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Reem Clothing offers eco-friendly Monkee Genes denims
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Jan '13
Monkee Genes have been producing ethical friendly denim since 2006 out of frustration. Let down by disposable high street fashion like Matalan and Primark where a pair of jeans and was made by child labor the Monkee Jeans team decided to raise public awareness.

Reem Clothing is very conscious about how and where clothing is made. Monkee Genes is a British label as are Reem Clothing so when an opportunity arose for them to stock and support the ‘No Slave Labor. No Child Labor. No Blood. No Sweat. No Tears’ motto of Monkee Jeans ReemClothing.com was eager to be involved.

Reem Clothing now stocks a variety of Monkee Genes lightweight slim chinos made fully with organically grown cotton. They also chose the stock men’s slim shorts available in camel, ice and navy at only £28 a pair, ethically made clothes are affordable.

“Monkee Genes are an asset to the fashion world. They sell good quality products made here in Britain. We need more companies like this to help raise our economy and the awareness that we need to be more ethical about the materials we use” advises Reem Clothing Marketing Manager.

ABOUT REEM CLOTHING

Reem Clothing is a designer men’s clothing stockist. Reem Clothing allows customers to enjoy the convenience and cost savings associated with online shopping without compromising the high levels of service and security you would expect from high street stores.

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