Latest arrivals: Raf Simons x Fred Perry FW19

Together, the iconic British label and the Belgian avant-gardist look to the archive, with a series of bold pieces featuring prominent photographic prints courtesy of artists George Plemper and Gavin Watson. The British subcultures of the past to which Fred Perry has been so important are thus brought back to life.

Latest arrivals: Pleasures FW19

The new collection from Pleasures motions towards the location of the LA-based label’s philosophy: the shadow between irony and defiant sincerity.

Carhartt WIP x Clarks Originals

Carhartt WIP reference their workwear and military influences on an understated classic shape: the Clarks Wallabee. Available Thursday 5 September 12AM AEST.

Latest arrivals: Perks and Mini aka P.A.M. FW19

In their new collection, Perks & Mini (P.A.M.) find a thrust towards possible new futures between the futures of yesterday and nostalgia for the time that created them. This is psy-active-mutation.

Latest arrivals: Comme des Garçons FW19

The name needs no introduction: Comme des Garçons Homme, the label’s premium menswear line, continues to enhance shapes from the western canon with Japanese techniques & materials. This season’s offering brings with it finely tailored pants, iconic staples, and intricate tape detailing.

Introducing N. Hoolywood FW19

Introducing N. Hoolywood, the cult Japanese label that infuses silhouettes of tried and trusted elegance with detailing of dizzying complexity.

Neighborhood x Converse

Neighborhood was founded in 1994 by Shinsuke Takizawa, a lifelong fan of motorcycle and related subcultures. This season, the Japanese label has teamed up with Converse to create two shoes in line with this founding vision.

Saturday 24.08
In-store 10am
Online 11am

Latest arrvials: Wacko Maria

New collection from Tokyo-based garment makers Wacko Maria is available now: finely crafted pants, trademark provocative prints, and, of course, their much-coveted open collar shirts.

Latest arrivals: Stand Alone

Taking inspiration as always from the vintage stores that the label’s owners have run in the Seoul area for over twenty years, Korean label Stand Aloné are back. This season’s collection looks to the past with a vision of the future, exuding nostalgic warmth without ever sacrificing innovation.

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Brisbane Q 4000
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