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Blue Rinse Curny Jeans
Blue Rinse Curny Jeans
Blue Rinse Curny Jeans

Blue Rinse Curny Jeans

£62.50 Regular price £125.00

Flax & Loom


The Curny Jeans from Flax & Loom are inspired by the classic American jean initially worn by Marlon Brando in On the Waterfront. They have an extra wide thigh, and are a slightly more relaxed fit than the Satch Jeans.

Made from GOTS certified organic cotton, recycled cotton and hemp, the cotton is grown in Turkey and the manufacturers are based there.

The jeans come in a 33" leg length and are designed to be rolled up. 


    •Elastane, Hemp, GOTS Certified Organic Cotton, •Recycled Cotton
    •33" Leg
    •Made in Turkey

    Love & Care

    •Wash as infrequently as possible, always inside out
    •Machine wash at 30 degrees

    Delivery & Returns


    Deliveries to most London postcodes are dispatched using our Zero Emissions carrier and will be with you next day. 

    We aim to dispatch postal orders to the rest of the UK using Royal Mail First Class within 24 hours Monday - Friday. Shipping is free for orders over £50. 

    Click and Collect

    You can collect your order from the store 7 days a week during opening hours. Most orders will be available to collect same day. More


    We hope you love your order, but if you do change your mind you can return your purchase to us within 30 days for a refund. Please write your order number on the parcel when you return it. More

    About Flax & Loom

    Flax and Loom is long-time sustainable fashion designer Phil Wildbore's new venture, aiming to produce ‘the world’s most sustainable, commercial jean’.

    Labour has always been an expense in the production of any commodity, which leads to the exploitation of workers, whether it be the farmers growing the raw materials, the people making the garment or even the sales assistant selling the finished product.

    The fast fashion industry has taken this to another level. With fast fashion, not only are the people growing, making and selling the garments compensated only a tiny fraction of the profit, but much of what they produce is either destroyed or sent to landfill. The items which do make it to the consumer may only be worn once, if at all. This is catastrophic not only economically and environmentally but also on a human level, where people are only considered a cost and what they produce is often waste.

    Here’s Flax and Loom’s model for change:

    • Establish a partnership with a cotton grower (in Turkey).
    • Find local manufactures to weave the fabric, make and dye the finished garment.
    • Distribution is also centred in Turkey to ensure a low carbon footprint.
    • Achieve an organic crop rotation for hemp, flax and cotton in a symbiotic programme.
    • Make clothes that last. 

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