Sustainability is at the core of our brand. Learn more below about why we have the most sustainable production methods that exist.
Aspects of our brand that sustainability is at its core:
Since andagain started in 2017, making sure our business practices were the most sustainable has always been part of our decision making. Our brand has been recognized by Nylon, Who What Wear and other media outlets for our steps and measurable efforts towards this goal. For us, sustainable shopping is not something that we love to pressure you into, or think makes us incredibly special. It is simply how we think business should be done.
"Did you know that over 1,000 gallons of water are used to create a single pair of jeans? This Earth Day, source your future fashion finds from designers that are creating with Mother Earth in mind. AndAgain [and others] are among the most sustainable (and sought-after) designers out there, so you're going to want to supplement your wardrobe gaps with them ASAP."
Nylon Magazine | Earth Day Fashion
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Who What Wear Magazine | 9 Denim Brands Everyone Will Be Wearing In 2019
"As consumers, we need to be shopping smart and support the brands that are working to shake things up. Whether they're producing low-impact denim—created at ethical mills with minimal water and power usage—or creating new garments from deconstructed and reconstructed vintage and deadstock denim, we rounded up seven sustainable denim brands to get to know."
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All of the materials that we use are either deadstock or recycled. Deadstock fabrics are the leftovers from some of the largest (and highest quality) mills around the world. We are extremely fortunate to work with several platforms like Queen of Raw and Fab Scrap which connects us directly to these mills and their left overs to save fabric that without us, would likely have ended in a landfill. With this kind of sourcing, our designs are often inspired by the materials we are able to obtain.
Our garments are manufactured in small batches and entirely in New York City. We produce our garments with contract manufacturers which allows us to form a relationship with every person who has a hand in making our garments, as well as provide high levels of personalization in fit and sizing.
Like all other apparel brands, our manufacturing results in cutting scraps and left overs that are just too small for us to use.Larger pieces of our cutting scraps are reused in designs that implement patch work, like the inverted bomber jacket and leather jacket. Smaller scraps and threads are currently being developed and utilized in tote bags and new styles using a clear, plastic vinyl sourced from Fab Scrap.
Want to get in touch with us about sustainability? We would love to hear from you. Reach out to us via email, SMS text support or WhatsApp messaging.
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