Triarchy exists to outfit our customer with the best pair of jeans possible. In every sense of the word best.
To us, responsibility signifies the foundation upon which we build our business — a commitment to sustainable operations and the creation of ethically responsible products.
For us, true responsibility extends to ensuring fair wages and supporting human and animal rights. These principles are non-negotiable.
Our dedication to responsible practices is evident in the production of all our jeans and denim jackets. We meticulously craft these items with ethically sourced and industry first responsible fabrics & employ cutting-edge, environmentally friendly laundering techniques.
We partner exclusively with individuals who share our unwavering vision and understanding of what it means to be responsible. This alignment is the cornerstone of our ability to create exceptional denim products.
In our pursuit of responsibility, we understand the importance of third-party validation. That's why we transparently share our responsibility data and open our supply chain to scrutiny through our trusted auditor, Renoon.
We believe that this commitment to accountability is what defines a truly responsible brand.
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Our Total Impact
We source responsibly farmed fibres that are then woven into sustainably produced and dyed denim fabrics. Our supply chain is 3rd party audited and published by Renoon.
Whenever a Triarchy fabric is stretch, meaning 98% Cotton, 2% Stretch, then the stretch comes from natural rubber, NOT crude oil-based poly-synthetic blends. (as is the case for all other stretch denim to date.).
Why this is important: Stretch jeans to date have relied on crude oil-based poly-synthetic blends to make the stretch. This means we are mining the earth to make plastics, as well as shedding microplastics throughout the garment's life, and making a garment that will take at least 200 years to break down.
Natural rubber stretch offers an organic alternative that sheds no microplastics and will biodegrade in less than 2 years to the point of fertilization. Not only does this allow us to have stretch jeans with no heat conducive qualities, as plastic does, but the jeans will contribute to the soil through fertilization vs. seeping harmful chemicals throughout their degradation time. It is the holy grail of stretch denim.
We use reduced sulpher indigo that allows us to achieve authentic indigo colors without the use of toxic chemicals or crops that consume large amounts of water to cultivate.
Spanning civilizations throughout the world, indigo is as rich in history as it is colour. True indigo, Indigofera tinctoria, is the most common plant used to create this dye. Fun fact that this plant comes from the pea family, making it a valuable plant to enrich soil as well.
The dye itself though does not exist in nature; it is purely a human invention. Humans found that fermenting indican (which is a naturally occurring chemical in Indigo) and processing the chemical makes indigo dye.
Here at Triarchy we use a specially formulated Indigo that is already 60% reduced. This allows us to use non-harmful soda ash in the dye vat rather then harmful abrasive chemicals. It is extremely easy to use and pre-reduced Indigo makes the set up and maintenance of an Indigo dye vat almost effortless. Keeping our denim clean and low water consuming like it’s meant to be.
Our Wash Processes
We use a combination of ozone, e-flow and laser technologies to wash our denim down in the most responsible and responsible way possible. This entire process is 3rd party audited and published by GreenStory.
We rely on three different technologies that were created to mimic traditional denim washing technique’s, without the harmful side effects.
We leave no stone unturned in our mission to bring to market the most responsible and resposibly made jeans available.
Laser Machine Finishing
Faux Stone Wash
Code of Conduct
We recycle our cutting waste so that it can be made into new materials.
- Our hangtags & labels are made from recycled cotton.
- Our buttons are made from recycled metals.
- We ship our jeans in recycled plastic bags.
- We offset the carbon for every garment we produce.