Ethical & Humanitarian Brand OUTLAND DENIM Spring/Summer '20 Collection
Updated: Mar 3
The Outland Denim Spring/Summer '20 'State of Being' collection is vintage-infused and ‘70s inspired; its roots in authenticity and freedom of expression.
The world’s most humanitarian denim, has announced that their upcoming collection, State of Being, will be the brand’s first 100% vegan edit.
The vintage-infused collection is an ode to the golden age of denim, featuring new silhouettes including the high-rise, wide leg Amy jean and the relaxed Annie short; both of which also mark the brand’s first rigid denim offerings. The Charlotte button-down denim dress, Cooper cropped men’s jean, and chambray shirts are also stand-outs from the 70’s inspired range.
“State of Being represents a lot of ‘firsts’ for our brand” says Outland Denim Founding CEO James Bartle, “from being our first vegan collection, to our first offering of dresses and chambray, our first rigid denim jean, and of course our first full collection to be crafted in our new cut-and-sew facility.”
View or download the Spring/Summer '20 Lookbooks:
Women's Collection HERE
Men's Collection HERE
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About OUTLAND DENIM
James Bartle, the founder of Outland Denim, will be available for press walk-throughs of the collections, and to talk about how Outland Denim is changing lives while making strides in sustainability.
Founded in 2016, Outland Denim offers formerly enslaved or exploited young women training and employment pathways. Since the launch Outland Denim has evolved to equip people in positions of varying vulnerability to gain employment; including those leaving exploitative situations within garment factories, those with physical disabilities, and those who have been trafficked for labour. The key to its business model is mitigating risk of exploitation through skills acquisition, living wages, education programs and life skills development.
Outland Denim’s jeans are crafted in Cambodia by a team of dedicated staff who have graduated from the company’s coveted in-house training program to become skilled cutters, seamstresses and pattern makers. Awarded the A+ in the 2019 Ethical Fashion Report by Baptist World Aid, Outland Denim is also Australia’s first B CorporationⓇ denim brand. Along with being the winner of the 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation Stop Slavery Award.
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