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New arrivals: Aimé Leon Dore

With bright colourblocking reminiscent of NYC’s basketball courts and knits inspired by the yesteryear preserved in some of the city’s diners, Aimé Leon Dore celebrate their city like no other label from the Five Boroughs.

Womens | No Style Without Layers

Layers are comforting, not only physically, but also for the depth they create in their arrangement. With juxtapositions of colour, texture, size, and sheen, layering is where fashion is brought together in the visual language of style.

New arrivals: LF Markey

Lead by ex-Burberry, Sydney born designer Louise Markey, French workwear inspired LF Markey is an archetype of craftsmanship and classic utilitarian design with a soft sensibility. Boiler-suits are a key signature for the brand, inspired by the traditional workwear garment ‘Bleu de Travail’ or ‘work blues’, worn by French factory workers in the 1800’s . The new season is available now in-store and online.

New arrivals: Aries

Built from the paradox of 90’s youth-fashion movements, high fashion and streetwear, Aries pick symbols of the ancient world to juxtapose with contemporary motifs in order to carve out their own playful iconography. The new collection is available now in-store and online.

Latest arrivals: Kowtow

Imbued with soft-hue’s and a continued commitment to exclusive use of renewable and sustainable fibres, New Zealand native Kowtow once again proves that aesthetics needn’t be compromised by ethics. New collection available now.

Latest arrivals: Maple

Inspired by Indigenous and Western assimilation, Canadian based Maple strives to harmonise tradition with innovation. The considered craftsmanship at the centre of the brand ensures that by keeping an earthy, pragmatic aesthetic, each piece is suitable for everyday wear. New styles and a restock of the core favourites are available now.

Latest arrivals: Dr. Martens x Beams x Babylon

Inspired by the rude boys of the 60s, the transnational collaboration blends elements of all three brands to create a truly shared portrait of punk. Beams’ unmistakable orange colour accentuates details throughout and mixes with Babylons hardcore-skate roots and iconic inverted peace sign insignia. A trifecta that underscores Dr. Martens year long 60th anniversary celebration of the iconic 1460 boot. Available now in-store and online.

Latest arrivals: Pleasures

Self-possessed and insubordinate, Pleasures continues their trademark use of colourful graphics and pattern to dazzling effect, always somewhere between irony and defiant sincerity. New collection available now.

Latest arrivals: Stone Island

Building on their foundation of utilitarian design and distinctive use of material, Stone Island’s second drop of the season reaffirms the obvious; the Compass Rose always points true. Available now.

Latest arrivals: Carhartt Womens and Danton

Despite intercontinental differences, Carhartt and Danton do share a strong common vision; contemporary workwear made to last.

Carhartt and Danton are born from extensive American and French workwear sensibilities. Those who choose to wear either, or both, are ensured that their garments are not merely durable and practical, but also original and personal.

Latest arrivals: Maison Kitsuné

With collections that consistently bring a Japanese sensibility to Parisian cool, Maison Kitsuné has garnered a dedicated global following. Helped along of course by their mascot, the Kitsuné Fox; as immediately identifiable as it is hard to pin down.

Latest arrivals: Kenzo

The new collection from KENZO showcases Felipe Oliveira Baptista’s vision for the Parisian label. Firmly rooted in an exploration of the label’s iconic tiger and eye motifs, this season’s collection also exhibits considerable range, with sportswear-influenced pieces and a capsule dedicated to the coastal cultures of the world.

Latest arrivals: Undercover and N.Hoolywood

Fixated on cinema, Undercover designer Jun Takahashi turns his attention this season to the dawn of cinema and the birth of a classic of the horror genre: Nosferatu.

Founded by Daisuke Obana in 2000, N Hoolywood has carved out a niche with a uniquely structural approach to menswear, never failing to surprise in their attention to avant-garde detailing. This year we’re celebrating the label’s 20th birthday, and judging by this collection, Obana shows no signs of slowing down.

Latest arrivals: Baserange

Centered around ‘oneness’ and seperation, the new collection from Baserange is an enquiry into why things are defined as they are. Whether it be love or hate, good or bad, tops or bottoms; rather than defining them, Baserange explores them as singular. Available now in-store and online.

Introducing Reception

With collections of tees featuring bright graphic prints and a penchant for color-blocking, Reception make timeless clothing infused by the joy and nostalgia we associate with our experiences around food.

Because sometimes we need to be reminded that few things make the anxieties of the day fall away quite like a meal shared with friends on a warm summer evening.

Latest arrivals: Converse

With suede uppers, intricate patchwork, and pattern details, the world’s most classic sneaker continues to prove itself a forever adaptable canvas || Available now in-store and online.

Latest arrivals: P.A.M.

Perks and Mini mine the visual world the way a writer excavates memories. The result: joyful discordance. New collection available now in-store and online.

Latest arrivals: Stone Island

With a long track record of innovative colour and material experimentation, season after season the Compass Rose keeps a steady course into the unknown. New Stone Island available now in-store and online.

Sunnei, Lott Studio and Paloma Wool

Sunnei, Paloma Wool and Lott Studio make accessories at once elemental and striking, bringing unique aesthetic and design fundamentals to every piece.

Latest arrivals: Bukht

Bukht’s latest collection showcases texture and shape in perfect harmony, imbuing distinctive fabrics such as crisp plain weave cotton and a unique wale corduroy with a spacious elegance.

Clarks x Neighborhood

Inspired by Shinsuke Takizawa’s affinity for motorcycle culture and rock’n’roll sensibility, Neighborhood’s latest collaboration with the classic British shoemaker yields distinctive takes on the iconic Wallabee and Desert Trek.

RELEASE DETAILS:
Friday 31.01
In-store 10am
Online 10am

Latest arrivals: Comme des Garçons Homme

Continuing their tradition of experimentation with modern patch work and proportion, the final Comme des Garçons Homme drop of the season still shirks the burden of categorisation.

Introducing Honey Fucking Dijon

Collaborating with Comme des Garçons, Chicago native Honey Dijon got her start as a New York City DJ in the 90’s before bolstering her place as a fashion icon, trans activist and a global musician and producer. The combination of the Japanese fashion house’s prowess with the creative sphere of Dijon, produces a brand one would be proud to have emblazoned on their sleeve.

Available now in-store and online.

Latest arrivals: Pleasures x Joy Division

Peter Saville’s iconic cover artwork comes to life in this new Pleasures x Joy Divison collaborative collection celebrating the 40th anniversary of Unknown Pleasures.

Latest arrivals: Wacko Maria

Tokyo-based iconoclasts Wacko Maria are back with a new range of accessories, apparel, and lifestyle pieces | Available now in-store and online.

Introducing Sunnei

Neither haute couture nor streetwear, Sunnei assert an in-betweenness that should never be equated with incompleteness.

Latest arrivals: Neighborhood

The last Neighborhood drop of the year proudly exhibits the love of motorcycle culture on which Shinsuke Takizawa founded the label in 1994.

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