Cuirs du Futur at Blossom Premiere Vision

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% cotton, 43% Tencel Lyocell and 2% Elastane.

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.  Matthias Robl

Shiny leathers by Carisma at Blossom Première Vision.

Shiny leathers by Carisma at Blossom Première Vision.  Dominique Maître/WWD

Lenzing Denim

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

Blossom Premiere Vision Paris

Colorful metalized wool by Isisi at Blossom Première Vision.  Dominique Maître

Biodegradable glitter at Hurel

A unique biodegradable glitter textile by Hurel at Blossom Première Vision.  Dominique Maître/WWD

Tissages Perrin at Blossom Première Vision.

Cream-colored sheen by Tissages Perrin at Blossom Première Vision.  Dominique Maître/WWD

Cuirs du Futur at Blossom Premiere Vision

Cuir du Futur’s sparkling textiles at Blossom Première Vision.  Dominique Maître/WWD

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