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STSC are fabric wholesalers who aim to inspire global fashion and product designers to use true sustainable eco-textiles that have minimal negative impact on the environment and maximum impact on the welfare of all people along the supply chain.

​Our particular focus is on beautiful, truly sustainable, circular, natural, biodegradable and ethical fabrics. In particular we specialise in eco-fabrics by Lenzing and plant fibres from so-called ”farm waste" typically destroyed after a harvest, thus creating fabrics that start from zero water waste, and support a ”wealth from waste" philosophy. 

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FIRST STEP to learning more about our Textiles is to DOWNLOAD the various Textile Books to see price lists, details and MOQs.  Most minimum orders start at 30-60 metres or printed 20 metres plus a printing  Consulting Fee.

You can purchase SAMPLE BOOKS  plus  order fabric online, through Available Now or send a REQUEST FORM or to learn more about specific textiles.  Please download and email a PURCHASE ORDER REQUEST FORM so we can track your Order requests.

SAMPLING. Order fabrics for Sampling for as little as 3+ metres.

Certified eco-textiles both woven (handloom and powerloom) and knits; (
Tencel™, Lenzing Modal™ , Tencel™Luxe, and ECOVERO™), recycled fibres (never rPET), through to GOTS Organic Cotton, Ahimsa Peace silk and GOTS Organic Peace Silk, plus unique fabrics made from hemp, jute and nettle, Ayurvastra handloom GOTS organic cotton.

Sitting at the core of our philosophy are our recycled fabrics made from organic cotton and wool plus Hybrid blends with Organic Cotton and Aloe Vera or banana. See TEXTILES AT A GLANCE

We either provide additional services or recommend depending on needs these include: CMT, Australia and india, ECO-DIGITAL PRINTING. in Sydney, London or India.  DYEING with AZO-Free dyes, GOTS or natural plant dyes.

And we definitely do not support putting recycled synthetic or rPET back into the fashion supply chain - its bad for our oceans, the environment and human health.  Don't use it, and buy a GUPPYFRIEND Washing Bag to capture their dangeous microfibres in your existing wardrobe.

HQ Sydney. Ship worldwide often direct from our Mills to you to minimise our footprint.


STSC link people worldwide to make available true sustainable, ethically sourced eco-textiles plus gives designers the opportunity to work with talented makers and Artisans based in India for their own Bespoke and Made To Order designs.

We are committed to support, and positively impact, the lives of the people and communities who create products that are both ethical and sustainable; this includes everyone along our supply chain - from the raw material farmers, to you, the client - the game-changing designer who strives to support the people you work with, the environment and your customers.  

STSC is privileged to have been chosen in the inaugural Emerging Material Innovators Report, as compiled by Cradle 2 Cradle's, Fashion Positive and the H&M Foundation for Banana Silk in April 2018. 

MINIMUM ORDER QUANTITIES.  In some instances our fabrics are made-to-order by the roll or by the metre and typical standards are often 1,000 metre MOQs.  STSC cater to very large commercial orders plus have established the Sustainable Textiles Club to support emerging designers worldwide who require only small MOQs.

We work to develop close-knit supply chains to minimise our production's environmental footprint plus strive to create circular economies.

Businesses are added to our Supply Chains who we know use sustainable resources, plus show environmentally and socially responsible practices that actively contribute to India’s social, economic and environmental improvement. 

Our goal is to create a booming sustainable fabric industry that will support families, particularly farmers and women Artisans in India.

Businesses we support range from women working from home, through to professionally accredited large production houses.

The Circular Centre will launch first in Sydney in 2019/20 and will showcase circular economy initiatives through the lens of contemporary design and fashion, plus collaborate and educate on inter-industry circular economy practices.


Starting at the beginning of a supply chain, the Centre will showcase beautiful, contemporary fashion made with true sustainable textiles.  We unite eco-fabric makers from Austria, India, Indonesia and Japan plus artisans from India with emerging and established Australian fashion designers plus guest international designers.

The Centre will retail fashion and product design through curated Showcases alongside public talks, workshops and events focusing on the circular economy.  

STSC work with the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University's Eco Green Unit to support their "Wealth From Waste" Project. 


The Unit have worked to develop an improved Fibre Extraction Machine, and along with additional support from Prime Minister Modi's Make In India initiative, the Eco Green Unit offer subsidies to banana farmers and communities to help them purchase machines and receive training.

By working with STSC you will help make a difference as we pledge to donate a % from each sale to a dedicated fund so we can purchase and gift Fibre Extraction Machines to farming communities.

Currently only 10% of banana pseudo stems are used for making fabric or products after each harvest.  The majority is removed at great cost to the farmer, and often burnt, adding to local air pollution.  We aim to change this.

get in touch

Learn more about STSC's fashion and eco activists, Alison and Watson Jose

HQ. SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA  Tel. (61) 0-414 289 778

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