‘Jeans’ Category

Suomessa valmistetut Nurmi-farkut pian historiaa

Suomessa valmistetut Nurmi-farkut pian historiaa

English version below Suomessa valmistetut Nurmi-farkut pian historiaa – M.A.S.I. Companyn Keiteleen tehdas lopettaa farkkuvalmistuksen Tänään uutisoitiin, että M.A.S.I. Company lopettaa farkkutuotannon Keiteleellä. Viimeistely, pesu ja varastointi jää Keiteleelle, mutta alkutuotanto eli leikkuu ja ompelu ostetaan ensi kesästä lähtien alihankintana Virosta. Lue lisää: Helsingin Sanomat, Savon sanomat, Taloussanomat Nurmi-farkut on tähän saakka teetetty alusta loppuun […]

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Nurmi RE-JEANS made out of 100% recycled cotton

Nurmi RE-JEANS made out of 100% recycled cotton

We’re excited to launch our new Nurmi jeans for men and women: RE-JEANS made in Finland using 100% recycled cotton. Read the full story here. In addition we have updated the Nurmi Hemp Jeans: Now they are totally vegan as we have replaced the leather label with recycled inner tube rubber label which is cut with laser. […]

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Nurmi in “Sustainable Fashion: New Approaches”

Nurmi in “Sustainable Fashion: New Approaches”

We’re honored to be featured in a new book “Sustainable Fashion: New Approaches” curated by Kirsi Niinimäki. “One good example of ethical and transparent actions is Nurmi. With Nurmi jeans, for example, all principles for design and further details about the production processes and locations are clearly described in the company’s website. “

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Seen in: Voi hyvin magazine

Seen in: Voi hyvin magazine

Nurmi jeans seen in Voi hyvin magazine, issue 8/2012.

Nurmi Jeans

Nurmi Jeans

Nurmi jeans for men and women are now launched! Read more about the production process here.

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No more killer jeans

No more killer jeans

We all wear them and we all have an opinion about them. Our favorite pair of pants: jeans. There has been a lot of discussion about the ecological and ethical aspects of jeans – especially about all the hazardous finishing treatments. I wanted to share a few words about the production of jeans (and how […]

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