Meet Still Here, the Denim Brand Growing Coffee Beans Using Cotton Waste
The brand commits to a circular production cycle by minimizing waste.
The label creates timeless pieces ranging from denim jackets to jeans, with standout pieces featuring details such as hand-painted stripes and hand-woven fabric appliqué. In efforts to become a more sustainable brand, Still Here uses cotton waste created from the production of its “Bone” collection — its most sustainable release to date — to grow coffee beans, which are used at Still Here Café. This closed-loop production system allows for minimizing waste. The “Bone” range uses fabrics composed of 80% upcycled cotton and 20% organic cotton.
Meanwhile, Still Here Café offers coffee beans produced in partnership with a coffee farm in Guatemala. The medium roast beans boast a chocolatey flavor with notes of orange and walnut.
You can learn more about Still Here and its production processes via the official website. The label has recently opened its first-ever boutique store in NYC, where visitors can see the denim pieces IRL while enjoying a cup of coffee.
Still Here NYC Boutique
268 Elizabeth St
New York, NY 10012, USA