As we learn more and more about how to live sustainably, it becomes increasingly evident that local manufacturing plays a key role in driving a sustainable future. It's why Nobody Denim has cemented its commitment to its Australian makers and factories.
Nobody Denim has relaunched its permanent Signature Range, a selection of core pieces with more inclusive sizing, with a renewed commitment to ensuring that these pieces will always be made on our shores. The refreshed Signature Range is a collection of 35 pieces, the core clothing that continues to be the most popular and sought after styles. These pieces will now come in sizes ranging from 23 to 34.
We know that local manufacturing is a big stepping stone towards more transparency and sustainability. Not only does Australian manufacturing support our local economy, it also reduces the emissions involved in transporting materials to an offshore factory and then shipping the product to the consumer. Close proximity to their makers also helps brands ensure their processes are safe and ethical.
Nobody Denim chairman and co-founder John Condilis said: “For 22 years, Nobody Denim has always been dedicated to the craftsmanship of creating denim and to maintaining an ethical and sustainable business with transparency at its core. As local manufacturing continues to get more challenging from both a cost and skills shortage perspective, we are committing both to our customers, and to the fashion industry that no matter what, the Nobody Denim Signature Range will always be made in Australia.
“By making that commitment we are ensuring the future of local manufacturing by continually investing in the best and most innovative technologies and the skills of our local workforce to make sure we can keep as much work here as possible.
“With the relaunch of the Nobody Denim Signature Range, we are also making our core product more inclusive with a wider range of sizes which we know is important, especially in denim.”
The new Nobody Denim Signature Range is available from nobodydenim.com and the Nobody Denim Brunswick Street Concept Store.