April 12th, 2015

Adidas Originals are set to unleash a slew of their latest silhouettes with a duo of Tubular and ZX Flux Weave in a tonal black finish. The Tubular Runner features a slew of premium suede and nubuck panneling, playing with tones, and textures with perforated accents. Complete with it's signature neoprene sock liner, and tubular core sole also set in tonal black to finish it all off. The ZX Flux Weave takes the classic ZX silhouette intricately woven to feature a set of tonal contrasting blacks to reveal panelling and three stripes in the one piece upper. Complete with black torsion outersole and bright lime accented lining to finish it all off.

Both the Tubular Runner and ZX Flux Weave will be hitting our shelves this Wednesday the 15th of April. We will have limited numbers of the Tubular style at all of our shops on Wednesday morning, was we know weekday releases can be hard to organise sometimes. The ZX Flux will be exclusive to our Level 1/15 McKIllop St location with any remaining pairs in both styles releasing online from 12pm the same day. Sizes US6 through to US12 will be available for both styles, with the Tubular Runner for $170 and the ZX Flux Weave for $120. Until Wednesday, we'll leave you with all of the finer details after the jump.


April 9th, 2015

Converse's First String division have delivered their latest with the Chuck Taylor 1970 Hairy Suede. Coming to us in Black and Vaporous Grey, each pair of the Chuck Taylors have received a premium finish with a lush and heavily textured suede upper complimented by a premium leather wrapped midsole. Adding to the mix Converse's signature all star emblem embossed to the inner heel, waxed laces, brushed stainless eyelets, and side zipper to finish it all off. Both pairs are now available both in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump.


April 8th, 2015

Nepenthes imprint Needles have delivered their latest series of signature Rebuilt silhouettes. Repurposing vintage garments, Needles have rebuilt silhouettes grafting and stitching pockets, sleeves, and plackets into completely unique and individual garments. First off the bat this season is the Shooters Jacket each featuring a slew of camouflage patterning from vintage hunting pieces contrasting panels and camouflage patterns before been finished with a green cord collar. Continuing with the hunting theme we've got their Parka Jackets which again, feature a slew of contrasting camouflage panels recrafted and fitted with upgraded hardware. Their Banded Collar Shirts see a traditional oxford shirt rebuilt, with pockets, and plackets imperfectly rearranged and resewn into these unique shirts. Not forgetting their signature Seven Cut Rebuild Shirts, this season have taken to the classic dress shirt in White and Indigo splicing seven cuts of different shirts, along with their sleeves, and pockets. Lastly Needles give us their Arrow Jacket. Inspired by vintage mechanics coveralls, each Arrow Jacket features a medium weighted twill body with arrow head details stitched into the welted utility pockets in a slight tonal contrasting thread before been finished with dyed corozo nut buttons. This season's range is now available both in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump. 

Posted by uptherestore  |  8 April 2015  |  



April 8th, 2015

This season we're welcoming yet another brand to our shelves with Japanese archival denim and workwear label orSlow. Devoting themselves to maintaining archival silhouettes derived from classic workwear and military uniforms, orSlow recraft each silhouette in Japan to the highest of qualities with extreme attention to detail. Breathing life back into the silhouettes of yesteryear, orSlow present a selection of their Work Shirts, Coverall Jackets, Pants, and Denim. Coming to us in White Chambray, Indigo Chambray, and Bleached Chambray, each of the Work Shirts feature a richly textured cotton chambray body undyed, dyed, and washed before adding triple stitched detailing and twin chest pockets. The 1950's coverall comes to us in a One Wash Indigo crafted from a nappy slubbed Japanese denim each jacket features accenting triple stitched construction a series of rounded utility pockets and vintage brass buttons. Taking inspiration from military uniform, the Army Fatigue Pants come to us in Green and feature a reversed sateen cotton body alongside slanted and patched utility pockets. Lastly with their specialty we've got their 107 Slim Fit Jean with their expertly aged and washed 2 year indigo finish, with each pair expertly distressed revealing a unique wash atop the redline selvedge denim. All of these pieces can now be found in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump.


