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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