Sustainability in the RAFFAELLO ROSSI company
Sustainability is not a trend for us, it is our inner attitude towards every action we take. Whether building our new headquarter or choosing our fabrics. All fabrics used in our trousers are produced along the REACH Standard and furthermore all of our jeans are made of BCI cotton and are sustainably produced.
Sustainability in RAFFAELLO ROSSI jeans
Thanks to the revolutionary and certified "Dry Indigo" process developed by Tejidos Royo, the cotton fibres are "dyed" with foam without using water. 100% water is saved, energy consumption is reduced and fewer chemicals are used. This combination of very light BCI cotton and sustainable dyeing process makes this a unique denim fabric and can be found in many jeans models by Raffaello Rossi. The Indigo Flow dyeing process, which can be found in some jeans models, saves up to 70% water. The water that is still used is then treated and reused. The basic material for the jeans is BCI cotton.