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High Waisted Recycled "Mother Earth" Jeans
High Waisted Recycled "Mother Earth" Jeans
High Waisted Recycled "Mother Earth" Jeans
High Waisted Recycled "Mother Earth" Jeans
High Waisted Recycled "Mother Earth" Jeans
High Waisted Recycled "Mother Earth" Jeans

High Waisted Recycled "Mother Earth" Jeans

Vendor
FANFARE LABEL
Regular price
£129.00
Sale price
£129.00
Tax included.

Fanfare's upcycled collection takes clothing that would otherwise be discarded as wastage or damaged product and repurposes these garments into new designer pieces. 

  • Upcycled jeans embroidered with the words 'Mother Earth'
  • A one-of-a-kind designer piece
  • Handmade in the UK 
  • Some denim may differ in colour slightly from the images
  • For these jeans, we offer two different belt options - please see the product images. We will email you after your order is placed asking you to select which option you would prefer
  • 30° delicate wash iron, steam or dry with low heat. No tumble drying

Sustainability 

Upcycling allows Fanfare as a company to reduce landfill contributions caused by increased clothing consumption by thinking about the end of life of garments. It is not enough for a brand to be just sustainable - we must all take a 360-degree approach to design. Through upcycling, we can create clothing that is still modern and contemporary whilst protecting the environment from production line emissions. To drive this idea home Fanfare has embroidered these jeans with the words 'Mother Earth', to remind us of our constant connection to nature.

These one-off pieces are special and unique to each individual. Please allow one week for delivery as some pieces may be made to order. 

Sizing
See picture below but please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via our live chat or by email info@lillyandmain.com

About the brand
Fanfare is a sustainable British fashion brand that sets out to create powerful, positive change in the fashion industry. Originally launched in 2018 under the name ‘Fabric For Freedom’ by Esther Knight. The first collection saw huge success and went on to be featured by British Vogue and The Sunday Times.