Doc Cotton started life in Peckham, London in 2017. Offering a no waste alternative to fast fashion, the team created every garment by hand from printing to production. Sadly, as with so many start-ups the combination of Covid and a difficult trading environment meant that Doc Cotton had to close its doors in April 2019.
However, our investors believed in the brand and were determined to breathe new life into the business.
So, Doc Cotton shut up shop in London and re-located to a purpose-built state of the art workroom, in the beautiful Suffolk countryside under a new management team consisting of Georgie Croft and Jules Durrant. Who have backgrounds in fashion and interiors respectively. They are both passionate about developing a brand that offers great design, comfort and usability combined with sustainable and ethical practices.
In the time that has passed between Doc Cotton’s original launch and today, sustainability in fashion has developed and become a necessity for brands. In 2017 Doc Cotton was a leader in ethical practices. To keep a relevant voice within this ever-growing market, and on the back of months of research and product development, Doc Cotton is now a lifestyle brand that holds true to its sustainable and ethical roots.
Working with local textile students, the team have developed an exciting range of prints whose roots are based in the beautiful Suffolk flora and fauna.
Doc Cotton is the fabric of Suffolk.
The new Doc Cotton is launching with a small range of sleepwear and basics for your home in our unique range of prints. All items are created by hand in our workroom, using sustainably sourced cotton, bamboo silk and linen mixes, Doc Cotton offers luxury and style made to last.
Responsibily made to order
Using sustainably sourced cotton, bamboo silk and linen mixes, Doc Cotton offers luxury and style made to last.