April 8th, 2015

Japanese sneaker label Losers has not only delivered our first collaboration for the year, but alongside it a series of their Japanese Edo inspired sneakers. The Schooler hits our shelves with a collaborative release with their signature low cut taken to by Japan's Mita Sneakers for the 'Cobalt'. With it sits three Schooler Classics with a traditional White Hi and Lo and Okayama Denim Hi all complete with their 'V' toe box, and red tongue tab. Alongside them sits the Chukker TE 'Baller', a basketball inspired silhouette with a slimmed down canvas, suede, and leather tonal panelling in Kinari White, and Sumi Grey. All of these latest arrivals are now available both in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump.


April 7th, 2015

Mr. Mannequin's back and refreshed after the long weekend ready to take on the week with a slew of selections from Losers, Hancock, Parabellum, Bleu De Paname, and Norse Projects. Kicking it all off this week with a combination of Bleu De Paname's Standard Shirt in Kaki Militaire, pairing this off with Hancock's Article 43 in Navy/Siphonia. Heading down to the lower half of this week's outfit and Mr. Mannequin's opted for a pair of Bleu De Paname's Civille Denim Twill Pant in Indigo paired off with Losers' Baller Chukker TE in Kinari White. Lastly we've got his weekly carry packed into his Norse Projects Aksel Porter Tote in Black, and iPad tucked safely in his Parabellum Micro Pouch in Black. Has he outdone himself this week, continue reading after the jump and see for yourselves.


April 7th, 2015

New Balance have been at it again, delivering their latest with the ML565PKC. Coming to us in a tonal charcoal upper the 565 combines New Balance's classic silhouette with a slew of premium materials and urban/athletic cues whilst maintaing the key elements that come along with the signature 'N'. This latest 565 is comprised of a suede and mesh upper with tonal charcoal tones accented by lighter greys, whites, and a hit of lime in the midsole. Topping it all off with a fused synthetic 'N' to add that reflective hit and a textural embossed finish. The ML565PKC is now available in store exclusively at our 275 Coventry Street South Melbourne store as well as online with all of the finer details after the jump.

Posted by uptherestore  |  7 April 2015  |  



April 2nd, 2015

Easter is on us again and we are taking a few days off to spend with friends and family. Never fear, we love you guys just as much so will be open a few days over the long weekend and we have outlined the specifics below. Don't worry though as our online store is fully stocked and open all weekend so you can get your fix.

Level 1/15 McKillop Street
Friday the 3rd of April - Closed
Saturday the 4th of April - 11am until 5pm
Sunday the 5th of april - Closed
Monday the 6th of April - 11am until 4pm

208 Little Collins Street
Friday the 3rd of April - Closed
Saturday the 4th of April - 11am until 5pm
Sunday the 5th of april - Closed
Monday the 6th of April - 12pm until 4pm

275 Coventry Street
Friday the 3rd of April - Closed
Saturday the 4th of April - 10am until 4pm
Sunday the 5th of april - Closed
Monday the 6th of April - Closed

Posted by uptherestore  |  2 April 2015  |  



April 1st, 2015

We'd like to welcome England's Campbell Cole to the shelves here at the store with their selection of leather goods. Crafted from Italian vegetable tanned leathers their Simple Series of leather goods are constructed in England using a mix of hand stitching and precision machine stitches, along with embossed detailing. All of the Card Holders, Card Wraps and Key Wraps come in both Black and Oak Brown leaving the naturally tanned leathers to age and develop with the rigours of wear and tare. Their latest collection is now available both in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump.


April 1st, 2015

French workwear specialists Bleu De Paname have delivered their latest run of sweats with their Striped Jersey, and Uni Logo crewnecks. Coming to us in Marine, the Striped Jersey Sweat features a heavily contrasted block of indigo and white stripes, set across a lush french woven fleece. The Uni Logo Sweats come to us in Bleu, Noir, and White, and feature Bleu De Paname's signature 'Sickle' emblem screened across the same French woven fleece. All crafted in France, each sweat is finished with Bleu De Paname's signature woven emblems. Available in store and online now, with all of the finer details after the jump.

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