Textile Sourcebook, Sustainability Trends
Consumers are looking for fabrics made of natural materials, and cork, bamboo, and grass fibers are gaining attention for their use in both apparel and footwear material. Cork fabric is made from the shavings obtained from the bark of the cork oak tree; bamboo fibers are extracted from the bamboo plant, either chemically or mechanically; and grass fibers come from several types of grasses. Biodegradable and made without the use of toxins, these organic fibers create fabrics that are breathable, have a smooth hand, and are surprisingly durable.
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