I AM WORTHY PANTS
Arcadia Green Organic Cotton & Linen Faille
A celebration of expression existing in tailored hemlines — she wears these pants proudly as a source of confidence in every corner of her world. In the office, traveling Europe, or walking down the streets of New York, she can feel like her outer look represents her authentic self.
Mammina is typically a size 36 but is wearing a 38.
Length is 71 cm (28”)
Trim & Zipper Details:
- Undyed Organic Cotton Zipper Tape, Gold Plated Brass Zipper Teeth
- Double vented hem
Pre-order shipping window: May 1st-June 31st
Sizing Guide (CM)
Sizing Guide (IN)
72% Organic Cotton & 28% Linen
Made in Italy
Made in Italy
The ABNY brand is made possible by the exquisite craftsmanship of Italian artisans who manufacture all our clothing and accessories with a low-carbon footprint. Production of our sustainable fabrics are developed in family-owned factories, utilizing renewable resources and preventing further production of microplastics.
Our small and skillful team of artisans in Italy have been manufacturing high quality clothing for generations. The ABNY seamstresses are now crafting tailored and timeless clothing that will become the vintage of the future.
100% of our virgin cotton fabrics in our collection are organic with GOTS certification.
In some ways, organic cotton is synonymous with sustainability. Farmers that grow organic cotton want to produce a product that is more sustainable in terms of the health of their fields, water supply, and air quality.
Instead of genetically modified types, farming operations use all-natural seed. Furthermore, no pesticides or insecticides are used in the cultivation ensuring the purity of the fiber along with the health of the farmers and soil.
Organic cotton is also weaved, dyed or printed and finished without the use of any chemical substances according to strict GOTS environmental and toxicological criteria.
It has a substantially lower water footprint for several reasons: Hazardous chemicals cannot run off into waterways, resulting in cleaner rivers, lakes, and drinking water.
Overall cotton in general decomposes effortlessly and is naturally compostable. It's also great for recycling.
Linen is a natural fiber which stems from the flax plant. Flax may thrive in poor soil that isn't used for agriculture. It can also help to restore polluted soil in some circumstances.
Flax plants have a high carbon absorption rate. It is possible to use the entire flax plant.
Flaxseed oil, flaxseed and linseed oil are all products of the flax plant, nothing else has to go to waste when it's harvested to make linen.
Up to 2.1 tons of CO2 are absorbed per ton of flax cellulose produced. 60% less water is required to grow flax compared with cotton. Flax does do well with little water (just rainwater and a little humidity).
Only 6.4 liters of water are needed to produce a linen shirt—compared to 2,700 liters for a non-organic cotton shirt.