What they are made of plays a huge role in the sustainability of our clothes: luckily, the number of sustainable materials is increasing exponentially, giving us hope for a better future for fashion.

At OASEAS we know that keeping up with all the new materials that are being developed and establishing which are the most ethical and sustainable ones can be overwhelming. That's why we have created a 101 guide for the sustainable consumer, to allow you to navigate like an expert among the endless possibilities of fashion materials.

We will be updating this guide continuously as we discover new ones as well, so don't forget to check this guide regularly.


Organic clothing are made from materials raised in or grown in compliance with organic agricultural standards.

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One attempt to reduce useless waste is to use recycled materials. This includes recycling old textiles, and waste.

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Plant Based

Materials derived from a range of plant systems, primarily agricultural crops, forestry products, and processing streams in the fiber industries, being both vegan and biodegradable.

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Sustainable & Alternative Leather

Conventional Leather's impact on animals, workers and the environment it's huge. Luckily, there are several alternatives like vegan leather and chrome-free leather.

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