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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.

New arrivals; Good Morning Tapes

French occultists Good Morning Tapes have been at work crafting their latest offerings, replete with cosmic letter formations and imagery.

Available now in-store and online.

Vans x Neighborhood x Mister Cartoon

Vans x Neighborhood x Mister Cartoon.
Available 11.07, 12 PM AEST.

Two of the originals – both Neighborhood and Mister Cartoon were instrumental forces in the shaping of their respective subcultures. A shared passion for the lifestyle that meets at the intersection of tattoo’s and motor culture, converges from half a world apart.

New arrivals; Wacko Maria

WACKO MARIA explore Americana through the aesthetic revolts spearheaded by American misfits against the establishment.

New collection available now in-store and online.

New arrivals; Paloma Wool

Barcelona-based label Paloma Wool have developed an aesthetic that is all their own. Combining references to internet culture with timeless shapes and materials, the results land like worn artworks.

Available now in-store and online.

Dr. Martens x Pleasures

Dr. Martens x Pleasures 1460 Remastered

Punk provocateurs Pleasures balance their iconoclastic approach with reverence for the histories of New Wave and Punk subcultures.

Available now in-store and online.

New arrivals; Patta

With their new collection, Amsterdam-based label Patta celebrate their proximity to the sound systems of their city, adapting new silhouettes to their distinctly European streetwear idiom.

Available now in-store and online.

New arrivals; WTAPS

WTAPS are unrivaled in their ability to seamlessly blend various garment shapes in line with their unifying military-inspired aesthetic, resulting in pieces that exude a robust elegance.

New WTAPS available now in-store and online.

New arrivals; Neighborhood

The latest season from Neighborhood creates new space between shapes and angles inherited from military, sports, formal, and traditional Japanese influences.

New drop available now in-store and online.

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.

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