Date Posted: 13 May 2019

The latest shipment of the jean thoughtfully crafted from European denim by our in-house team of seamstresses comes after a considerable fulfilment of wait-list orders. This timeless, flattering cut begins in a high 10.5” rise, and continues to hug fro

Date Posted: 11 May 2019

Wandering dirt roads, amongst sunburnt fields, under a ceiling of clear, powder-blue skies. Here we find the Outland man and woman venturing into the outback to forge their own way on the dusty red dirt plains, like those who’ve gone before them.

Date Posted: 3 May 2019

My local coffee shop is situated dangerously close to my apartment, fueling a serious caffeine addiction that came to birth not long after we brought our newborn son home from the hospital. As I sit trying to balance my notebook, flat white and ten-month

Date Posted: 21 September 2018

If you’re reading this (a journal by a brand that prints ‘Made Different’ as its catchcry) it’s likely you’re the type to cringe at the phrase ‘it’s the way things have always been done’. Especially in today’s context where we are all learning how our

Date Posted: 13 August 2018

We have never believed that your school grades equate to how you do at life, but when you roll in the realm of ethical and sustainable fashion, it’s important that you don’t fake your CV. A brand might say it’s all for the people and the planet, but is it

Date Posted: 22 June 2018

Would you consider yourself a sustainable traveller? As consciously as I try to consume on a day-to-day basis, I must admit that in planning my upcoming overseas getaway, sustainability has not been my first priority. It seems that in navigating unfamilia

Date Posted: 21 June 2018

"This abandoned garment factory would have been buzzing with activity not so long ago. The floor is covered with the remnants of some of our favourite brands. If our bottom line is always the $$...

Date Posted: 12 June 2018

Well worn and worn well. Captured by Carin Garland in Joshua Tree, California, Giorgi-Antinori wears the staple Isabel jean in Washed Black.

Date Posted: 7 June 2018

Glacier rivers, Norwegian villages, and moody snow capped mountains, are just some of the things that you'll find in taking a visit to Max Chesnut's Instagram profile, @ExploreWithMax. This globe-trotter, photographer, and elephant enthusiast is a...

Date Posted: 10 May 2018

Outland Denim is proud to be a part of Holt Renfrew's H Project - a speciality department of extraordinary products with extraordinary stories.

Date Posted: 30 April 2018

The factory I worked in was producing for big name fashion brands that you can find in shopping malls all over the world. My inner designer was in awe, “MY designs, in THESE stores”. The factory I was working in also overlooked child labor laws,

Date Posted: 15 April 2018

The sun has barely started it’s scorching ascent, yet the Cambodian streets are already restless, as across the country thousands of workers clamber into the back of open aired trucks.

Date Posted: 14 April 2018

When brainstorming who could become the face of our Lucy True Blue jean, Montana Lower was an obvious choice.

Date Posted: 12 April 2018

With Boxing Day sales eagerly awaiting us, engineered with an underlying urgency that tempts us to buy now and think later, the report acts as a timely reminder.

Date Posted: 23 March 2018

What’s behind a good flatlay? For us it’s a day shooting with the wonderfully talented photographer Sabine Bannard. Homemade chai and cake, a couple of playful poodles, a tour of the latest renovations, and a soundtrack of Euro house tunes are all charact

Date Posted: 19 February 2018

With stories never lingering for over three pages, this read is ideal for anyone who hasn’t picked up a book since their first of many Facebook feed refreshes. In fact, if your New Year’s resolution was to reduce pre-bedtime-bluelight, this is the book yo

Date Posted: 20 December 2017

Flattering, ethically produced and made from sustainable raw materials. I’m totally in love with @outlanddenim lately, but what I love the most about this brand is the fact that they employ women freed from human trafficking, give them a living wage,

Date Posted: 24 November 2017

Growing up with a hard-working, professional mother and a very bright sister who was always two steps ahead, the need for women’s empowerment had never seemed that pressing.

Date Posted: 20 October 2017

Redress, an environmental NGO working to reduce waste in the fashion industry, has written the ideal book on sustainable fashion for people who aren’t that into sustainable fashion.

Date Posted: 11 August 2017

Emma’s signature style is wheel thrown rather than slip cast, meaning no two objects of her creation are replicas; they each maintain a degree of individuality.