Date Posted: Wednesday 29th July 2020
Sustainable denim brand Outland Denim has successfully pivoted its business model in order to increase and maximise its positive social environmental impact, following the outbreak of COVID-19.
Outland Denim will be opening the doors to its socially, environmentally and economically sustainable Cambodian production facilities, newly branded under the name Maeka, offering the opportunity for other brands to produce with its facilities.
While shifting seasonal offerings into a yearly 6 capsule cycle, Outland Denim expands into new garment categories. This new model will allow Outland Denim to continue wholesale partnerships with stockists such as Nordstrom and Bloomingdales.
These pivots coincide with the release of the brand’s first annual Sustainability Report.
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