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We believe in building strong relationships rooted in reciprocity and trust with every person in our supply chain.



We are committed to ensuring we reach full traceability across our supply chain.

Our Somewhere line has full traceability from farm to finished garment, meaning that we can trace the supply chain right back to the farms the fibres were produced. We work closely with our local and global textile mills to achieve this.

All suppliers and manufacturers we work with have signed our Supplier Code of Conduct which outlines the standards we expect to be upheld including animal welfare, environmental management, chemical and water use, greenhouse gas emissions, living wage, working conditions and waste management.

Read our SCOC here

Our List of Textile Suppliers

  • Abraham Moon & Sons are one of the few remaining fully vertical mills in the United Kingdom. Their commitment to operating in a responsible manner includes maintaining an open and professional approach with suppliers; offering the best working environment for employees; and minimising their environmental impact.

    See their signed Supplier Code Of Conduct here.
  • Bien Tex is located in a small Chinese village called Zhongxian. Bien Tex work with GRS certified Recycled polyester, ensuring the polyester is recycled from post-consumer waste.

    The dyeing process for their textiles is OEKO-TEX certified and their factory is also Bluesign Certified. In 2018 they passed the Smeta Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit report and the Corrective Action Plan Report, and they are currently working on a plan to build a school in their area to support local children in their education.

    See their signed Supplier Code Of Conduct here. (Signed for on behalf of their agent, Intertex LTD.)
  • Bonotto Spa is a fourth-generation textile manufacturer founded in 1912. Today, the company has grown rapidly, employing over two hundred masters in their relevant fields.

    Bonotto has become an ambassador for a new way of thinking and producing, which brings innovates the origins of slow textile production. Their ambition to slow down the mass consumption problems within our industry is aligned closely with our ethos at Maggie Marilyn, and we are proud to work with such leaders and pioneers for change.

    In 2018 Bonotto Spa were awarded Sustainable Producer at the Green Carpet Awards. This prestigious award recognizes and emphasizes Bonotto's exemplary work in sustainability in fabric manufacturing.
  • Founded in 1962, Carvico was the first textile manufacturer in Italy to operate as a vertical business. Carvico's motto "to do things properly", is reflected in their attention to quality, service, people and the environment.

    Carvico are committed to operating a sustainable supply chain and are working towards a circular economy model. The particular spandex we have sourced is made from 100% recycled fishing nets collected from the ocean.

    Carvico continue to use cutting edge, innovative technology to create new fabrics and work to the Global Recycled Standards and are OEKO-TEX certified for dyeing and finishing.

    See their signed Supplier Code Of Conduct here.
  • Selvage Cloth are a New Zealand owned fabric supplier. Owner, Neha travels around the world sourcing beautiful end of line fabrics that he predominantly sells to New Zealand and Australian customers. Selvage finds new buyers for rescued deadstock fabric, giving them a new purpose.

    See their signed Supplier Code Of Conduct here.
  • SÖKTAş is a specialist maker and supplier of cotton and cotton blended shirtings, with the philosophy of combining exceptional fabrics and impeccable service with environmental sensitivity and responsible stewardship of biodiversity of land, soil, air and water.

    Their organic cotton which we use is GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified and OCS (Organic Content Standard) certified.

    Like us, they believe it is their corporate responsibility to build goodwill in the community they live and work in. They strive to contribute to education, passionately support artistic and cultural activities as well as seeking to reduce their environmental impact.

    See their signed Supplier Code Of Conduct here. (Signed for on behalf of their agent Hawes and Freer.)
  • Suedwolle Group supply merino woollen yarn for our knitwear pieces. This yarn is spun in Tangshi Town, China.

    Suedwolle are pioneers in the field of corporate responsibility. In 2018 they released an Ecobalance brief, which encompasses seven priorities that should be a priority for any CEO right now to become more environmentally and socially aware in all business practices.

    Their yarn is certified by the Responsible Wool Standard, GOTS and OEKO-TEX 100.

    Economic growth in Tangshi city, China, where the spinning mills are based, has placed significant pressure on housing and accommodation. In 2012, Suedwolle Group worked with the government to supply affordable and quality accommodation for staff and their families. Suedwolle Group also offers a subsidised house purchase option for staff in China, in an arrangement that rewards loyalty to the company, and workplace performance.

    See their signed Supplier Code Of Conduct here. (Signed for on behalf of their agent Textile Creations.)
  • Wall Fabrics are an Australasian company who have been working with New Zealand designers for over thirty years. They supply end of line or discarded fabrics from around the globe with a focus on sourcing natural fibres such as wool suiting, silk and cotton.

    Wall Fabrics offer a wide range of high-quality fabrics that, if not repurposed into new, beautiful garments, would otherwise end their life in landfill.

    See their signed Supplier Code Of Conduct here.


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