Deadstock materials are high-quality fabrics and textiles that were never used or sold in previous production runs. They're sometimes referred to as "deadstock fabric" or "deadstock textiles".
What is deadstock fabric?
In the fashion and apparel world, deadstock fabric refers to unused, surplus fabric that was produced for a particular project or order, but was not used or sold, often due to overproduction or design changes. Deadstock fabric is often of high quality and limited quantity, and is considered a sustainable option for creating new garments as it reduces waste and the need for new production.
Sourcing deadstock fabric
Sourcing deadstock fabric is a critical step in our production process. We work with a network of sustainable and ethical suppliers and mills that specialize in sourcing and supplying deadstock fabric. These suppliers help us find the best quality fabrics that would otherwise go to waste.
Benefits of using deadstock materials
Using deadstock materials offers several benefits, both for our brand and the environment. Deadstock fabrics reduces waste and contributes to a circular economy by repurposing fabrics that would otherwise go to waste. This helps us reduce our environmental impact by reducing the amount of textile waste generated.
Second, using deadstock materials is often more cost-effective than sourcing new fabrics. This helps us keep our prices affordable while maintaining high-quality standards.
Using deadstock materials promotes a sense of individuality and exclusivity in our designs. As deadstock fabrics are often limited in quantity, we have the opportunity to create unique and distinctive pieces that cannot be replicated by other fashion brands. This not only sets us apart in the market but also provides our customers with a sense of ownership and pride in wearing a truly unique garment. Furthermore, this approach helps us reduce our carbon footprint by avoiding the production of excess fabrics and minimizing textile waste.
Lastly, utilizing deadstock materials grants us access to one-of-a-kind and limited-edition fabrics that set our creations apart from those of mass-produced fashion labels.
Why Choose us for Sustainable and Circular Fashion?
At our sustainable and circular fashion brand, we're committed to using deadstock materials in our production processes. By doing so, we're reducing waste, promoting circularity, and maintaining high-quality standards. We work with ethical and sustainable suppliers to source the best deadstock materials and thoroughly inspect them before using them in our designs.
Join us and be be part of a sustainable fashion movement that prioritizes the planet and people over profit. Choose us for high-quality, affordable, and sustainable fashion that doesn't compromise on style or ethics.