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5 Ways to Style our Cropped Wide Leg Jeans - With Green Earthling

The lovely Nic shows us how she would style our Cropped Wide Leg Jeans in Light Wash. Head over to the Green Earthling Youtube channel for full outfit details! You can shop our Wide leg Jeans here.    

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Ways To Wear with Sam Way

Ways To Wear with Sam Way

Sustainable fashion doesn't always mean you have to fill your wardrobe top-to-toe in ethically produced products. Of course, that's the utopia, but here at Monkee Genes, we know it's not always possible to go out and buy a whole new wardrobe when you are trying to follow a climate change saving movement. That's why we've taken a new spin on this season launch, it's not about what to wear, and more about "ways to wear" it. We've teamed up with a collective of artistic individuals and asked them to capture themselves in the ways they like to wear our organic and...

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Waste not, Want Not - Tickover x Monkee Genes

Waste not, Want Not - Tickover x Monkee Genes

We’ve enlisted the help of one of our favourite conscious creator, lovely Bryony from @tickover (https://www.instagram.com/tickover_/) to bring you the perfect guide to repairing or upcycling your denim. For this tutorial Bryony has gone with Sashiko technique. It’s an old and decorative Japanese reinforcement technique which translates to “little stabs” or “little pierce”, and a great way to repair your ripped or worn out jeans. Before you get started make sure you have gathered everything you need. If you don’t have a pair of jeans in need of mending, why not have a dig through your wardrobe and start your...

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Recycling Rewarded, Partnering with ReGAIN

Recycling Rewarded, Partnering with ReGAIN

Recycling has become commonplace in homes across the country. Armed with our colour-coordinated bins we are well-practised in the art of foods and packing waste – so why hasn’t our wardrobe caught on? WRAP UK estimates that an incredible £140 million worth of clothing goes to landfill each year (CREDIT: http://www.wrap.org.uk/content/clothing-waste-prevention). You might be one of the many that pack up their unloved clothes and take them to a local charity, but what about the stained and shabby stuff? Your charity shop might not want your damaged goods, but that shouldn’t mean they’re destined for landfill. This month we have...

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