The New Denim Project is a third-generation family-owned textile mill based in Guatemala. Their sole purpose is to create natural fabrics by upcycling textile excess. To do this, they collect pre-consumer industrial waste from various textile mills, grind the scraps back into fiber, then respin them to fabricate new yarns and fabrics. Their circular manufacturing process is chemical-free, dye-free and uses minimal water and energy. Wow, right?
We are beyond proud to be using their fabric and think they are a prime example of sustainability at its best!