ISSUE 155 - MARCH 2016
FASHION JOURNAL MELBOURNE - SYDNEY - BRISBANE - ADELAIDE - PERTH
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08 THE SCOOP Fashion News
28 SHOP STOP Retail Profiles
14 FEATURE The Age of Success
30 GOODS Like a Gentleman
16 MUSIC with LUCIANBLOMKAMP
42 SKY HIGH Editorial
26 FEATURE Break Through
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Linen House Time to get out the winter doona and the flannelette sheets, autumn is here and the nights are getting cooler. Alternatively, you could just head to Linen House and cover your bed in its Winter 2016 collection. Stone-washed cotton, corduroy, shearling trims and velvet cord covers provide a basis for the brand’s cosiest collection yet. The collection embraces darker hues and combines them with vibrant prints and pastel details. It’s like a modernised return to retro, featuring tartans, velours and intricate hand-drawn panelling. linenhouse.com.au
Wrangler Wrangler knows that an adventure is made easier with the perfect pair of jeans. So it makes sense that its Winter ’16 collection is all about travelling in style; exploring lost highways and forgotten forests. Pieces are inspired by ’70s denim washes worn by free spirited rebels – the days when rips were real and jackets were built for tough service. As well as a whole lot of quality denim, the line features a range of cute cropped tees, sweaters and loose knits. Wrangler is also relaunching its website this month, making it that much easier to get wrapped up in Wrangler this winter. wrangler.com.au
TY-LR Man TY-LR has just launched its new menswear line, TY-LR Man. Set to be as tailored and timeless as the women’s range, designer Joshua Davies says it’s a natural progression. Envisioning the two collections as a power couple, TY-LR Man is understated, cool and wearable. Designed for the traveller’s lifestyle, the range offers a workable and wearable wardrobe for any man. Cropped jackets and trousers with volume are key pieces while texture, wool and bold patterns are what we’re keeping an eye out for. ty-lr.com
Timberland Although Australia doesn’t participate in the Super Bowl, there’s no reason we can’t enjoy the perks. Introducing the Timberland Football Shoe, a limited edition leather style that is durable and long lasting. The shoe is made from premium full-grain leather with a football print. There is also a padded collar for a comfortable fit around the ankle. With winter creeping up, now is the time to head to Timberland stores for this limited edition boot. For stockists call 1800 655 154
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Status Anxiety Vans This year, Vans is turning 50. Yep, it’s been half a century since Vans first hit the streets. To kick off celebrations, Vans is paying homage to 1978, dropping 50 variations of the iconic Sk8-Hi style. Designed by skaters for skaters, the revolutionary anklehigh padded collar quickly built a following outside of action sports. To honour its varied fanbase, Vans has teamed up with skaters, musicians, a graphic artist and animator, an international model and a surfer, to showcase the new range. Covering everything from printed florals to snakeskinembossed leather, you’ll be able to find the coveted side stripe in a colourway to suit you. For stockists call 1800 655 154
Anya Brock x Mambo Sometimes you see artwork so eye-catching you wish you were wearing it. Thanks to Mambo’s latest creative partnership with Australian artist, Anya Brock, you can. Anya is renowned for her signature animal portraits and use of colour, bold hues and geometric compositions. These colourful paintings and bright colour schemes have been reimagined onto Mambo Goddess swim and activewear. Getting active has never looked so good. Available now at selected Myer stores nationwide. myer.com.au
Leather lovers of Aus, Status Anxiety has an exciting announcement. The Sydney-based accessories label has long been found in the best independent boutiques across Australia but you’ll soon find the cult fave in major department stores too. Status Anxiety’s men’s and women’s wallets are about to hit the shelves of Myer. You can get your hands on them in stores around the country from mid-March. statusanxiety.com.au
Napoleon Perdis Napoleon Perdis definitely said it best when he declared “not to prime is a crime.” Because it absolutely is a crime, people. Now, he’s backing up his statements with the release of two corrective primers, created to reduce redness and skin imperfections. 'Brighten Up' aims to boost radiance and reduce dull and dry skin while 'Calm and Correct' rids your skin of redness. Rich in Vitamin E and natural moisturisers, and at $39 each, it’s almost a crime to prime without them. napoleonperdis.com
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L-R: Australia, Evening dress c. 1805; Flamingo Park, Wattle dress and hat 1978; Gavin Brown, Indian snakes and ladders outfit 1985; Magg, Evening outfit c. 1974; La Petite, Evening dress c. 1960; Katie Pye, The party 1980; Toni Maticevski, Dali goddess 2007; Bright & Hitchcocks, Day dress 1865–70. © Courtesy the fashion houses, designers and designers’ estates. Photo: Virginia Dowzer and Bronwyn Kidd.
