Farrow High Rise Skinny - Graham
Farrow High Rise Skinny - Graham
Farrow High Rise Skinny - Graham
Farrow High Rise Skinny - Graham
Farrow High Rise Skinny - Graham
Farrow High Rise Skinny - Graham
Farrow High Rise Skinny - Graham

Farrow High Rise Skinny - Graham

$179.00

The Farrow is an ankle-length, high-rise skinny with a figure-flattering contoured waistband. Designed to offer a slimming, supportive fit while remaining effortlessly cool and on-trend. 

Runs slightly big; recommend purchasing one size down.

DETAILS

  • Rise: 10", Inseam: 28", Leg Opening: 9.75"
COMPOSITION
  • 58% COTTON, 28% TENCEL ™, 13% POLYESTER, 1% LYCRA

DL1961 is driven by passion, inspired by the environment, and built on innovation + creativity. Discover jeans with superior fabrics that look great + feel better. 

  • The average pair of jeans uses approximately 1500 gallons of water, an average pair of DL1961 jeans uses just 8 gallons
  • No harsh chemicals or huge water usage needed for your favorite denim washes and they use only the cleanest indigo for your perfect blues.
  • Each pair of DL1961 jeans is made from ethically sourced, premium cotton + water-efficient botanic fibers.
  • These premium + botanic fibers are woven in-house to create high retention fabrics for your best fit.
  • They use use long staple cotton that is Global OrganicTextile Standard (GOTS), Global Recycled Standard(GRS), Organic Content Standard (OCS) or Recycled Claim Standard (RCS).
  • Whether it's Modal®, Tencel™ or Refibra™ Lyocell, all the Lenzing™ fibers they use is made from cellulose which comes from a renewable wood source. The fibers are known for their biodegradability, meaning at the end of their life cycle they can close the loop and re-enter the eco-system.
  • A state of the art, water recycling system reintroduces 98% of the water they use back into municipal drains. This in-house plant operates with a flow rate of 1900 cubic meters an hour.
  • Their onsite self-power generation uses a heat recovery system for their production needs. They are partially powered by solar energy, which further helps offset their carbon footprint.