Dricoper Denim was created with a Vintage Concept in Mind - the Ability to wear your Denim over and over again.
Born in the Back Streets of Sydney, our Concept is Simple and has guided us towards choosing Durable Denim Fabrics that can Sustain Repeated Washes. To get that Distinct Vintage Look, we’ve added our Unique Dry Denim Process and so our name was born ‘dry-cope-r denim’.
With our rigorous attention to detail and passionate belief that denim should be free from harmful chemicals, we use hand scraping and pumice stone abrasion techniques with no toxic sandblasting.
Over 20 Years of Experience have allowed us to create versatile denim styles with a distinctly vintage look.
"Sustainability is part of our core brand values"
DRICOPER DENIM’s efforts in SUSTAINABLE CLOTHING include producing jeans using environmentally friendly fabrics made with natural fibres like cotton, Tencel and linen. Fabrics, thread and labels are Oeko Tex 100 certified meaning it's free from harmful chemicals and dyes.
Our approach to Environmentally friendly clothing not only consists of sustainable fabric but extends to accessories on the garment. From hang tags to bags that are shipped with products, everything is thought through to ensure there is minimal impact on our environment. The hardware used is all nickel free.
DRICOPER DENIM’s efforts in ETHICALLY SOURCED CLOTHING include working with the factories that have FAIR, SAFE, and HEALTHY WORKING CONDITIONS.
FAIR TRADE; We ensure the suppliers meet cruelty-free processes like no child labour, laws pertaining to wages, overtime and paying salaries on time. Our perspective on Ethically sourced clothing expands beyond environmentally friendly clothing and also focuses on fair trade.
SAFETY; We ensure the factory management follows all safety operations for the workers. Most importantly, fire extinguishers are provided in the facility. Fire exits are clearly marked and unobscured.
HEALTHY WORKING CONDITIONS; Creating ethically made clothing extends to the workers involved in the production, which is why we ensure that the supplier meets proper lighting and proper air ventilation standards during production. All workers with direct contact with Indigo are required to wear a mask. We only use hand scraping to get the vintage look and don’t do sandblasting which is harmful to the workers maintaining our commitment to ethical clothing.