Biodegradable sparkle fabrics, shiny leathers, green denim and bio-based faux furs are helping pave the sustainability path forward.
Fabric by Chia Her, made with 55 percent cotton, 43 percent Tencel Lyocell and 2 percent Elastane. Photo courtesy of Lenzing.
DuPont Sorona’s faux fur, a buttery soft bio-based material. Photo courtesy of DuPont Industrial Biomaterials.
Shiny leathers by Carisma at Blossom Première Vision.
Denim by Atlantic Mills, made with 31 percent Tencel x Refibra Lyocell, 31 percent recycled cotton and 38 percent cotton. Photo courtesy of Lenzing.
Photo courtesy of Lenzing
Colorful metalized wool by Isisi at Blossom Première Vision.
A unique biodegradable glitter textile by Hurel at Blossom Première Vision.
Cream-colored sheen by Tissages Perrin at Blossom Première Vision.
Cuir du Futur’s sparkling textiles at Blossom Première Vision.
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