30 0 Comments

Fabrics piling up in your cupboards?

About to throw them away?


Send them to Offset Warehouse and

we'll find them a wonderful new home!



It’s time to re-evaluate your wardrobe!

Posted on July 25, 2012 at 9:17 1 Comment

Around 30% of clothes in the household wardrobe have been unused for at least a year. This is worth over £1,000 per household or £30 billion across the UK!

The average lifetime for a garment is 2.2 years. Extending the life of clothing by an extra nine months of active use would reduce carbon, waste and water footprints by around 20-30% each. It could save £5 billion a year from the costs of resources used in clothing…

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At 17:25 on October 3, 2011, Ida Horner said…
I am not sure how you got my email address but I get an awful lot of email from you and you do not provide a facility to opt out which is an unconventional way of doing things especially if you are going to add people to your mailing list without their consent
At 9:32pm on August 01, 2011, Alma Erzhanova gave Offset Warehouse a gift
At 21:32 on August 1, 2011, Alma Erzhanova said…


Dear Offset!

I would very much appreciate your help. I am studying for an MA in Marketing at Kingston Business School under the supervision of Professor Robert East. We are conducting research about Fairtrade goods and ethical fashion clothes, and ask you to complete the enclosed short questionnaire. 
I am also offering a £50 shopping gift voucher to the lucky prize draw winner!!!!

Could you please complete this questionnaire, following the link
Thank you very much for your help.
Yours sincerely,

Alma Erzhanova

At 1:54 on February 6, 2011, Erica Cahn said…


I am a huge fan of yours as well! I would love your help with the club! we need speakers/feildtrips terribly for this semester! let me know if you are interested and we will coordinate a date! Thanks for your support. 



At 18:47 on September 16, 2010, Marie Sylvester said…
i am officially back in the uk now and this is a good email address to contact me directly on. I look forward to hearing from you and thank you again for contacting me

yours faithfully,

At 22:12 on August 26, 2010, emma d. said…
Hello, I'm freelance and currently arranging the module schedule for the upcoming semester. Classes are every Friday morning from the end of September. It would be great if you could visit on one of those days. Could you let me know what dates you are available? Many thanks!
At 14:23 on August 26, 2010, Marie Sylvester said…
thought i should also mention that i have just finished teaching abroad - batik and i am in the process of creating clothing using batiks i have done in the past as well as making stuff specifically to sell - thats hoping i can get it finished before i arrive back in the uk. i am currently making bags from portrait batik wall hangings created for displaying on stage at music shows over the last 10 yrs - these artists range from the beatles to david bowie to diania ross to michael jackson and even nelson mandela and snoop dogg have been batiked for music concerts. i hope this information is of interest to you and look forward to hearing from you again
At 14:15 on August 26, 2010, Marie Sylvester said…
i mainly teach and train batik in the states during the summer, however i just volunteered for 4 days before i left the uk with lyndons art trust working within the school coordinating a project of work that would be displayed and furthered for the lighthouse exhibition and for the up and coming 2012 olympics...
however, i welcome an opportunity to further the teach in the uk if the chance ever arises, as it is a topic quiet close to my heart....
At 10:27 on May 12, 2010, David McGill said…
Hi I design and supply ethically produced fabrics

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