Nowadays ideas and processes are coming up daily to produce (plastic,) textiles and leather organically, and under the influence of vegetarians and vegans, especially from plants. Leather from fruit, pouches, avocados, fungi ... And also textile fibers from wood.


From wood, the cellulose molecule was used to make the first artificial fiber on a natural basis: rayon, also known as artificial silk or viscose. The production was environmentally harmful due to polluting waste materials. More and more ecological alternatives are being developed.

Microfiber cellulose pulp flows through a mouthpiece, where the fibers rotate and come in one direction, creating a strong, elastic fiber network. This is spun and dried into an airy and sturdy wool-like material for textile production. The only by-product is evaporated water, which is led back into the process.