The guys at Mavericks Laces believe that if shoes maketh the man, then the laces definitely maketh the shoe. No longer is the humble shoelace merely a necessity – it can now be a major accessory, writes Brittany Stewart.
With an Australian office based out of Melbourne and a close-knit reach of ten staff, the D’URBAN ethos lies in making men look their best with a tailored approach to customer service and quality garments.
O’shirt, an awareness and fundraising platform for great causes, are launching their first “Pay What It’s Worth” campaign. The proceeds will be going towards a charity that is near and dear to O’Shirt co-founder, Ryan Williams' heart; the Botswana Orphan Project.
Melbourne based Skin and Threads will be opening the doors to the labelʼs third store this Friday, making it the ideal shopping destination at Chadstone for luxury basics, footwear, denim and knitwear.
The Hobes brand has become renowned throughout Australia for simple footwear basics, delivering everyday essentials with longevity. Manufactured in Australia, Hobes are beautifully handmade, unisex shoes with timeless appeal.
mechoshop.com is a new Australian marketplace designed to give savvy shoppers an easy and secure onestop-shop to purchase handpicked products from independent brands online. Founded by Yen Huynh, mechoshop.com aims to support local businesses and Australian designers.
A brand that requires little introduction, Iggy & Lou Lou are launching their new range of revived porcelain jewellery and collectibles to have and to hold, until death do you part, writes Aneeka Simonis.
Remember Reef? I don’t think there was an Australian summer in my childhood that didn’t include their comfy sandals. Since 1984 Reef’s purpose has been to create innovative, comfortable products that embrace a soulful culture. And now, the exotic beach brand from Torquay in Victoria, is back.
Concept label Bay & Fyfe launches second scarf collection in collaboration with artist Daimon Downey, from Sneaky Sound System fame. 'Off The Mantel', their second uni-sex collection, features distinctive prints made from finely woven wool, writes Sandi Sieger.
Emily Power, working with the team at Slattery Media, has published two books in recent weeks, both in the fashion space. Ideal as a gift or something special for yourself, the two books are very Melbourne - Fashion & Flemington and The Fashionista's Guide to Shopping in Melbourne. Sarah Kempson reviews them both.
Average Cat Clothing is an up and coming male street wear label from Adelaide, that draws on hip hop, graffiti culture, and mockery; what’s not to love, asks Victoria Nicolitsi.
DAMAR wants to give Melbourne men the chance to be a little more daring - and their new fashion line, entirely designed and made in Melbourne, Australia - is doing just that. Bianca Villarosa attended their first runway collection, 'Style is Born'.