This is sustainable denim
"Triarchy jeans are sustainably produced in Mexico City, where the factory they work with uses 85% recycled water. This is revolutionary, and it is achieved through a system in which natural bacteria consumes the indigo dye before re-introducing it to the wash process again and again. The women's denim is made using Tencel Cotton blend, which is a processed wood fibre made from the eucalyptus tree. Not only is the energy used to grow, produce and manufacture Tencel 100% renewable, it also uses 85% less water than cotton to grow and process. The men's denim is sourced to require low to no wash as it is engineered as a raw denim with the added benefit of stealth stretch woven in for comfort & durability. All of Triarchy's hardware is made of nickel-free recycled sheet metal in a factory with a closed loop water system which uses technology designed to conserve water by 80%. All of their leather labels are made using recycled leather. Finally, all of their care labels are made from recycled water bottles. All the efforts that Triarchy makes saves on average 1400 gallons of water per pair of jeans."