On our minds: DSTLD cutting denim prices

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by adakallgren on 14 February, 2016

Through applying an efficient business-model, DSTLD manages to offer quality jeans at about 1/3 the price of their peers.

On our minds is DSTLD, the premium denim brand that operates without a retail markup. By cutting out the middlemen, DSTLD means they can offer superior quality jeans made in the same factories as the denim lines of their designer peers, at about 1/3 of the traditional retail price. The offering is made up of a variety of models with an emphasis on the classics and key colours with the aim to deliver the perfect “core wardrobe”, and wherever possible, eco-efficient materials, dyes and techniques are employed. Read more here.

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