Reclaimed fabric

Reclaimed or deadstock fabrics are leftover fabric rolls from garment mills, often purposefully oversupplied by manufacturers to lower the cost of production.

In some cases, these fabrics are either burnt down, discarded, or re-sold at a lower cost.

Our aim is to make our products with a low footprint, and using true deadstock in limited quantities allows us to minimize our waste. However, because this our fabric sourcing means we can only acquire rolls in small, unpredictable quantities, colors and fabric types will often come in very limited supply.