Recycled jeans are made in multiple ways, and each brand featured here have their unique methods.
Taking old vintage jeans and upcycling them to create a new modern life is something that denim brands RE/DONE, E.L.V. Denim, and Triarchy’s Atelier Line all do. These jeans often feature unique cuts with inserted panels and mismatched pockets, all part of the charm of re-invented recycled jeans.
James Jeans and Boyish, pictured, both source eco-friendly recycled cotton textiles for their jeans. These fabrics are created by combining recycled and new virgin fibers to ensure durability.
Why not use the Blue Jeans Go Green program to recycle your old jeans? Send them off to be recycled and re-purposed into something new like building insulation.
BOYISH is a line of sustainable women's denim featuring vintage finishes and modern cuts. Produced entirely of recycled eco-friendly fabrics.
Colovos is a NYC label making impeccably-made minimalist, modern pieces for everyday wear. Known for recycled jeans and artful draping.
James Jeans manufacture their classic, everyday jeans in Los Angeles. Made from hemp blends and recycled cotton for sustainability.
RE/DONE is a sustainable label specializing in restoring vintage Levi's jeans into modern fits with pre-loved quality. Jeans re-done for you.