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Converse It’s time to meet the latest members of the Chuck Taylor All Star team. The All Star II Reflective Collection is deserving of its title. Each style is fitted with reflective material, perfect for after dark exploration. If there’s one thing any wardrobe needs, it’s glowing shoes. The collection comes in a slick camo print and complements existing Chuck Taylor styles. At $130 each, they’re made so you can do more of what you want when the sun goes down. Time for your kicks to get noticed. converse.com.au
National Gallery of Victoria The National Gallery of Victoria is bringing to life 200 Years of Australian Fashion as part of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival’s Cultural Program. It will showcase more than 120 works from over 90 designers to celebrate Australia’s mark on the fashion industry. If you’re wondering what fashion looked like 200 years ago, Australia’s earliest known surviving dress will be on display to see for yourself, alongside other stunning designs from the decades. The exhibition will also feature a catwalk by the Fashion Design Council, stunning knitwear (we’re looking at you, Jenny Kee) and a number of Australian-inspired garments. Do more this VAMFF and head over to the NGV for one unmissable exhibition. ngv.vic.gov.au
TSOVET TSOVET is bringing something different to the table. Launched in 2008 in Southern California by David Bonaventura, TSOVET merges old and new school for sleek and functional pieces that don’t break the bank. Drawing cues from vintage industrial gauges and avionics, the watches have a decidedly utilitarian look. It’s pared back with thick leather straps and large faces, making them relevant in today’s minimalist-heavy market. Combining Swiss or Japanese movements, Italian leather and special touches like PVD coating, TSOVET watches are raising the bar. This is the timepiece alternative we’ve been waiting for. someplace.com.au
ASOS ASOS knows there is nothing sweeter than owning a one-off piece, which is why it has introduced the Reclaimed Vintage collection. Let us explain. The ASOS team trawls markets and warehouses to uncover oneoff pieces they can restore and modernise. Each piece is then made available to you as part of a limited edition collection. These are the kind of vintage items you lust after, including pre-loved leather jackets, cut-off Levi’s and ’90s slip dresses. asos.com
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The Age of Success
B Y VE R ON I C A JE N K I N SON If there’s one rule you should live by, it’s don't compare yourself to the people around you. We’re all different, right? But as a 25-year-old finishing a master's, interning at a magazine and working as a barista, I’m at times left wondering if I’m as successful as I should be at this age. Talking to a friend in one of those D&Ms you have when you feel like nothing is going your way, we wondered if we’d done enough with our lives. We’re educated, so that’s a plus, but after that we weren’t sure what else to count. Our sporadic income? Our non-existent house? Our Instagram followers? Is there an age we should be in our dream job or at least have our foot in the door? Or is success just about us being happy and content and loving what we do? (In which case, we’re totally killing it).
Vera Wang, on the other hand, didn’t start designing wedding dresses until after her own wedding at 40 (heaps of time for me). But just like these two are different, so are the times. As well as working hard, there’s the added pressure of a solid education, years of experience and in many industries, that pesky social media presence. It’s not about what you know but who knows you, duh. So I turned to my socials for guidance. Social Media Flicking through Instagram, you can pretty much define success as the following: fancy dinners, flash holidays, designer clothing, a glamorous job with even more glamorous work events, a tight knit squad and 1000 followers to watch it all. All wonderful but kinda shallow, huh?
Feeling a little deflated and at a loss for answers, I looked to the following for guidance:
So at a measly 280 followers and scraping together coin for lunch, I’m left a little disheartened.
Girl Bosses I started searching for successful women to emulate; someone to make me think “ah, that’s what I’m supposed to do.”
My Peers Next I turned to uni friends. At a similar age, with similar qualifications and similar interests, they’d form a decent marker of where I should be, right?
Beyoncé was the obvious choice and also clearly off the cards. I don’t sing. But Mia Freedman and Vera Wang are both in their own versions of a fashion job. They’re also both intelligent and inspiring women.
I have one uni friend who’s in the same position I am: educated and at a loss with life. But she’s also engaged and just got a new job.
Mia was the youngest editor of an Australian women’s magazine at the age of just 24 (younger than I am now).
Then I have this other uni friend. She’s just been hired by a well-known magazine in Sydney. I never knew her career goals were similar to mine,
and for her to already be kicking goals in her career makes me wonder why I’m moving so slow. Google Ah Google, always the reliable one. A quick search of “What should I have achieved by 25?” returned fears and insecurities similar to my own. One girl went so far as to express that view that atop a high-paying job, a house and a serious relationship, she also needed a “moderate level of fame.” A research report told me I should already be engaged by now. This same report also told me I should have had a full time job by 19. Does working in a café for my gap year count? What I really took away from the all-knowing internet was that we were born into a damn competitive generation and that we should try and be happy, healthy and just do you. Plus you should also skydive, read books, buy great clothes and learn how to cook. Easy peasy. Conclusion After comparing, Googling, scrolling and stalking old friends, I’m still at a loss for that ‘age of success’. I’m hoping the timeframe is something we set ourselves, based on how much we want a goal and how hard we work. Not where we rank compared to others. As for what defines success? I guess I'm still working that out. At least I've had work published in a national magazine. Surely that counts as a moderate level of fame?
