what is deadstock & surplus fabric?


leftover, forgotten, or overproduced


no less beautiful


Deadstock is a term used to describe fabric that is left over from textile mills and garment factories. Typically deadstock textiles would be considered waste and likely end up in a landfill. We’ve repurposed this fabric to make many of our pieces. Not only are we doing our best not to add to the waste of the fashion industry, but many of these deadstock fabrics are totally unique and often times vintage or antique making for a one of a kind piece you won’t see on the street.


Feel free to email us to find out more or talk sustainable manufacturing - hello@emmarothkopf.world

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