The Spring Edit: 6 Statement-Making & Sustainable Denim Brands You Need To Know
Your denim should be anything but drab this spring and thanks to these sustainable brands, you can get some that are not only spotlight-stealers but also better for the environment
Kevin Germanier has long been known for his sustainable-glam designs, beloved by many K-pop celebrities like CL who recently wore his pieces on her Spotify album cover. Lucky for us mortals, he also makes casual items like denim, with a splash of crystals of course, that we can rock any day with a simple T-shirt.
A household name at this point, Re/done continues to push their sustainable denim in interesting ways, always creating shapes one step ahead of trends, like these 80s fold-over mom jeans that can be dressed up or down.
Frame has been around for ages but their sustainable line only started in 2019, featuring recycled cotton and eco-friendly washes. By 2021, Frame is dedicated to lining pockets with 30% recycled polyester, which equals to about 1 recycled water bottle per jean. We personally love the wide-cuffed Le Piper style.