Dr. Denim is a Swedish denim brand making jeans, shorts, tops, jackets, skirts, dresses, trousers, and accessories since 2004. Some of its most famous styles are Nora Jeans and Lexy Jeans for women.
The clothing label creates affordable, staple pieces designed to live in. It specializes in jeans and works hard to design the perfect fit for every shape and size.
Dr. Denim offers the perfect mom fit for women and slim fit jeans for men as well as a large collection of T-shirts, knitwear, and hoodies. Its products are available online, at its brick-and-mortar locations, and retailers such as Zalando, Asos, Revolve, About You, Nelly.com, NLY Man, Junkward, and more.
Sustainability Rating: 1/10
Category: Clothing, accessories
For: Women, men
Type: Basics, denim, dresses
Style: Casual, rock
Sizes: XS-XL, 4-12 (US), 6-14 (UK), 34-42 (EU), 8-16 (AU)
Fabrics: Cotton, viscose, nylon, polyester, spandex, acrylic, wool
100% Organic: No
100% Vegan: No
Ethical & Fair: No
Producing country: not transparent enough
Certifications: no certification
Dr. Denim uses highly polluting materials to make clothes such as conventional cotton. It has disastrous social and environmental impacts. It pollutes soils, rivers, and streams, endangering human health and ecosystems.
Dr. Denim also uses a lot of synthetic materials made from oil such as nylon, polyester, spandex, and acrylic. It uses some regenerated fibers made from renewable materials such as viscose rayon.
Dr. Denim doesn't provide any information regarding how it chooses its network of suppliers, or if any audits are conducted to ensure social standards, living wages, good working conditions, and identify potential risk areas.
Dr. Denim doesn't use any exotic animal skin, or hair, fur, angora, down, or leather. But it uses wool to manufacture some of its clothing.
Wool production has a disastrous impact on the environment. The farming and processing of wool produce greenhouse gases and wastes. Wool isn't an ethical or sustainable fiber.
It's the fifth most harmful material used in textile products for the environment, worse than synthetic fibers such as polyester, acrylic, viscose rayon, elastane, and nylon.
Dr. Denim doesn't show any measurement of its water usage, pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, and waste across its supply chain. It doesn't have any clear sustainability goal, science-based target, or timeline to improve in the future either.
Discover Dr. Denim collections at drdenim.com.
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