Evlox, the Spanish denim manufacturer that has been operating since 1846, is keenly focused on further increasing its environmental commitment.
The company has started producing denim made with grown in Spain Regenagri Certified Regenerative Cotton, as part of its Made in Spain Regen by Evlox project. The debut of the collection started from s/s 2024 with the debut of two qualities and will further grow to offer 14 fabrics for the following season that will include from 52% to 68% regenerative cotton content.
Within this initiative, Evlox has set some clear goals as it aims to achieve 15% of its production by using regenerative Made in Spain cotton by end 2024, while at present it uses 10% recycled cotton and 15% organic cotton.
As part of its already available most sustainable offer, it sells fabrics made with at least 30% organic cotton as part of its Organic Denim selection. Its Renim Plus by Evlox is made of minimum 30% recycled cotton and is polyester-free.
It also offers denims that are made with different percentages of recycled denim fabrics, but also with Roica TM V550 by Ashai Kasei biodegradable elastane, along with hemp, bamboo and linen.
It already sells fabrics finished and produced in order to save water, chemicals and electricity but also obtained avoiding completely the use of stone washing or any preliminary treatment before use.
This special denim is manufactured in Evlox productive facilities in Morocco, within a 500-kilometer maximum distance from the fields where it is grown, an aspect that helps keeping these fabrics' production carbon emission low.
The denim is sold at prices in line with similar fabrics made with organic cotton.