This ethical denim brand recently hit headlines thanks to the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, being papped in them on her recent trip to Australia (sales have since skyrocketed).
The CEO James Bartle initially started the brand in 2011 as ‘The Denim Project’, a project enabling women that had been victims of sex-trafficking to learn how to sew in Cambodia and Thailand.
The brand is now an Australian denim staple, still ethically made in Cambodia using the finest and environmentally-friendly materials.
The 2018 Ethical Fashion Report also awarded Outland Denim an A+ score (the highest you can get).
These jeans are far from basic, they offer style alongside offering employment and training opportunities to vulnerable women.