The fashion & interior industry uses tons and tons of fabric every year, but not all of that fabric ends up being used or sold. A huge proportion of fabric ends up in landfills because it is either unused, has minor production mistakes or is too small.
There are several different terms for this extra fabric, ranging from "overstock" to "deadstock" among others. Technically, these mean different things, but ultimately they are a sign of both overproduction and overconsumption.
We partner up with companies that want to leave a green footprint & want make something beautiful out of there left over fabrics, instead of throwing them away.
PERENNIALS & SUTHERLAND
Perennials and Sutherland offers premier designer furnishings, acrylics fabrics, custom rugs accessories perfect for indoor and outdoor applications. They have been closely working today with famous Soho House all over the World for their interior fabrics. The company was so kind and sent us all their dead stock fabric collections to make this joint collection possible.
Designers Guild creates inspirational home décor collections and interior furnishings including fabrics, wallpaper, upholstery, homewares & accessories.
WEBEREI is a Berlin-based weaving studio founded by Noël Saavedra, specialised in textile research, development and production. WEBEREI produces unique items and enables others to craft their own. They strongly believe in helping creators get access to, and create, with weaving.
Rohlede is a Hitex® manufactory founded in 1946 in Konradsreuth, Upper Franconia - a location with good soil for the development of their innovative products.
With the highest level of expertise, Rohleder produces high-quality upholstery fabrics and home textiles in all variations of colours, structures and designs. This makes them one of the most modern and successful weaving mills in Europe.