Nobody Denim is opening its factory to the public to talk ethics and sustainability

Words by Mariah Papadopoulos

Leading the charge.

As the changing climate continues to permeate minds in the fashion industry, local trailblazer Nobody Denim is inviting visitors to walk its factory floor and find out what it takes to ethically produce a pair of jeans.

Nobody Denim has been making its denim products in Melbourne for more than 20 years, keeping manufacturing local to lower its environmental impact and keep a close eye on working conditions. 

The brand is accredited by Ethical Clothing Australia and consistently puts a spotlight on its own supply chain to ensure transparency around its factory space and wages.

This year’s factory tour will allow customers to observe ethical business practices and check out what goes on behind the scenes. The idea is to further increase the label’s standards of transparency, while also encouraging other brands to do the same. 

Visitors can chat face to face with the design team about responsible denim production, and develop their awareness around what they’re buying.

The 45-minute tour is part of this year’s VAMFF program and will take place at the Nobody Denim Laundry. Get your free tickets here


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