Australian-made, sustainable denim brand Nobody Denim, pictured, is at the forefront of producing ethically made jeans. The label has recently released the first Certified Carbon Positive Denim Collection in partnership with FibreTrace, a technology that traces and verifies raw fiber to finished product. Reformation has also partnered with FibreTrace to create the first collection of fully traceable ethical denim in the USA.
Edwin is an ethical jeans brand taking proactive steps to improve its carbon footprint. The Japanese label will offer free repairs for life and incorporate 100% certified organic cotton by 2022. The brand also partners with the only B-Corp certified apparel manufacturer in Asia.
Why not explore the exciting new ethical jeans brands crafting recycled denim clothing from old vintage jeans. Find modern deconstructed jeans from brands like Boyish and etica.
BOYISH is a line of sustainable women's denim featuring vintage finishes and modern cuts. Produced entirely of recycled eco-friendly fabrics.
CQY premium jeans are made in Los Angeles from the finest cotton textiles sourced sustainably in Japan and Italy. You'll find classically cut authentic jeans.
EDWIN is a pioneering Japanese jeans brand known for cutting-edge denim clothing. It works with the only B-Corp certified apparel manufacturer in Asia which balances purpose and profit.
ética is an LA-based sustainable label making denim clothing, often authentically destructed, from organic cotton and recycled materials. The brand minimizes waste, water, and energy.