Rixo’s new sustainable denim line is top of my wish list!

Believe to conquer Blue Monday (also known as probably the most depressing day of the season) compared to an attractive type of jeans, along with a sustainable one at this?

Rixo has today debuted its new jeans collection, containing 13 key pieces, a mixture of the label’s cult pieces, re-imagines, in addition to a handful of new styles.

Included in this are a blue jeans midi dress with embroidered collar, a white-colored floral jumpsuit along with a padded jeans jacket that’s gone straight to the peak of my wish list.


This latest project continues to be lengthy within the making, since founders Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey wanted to have their sustainability creds right.

The jeans continues to be benchmarked from the EIM scoring system software (Ecological Impact Measurement), assessing each piece’s impact during washing and finishing from the four following groups: water consumption, energy consumption, impact on workers’ health insurance and chemical impact.

Consequently, the gathering continues to be categorised as low impact, and it also was produced having a non-stretch 100% cellulosic material, which makes it considerably simpler to become recycled.

Henrietta and Orlagh stated, ‘It’s this type of proud moment for all of us so that you can offer another more sustainable collection, that contains versatile products that may be worn throughout the year. RIXO pieces are made you’ll always remember and become passed lower onto buddies and family – using top quality and sustainable materials means we’re capable of making mtss is a reality.’