The fashion industry has always adapted to new developments and to the rhythm of the times. In recent years, a number of organic fabrics have been incorporated into designs and garments that have advanced brands and companies on the path to sustainability.
Natural elements such as ground coffee, fruit peels such as orange, wood pulp or pineapple leaf fibers are a few of the products that are being used in some fashion productions.¬†It is certainly a small-scale practice today, but it is expected that in the future they will be really traded fabrics.¬†However, it will have to be a change of global mindset as it can be complex to introduce the spider web or cow manure as organic and natural tissues on a large scale without causing consumer rejection.
The development of the circular economy in the economic sectors of society is also applied to the fashion industry.¬†We already know examples such as recycled fashion or brands that have circular clothing collections.¬†Society is gradually becoming aware of this vital need for the environment and the future of future generations.¬†The use of sustainable materials and the reduction of the carbon footprint are urgent tasks.
Suppliers of sustainable fabrics
There are several companies that supply companies and fashion brands of this type of organic fabrics that are fully sustainable.¬†Manufacturers of eco-friendly fabrics are present in countries in Europe, the Americas and throughout the Western world.¬†There are different types of organic fabrics that we can already see on the market.¬†But what are the most widespread sustainable fabrics today?¬†Below is a list:
This list will certainly grow in the coming decades. People should bet on this type of fabrics to fill their closets with sustainability and be eco friendly.