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Nobody Denim launches winter menswear collection

Nobody Denim is known for its dedication to local manufacturing and timeless denim pieces, recently re-introducing menswear after debuting its winter collection at Melbourne Fashion Festival this year.

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Figure: Nobody Denim is re-introducing menswear after debuting its winter collection at Melbourne Fashion Festival this year.

Although the brand has run menswear lines in the past, the recent demand for men’s clothing in 2022 inspired founders and brothers Nick and John Condilis to create a new range – including straight and slim-leg designs in five different washes.

When the Condilis brothers started the label in ’99, they outsourced fabric and cultivated designs in the back streets of Melbourne.

By focusing on quality materials and adhering to customer needs, Nobody Denim quickly grew to establish a strong following across the country to sustainability and accredited with Ethical Clothing Australia, meaning employees are paid fairly and work in a safe environment.

Co-founder and chairman John said, “The benefit of being a family-run business with [the] majority [of our] manufacturing here in Melbourne is we’re able to pivot and align our resources to where there is demand – and in doing so, ensure minimal waste.”

Also, with denim trends becoming increasingly androgynous, together with the countless requests over the past few years for menswear, we are so happy to launch this collection, he added.

Again the entire range is focused on mid-rise cuts, made with dull antique and nickel hardware, with handmade whiskering and brushing for that authentic vintage look, entire process, including sewing, washing and finishing, is completed at the Fitzroy factory.

The collections can be styled with jumpers, jackets, tees or coats, and fall to an ideal length. As the styles boast a classic look and are made to stand the test of time, they’re the ideal staple for not only this winter, but all seasons to come.

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