deadstock


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deadstock

(ˈdɛdˌstɒk)
n
(Commerce) the merchandise or commodities of a shop, etc, that is unsold and generating no income
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deadstock

[ˌdedˈstɒk] Naperos mpl
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Deadstock: Ultimate Resellers BBC3, from today Imagine a youthful version of Cash In The Attic or Bargain Hunt and you've got the idea behind this new four-part series.
Having said that, if sustainability was my first priority, my first port of call would be secondhand fabric, followed by deadstock (leftover fabric ordered by fashion brands, film sets etc.), and then I would look again at my fiber choice if I had to buy new.
Deadstock: Ultimate Resellers BBC3 Imagine a more youthful version of Cash In The Attic or Bargain Hunt and you've got the idea behind this new four-part series, which is being made available as a boxset.
"In recent years, our two companies have worked together jointly in terms of live and deadstock sales.
Most of the fabrics used to produce the garments are either deadstock or remnants.
Stadium Goods is a sneaker and streetwear marketplace, specialising in new and deadstock (brand new, never been worn before, second-hand) products.
Proceeding from a zero-waste mind-set, they use deadstock fabrics which would otherwise end up in landfills.
Deputy Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Arcandra Tahar said Indonesia has around 3.6 million barrels of crude oil deadstock which until now cannot be utilized.
The festival brought vintage, rare, box-fresh and deadstock trainers for collectors to buy, swap or just look lovingly at.