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Women's Recycled Denim Trousers Clarissa


Victoria is 1,80 m tall and wears an S

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The recycled denim trousers Clarissa with side pockets are made of twill fabric. They feature a straight style and are comfy and comfortable for daily use.

  • Biodegradable corozo button
  • Back pockets


COMPOSITION: 80% recycled cotton, 15% virgin cotton and 5% other fibres. What are other fibres? The yarns from hems and other trimmings in old recycled garments that cannot be traced. This certified yarn contains organic, virgin cotton. The pockets' liners are made of 50% recycled cotton and 50% organic cotton. 

This recycled denim fabric is regenerated in Prato and partly sourced from old garments donated to our collection service. This canvas is entirely designed by Rifò and woven by local manufacturers. The entire creation process takes place within a very few kilometers from our office.

WASHING CARE: To take care of recycled denim garments, wash them on a gentle cycle setting at a maximum of 30°C or wash by hand. Click here for more information on how to take care of Rifò garments.


REGULAR: This garment has a regular fit. We recommend your usual size. See the size chart for further information.


Free standard shipping in 3–5 business days for all orders over €150 for EU countries. Free returns within 30 days. For shipping times and costs, see our table. You can choose Fluffypack, the reusable packaging.

LOVE LASTS WARRANTY: Thanks to local skilled artisans we can repair your garment for free within three years of purchase. This is the most revolutionary gesture we can make to oppose disposable fashion. For more information, visit this page.

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Support our values and a fair economy


Our prices reflect our values, which encompass the entire supply chain:

Quality, as we choose to produce in Italy, valuing the work of artisans and utilizing natural and biodegradable materials. Sustainability, as we use low-impact, recycled and recyclable yarns, and produce our garments within a 30 km radius of our office.** Responsibility**, because we believe in fair wages and respect for the rights of those who make our clothes.

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Take part in the circular economy


This garment is made with recycled yarns from old jeans, carefully selected and sorted by colour, in a process that entirely takes place in our textile district, in Prato. This is made possible by donations of old jeans from our community through our Re-Think Your Jeans service, which is a true example of a bottom-up circular economy.

As a result of this process, there is no need to re-dye the yarn, which helps avoid a large water consumption and reduces the use of dyes and polluting chemicals.

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Discover all our recycled and recyclable materials

Support local artisans


This garment is meticulously handcrafted in Andrea and Paola's workshop, Confezione Nove Nove Sei S.R.L, located just 12 km from our office. We have been cooperating with this company since we started making t-shirts and polo shirts, and we have always entrusted this production to them.

In 2022, we initiated a supply chain sustainability monitoring project focusing on social sustainability aspects, with the help of the auditing company Bureau Veritas. By 2025, we aim to subject all our clothing suppliers to this verification, including Nove Nove Sei, to ensure that we prioritize social responsibility and sustainability across all aspects of our business.

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Contribute to our social project


For every purchase made on our online shop, we donate €2 to the social impact project Nei Nostri Panni. This project aims to safeguard the artisanal skills of textile recycling in Prato, which are at risk of being lost without a new generation taking up these crafts. The donation will contribute to funding paid training for migrants coming from local reception centers. This initiative combines social integration with the preservation of traditional craftsmanship.

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