I second that. It's a real need but satisfying customers with their orders is the primary target.
The fabrics we have are from different sources including TMason and other reputed mills.
We are moving towards a standard of classifying each fabric as Luxire instead of the mill that makes it.
We select our fabrics based on our quality standards and stand by each shirt we make.
You can thus choose any of Luxire fabric and be confident that they would meet your high expectations. Do go by the description and do feel free to ask any questions regarding its weight or feel.
Hm, not sure whether that'd be the best move in my opinion. Of course, I do understand your point of view but even when I'm going to the best bespoke tailor in Paris (Camps de Luca in my opinion), I'll ask who's the draper/mill (Scabal, Loro Piana, Holland & Sherry, etc.). I know they have fabrics of great quality but still, there are some I prefer and I definitely appreciate to know what I'm buying.
Naming all of your cloths Luxire is an understandable choice but I think most people would like to know what they're choosing as they'll have a reference.
If you seriously intend to do it anyway, my piece of advice would be to offer for 5/10 USD, whatever price you might consider appropriate, a bunch of fabrics to be sent to customers so that they can see what kind of fabrics you have.
I own quite a significant number of suits and shirts and between a wool and cashmere fabric from a very 'standard' draper and a wool and cashmere from Loro Piana, there's a great difference. The same goes with shirt fabrics, I will never think that "no name" 120/2 are the same than 120/2 from Alumo, Albini and others.
That's not my decision but I just thought I'd give my opinion. I love your concept, your prices, your flexibility and the speed at which you deliver orders but not indicating the mill isn't the best move according to me.