Once each month, RE:SOURCE invites a sustainable textile vendor to present their materials, fibers and / or processes.
Join us for November’s Textile Tuesday with Digifair in our new space in NYC’s Garment District.
Cannot make it in person? You can also book and join the Live Stream.
About the Workshop
Digifair is a platform designed to take care of every step of fabric sourcing: from ordering swatches and sample yardage, to ordering bulk production through delivery. The company leverages creativity in fashion by thoroughly understanding fashion designers’ textile needs and catalyzing relevant global connections.
Digifair aims to disrupt the logic of fabric sourcing: fabric buyers request exactly what they want, – no MOQ. Digifair’s concierges listen to those demands and quote the product, taxes, and logistics. Fashion designers only have to approve it and have it delivered by their doors.
Join Arnaldo Goldemberg, CEO of Digifair, as he discusses the disruptive power of on-demand services and how the platform enables you to connect with the best partners around the world.
4pm – 5 pm: Presentation
5pm – 6 pm: Q&A and review fabrics!
About the Organiser
RE:SOURCE is the sustainable textile library and sourcing service wing of the Study NY Consultancy, focused on inspiring change through education initiatives and textile research.
Our team of experienced consultants at Study NY have in-depth knowledge of the fashion industry and how to seamlessly integrate sustainability initiatives into any size brand or business. We work with established designers, new start-ups and corporate clients to provide them with a general overview of sustainable manufacturing principles, with particular expertise in textiles and apparel production. Based on your needs, we can advise on specific sourcing requirements or provide a basic understanding of production for apparel and accessory development and production.
Some things we can help with:
- Sourcing responsible fabrics and mills through our textile library
- Life cycle thinking: a general overview or an assessment of your specific product(s)
- Setting sustainability goals: inventory your sustainable strategies and how you can scale/add to them
- Referrals to apparel manufacturers within our extensive database
- Understanding how to produce locally and internationally.