Woven and knitted fabrics from Italy, China, Korea, Turkey, Brazil, India
China, Italy, Mexico and India based garment partners
Italian, Korean and Chinese yarns
Sustainable linings and stock service
Full package based in India
Zipper, footwear, buttons and
MTI USA is a textile agency that prioritizes sustainable and innovative materials (yarns, knits and woven fabrics). We offer intelligent and certified garment manufacturing to meet our partners' needs. In a few words: We are a one stop shop for building a sustainable garment collection.
MTI USA brings together the different components of a supply chain, from raw materials to the manufactured and finished product. We bring over 30 years of experience and connections to support our partners in developing their network of suppliers and their realized designs. We are able to accommodate meetings at our showroom in NY to present our different collections of fabrics, yarns and trims. Additionally, we can offer a sustainable and smart garment production solution known as “full package”.
In order to sustain our relationships and promote new ones, the MTI USA team attends many fabric and garments shows all around the World such as Premiere Vision Paris and New York, Milano Unica, Shanghai Intertextile, Texworld Paris and New York, Pitti Filati and Pitti Uomo, among others.
The Ecologist doesn’t see the human race as a separate entity from the planet and its resources, but part of it. Their motivations for preserving the planet are that nature and humanity have an inherent value and should be protected because of that.
The Environmentalist sees nature or the planet as separate from the human race. It is there for humans, and as such humans should have stewardship over the world. They see the planet as something to be preserved so that humans can survive and evolve.
The Economist understands the measures of unsustainability arising from a consumer led culture treating finite resources as an income, but has faith that market forces and a “business as usual” approach will result in a natural crisis aversion occurring; that the system will sort itself out through technological advances if left to its own devices.