Regine Freeman
  • Female
  • Portsmouth
  • United Kingdom

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Need help finding Woven Hem Labels... organic cotton or RPET... pleeeeeese!

Started Jan 25, 2011 0 Replies

Hi all, I'm desperately searching for a producer of woven labels as the finishing touch to some Organic T's I've designed. I hope that there is someone out there that might be able to help as I've…Continue


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Profile Information

Profession / role:
Owner, Brand Manager
Company / organisation:
Future Fibres
Website (if you have one):
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
I am looking to discover or buy
Suppliers of Fair Trade and sustainable textiles including technical textiles such as micro suede , Fair trade certified Garment Manufacturers, eco friendly printers etc
About me / About business or organisation:
Future Fibres is a parent company to fashion labels SolSista, Jellyfish, Dubstar & Satyva. All labels are targeted towards consumers that desire style without sacrificing standards with regards to people and planet. Future Fibres customers are active, style conscience individuals in tune the environment and with a social conscience.

Each label has a different focus which leverages on one of the Director's/Designer's creative roots to appeal to niche section of the market. For example;

Dubstar Clothing is a sustainable streetwear label with a creative expression rooted in in skate and street culture including graffiti, street art and music. This brand is currently debuting in the United Arab Emirates- Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Satyva Clothing is the equivalent brand for the UK.

Jellyfish is Future Fibres' Children's label which is spawned from the parental experience of one of our Directors and has combined with the artistic inspiration of the other to form a very unique and alternative artistic approach to children's apparel that will appeal to parents and kids alike who appreciate something a little less mainstream and more humorous to express there inner rebel. Finally...

Solsista is our women's label. Whilst appreciating the excellent apparel collections offered by major active life style brands such as Roxy Quicksilver, Animal and Billabong (too name a few) which target "women who love surf snowboarding" and the surrounding active lifestyle culture, it became increasingly apparent that although these brands are beginning to offer some piecemeal items in organic and up-cylced materials there is a real lack in the commitment to offer ethical and sustainable sourced garments and accessories in this market. This is where Solsista is positioned. Offering apparel and accessories that have been inspired by sports and lifestyle rooted in nature and the spiritual connection with planet and people that derives from the subsequent true and deep appreciation of our world, whilst never compromising on ethics... from the word go.
Career history / Company history:
Future Fit Limited
Marketing Assistant 1998 - 2001

Portsmouth University 2003 - 2006
International Relations with Spanish

CEO Event Management,
Dubai UAE 2006 - 2009
Marketing Manager

Masterkey Systems
Dubai UAE 2009 - 2010
UK Channel Account Manager

Future Fibres Limited
Owner/Brand Manager

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At 12:56 on May 9, 2013, S.k.murali said…

I hope you are looking for apparel manufacturers.E-mail us your needs to more details about our company log on to

At 10:38pm on July 26, 2011, Alma Erzhanova gave Regine Freeman a gift
At 22:37 on July 26, 2011, Alma Erzhanova said…


Dear Regine!

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!!!!

I really need to find  social responsible persons who buy ethical fashion clothes. Any help in distributing my link among ethically concerned people will be very valuable. 
Could you please complete this questionnaire, following the link
Thank you very much for your help.
Yours sincerely,

Alma Erzhanova

At 19:32 on January 20, 2011, Mary King said…

Hi Regine, Very interesting website! I run Panchachuli UK and our Award winning fabrics and accessories are hand loomed and vegetable or Azo free dyed . They can be viewed on our online brochure at


Best regards



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