We’re digging the edgy graphical style of Australian streetwear label Suyo. After a great response to their first season, the controversial label have headed over to Kickstarter to expand the range for season two. If you make a pledge, you get a sneak peak at the collection and access to the range before it goes in stores or online.
ZANEROBE’S latest collection, Hall of Fame, includes pieces to suit every guy and his individual look, from Classic Sport to Premium Streetwear. To enter to win $400 worth of gear, become a ZANEROBE Facebook friend, then leave the name of the city you’re in under this post.
Australian t-shirt label, Das Monk, is on the hunt for the next visual genius to join their artist collaborative, so they’ve launched a competition to aid us in their quest. People of all nations, ages and levels of sanity are invited to enter.
My boyfriend is your typical guy who likes wearing nice clothes, but has no patience for shopping. So when a recent shopping trip in Byron Bay went into its second hour, I knew I was heading into dangerous territory. I knew I only had about two more minutes before he’d reach his man-shopping threshold, so you can imagine my surprise when from across the store he called out: ‘babe, do you like these shorts?’ And sure enough there he was, elbow deep in a stack of brightly printed boardies by Aussie label, Toggs.
After stumbling across these beautiful images of Jessica Hart on her blog, I don’t know what’s more fabulous: her or the dresses. While we can’t get a good look at the sand-skimming number she’s wearing on the beach, we can be sure that it’s an Aussie label.
The crew at Twin Cat Vintage have extended their range of clothing from vintage clothing to new designs inspired by the past. Given they’re limited edition, they still have the feeling of ‘one-of a kind’ that vintage offers.
There’s no easy way to say this, but too many blokes who care about fashion end-up looking like kids down at the beach. What looks okay when you’re a teenager just doesn’t cut it once you reach a riper age. To address this gap in the market, new Australian label The Rocks Push has launched a range of well-fitting men’s beach shorts.
Terrence Towel, son of Terry the ‘mythical rogue‘ of the 1970s fashion world, has started a revival of his father’s vision in Melbourne. This Australian owned label that manufactures locally has extended the concept of the Terry Towel bucket hat to include items that make up both a summer and a winter range. The clothes […]
Plenty of fashion-PR-spam floods my inbox as we transcend into a new wardrobe season, but this week one Look Book caught my eye. New kid on the block streetwear label, One Hundred, launched this week in Brisbane with the mantra that the humble t-shirt should become an individualistic canvas.
With all the endless parades of feminine frocks at this years’ Australian Fashion Week, we were bowled over by the wonderfully named Song For The Mute. Melvin Tanaya and Lyna Ty’s second menswear collection subtly breaks the rules of traditional tailoring to create brave new silhouettes. Raw, fragile shirting and delicate, draped fisherman style pants […]
Now you never have to do the walk of shame again. The Other Side’s reversible jeans, presented recently at Australian Fashion Week, give you an instant costume change as the mood takes you. Designer Kassandra Scardino’s denim line is full of fresh takes on the traditional wardrobe staple. Friendly to both the environment and your […]
Collaborating with UK artist Tim Laing, Das Monk designer Marc Hendrick has created a fictional world inspired by the apocalyptic paradise that is Mount Hexx. Theirs is a sinister world of kaleidoscopic colours and ripples of psychedelia, of serenading Queens, of dancing flamingoes, of unimaginable euphoria. Curiosity and hypnotic dreams have led many to Mount […]
Australian t shirt label Junior Massive have just introduced their new Vinyl Art collection, which includes head, horse and bird. The images were crafted out of an old record, carefully maintaining the eye line of the subject, and matching it to the hole on the record. The result is some slightly twisted limited edition and one-off print designs, all made sweatshop free in Australia.
In December 2007, two Sydney graphic designer buddies — Chris Ebbeck and Som Vongsonephet — got together and formed their own clothing label — My Life Is — because they were tired of seeing shirts in shops that they wouldn’t wear. The creative duo are living their dream by producing super-comfy, stylish tee designs.
During a recent visit to Australia, I picked up one of these Das Monk tees. I figured I’d bring a little piece of Down Under-style back to America with me. They’re a sweet fit and run just a touch longer than a few other brands I’ve worn, so they pair well with fitted jeans. save […]