Sourcing

디자인의 변화는 매일 새롭고 그에 따른 텍스처 및 주자재들도 폭 넓은 주제가 되었습니다. 항상 새로운 퍼포먼스와 희소성은 소비자들에게 경쟁력을 갖출 수 있는 것이라는 신념 하에 저희 에시드는 그에 맞는 경쟁력을 갖추기 위하여 고급화 된 해외 수입 원단업체 브랜드를 협력하여 인프라를 구축 하였습니다. 남보다는 빨라야 하며, 늘 신선 하고 싶은 클라이언트의 니즈를 최대한 반영하여 앞으로도 인프라는 폭넓게 연구하며 발전하기 위해 노력 할 것입니다.

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Partners

 

Austria

  • Leichfried Loden
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    Ever since 1884, the Leichtfried woollen mill in Austria has specialised in producing high quality woollen cloth and loden fabrics made primarily from extra fine Australian Merino wool. Their carefully selected raw materials pass through many different stages in a complete and fully integrated production process. Meticulous quality assurance procedures throughout the entire production process ensure that their customers can always rely on first-class quality. Loden has long been known as the fabric par excellence for traditional costume clothing in Austria and South Germany. However, the family business has now managed to produce even finer, lighter and softer fabrics - which explains why they are increasingly being used in the fashion and haute couture industries. Many prestigious European clothing brands and internationally renowned fashion houses trust the Leichtfried quality.

Belgium

  • LIBECO
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    The family business, founded in 1858, is located in Meulebeke (Belgium). Specialized in apparel fabrics mostly in pure linen. Plains, twill and herringbone weaves, piece-dyed and yarn-dyed linen, stripes and plaid designs. Different finishes available. Libeco is also specialized in linen for household, decoration, upholstery and technical purposes. In addition to a local and sustainable approach, premium quality is at the heart of Libeco’s mission.

  • Masure
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    Vegetable leather with traditionnal tanning for leather goods, luggage and belts in double butts and shoulders. Insole shoulders. Leather for army and administration. Vegetable splits.

France

  • Telatex
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    TELATEX APPAREL: weaver whose collection is for a large part mainly produced in France. Oekotex-Standard 100 certified products. With an on-site weaving factory in the Vosges region, TELATEX produces a real ''made in France''. Know-how in cotton, linen, blends, viscose. Plain, printed, jacquard: from 50gm² to 600gm². Dobby - double fabric – woven yarn dyed - indigo - ready to dye. Nice selection of workwear and corporate wear. Studies of particular articles possible. Most of their products are available as white sample PFD. They can dye the fabrics as you like (MOQ : 70 m).

Japan

  • Bemberg
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    Bemberg™, by Asahi Kasei, is a one-of-a-kind, matchless and original, new generation material made from the smart-tech transformation of cotton linter pre-consumer material, converted through a traceable and transparent closed loop process in Japan. Bemberg™ has GRS certification from the Textile Exchange that proves recycling authenticity, also delivers on laboratory verified end of life options, and a finalized LCA study, signed by ICEA. Bemberg™ is biodegradable and compostable material.

  • Hokkoh
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    HOKKOH launch more than 1,000 of new designs every year and have all of them in stock to realize the quick delivery. Creating artwork, we can also develop the customer's own fabrics. Sticking to high qualities, most of our products are made in Japan. Variety of printing technique such as auto flat screen, rotary screen, digital print, paper print, hand drawing and hand print.

  • Kokka
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    KOKKA specialise in designing textiles, which are developed in-house. Our designers use their expertise and ideas and special textile finishings.

  • Kurabo
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    Founded in 1888, Kurabo have been developing and producing denim products for over 40 years using their proprietary technologies in spinning, dyeing, weaving, and finishing. Since their inception, They have been committed to continuously improving and perfecting their products and services. This allows Kurabo to quickly identify needs in the denim market and resultantly provide products that go beyond their customers' expectations. KURABO Collection: denim - Japan and China, piece dyed - Japan and Thailand.

