Discover the authenticity of UK textiles
“Authenticity is a collection of choices. It’s about the choice to show up and be real. The choice to be honest.”
UK textiles, known for authenticity and provenance with skills built up over generations and home to some of the world’s oldest textile manufacturers. Our manufacturers continue to find new ways to excite luxury brands and designers with prestigious fabrics, niche production and specialist techniques.
The UK’s creative producers offer textiles that champion their personality, values and artisan craftsmanship, helping you create a valuable connection with consumers.
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Alfred Brown (Stand 6E8)
Alfred Brown, founded in 1915, are a family owned business weaving fine worsted cloth from their mill based in Leeds. Known for British style and an eye for detail, their Merino wool and blended cloth is suitable for tailoring, jackets and coats. Alfred Brown also offer seasonal and stock supported collections.
Ananas Anam (Stand 4C88)
Ananas Anam is a UK-based certified B-Corporation company responsible for developing innovative plant-based textiles like Piñatex, breaking barriers in the world of fashion materials and leading the way in sustainability. Piñatex can be used as a sustainable and natural alternative to leather for the footwear, fashion, home accessories and interior markets. Piñatex is made from pineapple leaf fibres, a by-product from existing pineapple harvest.
Bella Tella (Stand 5P2)
Bella Tella are experts in designing and manufacturing indulgent embroideries, luxurious 3D florals, artisan silk hand paints, and glistening hand-beaded embellishments. The combination of widely sourced, exciting materials, combined with classic embroidery and contemporary manufacturing techniques, results in an intricately detailed offer.
British Millerain (Stand 6K37)
British Millerain is a Lancashire-based manufacturer of waxed cotton, fashion coatings, cotton laminates and dry finish textiles and a world leader in the manufacture of specialist textiles for outerwear. The company has strong sustainable credentials – including organic cotton, BCI, PFC finishing, sustainable vegetable wax innovation
Denholme Velvets (Stand 5M17)
Denholme Velvets has been a leading supplier of luxury velvets and faux fur type fabrics for over 50 years. The company’s main products include two-tone velvets, plain, crushed and emboss prints, stretch velour piece dye in plain and two tone finish, silk and viscose plains, crush, devoré and tartan.
Fox Brothers (Stand 6C3)
Officially recognised as the original creators of flannel, Fox Brothers, in Somerset, are specialists in the production of woollen and worsted fabric for over 250 years. The company combines traditional manufacturing processes with state of the art design technology, to create the finest wool and cashmere cloth. For their SS24 collection, special attention has been placed on Merino Wool and Linen blends, in classic Fox sporting stripes and checks of different scales.
Halley Stevensons (Stand 6J39)
Halley Stevensons specialises in waxed cotton and weatherproof fabrics for the apparel and luggage markets. With a consumer demand for sustainable solutions, Halley Stevensons presents an expansive range full of variety. For their SS24 collection, Halley Stevenson expand their range of performance naturals. A collection of cotton with character!
Hand & Lock (Stand 4A22)
Based in London, Hand & Lock are a premier embroidery house providing commission embellishment services to the Royal family, top European design houses, the Royal Armed forces and Savile Row. From their London atelier, they offer services from hand monograms, bridal customisation, badging and machine embroidery logos.
Henry Bertrand (Stand 5J11)
Henry Bertrand is a family-owned business which brings 3 generations of expertise of the silk, silk blends and classic fabrics to the fashion and furnishings sectors. Offering a range of high end and luxury fabrics, from fancy and decorative cloques to classic and 100% silk zibeline, they offer a wide range of stock articles as well as a bespoke weaving service.
Laurent Garigue (Stand 5P48)
Laurent Garigue high quality sustainable fabrics have been manufactured in Yorkshire since 1947. Supplying Haute Couture houses and leading designers worldwide, the Garigue name is synonymous with high fashion fabrics. Laurent Garigue is extremely proud of its British heritage and most of the firm’s cloth is woven, dyed and finished in Yorkshire and Scotland. Their SS24 Collection encompasses both evolution and revolution at this ambiguous point in fashion’s time-line.
Liberty Fabrics (Stand E36)
Liberty Fabrics has been at the cutting-edge of design and decorative arts since 1875 and is now an international wholesale business, working with retailers, brands and designers across womenswear, menswear, childrenswear and homewares. Designed by an in-house team in the heart of London, printing takes place at its mill in northern Italy, using innovative digital technology and age-old techniques.
Linton Tweeds (5R43)
For over 100 years, Linton Tweeds has been designing and weaving couture fabric for the world’s leading fashion houses at its mill in Carlisle, UK. Linton Tweeds’ fabrics continue to push the envelope of what tweed can be. Each season, its textile design team crafts a collection of new finely woven fabrics constructed with unique yarns from all over the world, woven in limitless patterns, finished in a vast variety of techniques.
Luxury Fabrics (6A5)
Luxury Fabrics, part of the vertically integrated SIL Group, in the heart of Yorkshire, are known for fine fabrics and quality cloth-making across their brands: William Halstead is a leading British name for worsted fabrics and recognised as the ‘Master of Mohair’ amongst the leading fashion houses, high-class tailors and cloth merchants. John Foster offers premium suit fabric, weaving mohair, cashmere and worsted yarns, into luxury fabric for the finest couturiers, fashion houses and retailers. Kynoch of Scotland work with only natural fibres to make cloth using conscientious and sustainable methods and design.
NOW-STUDIO LONDON (Stand 5J85)
NOW-STUDIO LONDON is a creative print design studio based in London which creates inspiring and innovative print designs for the global fashion community, experimenting with various techniques and exploration of hand-drawing, painting and digital design.
Ulster Weavers (Stand 6G45)
Ulster Weavers are a home textiles company based in Northern Ireland with over 136 years of knowledge in textile production. They pride themselves on producing high quality products from traditional home textiles to a range extension in melamine, paper and ceramic, reusable PVC and polyester bags. Today, the company remains a family business with a worldwide reach.
Weavabel (Stand 4C68)
Founded in 1980 in Bradford UK, now based in Leeds, Weavabel supply woven labels to brands and garment producers across the UK. Supporting over 900+ brands globally with a diverse range of branding and packaging products, Weavabel focus on innovation and product development using sustainable certified materials and practices.With offices and warehousing now in the UK, EU and Asia, Weavabel now include international brands in their ever-growing family of brand partners.