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7 For All Mankind and Marques’ Almeida Upcycle Denim Together

Following through on its sustainability commitments announced last year, 7 For All Mankind launched a collection of women’s denim made from deadstock fabric and no-impact hardware—and it’s working with Portuguese design duo Marques’ Almeida to bring it to life.

Aptly named reM’Ade, mixed indigo patchwork, unfinished hems and ’70s-inspired silhouettes define the collection. Statement denim pieces include a boxy Trucker jacket, an asymmetrical denim dress, cargo jeans, boot-cut jeans and denim shorts.

The line also includes a T-shirt, hoodie and T-shirt dress featuring the collaboration’s bold X-shaped logo. Styles are available in sizes XS-XL and 23-34. The collection retails for $98-$300.

The collection marks the second time the two brands combined their creativity in the name of sustainability. The companies first debuted their partnership in 2018 with a 19-piece capsule collection of T-shirts, flared trousers and denim jackets.

Both brands’ contrasting styles make the collection a unique display of accessible charm, with 7 For All Mankind’s mainstream appeal balancing Marques’ Almeida’s high-fashion approach.

“We are excited to present this collaboration with M’A, a brand that, like us, champions creative innovation and sustainability, and proves that fashion really does have the power to empower,” said Francesca Toninato, 7 For All Mankind’s global CEO.

The partnership with Marques’ Almeida shows a different side of 7 For All Mankind’s sustainable strategy. In 2020, the brand launched “Sustainable For All Mankind,” a platform that provide transparency into its sustainability practices and outlines sustainability goals.

Goals include prioritizing organic and recycled materials, adopting innovative manufacturing methods, ensuring ethical treatment of workers and reducing its in-house footprint. 7 For All Mankind also became a member of the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) and began requiring strategic suppliers to submit to the Higg Facilities Environmental Module (FEM) and to go through third-party verification.