Yolanda Leask and Martin Brambley are the two young entrepreneurs behind the company Doppelhaus. In this episode, the two fashion textile experts talk about their product Cloudwool. Cloudwool is a non-woven fabric made out of wool. Yolanda and Martin share how they came up for the idea of Cloudwool and what they are trying to achieve with this product for wool and the planet.
Yolanda Leask and Martin Brambley are the founders and Directors of Doppelhaus Ltd.
Doppelhaus Ltd is a textile company specialising in utilising non-woven technology for the creation of high-quality fabrics. Their novel approach involves meticulous consideration and research in to supply chains, sustainability and surface technology/design.
Yolanda’s and Martin’s vision remains to develop and produce reliable, high-quality textiles for many industries. They are on hand to impart their unparalleled creativity and passion into a project you may have. The two are based in London & Berlin.
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Key Time Stamps
[00:50] Introductions by Yolanda Leask and Martin Brambley
[02:39] About Doppelhaus and Cloudwool
[05:42] How the idea came about for Cloudwool
[09:21] Explanation of the name Cloudwool
[11:09] What are non-woven fabrics?
[15:44] How do Cloudwool fabrics look like?
[17:05] Benefits of Cloudwool
[18:57] Why Cloudwool uses British wool
[28:02] How Cloudwool fabrics can be used
[34:29] Where is Cloudwool manufactured
[35:42] The challenges of developing Cloudwool
[37:39] Biggest learning from developing Cloudwool
[42:13] Future plans for Cloudwool
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