One thing is for certain, denim will never go out of style and thus, fashion designers are pressed to create the sustainable jeans of the future, in regards to the climate crisis and the decline of fast fashion.
Many brands are quite creative with this by figuring out ways to reduce the usage of water, playing around with dye alternatives, and employing a variety of planet-friendly materials. Madewell's Eco Collection is a great example of this. The company has developed a sustainable jeans product that uses 65% fewer chemicals and 75% less water. Moreover, its practice also targets the minimization of food waste by employing discarded shrimp and lobster shells as a dye for its eco product. Other companies like a n a r a utilize hemp as a primary material for sustainable jeans, entailing that the pant will have 50% less of a global impact in relation to all-cotton denim.
From Shrimp Shell-Dyed Denim to Recycled Plastic Bottle Jeans
Sustainable Stretch Jeans
Woodies Denim Launched a Line of Affordable Eco-Friendly Denim
Sustainable Foam-Dyed Denim
Wrangler's 'Indigood' Reduces 99% of Water from the Dyeing Process
Shrimp Shell-Dyed Denim
Madewell's Eco Collection Uses Less Water & Food Industry By-Products
Premium Eco Denim
FEEL's 'Genuine Jean' Sustainably Reimagines a Classic Style
Recycled Plastic Bottle Jeans
The Paper&Rock Jeans Boast 20 Features for Wearers
Sustainable Vintage Jeans
Ani Wells Launches her Guilt-Free Shopping Platform 'Simply Suzette'
Cottonized Hemp Fabric Denim
Levi's Wellthread x Outerknown Collection Supports Sustainability
Stylishly Versatile Eco-Friendly Jeans
Each Pair of Paper&rock Boasts 10 Recycled Plastic Bottles
Eco-Conscious Hemp Denim
a n a r a's Denim Silhouette is Comfy, Stylish, & Incredibly Versatile
Sustainable Denim Lookbooks
Jack&Jones Launched a 'Low Impact Denim' Collection