ABOUT OUR FABRICS
Denim is a super strong cotton twill weave that got quite famous for being used in Blue Jeans.
Traditionally a not-so-clean product given the amount of water it consumes, we try to overcome that issue by working with two top-notch Denim factories (Candiani - Italy - Troficolor in Portugal).
We have also decided to work with 100% organic cotton denim until now (no elastane), but as I'm writing this our Production Team is developing a new pair of Jeans that combines Organic Cotton with post-consumer Recycled Cotton.
Fun fact we've read online: "Denim was first produced in the city of Nîmes in France, and was originally called the serge de Nîmes. The word denim is an English colloquialism of the French term: de nim.”
WHERE OUR FABRICS ARE MADE
We believe that being sustainable requires having a transparent supply chain and knowing in detail the whole story behind our staples along their production process.
So we map our chain and share it with everyone as a commitment to improving the conditions and contributing to a better way of doing fashion.
MAKE IT LAST LONGER
We chose our materials carefully in order to have the lowest environmental and social impact & the best product for you to use.
However, it is equally important to make the right after-care decisions in order to extend the life of your product and keep its quality over time
MAKE IT LAST LONGER - TIP 1
TAKING CARE OF DENIM GARMENTS
- Preferably wash by hand, using cold or lukewarm water. Treat any stains before washing the full piece.
- Remove from the washing machine as soon as the programme finishes to avoid creasing.
- Air dry in the inside out, preferably with lower direct exposure to the sun.
- Before washing it, take a moment to reflect if you can skip it and just air dry it.
- Use a gentle brush to take out any dirt or dust.
OUR DENIM GARMENTS
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