According to this article having vegan clothing should not be very complicated, as it simply means avoiding some materials:
Here’s a list of things to avoid, if you want to keep dead animals out of your closet: leather, fur, silk, feathers, bone, horn, shell, wool, cashmere, shearling, angora, shahtoosh, snakeskin, suede (microsuede is animal free, though), down, pashmina, mohair
However, this deals with the primary materials only. This article illustrates that clothing industry uses hundreds if not thousands of various substances when producing clothing:
The 2010 AATCC (American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists) Buyer’s Guide lists about 2,000 chemical specialties in over 100 categories offered for sale by about 66 companies, not including dyes. The types of products offered run the gamut from antimicrobial agents and binders to UV stabilizers and wetting agents.
So, knowing if all the substances used in your clothes comply with vegan philosophy seems like an impossible task.
Question: Considering above information, is there clothing for vegans?