The future is not in our hands, it is in the hands of the makers of the jeans we wear.
This is the message being hammered home by new denim manufacturers who are calling on manufacturers to remove their logos from all of their clothes, including the ones that they make for us.
This has led to a backlash from brands and retailers who want to maintain their brands and remain true to their heritage.
It also has an impact on the brands themselves, as brands such as Uniqlo, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana have now withdrawn their logos entirely from their wares.
As part of a joint venture between Nike, Adidas and the Australian Textile Industry Council (ATIC), the Australian denim industry is calling on all manufacturers to drop their logos on their products.
The new industry is a key player in Australia’s denim industry, supplying jeans to retailers across the country, as well as in some international markets such as Japan.
We know that there is a great need for quality denim, so the industry is looking to all suppliers for feedback on how best to communicate their values and commitment to Australian denim.
There is an enormous amount of opportunity for the industry to learn from the success of other industries in the industry, so we are asking the industry for your input on what you would like to see change.
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