Online Eco Sourcebook: Denim

Our favorite earth-friendly labels, all available on the Web.

Eco Source Book: Loomstate

Since the brand's inception in 2004, Loomstate has consistently been on point when it comes to denim trends, from its slouchy trousers to its super-skinny off-white jeans—and it has also been committed to organic farming, which preserves the land and its resources. This season, the focus is on crisp straight-leg styles: They're an amazingly chic counterpoint to a tailored blazer.

Available at:
cocosshoppe.com
vickerey.com

Eco Source Book: Sling & Stones

Not only does it make perfectly flared boot-cut jeans out of American-grown organic cotton, but this Seattle-based brand donates percentages of its profits to help immunize villagers in Peru, fight teen suicide in Japan, and build an orphanage in India. As if that weren't enough, it has some of the best washes in the business: We're hooked on the "Belltown," which looks like it's been naturally faded by sunlight.

Available at:
revolveclothing.com
shopbop.com

Eco Source Book: Arne & Carlos

Arne Nerjordet and Carlos Zachrison, the Norway-based designers of this six-season-old organic denim line, pay great attention to detail. Every style—from the menswearish trousers to the citified cropped denim pants—has vintage-inspired brass hardware or pretty gingham lining.

Available at:
online-chic.com

Eco Source Book: Del Forte

In 2005, Tierra Del Forte launched this line with a commitment to using only organically grown cotton and ecologically responsible mills. And the results are totally terrific: Her breezy cropped jeans are easily a summer essential, and her knee-length pencil skirts, which have custom-made buttons and cute kick pleats, look great with a pair of wedges.

Available at:
shopenvi.com
thewhiteparrot.com
tobi.com