Everything You Need To Know About Sustainable Materials

Love the environment by including natural fibers into your timeless pieces. By using naturally sourced fibers such as cotton, wool, silk, and bamboo, we eliminate the amount of detrimental effects to the social and environmental aspects of the textile industry. Sustainable fabrics that minimize mainstream alternatives, such as organic and chemical-free farming, the use of recycled materials, a circular manufacturing process, and a plan for an end-of-life disposal. The conventional alternatives to sustainable materials consist of synthetic fibers used in the production of clothes that not only harm the consumers and the environment but are detrimental to the makers during the manufacturing process due to the hazardous chemicals produced and are immediately inhaled by garment workers. To avoid this, purchase clothes that are made from plant-based fibers, animal-derived materials, and innovative fabrics.

Natural Sustainable Fabrics: Vegan

  • Organic Cotton
  • Recycled Cotton
  • Hemp
  • Linen



Recycled Synthetic Sustainable Fabrics: Vegan

    • Made from both pre- and post-consumer plastic waste
  • Recycled polyester



Sustainable Semi-Synthetic Fabrics: Mostly Vegan

  • Lyocell
    • Used as a substitute for cotton or silk. A form of rayon and is composed primarily of cellulose derived from wood

Potentially-Sustainable Natural Animal Fabrics: Non-Vegan

  • Sheep Wool
  • Merino Wool
  • Alpaca Wool
  • Cashmere
  • Down
  • Silk 
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