NOBODY DENIM

ABOUT

They don’t make a lot of noise, but those who wear them, do. Born in 1999 in Melbourne, Australia, Nobody Denim has long been celebrated for making women feel more confident in their world and in themselves. Designed from the details up, they believe style is as much about the attitude as it is about the purpose – constantly refining and defining. While their foundations lie in premium denim, today, their approach to design mixes understated ease with confident femininity to create a uniform of quality staples that bridge fashion looks with contemporary street style and its relationship to daily life. They believe in the longevity of their country as much as that of their collections, which is why their longstanding commitment to ethical manufacturing principles offers a unique vision of responsible design.

MADE IN AUSTRALIA, CHINA

BASED IN AUSTRALIA AND SHIPPING: INTERNATIONAL

SUSTAINABILITY LABELS

ETHICAL

They are credited with Ethical Clothing Australia & working closely with The Textile Clothing & Footwear Union of Australia. Their denim is made locally in Melbourne. A small proportion of their garments are made offshore where they have close relationships with their suppliers & they regularly visit their factories, they are annually third party audited to SA8000 and/or ISO14001.

NATURAL FIBERS

Most fabrics they use are accredited to OEKO-TEX Standard 100.

DYES

Their laundry dyes meet REACH standards and they use natural enzymes for their laundry. They do not use hazardous azo dyes.

MAINTENANCE

They offer a repair service on jeans within 12 months of purchase.

WATER

Since 2017 they’ve reduced water use by 50% in their stone washing and bleaching processes.

WASTE

They’ve reduced fabric waste by 9% by automating their fabric cutting. They donate fabric offcuts to students and they donate garments to the Darwin Aboriginal and Islander Women’s Shelter and the Alice Springs Women’s Shelter. They recycle all their cardboard and have a goal to recycle all plastic.

SOCIAL IMPACT

They support the work of the Social Studio, a social enterprise using fashion to improve the lives of young Australians from refugee or migrant backgrounds. To date they have employed ten of their graduating students.

ENERGY

They have switched the factory’s lighting to LEDs. They have invested in more efficient technology to cut electricity usage.