We can’t wait to get our hands on the new hemp-made line from trailblazing and environmentally-friendly clothing brand PANGAIA. The brand is most known for its super comfy sweatpants and sweaters, but now, PANGAIA is dipping its feet into the warm waters of denim.
Not just any regular denim, PANGAIA’s new line is changing how we as consumers shop for jeans, which can be a tedious and rather annoying task. They’re making it easy for us to choose the best and most environmentally-safe jeans on the market with their new denim collection that’s produced from a new proprietary material called Panhemp.
Panhemp, or hemp, rather, is a plant-based fabric that’s been used in civilizations for thousands of years. PANGAIA’s denim collection’s material is composed of organic cotton and rain-fed hemp, which is then dried with natural indigo from the Indigofera plant.
What’s even better is how PANGAIA created the denim line without making them appeal to certain genders. The inclusive, sustainable collection is available in four “genderless” styles. These styles come in a straight-legged jean cut, a cropped denim jacket, high-waisted jeans, and a denim shearling jacket.
They also offer colors like a dark blue wash, navy wash, and bright pink wash. The current price points for their products don’t exceed $295. Yes, it might seem a little out of your budget, but you can trust PANGAIA for creating a product that won’t harm the environment during production and will last a lifetime.
What’s even more exciting is PANGAIA’s partnership with the Upsun app. Starting Thursday, potential customers looking to purchase PANGAIA’s denim collection can create custom outfits using the new app. The phone app uses 3D body scan technology and AI technology to personalize the customer’s perfect-fitting pair of jeans or jacket.
Since PANGAIA means “all-inclusive mother earth,” the company felt it was “fitting” to collaborate with Upsun since both bring inclusivity (through custom sizes) and sustainability (through zero inventory and new-age materials) to the fashion industry and now, the hemp industry.
The co-founder of Upsun is particularly excited about the new partnership. Beth Esponnette says this is a “powerhouse collaboration” between a stunning product made of soft, environmentally-friendly materials and “technology that can bring fashion into the next century.”