How to wear it
The Adriano sweater with its "television pattern" is casual but with a touch of class of its own, with the salt and pepper texture but made with shades of blue. It reminds us of the 70s, the fancy and rich textures of the sweaters of those years. Perfect with a black pair of jeans, but also with more elegant trousers.
To make each Rifò denim garment we estimate that they have been recycled from two to five pairs of old jeans consuming only 80 liters of water, against the 3000 required by an identical virgin cotton garment. The result is a reduction of roughly 87% water consumption, 77% energy and 93% CO2.
How it was made
Adriano is made from old jeans, transformed into two new yarn colors: Atlantic blue and Mediterranean blue.
To obtain the "signalless television effect", we used two dark and one light colored yarns, which are joined together in the weaving randomly. This process makes Adriano's recycled denim sweater a very special one-off piece.
Who made it
Rifò recycled jeans sweaters are really a 0 miles production. They are made by Lena and Bruno, in their family factory, 12 km from us.
Thanks to presale it’s possible to get a discount and avoid creating overproduction.
For presales that are longer than 2 weeks, the closer you get to the shipping date, the more the discount applied will decrease, never going below 10%.
The presale ends one day before the date indicated.