Nobody joins Outland as denim labels merge 

(Source: Nobody Denim)

Outland Denim Group has announced the addition of Nobody Denim to its portfolio as it eyes international expansion.

With the new member, Outland has grown to four businesses and is preparing for its third round of equity crowdfunding on October 17.

The company describes itself as “an ecosystem of brands dedicated to creating positive social and environmental change”. It is developing an emerging revenue stream with a textile waste solution, targeting the issue of 200,000 tonnes of textiles ending up in landfills.

Known for its premium denim, Nobody Denim has a loyal customer base of 60,000 and revenue of $5.6 million in FY23, with products stocked in over 170 retail doors across Australia.

“We are proud to announce that we are joining the Outland Denim family and forming a new Australian-owned house of denim and sustainable fashion,” the brand said on its website.

“This partnership amplifies our commitment to driving significant social and environmental change in an industry that desperately needs it.”

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