6. Nudie Jeans Co
Every pair of Nudie Jeans comes with the promise of free repairs, no matter where you bought them from. They are made from 100% organic cotton, and made to last you forever. Jeans should become your skin, and Nudie Jeans make sure to work with suppliers and makers who ensure their jeans are sustainable for you and the planet.
7. MUD Jeans
MUD Jeans realise resources on earth are limited. Even though we could walk around naked to reduce our impact, that’s not current reality. Jeans produced in a circular economy at MUD Jeans are second best. When a pair of MUD Jeans has come to an end, MUD Jeans turn them into a new pair of jeans, named after their previous owner, and sold as vintage jeans for the next user to wear.
Women should feel beautiful in everything they wear, no matter their size or shape. This is Reformation’s mission. They make all products from sustainable materials, including rescued deadstock fabric and re-purposed vintage clothing. The factory where Reformation clothing is made, uses the most efficient, eco-friendly, and pro-social technologies and methods they can find. Reformation strive to offset their impact on the planet by planting more forests and investing in environment focused organisations that give back.
9. AG Jeans
AG Jeans believe in being socially active and responsible. Waste reduction, energy efficiency, supply chain transparency, eco-friendly fibres; AG Jeans are walking the walk. You’ll find tops, shirts, dresses, and of course jeans, for both men and women.
10. G-Star RAW
“Sustainability is a condition for doing business at G-Star and a process of continuous improvement.” Denim innovation is G-Star’s focus, and they are quick to outline their sustainability reports and supply chain details with the opinion that their customers have the right to know. G-Star offer jeans for both men and women, along with several other non-denim products.