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How Nobody Denim is sewing supply chain transparency into its clothes

The collection builds on the brand’s decades-long commitment to local manufacturing. Image: Supplied
Nobody Denim has just launched a new capsule collection that is completely traceable, from where the cotton for the garments was grown, to when it was harvested, spun into thread, woven into denim and ultimately turned into jeans, skirts and jackets at the brand’s manufacturing facility in Melbourne.  Nearly two years in the making, the collection is the result of a partnership between Nobody Denim and Australian transparency technology startup Fibretrace.  As of today, customers sho