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Nobody Denim brings back menswear in winter range

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Fashion label Nobody Denim has announced the relaunch of its menswear collection for this winter. 

The collection consists of Nico Skinny Jean, Jimmy Slim Jean and John Taper Jean, and features five washes, including solid black, classic rinse indigo, dark authentic vintage indigo, mid-authentic vintage indigo and a used black. 

Nobody Denim says the jean collection is designed to be worn every day and 90 per cent of it is made with recycled cotton fabric. The jeans are sewn, washed and finished in the Nobody Denim Melbourne factory and laundry.

In addition, to get a real vintage look, whiskering and brushing are done by hand using traditional methods, according to the company. 

“Nobody Denim has produced menswear before, but the benefit of being a family run business with majority manufacturing here in Melbourne is we are able to pivot and align our resources to where there is demand (and in doing so ensure minimal waste),” said John Condilis, co-founder and chairman of Nobody Denim. 

“With denim trends becoming increasingly androgynous, together with the countless requests over the past few years for menswear we are so happy to launch this collection.”

The Nobody Denim Mens W22 collection is available to purchase via the brand’s website. 

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