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Need Flannel Shirts Suppliers at Los Angeles?

Started by Harry Cooper Jun 16, 2017. 0 Replies

Hello friends,Is there any retailers finding for shirts suppliers online? Then the bulk buyers or the retailers can make their way to the most trustworthy flannel manufacturer in Los Angeles, i.e.…Continue

Tags: manufacturers, flannel, supplier, shirt

Check out these wholesale sublimated capri pants

Started by Ronny Salvator May 24, 2016. 0 Replies

Hey friends, Looking for sublimated capri pants in bulk at reasonable price? Have a look at Oasis Sublimation, is a leading manufacturer cum distributor of fashionable sublimated clothing in USA,…Continue

Organic and completely sustainable handwooven fabric- RYNDIA

Started by Hanumeet Singh Mar 1, 2016. 0 Replies

Hello Retailers/BuyersGreetings! The purpose of writing this note is to introduce to you our company Daniel Syiem’s Ethnic Fashion House.We represent the ethereal designer-wear brand label Daniel…Continue

SOURCE Member Where Does It Come From in collaboration with Supplier Moral Fibre

Started by Ethical Fashion Forum Aug 5, 2015. 0 Replies

Our SOURCE Member Where Does It Come From just launched a new childrenswear collection made of beautiful 100% organic cotton…Continue

Tags: blockprinted, shirts, handwoven, cotton, fairtrade

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Comment by Aidan Roberts on April 26, 2018 at 10:09

Hey friends, 

why you don't give a look at Alanic Clothing? I thing you will find all type of wholesale fashion to fitness clothing there. Because they are the top rated manufacturer/ditributor of wholesale clothes. Got to know about them from my friends.

Comment by Rebecca on February 2, 2018 at 20:50

Hi All, I work for a supplier that has 170,000+ metres of woven fabric in Bangladesh that needs to be bought within the next month (for next to nothing) otherwise it will be incinerated due to lack of warehouse space. Available in PFD or piece dyed, and mostly poly cotton blend. I cannot think of anything worse environmentally, so I am calling on you all to please help me. I can send swatches/lengths for sampling. If you happen to have a solution to this please let me know. x

Comment by Gnana Studio on August 16, 2017 at 21:28

Hi there!

We quite have a huge issue in finding a certain cotton twill.

We are looking for a heavy cotton twill,which is very soft on the exterior even though it's heavy! We are looking for high quality and as well very strange colors like: green amazon, black mate, smokey deep grey, pale beig etc. The most important is the softness and to be heavy! Do you know good suppliers with accessible prices which can offer this kind of cotton twill? Will be great if they are able to dyed it as well.

Thank you in advance.

Gnana Team

Comment by Disni Jayasuriya on June 27, 2017 at 19:30

Hi, We're running a seminar that you might find interesting, details ar on our fb page

Comment by Gnana Studio on June 16, 2017 at 7:56

Hello there

We are a romanian brand lunched by Floriana Sandu-a young designer- from passion of nature, beauty and freedom. With tendencies on the contrast between natural, simplicity and craftmanship, Gnana brings a versatile and conceptual design with simple cuts, completed by the use of natural materials.

The contrast between clean cuts and the complexity of the hand made or digital prints brings the idea of the heterogeneity
of the human being, of our dual feelings and the power of emotionality. 
Each collection brings a new and complete universe, by decomposing in three divisions: clothes for men and women,
accessories and jewellery and the interior design division, fusing to offer an unique and exhaustive experience.
Gnana’s characters are free, versatile and creative, explorers of the nature and of their inner world. Entities that trough imagination can give a new form to each garment

Our textiles are all natural (excepting the modal finer made of Fagus bark), traditional romanian soft goods woven however
with the latest technologies.

Properties of our textiles:
-easy to maintain without ironing
-dimensionally stable indifferently of the ironing or washing temperature
-durable ecological colors


Comment by Disni Jayasuriya on February 10, 2017 at 19:39


We do market research specifically for the ethical fashion industry and our latest survey results are now available.  We think it will be very useful for anybody selling in GB and wanted to understand the market for ethical fashion a bit better.  Get in touch if you want more info

Otherwise just a bit of intro info for you

Comment by Neerja Palisetty on February 4, 2017 at 6:49

Hi everyone - This is an introduction of my brand Sutrakaar- a space focused on eco-textile creations with paper and natural materials- a step towards sustainable future!! Socially and environmentally conscious the products embody vibrant, edgy, smart sophistication pioneering a systematic transformation to the definition of luxury fashion.

Handmade paper and Newspaper are hand spun, using charkha, by the local women trained to create quality paper yarn. Once the yarn is ready and inspected, the weaver transforms them into beautiful fabrics on our handlooms. After a thorough quality check of the ready fabric, they are carefully hand crafted into various products falling in the categories of Fashion Accessories, Interiors and Corporate Gifts. The various processes in the creation of the products make them very special and unique.

Am looking forward to creative exchanges and possible collaborations.

Warm Regards,

Comment by divya ahluwalia on August 11, 2016 at 5:10

I am happy to introduce my ethical luxury label-  AKIRA MING.

Akira Ming is an ethically made sustainable label, manufactured in India.

We make beautiful contemporary dresses and blouses using cruelty free silk AHIMSA SILK that we dye and print using age old techniques of hand dyeing and block printing by environment friendly processes.


What makes these clothes sustainable and ethical?

  •  Every dress is made in 100% Ahimsa silk – a specially cultivated Silk made with special technology where no silk worms are harmed
  •  The dyeing and printing of fabric is done in a WFTO certified Unit using Sustainably harvested gum arabica crystals and custom water binders based dyes
  •  The garments are manufactured in  a WFTO certified unit Where the artisans and labor are paid fair wages and follow Zero wastage practices


We are looking for retail partners to stock our garments.


Please contact for further details/info or trade enquiries.

Or call at 00919958099622

Or visit our website

Comment by Jo Salter on May 22, 2016 at 11:59

Hi, we are Where Does It Come From? ( an ethical clothing brand.  All our garments come with a code on the label so the customer can trace their garment's creation journey.  We are working with a number of retail partners now and would love to talk to more!  Please get in touch with me at if you are interested in talking or stocking our products.  Thanks Jo

Comment by Harry Cooper on November 23, 2015 at 6:19

As a clothing retail store owner, you should stack wholesale flannel clothing to provide your customers with pajama comfort even during winter when they will be needing these the most. 


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