Credit: Lululemon Athletica

Though the words Boolux, Soyla and Hempcious don’t exactly roll off the tongue, it’s not surprising that these nouveau fabrics (made of bamboo, soy and hemp) are from tongue-twisting clothing-change agents Oqoqo, an offshoot of Lululemon.

Or that its latest offering, the Manifesto Tee, sports snappy sustainability statements. These super-soft shirts are made from MicroModal, an ultra-light textile that is spun from the fibre of beech trees. Their fibre production follows strict sustainability principles, and only TCF (totally chlorine-free) pulp is used in production.

Now you can speak your mind without even saying a word.

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