Boyish Jeans


Boyish Jeans are a sustainable women's denim line focused on quality, fit, and authentic washes. The modern details and laid-back California aesthetic is recognised by many stylish sustainable shoppers.

Designed in Los Angeles, Boyish uses ethical and sustainable practices when developing and manufacturing its product. This label creates jeans with sustainable fabrics through an environmentally friendly and cruelty-free process. Boyish Jeans works with factories with fair, safe, and healthy working conditions. This sustainable brand also partners with suppliers who share a common vision of sustainability accountability and transparency.

Boyish Jeans ensure that suppliers meet their standards for social responsibility as well as safe, non-toxic, and better materials by auditing their factories with third party auditing companies. Boyish Jeans also use a sustainable supple chain process through using manufacturing facilities, fabric and yarn within thirty miles of each other to reduce carbon emissions.

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PR Company:

Boyish Jeans handle their own PR.


Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Jeans; Womenswear; Accessories

Key Stockists:

Twin London

Inseason Full-price: Yes
Key Executives
Creative Director: Jordan Nadarse
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