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Converse x Feng Chen Wang

Converse x Feng Chen Wang

Feng Chen Wang has quickly become one of the world’s most exciting young designers.

Having developed a reputation for deconstructive, conceptually rich pieces, this long-awaited collaboration with Converse does not disappoint.

Available In-store Tuesday, 20.10.20.

Any remaining pairs will be available online from 11 am AEST.

New arrivals; Pleasures

Pleasures

Titled “metaphorically speaking,” the most recent collection for the LA label contains slogans that strike with the force of blunt political declaration. We’re left asking, where exactly is the metaphor?

Pleasures are fucking with us.

It seems that some things really are still business as usual.

New arrivals; Two Hills

Two Hills

Simplicity,
not as a starting point,
but the final stage of refinement.

New pieces available now.

New arrivals; WTAPS

WTAPS

By now you know the co-ordinates.

The cult Japanese label is back with another utility-bent, Americana-inflected collection.

Available now.

New arrivals; Danton

Danton

In conversation with their historied archive, Danton playfully engage notions of work and leisure.

The result: European workwear silhouettes remodeled with contemporary Japanese inflections.

New arrivals; Fred Perry x Raf Simons

Fred Perry x Raf Simons

The ongoing collaboration between British cult label Fred Perry and avant-gardist Raf Simons makes inventive use of photographic prints from archival sources detailing British subcultures of the 70s and 80s.

The provenance of this season’s graphic materials is the recently-published 100 Club Stories, a photobook paying homage to the legendary London club where punk bands such as the Sex Pistols, The Clash, and The Damned made early appearances.

New arrivals; Aries

Aries

The Italo-British label Aries have built a lasting iconography in their balancing act between high-brow and low-brow cultural influences, often using the latter to question the authority of the former.

New arrivals; Maple

Maple

Founded by Vancouver-based self-taught designer Austin McMahon, Maple pieces display no constraints when it comes to inspiration, from motorcycle culture to art-deco architectural principles.

WTAPS x Vans

WTAPS x Vans

Celebrating their history of collaboration, the new WTAPS x Vans collection includes a range of apparel celebrating a signature Vans element: the waffle sole that has made Vans the shoe of choice for generations of skateboarders.

Apparel range and remaining pairs of WTAPS x Vans footwear available now.

New arrivals; Carhartt WIP

Carhartt WIP

Inspired by their roots in the American industrial heartland, this season Carhartt WIP further refine their unmistakable denim range, alongside marquee performance utility pieces and seasonal graphic tees.

New arrivals; Kowtow

Kowtow

Seed
to
Garment

Classic and new styles from the label
with an all-encompassing vision of sustainability.

WTAPS x Vans

Throughout the long history of WTAPS x Vans collaborations, the ‘Bones’ logo has been a reoccurring motif.

It returns in new guises for the second drop of this season’s collaboration.

The WTAPS x Vans footwear is a limited release and we will be using our raffle system for the chance to purchase. For raffle terms and conditions please visit the ‘Releases’ page.

The WTAPS x Vans apparel and accessories will release online and in-store at 12pm (AEST) 26.09.20

New arrivals; Reception

Reception Clothing

Forever inspired by intertwined experiences of travel and food, the new collection from Lyon-based label Reception was inspired by LA, gesturing to the city of dreams’ excesses and the American innocence of yesteryear.

New arrivals; Baserange

Baserange

In stark opposition to the slapdash appeals to sustainability now spreading throughout the fashion world, Baserange’s foundational commitment to ethical production processes also profoundly affects the design of their garments, forming a uniquely holistic approach to clothing for tomorrow.

Introducing Needles

Needles

​We are proud to welcome Tokyo/NYC-based label Needles to our shelves.

American-bred military, outdoor, and sportswear silhouettes made in Japan with a distinctly Japanese eye for textiles.

​Available now in-store and online.

Whether it’s their ‘Rebuild by Needles’ flannel shirts exploding deconstructive gestures in a maximalist flurry, or their precision-engineered tracksuits, with Needles the artisanship is evident.

New arrivals; Undercover

Undercover
Jun Takahashi

After high-concept interpretations of Suspiria and A Clockwork Orange, Jun Takahashi turns his eye to the history of Japan via Throne of Blood, Akira Kurosawa’s 1957 Macbeth adaptation set in feudal Japan.

Available now

Fragment x Moncler x Converse Chuck 70 Low

Converse’s latest collaborative project taps Tokyo’s legendary streetwear imprint “Fragment ” and Italian outerwear specialist Moncler’s boundary pushing Genius Project.

Reflecting Hiroshi Fujiwara’s penchant for understated minimalism and Moncler’s attention to detail, the collaboration delivers two colour variations of Converse’s flagship 1970 Chuck Taylor. Featuring canvas uppers wrapped in a black rubber foxing with subtle Fragment and Moncler Genius brand nods and stitching details throughout.

Raffle entries close 9am (AEST) 02.08.

For raffle terms and conditions please visit the ‘Releases’ page.

New arrivals; Perks and Mini

PAM.

The now Paris-based label charts new territory while continuing their psychedelic odyssey.

Available now in-store and online.

New arrivals; Danton

Danton

The Japanese label play with notions of work and leisure in dialogue with their French workwear heritage.

Available now in-store and online.

New arrivals; Maison Kitsuné

Maison Kitsune.

Not for the unadventurous.

In true flaneur tradition, Maison Kitsuné have never been afraid to venture beyond.

Available now.

WTAPS x Vans

WTAPS x Vans

Celebrating the iconic waffle and shifting coordinates

Available in-store 11 am, 22.08

Remaining pairs will be available online at 12 am AEST

Converse x Fear Of God Essentials

A classic made essential.

In bringing the Chuck Taylor into the understated vision that characterises his ‘Essentials’ range, Fear of God founder Jerry Lorenzo has created a striking iteration of the iconic sneaker.

Available Tuesday, 04.08.20
In-Store 10 AM, Online 11 AM AEST.

New arrivals; Converse

The iconic basketball shoe and subcultural comfort sole is back in Black, Sunflower, and the new seasonal Midnight Clover colourway.

Available now in-store and online.

New arrivals; Carhartt WIP

Utility vests, durable staples, and a collection of short-sleeve shirts. Carhartt WIP continue to expand their purview.

New collection available now in-store and online.

New arrivals; Stone Island

Characterized by a relentless quest for innovation, Stone Island’s ability to reinvent remains second to none.

New collection available now in-store and online.

Vans x Neighborhood x Mister Cartoon

Named ‘Uncle Toons Mart’ after a fictional liquor store imagined by Mister Cartoon and Neighborhood, the concept behind this collaboration with Vans sounds like something out of Grand Theft Auto, in which, by no coincidence, Mister Cartoons artwork featured heavily.

Available now in-store and online.

New arrivals; Neighborhood

In this new instalment, Neighborhood absorb a myriad of influences into their workwear-inspired aesthetic with their use of tiger stripe camo and irreverent graphics.

Available now in-store and online.

New arrivals; WTAPS

Resolute as ever, WTAPS strive for simplicity in design and quality in production without compromising either.

Available now in-store and online.

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