Trailblazing Canadian luxury denim brand, Triarchy, recently debuted new pieces from their namesake line and Atelier Denim collection at RE/SET.

This is the first show from the brand after halting production a year ago to implement a new sustainable, low-water manufacturing process. The brand is committed to educating consumers about the amount of water they are wearing, and their RE/SET presentation went above and beyond a traditional fashion show to relay that message.

Starting with a static presentation that encouraged guests to ask ‘how much water am I wearing?’, founders and siblings, Adam and Ania Taubenfligel, highlighted key elements of Triarchy’s new production process while four models stood in Triarchy’s new staple jeans.

While the average pair of cotton jeans consumes 2,956 gallons of water in the production process alone, Triarchy denim is able to use 85% less water by producing their denim with tencel in a closed loop system in Mexico City. Steering away from fleeting trendy cuts, Triarchy jeans are available in a classic skinny style in a variety of washes.

“From sourcing new methods of manufacturing to relaunching our website, this was a huge year for Triarchy,” said Ania Taubenfligel, brand manager of Triarchy. “We hope that the presentation inspires people to think about what they are wearing while understanding that you do not have to sacrifice style for sustainability.”