First up, the increasingly popular synthetic acetate, and its close variations. The high-street increasingly manufactures off-the-shelf lined jackets using acetate. Unsurprising, since it's simple enough and cheap enough to mass produce.
It’s not an especially durable material. It can tear with little resistance and can fade with regular use. It’s not a lining one could endorse with absolute enthusiasm, however, on the plus side it is resistant to wrinkling and draws moisture away from the body.