Outland Denim released its first sustainability report Tuesday, revealing plans to open its Cambodian manufacturing facilities to other brands and establish an in-house standard for sustainability.
The Australia-based brand, known for its sustainably washed organic cotton jeans and efforts to eradicate modern slavery, is ramping up its voice in an effort to lead the denim industry to reduce its collective environmental impact.
“Our customers aren’t just buying a pair of jeans; they are investing in positive change,” said Outland Denim founding CEO James Bartle. “They are taking us up on our promise to create an impact on their behalf.”
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