The ones you should be wearing.
The fabrics we wear play a major part in our environmental and social impact. How will it be washed? Could it potentially be recycled one day? What chemicals were used to produce this fabric? At Thrills, we make an effort to consider all implications when sourcing materials to ensure the construction of our clothing doesn’t come at a cost to people or our planet, both before it reaches our cutting table and after it leaves our hangers.
So what makes a material more sustainable than others? Lots. There’s land use, water consumption, eco-toxicity, human toxicity, energy input, emissions output, ability to be recycled, landfill diversion and more. We take this all into account and you should, too. Read through our preferred materials below.