From there, the “Denim Project” was created and enabled girls to further their sewing skills and use it in new ways. From sourcing to production, remote Cambodian villages now have great facilities that house all this development!
Though their flagship store is in Australia, Outland Denim prides themselves on their sustainable practices and goal to fight modern day slavery, one great pair of jeans at a time!
Since they are a small operation, their styles are very limited, unique, and selective. Their goal is to not join in the surplus of goods that flood our market today, but targeting their audience and make only what needs to be made, no more and no less. Learn about the jean making process here!
Throughout this entire model, Outland Denim ensures fair wages, benefits and support, and socially beneficial choices that improve local communities, the environment, and most importantly, the women they work with.
They also ensure any manufacturers or source materials they work with are ethical and treat their workers fairly and well! They are always willing and excited to take your calls and questions, too -- just to make sure you truly trust their brand and their promises.
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