AM I ABLE TO WEAR GINEW IF I AM NOT NATIVE AMERICAN?
ABSOLUTELY! We designed the Ginew collection to share with anyone who will respectfully and thoughtfully participate in our vision. We aim to increase Indigenous visibility in the fashion ecosystem by sharing our culture(s), creativity and designs. When you buy and wear Ginew, you are joining a band of like-minded people (Indigenous & allies) in the effort to illuminate contemporary, Indigenous presence...like a quiet resistance that whispers (“WE’RE STILL HERE!!!”).
HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT NON-NATIVES WEARING GINEW?
We love it when people participate in the Ginew dream by wearing our designs and collection. When anyone buys and wears Ginew, they are accelerating possibilities for Indigenous people in the greater fashion ecosystem. Ginew aims to open doors and provide opportunity, especially for Indigenous youth. Each purchase allows Ginew to grow and give back - be it through donations directly to organizations we believe in and/or incubating the talent of Indigenous youth to pursue their dreams. Each purchase matters and makes a difference. We are all in this together.
HOW DO I CLEAN MY WAX JACKET?
Spray with hose and line dry - seriously. DO NOT machine wash or dry.
CAN I GET MY GINEW JEANS REPAIRED?
We hope you will develop unique fades and wear - like your own personal story or canvas of your experiences. When the time comes for hem or repair - we look no further than INDIGO PROOF in Portland, OR. We trust them with our personal and professional repairs - they are simply the best.
MY SIZE IS SOLD OUT
Sign up for back-in-stock product or email us. We are happy to alert you when restock is available.
WASHING MY JEANS
We recommend cold soak +/- a teaspoon of borax - hand agitate and rinse - line dry. We do not recommend machine wash or dry.
DO YOU HAVE A STOREFRONT IN PORTLAND?
Not at this time, however we are happy to meet up if time allows. A limited selection of Ginew is carried in store at MADE HERE PDX and DENIM & GIN - both excellent shops committed to the spirit of Portland, OR. Say hello to them for us!