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Bamboo hoodies

Started this discussion. Last reply by James McAloon Mar 17, 2010. 5 Replies

Help! I urgently need to find 100 BLANK black zip-up bamboo hoodies with a smooth surface I can print on. Any suggestions?  many thanks, tim@tribeworldwear.com

 

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Profession / role:
Creative Director
Company / organisation:
Tribe Worldwear
Website (if you have one):
www.tribeworldwear.com
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Designer
I am looking to discover or buy
Like-minded individuals, because we'd like to build up a "tribe" of them. Immediately, we need help sourcing eco fabrics we could roll print. Also need help finding printers who can do roll-printing with water-based inks.
About me / About business or organisation:
I started work as an illustrator, spent many years as an advertising copywriter, then had 7 years in L.A. as a Hollywood screenwriter, developed my love of photography and grew increasingly interested in native American tribes and their respect for their environment, so when I met a South African designer, Lloyd Moore, my business partner, who wanted to start a leisure clothing company, I thought yes, so long as it promotes the right attitude to the environment. And that's how we started Tribe.
Career history / Company history:
I put most of this under "About me" - but I've worked as many things, illustrator, photographer, advertising copywriter and creative director and Hollywood screenwriter, working for stars such as Schwarzenegger and Bill Murray - but my passion is the new eco clothing company I started with South African graphic designer Lloyd Moore. It's called Tribe Worldwear and supports being kind to the environment and also the fact that laundry is the only thing that should be separated by colour. One world. One Tribe!

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At 11:36 on November 3, 2009, David McGill said…
Very impressive Tim. Im looking for roll print and woven eco-cotton to go with my wool fabrics so maybe you could let me know if you find any. I'll do the same for you. Your partner might like to know about the 'Rainbow' cloth being woven in South Africa.
 
 
 

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