The Outland Denim Story

 

When I was invited to try on denim with new brand Outland Denim, I wondered how this company's jeans would compare to other denim I own.  Well, I was highly impressed! Outland offers a great selection of washes, rises and styles - from straight to skinny to black, light and dark denim colours in mid and high rises.  Each style has a small amount of stretch which truly hug your curves. We're talking premium denim quality that reflects the dedicated skills of their makers.  But where Outland Denim really impresses is with their story.  Every pair of Outland denim is produced in a clean, bright training and production facility in Cambodia.  They're committed to sourcing the most ethically and environmentally sound raw materials, from the original denim fabric, to lining to recycled packaging.  Many of it's seamstresses have been rescued from sex trafficking, and every worker earns a living wage and are supported to build a bright future for themselves.    Try a pair on at Holt Renfrew and Harry Rosen and be part of their "zero exploitation" movement.           

When I was invited to try on denim with new brand Outland Denim, I wondered how this company's jeans would compare to other denim I own.  Well, I was highly impressed! Outland offers a great selection of washes, rises and styles - from straight to skinny to black, light and dark denim colours in mid and high rises.  Each style has a small amount of stretch which truly hug your curves. We're talking premium denim quality that reflects the dedicated skills of their makers.

But where Outland Denim really impresses is with their story.  Every pair of Outland denim is produced in a clean, bright training and production facility in Cambodia.  They're committed to sourcing the most ethically and environmentally sound raw materials, from the original denim fabric, to lining to recycled packaging.  Many of it's seamstresses have been rescued from sex trafficking, and every worker earns a living wage and are supported to build a bright future for themselves.  

Try a pair on at Holt Renfrew and Harry Rosen and be part of their "zero exploitation" movement.