Atelier & Repairs and Candiani Denim’s Sustainable Collaboration

Luxury denim that employs eco-friendly materials and processes

While denim is a favorite fabric of millions of consumers, it comes at quite the cost for our environment. Between the raw cotton material, dye, wash supplies and water, jeans (and all denim apparel) take a sizable amount of material to create, but that material can rarely be reused. Think of how long some vintage jeans have been kept. And while quality is always of …

For Days Works to End Clothing Waste

Through donation-based credits and a lifetime exchange program, the brand offers a more thoughtful approach to shopping

For LA-based clothing company For Days, closing the loop (and subsequently limiting clothing waste and closet clutter) is a primary goal. The brand’s collection of elevated basics (made from a blend of 70% virgin cotton and 30% recycled material) includes unisex joggers, hoodies, long- and short-sleeve shirts and more—all for $38 each. When you buy an item from For Days, your membership is included. With …

Nudie Jeans’ Limited Edition Bloodline Collection

Celebrating their 15th anniversary, the company releases a range of dry selvedge denims

Swedish denim brand Nudie Jeans has, since its inception in 2001, always been purveyors and fans of Japanese selvedge (“selvage” to some) denim and now—for their 15th anniversary—they are releasing a very limited edition range. The Bloodline collection is made up of dry selvedge denim crafted using cotton, paper, hemp and bamboo; meaning they not only look great, they are also eco-friendly—keeping in line with …