Doodlage - Zero waste Fashion with Love
Doodlage started with a simple concept of upcycling industrial fabric waste and scraps which include mis-prints, deadstock, post-cutting waste and end of the line fabrics from large garment and fabric manufacturers. Saving this solid waste from ending up in landfills and energy consuming incineration processes was the goal. The company uses all of this fabric, which is largely a by-product of garment manufacturers, both big and small, to create many short collections.
But this doesn’t mean they are compromising on quality. Durability and great quality remain their focus. Fabric scraps produced in their own unit are further shredded to create textured fabrics which are used in making our home and accessories collections. Doodlage work to be a zero-waste set-up which is incredible and ingenious at the same time.
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