It’s the stuff of movies, television shows, and books, but when it comes to fabric textiles and textiles that have a high quality, there’s no shortage of manufacturers and retailers.
Fabric textiles have been around since the 1950s, but the production of high-end textiles is taking off.
In fact, according to a recent study by the Textile Research Institute, in 2015, the world produced about 5,800,000 tons of high quality textiles—a number that has grown every year since then.
In this article, we’re going to look at a few of the top brands and suppliers of high end textiles on the market today, including some that are making high-tech, high-priced, and ultra-modern fabrics.
Kite Brand: Kite is a name synonymous with luxury fabrics.
Its fabrics are handcrafted in its factory in Ireland, and are made to order using the finest materials.
Its line includes a number of fabrics, including textiles for the suit industry, as well as the classic and casual suit.
However, its best-known brand is the brand Kite, which was founded in 1873 and has grown into one of the largest textiles companies in the world.
In 2017, it announced it was expanding its range to include a range of high performance fabrics for use in luxury brands like Nike and Chanel.
Kip Thorne Textiles: Kip’s fabrics are made from recycled material from the Kite factory in Dublin.
Kips fabrics have a low weight and a low impact on the environment, and they’re made in a variety of fabrics and sizes, including medium, long, and extra long.
The company is based in London and has an office in Ireland.
Kogan Textiles/Kogan Fabrics: Kogan is one of a handful of companies that make fabric textilys from recycled materials, and it’s a company that has its roots in the textile industry.
Kogans products include textiles like wool, linen, silk, and cotton.
Kigans fabrics are woven with a range from 100% recycled paper to 100% synthetic fibers, and Kogan has a strong track record of using sustainable materials.
FABRIC TEXTILES: One of the oldest and most respected fabric mills in the United States, Fabric Textiles has a presence in the luxury textiles industry.
Founded in 1891, the company has grown to include some of the world’s largest textile companies like Dior, Chanel, Ralph Lauren, and Tommy Hilfiger.
FabLab Textiles and FabLab Fabric: FabLab’s fabrics and products are sourced from around the world, and its line includes fabrics for the fashion industry, and a wide range of textiles in all price ranges.
It also has a manufacturing facility in Brooklyn, New York, that is currently being converted into a Fabric Textile factory.
The fabric used in FabLab is sourced from recycled paper from the FabLab factory in Cork, Ireland.
Sperry: In 2016, Sperrys founder and CEO John Sperries announced plans to invest in the fabric industry by purchasing a number the leading textile manufacturers in the US.
S perries first textile purchase, S perry Textiles, came from the textile company Piedmont Wool, and has since grown to become one of its largest and most prominent brands.
Crew: J Crew was founded by brothers John and Andrew Crew, and is known for its premium fabrics.
John Crew was a textile and footwear designer before founding J Crew, which today has more than 10,000 stores in the U.S. and more than 40,000 employees.
In 2015, J Crew bought its first textile, the J Crew Label T-shirt, which is made with recycled paper.
Koyama Textiles / Koyamas Fabric: Koyas fabric is a range that is made from a variety and a number products, and can be used in fabrics from the suit, casual wear, and sportswear industries.
Koya Textiles is one the largest fabric producers in the USA, and also offers a range for high performance wear.
Textilie: The world’s oldest and largest fabric mill in the country, Textilies has been around for nearly a century, and in 2015 it announced its expansion into high-performance textiles.
In 2018, it purchased the luxury brand Textilief for $15 billion.
Ticino Textiles & Co.: Ticinos fabric is sourced primarily from recycled newspaper and recycled pulp.
Tics fabric is made in Italy, and was recently awarded the title of best quality fabric by the International Textile Industry Association (ITIA) in 2017.
Womenswear: In 2017 and 2018, Women’s Wear Wear started using recycled paper in their fabrics,