London-based contemporary womenswear label, Rixo, continues to broaden its eco-friendly offering with its debut 13-piece sustainable denim collection.
The collection features classic Rixo pieces reimagined in sustainable denim, including dresses, tops, jackets, a jumpsuit, and a waistcoat, alongside a combination of new styles such as the midi denim skirt 'Maxine' and the denim dress 'Malia,' which has embroidery on the low v-neck collar and sleeves.
The denim has been benchmarked against the Environmental Impact Measurement (EIM) scoring system software, which evaluated each piece's impact during washing and finishing in four categories: water usage, energy consumption, effect on workers’ health, and chemical impact.
The complete sustainable denim collection is low-impact, meaning it was made with less water, fewer chemicals, and fewer emissions. Furthermore, the denim collection was created with a non-stretch 100% cellulosic material, making it substantially easier to recycle, in accordance with the brand's circular economy ideas.
Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey, Rixo Co-founders, said that they're so delighted to finally show their #humansofrixo what they've been working on!. It's a wonderful time for them to be able to offer even another more sustainable collection with pieces that can be worn throughout the year. Rixo products are made to last a lifetime and be passed down to friends and family — they're able to achieve this because they use high-quality, sustainable materials.
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