September 17th, 2014

Norse Projects have been at it again, delivering another series of caps to keep your head in check with their Seven Panel Patchwork Caps. Coming to us in Black and Navy, each of the Seven Panel Caps feature a slew of mixed materials in a series of tones and colours sewn together in true patchwork style to recreate the classic cap silhouette. Mixing a series of woollen panels, suede panels, and cotton drills each fabric accents each panel before been finished off with metal eyelets, adjustable nylon clip strap, and Norse Projects' signature woven emblem. Crafted in the United States, each cap is now available in store and online alongside the rest of this season's selections from Norse Projects


September 16th, 2014

There's nothing like getting some homegrown products here at the store, and local Victorian label Tailfeather have delivered their latest series of luggage with their Treecreeper Backpacks. Coming to us is Black and Camouflage, each of the Treecreeper Backpacks are crafted from a mixture of heavy-duty waxed canvas, and top grain leather. The rucksack style bags two internal accessories pockets as well as a snap lock sleeve pocket suitable for laptops and tablets. The rucksack style closure is secured safely with a three part latch consisting of leather and brass keeping your carry safe and secure before flipping around the back to the top grain leather straps with adjustable buckles. Both colour ways are now available in store and online now alongside the rest of this season's selections from Tailfeather.


September 16th, 2014

Norse Projects have been at it again, delivering this season's renditions of their Ketel Zip Hoods. Coming to us in Black and Light Grey Melange, each of this season's Ketel Sweats feature a specially woven cotton jersey fleece that has been mercerised a process that increases the strength and lustre of the woven fleece to endure rugged use. Adding to the mix a set of kangaroo pouch pockets, raglan sleeves, ribbed cuffs and hem, before been finished off with a monotone accenting cross-stitch construction highlighting the panels. Available in store and online now, alongside the rest of this season's selections from Norse Projects.


September 15th, 2014

French sneaker label Le Coq Sportif are back at it again, rambling through their archives to bring back the Zenith. This early 1990's design nods back to the clean simplistic designs that Le Coq Sportif represent with the Zenith coming to us in both Black/Optical White and Teal/Optical White renditions. Both silhouettes utilise Le Coq Sportif's love for premium materials donning a slew of suede, leather, and signature sheen mesh to the retro silhouette, before been topped off with the classic rooster emblem and sitting atop a crisp white midsole. Both colour ways are now available in store and online alongside the rest of this season's selections from Le Coq Sportif.


September 15th, 2014

Mr Mannequin is back trapsing about town in a selection of our latest deliveries in this week's outfit of the week. Kicking it all off this week, Mr. Mannequin's layered up in a combination of Monitaly's U.S. Army Tent Mountain Parka, with Superior Labor's B.D. Shirt in White. Heading down to the lower half of his outfit, and Mr. Mannequin's got the latest delivery of Norse Projects' Aros Heavy Chinos on in Black, pairing them off with New Balance's Made in U.S.A. M1400HB. Topping it all off this week, Mr. Mannequin's packed all of his daily carry into Tailfeather's latest backpack with the Treecreeper in Black. Has he outdone himself this week, continue reading after the jump for all of the finer details and find out for yourselves.


September 12th, 2014

After dishing out their latest collaborative efforts with Perth's Highs and Lows, Le Coq Sportif continue the onslaught with their latest rendition of the famed R1000 silhouette. Another strong silhouette from the French labels endless archives, the R1000 has been given the premium treatment in Black/Ice Green. The classic running silhouette has been remade using a slew of premium materials with mesh underlays and suede overlays of black, and grey tones accented by the striking ice green that pulls the colour way together to completion. This latest colour way from the archives is now available in store and online alongside the rest of this season's selections from Le Coq Sportif.


September 11th, 2014

With colder starts and a little bit of rain here and there, it's good to have an extra layer of protection, and luckily Elka Rainwear have got you covered with their latest rendition of the classic raincoat. Coming to us in Yellow, the Klitmoller Raincoat features Elka signature lightweight waterproof shelling constructed using heat sealed seems to keep the water out. Putting into the mix two snap pocket pouches, and nickel hardware and you've got the perfect piece of outerwear to battle the elements. The Klitmoller Raincoat is now available both in store and online alongside the rest of Elka's rainwear collection.


September 11th, 2014

Tender Co. have delivered some of their latest British archival goods with their Darted Shoulder Shirts. Coming to us in Bleached Calico and Woad Calico, each Darted Shoulder Shirt is cut from blueline selvedge ecru cotton calico woven especially for Tender Co. Each shirt is cut in one piece, featuring no shoulder seams, and are darted to create a tailored form fit. Finished off with Saville Row tailor's strap buttons, selvedge plackets, bartacked details, and traditional railway jacket false cuffs. Each of the Darted Shoulder Shirts are now available both in store and online alongside the rest of this season's selections from Tender Co.


September 10th, 2014

Norse Projects continue to deliver this season with a slew of shirting hitting our shelves and online store. Available in Blue, Hemi Red, and Racing Green, each of the Anton Overdye Oxford Shirts feature a richly textured oxford cotton body, with a custom all-over dot discharge print, giving each shirt the vibrant over dyed tones that you see. Finishing it all off with tonal pearlescent buttons, tonal stitching, and single chest pocket, and you've got another wardrobe staple from Norse Projects. Available in store and online now alongside the rest of this season's selections.


September 10th, 2014

With the sun shinning bright and high in the sky, there's no better time than now for Norse Projects to deliver some of their latest headwear for the season with their Corduroy Caps. Coming to us in Black, Carmine Red, Navy, and York Blue, each of the Corduroy Caps are the latest to get Norse Projects' contemporary treatment, with the label taking to six panel styled baseball caps with a lush corduroy fabric. Finished off with tonal 'NP' cursive embroidery, tonal stitching, and black snap back, each of the caps can now be found in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump.

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