ReGen shows how a premium fabric can be manufactured without using new, precious natural resources. Made from regenerated waste material using cutting-edge technologies, this fabric touches new heights in terms of recycled textiles.

The first jeans made without virgin cotton

When manufacturing jeans, cotton farming is what leaves the biggest water footprint: on average, 2,565 litres of water are used to grow the cotton necessary to make a pair of jeans (Levi’s LCA 2015).

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Sustainable premium denim without compromise

ReGen is fully made with regenerated fibres in both warp and weft yarns, using 50% recycled cotton and 50% TENCEL™ x REFIBRA™ fibres in the composition.
The recycled cotton is derived from Candiani's production waste, while a third of the TENCEL™ x REFIBRA™ fibre composition is derived from recycled manufacturing scraps.
The result is a fabric boasting an exceptional aesthetic that, thanks to this sustainable innovation, also offers unparalleled benefits in terms of environmental impact.

Fabric look

3x1 weave, right-hand twill and open construction. Indigo-dyed, dark shade, red cast, and a finish that emphasises the authentic look of the denim.

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