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Join us for chocolates, wine, and denim!

October 8, 2007

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Sling & Stones is a Portland exclusive at Olio United. This premium denim line from Seattle uses only organic, fair trade cotton from the U.S and Peru. Loomed in a small family-run mill in Japan, the jeans are accented with 24 kt gold plated hardware and thread by skilled artisans in India. A portion of the Sling & Stones proceeds goes to charitable organizations in countries that are involved in the production of the jeans.

Good Society is another environmentally friendly denim line from Sling & Stones co-founder Aiden Dinh, with two styles- Straight and Skinny for men and women. Like Sling & Stones, Good Society Denim is made from certified organic cotton and constructed in accordance with Fair Trade regulations. This is its first season, and Olio United is one of only a handful of premier stores in the U.S. that carry the line.

Del Forte Denim is made from 100% organic cotton that is grown, milled, cut, and sewn in the U.S. The jean company is committed to using sustainable products and services whenever possible. A portion of the proceeds goes to The Sustainable Cotton Project, and when you’re done with a pair of Del Forte jeans, the company takes the worn denim back and gives a 10% discount on your next purchase.

Loomstate has been a pioneer in the organic denim movement. Headed by designer Rogan Gregory, Loomstate denim is 100% organic and sweatshop-free.
We currently have five different styles in stock, ranging from slim fit to trousers.

And for this night only, we’ll be giving away a voucher for a hem alteration with every denim purchase. Hope to see you there!

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