We are vertically integrated UK based sustainable clothing supplier with a dedicated facility on the South coast of the UK. Our mission is to redesign the way that clothing is made. What we do is more sustainable, accessible and affordable – to exacting quality standards.
We develop cutting edge manufacturing technologies, and we design and manufacture our own range of unbranded organic cotton clothing. By approaching the supply chain as a connected system we are able streamline and improve the supply chain and give charities, startups, brands and events what they really want: Products that are sustainable, cool and economical.
With the support of our customers, which includes global brands and hundreds of national charities, we are raising the standard of clothing in the UK B2B market.
We work from our combined headquarters, warehouse and factory facility on the Isle of Wight. Our site is a former supermarket that we purchased and refitted to serve a single purpose: To be a nationwide supplier of quality custom printed clothing. We have the latest in automatic screen printing textile presses, dozens of state-of-the-art digital textiles printing machines and proprietary software and automation systems that handle logistics, order management and quality control throughout the supply chain and order process.
We have over a decade manufacturing jerseywear for national-scale companies and hundreds of charities. Our 50 strong in house team contains garment technicians, manufacturing engineers, graphic designers and logistics and administrative support.
When it comes to sustainability, we are the leading supplier of printed clothing in the UK. As a GOTS company our products and print applications are certified organic. Our factory is powered entirely by renewable energy, and manufacturing operations in India are powered by Wind and solar power. The entire supply chain is audited for a wide range of social and sustainability criteria.
You can follow the journey of a product from seed to shop.
We are passionate about eliminating waste. As well as providing low impact packaging as standard, we recover clothing we make at the end of it’s useful life as part of our work towards designing a system that is truly a circular economy. For our work we are regularly cited in and contribute to the global conversation about the future of fashion, including as an expert contributor to the recent Ellen MacArthur Foundation report, A New Textiles Economy: Redesigning fashion’s future.
- GOTS certified
- SAI8000 ethical certification
Our core business expertise is in manufacturing and printing organic cotton clothing for large national charities and companies. We take client briefs and (optionally) assist in design and spec,and print at our UK facility. We can print from our inventory of unbranded stock that we carry in our large on-site warehouse, or manufacture products with a custom specification, shape or colour to order. We supply low impact packaging as standard.
Small sample runs can be completed the same day and shipped the next day, and small orders of 50-500 units the same week. We have a line capacity of around 300’000 units a week overseas. We also develop digital solutions including personalisation and print on demand digital stores. We can store customer inventory and print in batches, or ship direct from factory – Customers are encouraged to make full use of our various solutions to meet their own needs.
Whether you are a listed company, small startup or a forward thinking charity, we deliver the same quality, service, sustainability, speed and accessible pricing.