Make a style statement in the Jeans for Genes T-shirt

Jeans for Genes patron DONNA IDA is a self-confessed denim devotee and lifelong jeans addict with dedicated denim boutiques across London. For the rest of the week Donna will personally style the new Jeans for Genes fashion T-shirt to show you how you can make a style statement in support of Jeans for Genes.

Donna says: Red is such a popular colour right now, and this trend will be staying around for Autumn Winter, so team your Jeans for Genes Tee with a pair of J Brand 811 in Shanghai Red exclusive to Donna Ida. The colour picks out the red highlights in the T Shirt and the skinny style makes it a little bit rock chick! Wear with super high patent heels!”

Watch out for tomorrow’s blog post to see how Donna works a more classic jeans look!

4 comments

  1. […] Jeans for Genes reveals the new 2011 limited edition T.shirt designed by Lianne Miller from London College of Fashion. The Jeans for Genes competion is open to all students in the first year of Fashion Illustration BA (Hons) at LCF. Each year their design must either take its inspiration from the substance (genetic disorders) and/or the fun (denim / fashion) of Jeans for Genes Day. Lianne’s design is strong, effective and bold and one charity t.shirt you’ll want to buy. […]

  2. […] Jeans for Genes reveals the new 2011 limited edition T.shirt designed by Lianne Miller from London College of Fashion. The Jeans for Genes competion is open to all students in the first year of Fashion Illustration BA (Hons) at LCF. Each year their design must either take its inspiration from the substance (genetic disorders) and/or the fun (denim / fashion) of Jeans for Genes Day. Lianne’s design is strong, effective and bold and one charity t.shirt you’ll want to buy. […]

  3. […] Jeans for Genes reveals the new 2011 limited edition T.shirt designed by Lianne Miller from London College of Fashion. The Jeans for Genes competion is open to all students in the first year of Fashion Illustration BA (Hons) at LCF. Each year their design must either take its inspiration from the substance (genetic disorders) and/or the fun (denim / fashion) of Jeans for Genes Day. Lianne’s design is strong, effective and bold and one charity t.shirt you’ll want to buy. […]

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