About 70%-80% of our Revice jeans are crafted from the highest quality of premium sustainable dead-stock fabrics.
Sustainable dead-stock fabric is a term used to describe fabric that would have otherwise gone to waste but is repurposed and used to create new products. This type of fabric is considered to be more environmentally friendly and sustainable because it reduces the amount of waste that ends up in landfills and helps to conserve resources. The term "dead-stock" refers to fabric left over from the fashion industry, such as unsold garments or fabric rolls that have been overproduced. By using this fabric, brands and designers can help reduce the environmental impact of the fashion industry.
In 2022, Revice Denim received the MAFI award at the LAFW for focusing on using dead-stock or repurposed denim materials and also eliminating overconsumption by crafting made-to-order products for consumers.