Sustainable Fabrics: The Madison Collection
Do you use natural or synthetic fabrics, and what motivates this choice?
Synthetic fabrics or microfibers are detrimental to our environment. Microfiber is actually a petroleum-based product – made up of tiny synthetic fibers. Each time they are washed, 1900 microscopic bits of plastic per item, per wash cycle get flushed into the water supply, where they are ingested by fish, and ultimately enter our food supply. It’s important to think holistically when acting eco-friendly. One hundred percent cotton towels and linens offer a natural alternative that won’t add to the plastic pollution plaguing our waters.