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4 Eco-Friendly Alternatives for Commonly Used Textiles

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With sustainability efforts on the rise, more and more options are becoming available for designers looking to start an eco-friendly label, or for those shifting to their first sustainable collection. From plants to fish, below are a few of the many natural alternatives now available to replace harmful synthetic fabrics.
4 Eco-Friendly Alternatives for Commonly Used Textiles

As sustainability continues to be the focal topic of discussion in all things textiles, more and more options are becoming available to designers looking to start an eco-friendly label, or for those shifting to their first sustainable collection. From plants to fish, below are a few of the many natural alternatives now available to replace harmful synthetic fabrics like polyester and nylon.

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