Because find a perfect pair of Jeans is like finding a best friend for Life.
Denim is one of the most durable and easy-to-combine materials, that’s why it is considered one of the basic pieces to have in the wardrobe.
A perfect pair of Jeans elevates every look. And is a historical piece that represents freedom, and a good rebellion as well as feminine individualism.
However a pair of Jeans, despite being produced with cotton, which is a natural fiber, unfortunately, is not as sustainable as we may think. When we start to deconstruct all the processes, from the cotton fields, pesticides, water waste, treatments, and washes, the truth comes up.
On the other hand, jeans are one of the most timeless pieces. And this is the best feature to have. By avoiding fast fashion, and looking for more stable and sustainable jeans brands that seek more ecological solutions in product development is a good alternative to fashion waste.
7 Sustainable Jeans Brands for Women
Who daily explore solutions to produce better and more sustainably
Kuyichi Pure Goods journey, as a sustainable jeans brand, started in 2000 in Peru, South America. When the founders of Kuyichi, NGO Solidaridad, exploring the cotton industry in Peru discover the pollution and the poverty around. They concluded that it was time for a change. They started collaborating with local cotton farmers, rewarding them and everyone involved in the supply chain, for their hard work and stimulating them to produce fair and organic cotton. Without the use of toxic chemicals.
Kuyichi Pure Goods makes sustainable denim and timeless wardrobe essentials, fairly made to last. All the products are made from organic and recycled materials, by people who are treated and paid right.
Based in Los Angeles, ÉTICA stands out in the ideals of fair labor, environmentally conscious manufacturing, and social responsibility. The brand is at the heart of sustainability in premium denim, using cutting-edge technologies to reduce waste, water, and energy use.
ÉTICA dramatically reduces water usage by 90%, energy consumption by 63% and chemical usage by 70% compared to industry standards.
Made in Los Angels, FRAME is a brand that bridgesheritage and quality with a distinctly European aesthetic. Its collections take inspiration from the French way of “dressed up casual” manifested by the style icons of the 1970’s.
Designed in Los Angeles, Boyish Jeans is a collection of sustainable women’s denim, centered on vintage silhouettes with a modern update. Inspired by the stylish women who often describe their personal style as “Boyish”, the brand utilizes men’s fabrics and fits tailored for a woman’s body.
Boyish Jeans’ initiatives in sustainable fashion include partnering with ethical factories, employing one-third less water than is generally used to produce a pair of jeans, and using only recycled fabrics and materials for everything the company produces.
The EDWIN brand, which was founded in Tokyo, Japan, in 1947, is known for its authenticity, innovation, and craftsmanship. EDWIN combines thoughtfully designed jeans and innovation in sustainable manufacturing methods.
The average pair of EDWIN USA jeans uses 98% less water during processing than the average pair of jeans
When in 2017 Everlane launched its Denim collection, they committed to doing things differently.
Everlane denim is made at some of the world’s cleanest factories. Whether they recycle their water, use renewable energy, or repurpose byproducts to create premium jeans minus the waste, these facilities exceed the environmental regulations held by any other factories in the industry.
Therefore, Everlane denim is organic and introduced Roica® V550 yarn into their lineup—the first stretch yarn worldwide that isn’t made with harmful chemicals.
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