It takes many years to wear out dress clothes enough to justify replacing them, and in that interval things change. While ordering replacement slacks online, I carefully selected the manufacturer's name, the waist and inseam, the color, and the style - but never thought to check the fabric. The slacks that arrived carried this tag.
The material fulfills the definition of a "fabric" (it's woven) and a "cloth" (made of fibers), but the woven fibers are recycled plastic, and I assume pretty much equivalent to what we used to call "polyester." The manufacturers report that they are recycling over 4,000 plastic bottles per minute.
I'm posting this not as virtue-signaling, but rather to seek advice from readers about the quality of fabrics like this. It looks to be wrinkle-free and probably stain-resistant, and it's a bit clingy from static electricity and very lightweight. I suspect if I try to research the subject the first page of hits will be puff pieces and promotional items. So I would like readers to share with me (and other readers) their experiences wearing this new plastic fabric.