Compression fabric is the term used on materials used in performance garments.
Resilience is a term used to describe a fabric or materials ability to return to the original state after being deformed over prolonged continuation; essential aspects of endurance are wrinkle resistance recovery from wrinkles, loft (compressional resistance), acute retention and crease retention.
Wrinkle resistance is a term used to describe the character of a fabric that resists the formation of wrinkles when subjected to a folding deformation. Wrinkle resistance in a material is desirable characteristics. However, difficult to measure quantitatively.