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Run & Fell

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Run and Fell is a sustainable fashion brand established in Manchester. This label draws on Manchester’s rich creative and industrial legacy, all garments is influenced by the artistry and innovation pulsating through Manchester’s street.

Run and Fell take inspiration from antique garments, especially men’s uniforms and overalls. The name stems from the hard-wearing “run and fell” seam stitched into heavy-duty denim garments. This label believes in ethical garment production and quality workmanship, this is reflected in the use of local suppliers and manufacturers.

Run and Fell source organic fabrics for all is creations and garments are also cut and sewn in Manchester. This label collaborates with local businesses to apply the print designs using both traditional screen print methods and digital printing technology.

Run and Fell aim to avoid exploitation across its supply chain, so that customers can be confident that their clothing has been made fairly and made well.

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Segments / Shopping Categories: Menswear
Key Stockists: BrothersWeStand; ThenAndNow; TIFF
Payment Methods: Debit card; Credit card; American Express; PayPal; Apple Pay
Delivery Options: Free UK delivery
Key Countries Shipped To: UK
Inseason Full-price: Yes
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