Fine Asian Silks & Fabrics, Textile Printing, and so much more in the Heart of the NYC Garment Center!

Getsilk, Inc. has been established as a quality wholesaler and importer of silk fabrics since 1993. We currently have our own dyeing and printing mill based in Suzhou, China, coupled with a New York City showroom conveniently located in the heart of the Garment Center.

With our unique computer color matching formulation, we are able to ensure color consistency and quality control in-house.

In Union City, NJ, we have a heat transfer facility for printing on Polyester and Nylon fabrics, with no minimums and 1-3 day lead time for sampling. Overseas in China we print on most fabrics, with low minimums... (more)


We help our customers to select the best fabrics and textile printing processes for their unique project, based on the end use of printed fabric, timing, budget, and each project is cared for with personalized attention. Our color and project management is in-house, and hands-on from start to finish. Our customers include mainly apparel companies, from very high-end to just getting started. There is a product and textile service available to meet the ever-changing needs of the Fashion industry, and all areas of the Art & Design community.


We are an Importer & Developer of Asian Silks & Fine Fabrics that we commonly stock overseas, and oftentimes sample yardage is available in our New Jersey warehouse. Our greige goods from China can be dyed in our 72 standard colors, and we also custom dye.


Yes! We specialize in custom digital textile printing domestically, in Union City, NJ on Polyester and Nylon fabrics. Here we can produce anywhere from 1YD to 100s for sample yardage and production. There are no minimums, and lead time is 1-3 days depending on the project. Overseas in China we use screen and digital textile printing with 10-20YD minimums per design file, with the ability to match pantones on mainly silks, silk blends, and many others to include poly and rayon.


We have the capability to do very large runs, from 100s to 1000s of yards of dyed goods, or printed.