Textile production is the second most polluting industry. At eluroom we use.
Dead stock, which are fabrics that have been overproduced by the mills, often commissioned and left over from big brands or left as stock for suppliers. If unused, these rolls end up stagnating in warehouses and, eventually, in landfills. All the processes which go into creating fabric rolls – growing, dyeing, weaving to finishing – uses energy and water, so by using existing fabric we don’t need to repeat those processes again and eliminate waste from landfill.
Fabrics are sustainably sourced: Using eco friendly polyester and viscose.
Predominately from Italy where there are stringent guidelines in place for not only the manufacture but dying and printing processes.
All the time continuing to keep an eye out for more sustainable options.
Working with local manufacturers and suppliers, from pattern making and trims to production to reduce the carbon footprint and support the local economy.
Garment prices reflect the quality of fabrics and British made production costs.
Prices are not overly inflated to reduce drastically.
Our makers are paid a fair wage, meaning that here in London they are paid at least a London living wage.