By Liz Warren
Boyish Jeans Known for its commitment to the environment, Boyish Jeans is raising the bar on its own sustainable practices. The Los Angeles-based denim brand announced new goals based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as well as plans to offer more sizes in its recently published annual sustainability report .
Of the 17 SDGs, Boyish is centering its attention on six goals. SDG 14, life below water; and SDG 15, life on land, are some of the main areas of focus for the brand as it continues to source alternative components and methods that help reduce its impact on the environment. As a champion of fibers such as organic cotton, Tencel and Tencel x Refibra lyocell, Boyish pledges that all of its products will be made from plant-based fibers by 2023.
“We want to make sure all of our clothes are made with circularity in mind and can be worn for years to come—that’s why we want to focus on using only plant-based fibers,” the brand stated in the report. Living wages are also a part of the brand’s latest targets, following a report from nonprofit organization Business and Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC) showing rampant […]
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