MARJ makes it a point of honor to choose its fabrics wisely with several requirements such as sourcing fabrics mostly from Europe and with high-quality. The fabrics that come from Asia are all approved by labels. As we believe that the less polluting fabric is the one that already exist, we mostly use deadstock fabrics, which are leftovers from other brands or fabric manufacturers who overproduced.
This ribbed knit is made of organic cotton and lyocell, it was a deadstock fabric from Portugal.
This tartan taffeta is made of polyester and polyamide. It has been saved from waste : it was a deadstock of an Italian luxury fashion brand.
This stripped seersucker is made of cotton from an upcycled deadstock Dutch fabric.
This black twill is made of cotton, it was a deadstock from our Spanish supplier Recovo.
This black and printed poplin is made of cotton, it was a deadstock fabric from french and british luxury brands.
This embroided corduroy is made of cotton, it was a deadstock fabric from France.
This Jersey is made of organic cotton GOTS certified. It has been produced by Stanley/Stella in Bangladesh.
This molleton is made of organic cotton GOTS certified and recycled polyester. It has been produced by Stanley/Stella in Bangladesh.
This black nylon is made of recycled nylon, it is a deadstock from Spain.
This neon green lining is a 100% polyester canvas. It was a deadstock frabric from France.
This monomaterial crinkle satin is made of 100% polyester. It is a deadstock from Spain.
This purple polyamide is made of 95% recycled polyamide and 5% elastane. It is a deadstock fabric from Spain.