  • Kuroki
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    Expert technique and sensitivity are required to bring out the best of cottons' and indigo's characteristics. Although automation is important, Kuroki also place values on what automation cannot offer. Kuroki is one of the few denim makers in Japan who is equipped with dyeing, weaving and finishing plants which make up the denim fabric start-to-finish production facility. These are managed lawfully under a single organization to provide only with products which passed our strict quality standard.

  • Kuwamura
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    Kuwamura's speciality is creating yarn dyed cotton fabrics based on Japanese designs.

  • Nihonmenpu
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    Founded in 1917, the company has a history of over 100 years. Dyeing, weaving, sanforize are all part of Nihonmenpu consistent manufacturing process. There are three types of dyeing: skein dyeing, cheese dyeing, and rope dyeing. For weaving, they have about 150 shuttle looms, 26 width- looms, and 3 jacquard machines. Nihonmenpu have also introduced inkjet printers and are expanding their production range to include pigment printing on denim, fabrics.

  • Panoco Trading
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    100% organic cotton fabrics with magically soft and rich texture manufactured in Japan.

  • Shibaya
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    100% organic cotton fabrics with magically soft and rich texture manufactured in Japan.

  • Stylem
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    Diversity of fabrics created with Japanese techniques.

  • Toki
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    Comfortable jersey fabrics.

  • Tosco
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    TOSCO was established in 1918, we celebrated 100th anniversary. their specialty ramie and linen yarn spinning and producing fabrics: woven and jersey using those yarns. they are also only one company to produce GOTS certified organic ramie yarns in the world. To preserve the good quality fabrics, Tosco can provide them to many fashion companies, interior companies, public institutions

  • Toyoshima
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  • Ueyama Group
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    Shirtings, yarn dyed, piece dyed, printed, casual.

  • Unitex
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    Uni textile is specialized in manufacturing high quality fabrics with fine polyester yarn. Since their company was founded in 1999, Uni have been developing and producing fabrics designed for clothes for ladies, men and kids. They especially have strength in manufacturing fabrics with beautiful drape and comfortable silky touch. They have been supplying these textiles to fashion brands for more than 20 years to all over the world and also continuing to make new environment-friendly fabrics lately.

United Kingdom

  • Abraham Moon
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    The Moon SS22 range incorporates an intelligent & stylish use of lightweight wools, their experienced in-house design team utilising a broad variety of natural blends including cashmere, linen and cotton. With sustainable sourcing platforms in place and a stunning array of pattern and colour, their SS22 offer positions itself at the mid-high end of the market with transitional pieces well suited to the shifting seasons.

  • Brisbane Moss
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    An extensive collection which embraces cotton twills drills canvas, plains, corduroys, needlecords, moleskins, velvets, linen, denim, tartans and wax.

  • British Millerain
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    Wax coated fabrics, laminates and bonded fabrics for country and town apparel. Canvas fabrics for luggage. Waterproof, breathable performance wear.

  • Harris Tweed Hebridges
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    Harris Tweed Hebrides, based in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, manufacture each metre of handwoven fabric in accordance with The Harris Tweed Act 1993, maintaining the integrity & distinctive character of the fabric recognised globally as Harris Tweed. Produced using traditional skills & always made from 100% pure new wool, scoured wool is dyed & spun in our mill & handwoven in the weaver’s home. It is then returned to their mill for finishing before it is stamped with the Orb certification mark.

  • Joshua Ellis
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    Established in 1767, Joshua Ellis has a long heritage of British manufacturing with a solid reputation for luxury and quality. Renowned the world over for producing the finest cashmere and woollen cloth and scarves, their products are highly sought after by luxury fashion houses and exported globally. Joshua Ellis fabrics and accessories are made using the finest luxury fibres sourced from certified sources offering sustainability and traceability throughout their supply chain.

  • Laurent Garigue
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    Manufacturers of fancy and plain fabrics for the World's leading designers.

  • Samuel Tweed
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    Specialising in brushed mohair/wool fabrics in weights ranging from 250 to 450 grm. Stripes, checks and a stock supported range of plains and tartans.

  • Stephan Walters
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    English jacquard weavers specialising in silk and other noble fibres since 1720. Seasonal collections and bespoke designed fabrics for couture, ready-to-wear and accessories.

 
 
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