It takes approximately 2,900 gallons of water to make one pair of traditional cotton jeans. That number is equivalent to 10,977 1L water bottles. Triarchy set out to change this by reducing unnecessary water consumption in denim production. To date, we have saved over 2,000,000 gallons of water. Triarchy / Atelier Denim makes use of what we have by repurposing what already exists into new pieces of sustainable luxury. We start by sourcing from the finest selection of vintage denim. Then, we deconstruct, reimagine, and reconstruct - adding high-end materials and trims to make one-of-a-kind denim pieces. Triarchy’s mission is a clear one: To conserve our planet’s most important resource by reducing the massive water consumption of our planet's most beloved piece of clothing, jeans. Denim is one of the most polluting industries on the fashion market primarily due to the wash process. The water pollution created poses serious and critical threats to both the ecosystems and to human health. Triarchy's wash process eliminates the use of pumice stones and toxic chemicals involved in traditional washing while still achieving beautiful abrasions and bright contrasts that reveal the true beauty of indigo denim. Full decolorization using less than a cup of water.