JB RESPONSIBLE SOURCING GUIDE

FABRIC MATRIX

MOST RESPONSIBLE RESPONSIBLE STANDARD PHASING OUT DO NOT USE
  • Cotton (recycled)
  • Hemp (organic)
  • Linen (organic)
  • Lenzing Ecovero (traceable viscose)
  • Tencel Lyocell
  • Tencel Modal
  • Wool (Responsible Wool Standard)
  • Blends with certifications (i.e. Responsible Wool Standard blended with Organic Cotton)
  • Cotton (organic and GOTS)
  • Deadstock
  • Hemp (conventional)
  • Linen (conventional)
  • Lenzing Viscose
  • Silk
  • Cotton (conventional)
  • Linen/cotton blend (conventional)
  • Ramie Linen (nettle “linen-like” fibres)
  • Silk (conventional)
  • Wool (conventional)
  • Polyester (virgin)
  • Viscose (conventional)
  • Ramie Linen (nettle “linen-like” fibres)
  • Silk (conventional)
  • Wool (conventional)
  • Leather
  • Rayon
The most responsible choice we could make. These fibres are preferred but often harder to source and expensive. We choose these fibres as often as possible within our design and budget constraints. A great responsible choice that often sits within affordability and preferred materials for sustainable goals. We have already transitioned many of our regularly used fibres over to the responsible option. The most commonly used fibres in the fashion industry. These fibres are readily available from most suppliers. We opt for standard fibres when encountering budget, sourcing or design limitations. Non-preferred fibres. Many of these fibres have eco-alternatives that are very costly or harder to procure, however we are putting research and practices in place to work towards phasing out these fibres. A growing list of fibres we have chosen not to work with.

JB RESPONSIBLE SOURCING GUIDE

FABRIC MATRIX

MOST RESPONSIBLE
  • Cotton (recycled)
  • Hemp (organic)
  • Linen (organic)
  • Lenzing Ecovero (traceable viscose)
  • Tencel Lyocell
  • Tencel Modal
  • Wool (Responsible Wool Standard)
  • Blends with certifications (i.e. Responsible Wool Standard blended with Organic Cotton)
The most responsible choice we could make. These fibres are preferred but often harder to source and expensive. We choose these fibres as often as possible within our design and budget constraints.
RESPONSIBLE
  • Cotton (organic and GOTS)
  • Deadstock
  • Hemp (conventional)
  • Linen (conventional)
  • Lenzing Viscose
  • Silk
A great responsible choice that often sits within affordability and preferred materials for sustainable goals. We have already transitioned many of our regularly used fibres over to the responsible option.
STANDARD
  • Cotton (conventional)
  • Linen/cotton blend (conventional)
  • Ramie Linen (nettle “linen-like” fibres)
  • Silk (conventional)
  • Wool (conventional)
The most commonly used fibres in the fashion industry. These fibres are readily available from most suppliers. We opt for standard fibres when encountering budget, sourcing or design limitations.
PHASING OUT
  • Polyester (virgin)
  • Viscose (conventional)
  • Ramie Linen (nettle “linen-like” fibres)
  • Silk (conventional)
  • Wool (conventional)
Non-preferred fibres. Many of these fibres have eco-alternatives that are very costly or harder to procure, however we are putting research and practices in place to work towards phasing out these fibres.
DO NOT USE
  • Leather
  • Rayon
A growing list of fibres we have chosen not to work with.

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