Outland Denim released 70s-Themed High Hopes Collection, crafted in partnership with Australian sustainability advocate, environmental engineer, and entrepreneur Montana Lower.
The eight-piece “High Hopes” capsule collection reflects Outland’s commitment to sustainability, featuring 100 percent organic cotton chambray in many of the denim pieces, and 100 percent traceable organic cotton, all vegan materials and zero harmful chemicals throughout the entire range. The collection features a relaxed fit denim jacket, a tote bag, a “High Hopes” themed T-shirt, workwear-inspired pieces such as a classic pair of overalls and a similarly styled dress, high-rise wide-leg jeans with front patch pockets & shorts, and a range of embroidered patches mirroring the line’s psychedelic flower story. Patches are sold separately or delivered with the purchase of any denim piece in this collection.
“By now I’ve been able to view Outland from every angle—first as a customer, then model, then engineer, and now designing a collection—and they have blown me away at every turn,” said Montana Lower “The transparency provided with people and the planet at the core of every decision paves the way of what really should be the standard, and of course I am beaming to be able to create with a team like that.”
“With this collaboration, we really wanted each piece to be a celebration of hope, and the positive impact the wearer has made in the life of the person who made it,” said James Bartle, Founder of Outland Denim “We believe the clothes we wear can be a force for good.”
The High Hopes collection is available on the brand’s website.