Podcast: Outland Denim's James Bartle On His Jeans With A Conscience

Wardrobe Crisis is the podcast that unzips fashion's issues, presented by Vogue Australia's Sustainability Editor-at-Large, Clare Press. In it she interviews industry leaders to talk ethics, sustainability, and the business and madness of fashion - from who made your clothes to how they impact on the environment, to the politics of personal style.

It was watching a Hollywood movie lit a fire in James Bartle’s belly, and spurred him to totally change his working life. Seven years later the former motocross rider and his wife Erica run Outland Denim. This denim label and social enterprise employs, trains and supports women in Cambodia, many of whom have been rescued from the sex trade and human trafficking. Based out of Queensland, Australia and Phnom Penh, Cambodia, they make women’s and men’s styles and sell internationally in North Amer…

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Clare Press

Sustainability Editor-at-Large at Vogue Australia

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