Nobody Denim is a Melbourne brand is all about sustainability and ethical production. Everyone knows that denim is one of the worst fabrics when it comes to pollution, water use and waste, which is why the team behind the brand is focused on making ‘clean’ denim garments.

“Since 1999, Nobody Denim has been celebrated in Australia and around the world for premium women’s denim. Our approach to design is both considered and sustainable, mixing understated ease with confident femininity to create quality fashion staples that bridge classic looks with contemporary style,” states the brand’s website.

“These constantly updated edits make women feel more confident in their world and in themselves, with ethically made premium denim online, a strong community ethos and collaborative and creative brand culture.”

All the brand’s garments are made in Melbourne with guaranteed fair working conditions employing over 80 staff; the brand is also accredited with Ethical Clothing Australia (ECA)

The brand is also very careful in where it sources its materials – which means working with suppliers who meet IS014001 standards, use natural enzymes in their laundry, have reduced their water use for certain processes by 50% and support Australian hardware suppliers like YKK zips to reduce their carbon footprint.

Nobody Denim doesn’t just do jeans, the brand also offers womenswear tops, skirts and even dresses in fabrics like organic cotton and silk. But it’s best pieces are the denim, particularly their season collection items like coloured denim, wide-leg jeans and slim cut denim jackets.

“While our foundations lie in premium denim, our 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,” states the brand.

The brand is available to shop online, but the brand also has a concept store in the Fitzroy suburb of Melbourne where customers can try on the brand’s various jeans styles.

Website: Instagram: @nobodydenim

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