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Art of Sound After winning FBi Radio’s Northern Lights competition, playing Iceland Airwaves Festival, being nominated for an AIR Award and having his debut release PostNature played on Triple J’s high rotation, LUCIANBLOMKAMP is set to drop his second LP. The multiinstrumentalist and producer from Melbourne is quietly killing it and his latest release is set to further cement his place in the electronic scene. We sat down with Lucian to chat touring, Sophia Grace and staying sober on stage.
First of all, how did you start producing music? Music’s always been a part of my life in some form or another, although the first time I attempted to record my own [music] was during high school. At the time, I could only play violin and somewhat get around a guitar. For me, solely relying on myself as a sound source became extremely limiting, extremely quickly. In the beginning, producing was simply a way for me to increase the range of sounds I could create in my music and things just snowballed from there. How would you describe your sound? As odd as it sounds, I think it’s somewhere inbetween pop and dark ambient music. In some ways, a combination of two complete opposites on the musical spectrum. It’s not an intentional decision, over the years my music has just gradually taken this form. There are a lot of elements to your music, where do you begin when you produce a track? Anywhere. That’s what keeps music so interesting. The initial foundation of a song could be anything, from a tapping sound to a melody, a sample, a rhythm, a progression, even an emotion or state of mind. While a lot of my music follows a somewhat similar form, I’m never fully aware of where a song’s going to go. If I’m lucky it’ll take a turn I wasn’t anticipating. This is what I absolutely love the most about making music.
What’s the best and worst part about being on tour? The best part is eating Hungry Jacks every day. The worst part is eating Hungry Jacks every day. Ever done anything stupid on tour? Losing your passport just as you’re about to enter another country is never fun. I probably wouldn’t recommend it. Solid 2/10. What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever seen backstage? Probably my friend Daniel stacking salami into Alex Cameron’s mouth while he was asleep. Well, I say that, although I was actually on stage at the time. Still, classic story nonetheless. Dark times for Alex Cameron. Do you have any pre-show superstitions or habits? My only rule, before I go on stage, is just to be completely sober. As time has taught me, nothing good tends to come from being drunk on stage. I can wait to have the rider afterwards.
What other artists do you listen to? At the moment I’m completely head over heels for Emptyset. I’ve been on the lookout for music like theirs for years, so I’m essentially in constant paradise. Other than that, some timeless favourites of mine are Shlohmo, OPN, Why?, I’lls and Radiohead. What’s next for LUCIANBLOMKAMP? My new album Bad Faith is set to come out on April 1, which will be followed by a national tour alongside Lower Spectrum. Aside from that, I’m already in the planning process of putting together a new release for later down the track, as well as figuring out another side project. I’m really excited to see what 2016 has in store. Quick fire questions Music is... Self-expression. Fashion is... Self-expression. Melbourne is... Convenience in its purest form. It no doubt lives up to its title of the most liveable city. My favourite person is... My Rosebud ;) My worst habit is... Clicking all my joints 24/7. I’m anticipating some cruel, cruel arthritis any day now. Fave food... Popcorn, hands down. I honestly could eat it for every meal of the day. Fave song to dance to... ‘Best Friends’ by Sophia Grace. This is honestly in no way a joke. In 2026 I’ll be... Here, still making music.
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PHOTOGRAPHER HOLLY ENGELHARDT STYLIST BONNIE KAY Summer is officially over but we’re not feeling too blue. We’re actually pretty stoked to get our winter wardrobes out. We’ve pulled together lovely loafers, boots and brogues to keep your feet dry and warm, all while looking verrrrry good too. From left to right (clockwise) ELK ACCESSORIES Kulor derby in black/white $175 BELMORE Daintree in black $264 R.M. WILLIAMS Adelaide boot $495 GORMAN Quartz trainer white $229 KUWAII Darby platforms $418 KAT MACONIE Stella 2 boot $359.95 from HUGO SHEPPARD & CO.
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There isn’t much to say about our love of denim that hasn’t already been said. We heart pulling on our favourite pair of jeans, a good denim jacket or a comfy pair of overalls. Always on trend and super practical, this is the staple that will forever be number one.
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Better than the Boys
Leave Me Alone is out now through Inertia. hindsband.com
If you like pasta, playing air guitar to The Strokes and sharing secrets with your soul sisters, you might just like Hinds. And if you shower every day and judge a successful gig by whether or not the crowd crawled on stage, the girls from this Spanish four-piece might even ask you to join their band. Haven’t heard of them? You’re about to. Because this May, after jamming their way through sold-out shows in Europe, the UK and the USA, Hinds is jumping on a flight bound Down Under. And according to vocalist and lead guitarist Carlotta Cosials, they’re “excited as fuck” about it. “Australians are very cheerful and very crazy!” Carlotta says, her voice travelling to me via Skype from a hotel room in Birmingham. It’s 8am in the UK, and she’s just woken up. Cradling a cup of coffee, she tells me she’s got seven interviews this morning. I get the impression she’s a pretty popular gal. I ask if she likes doing interviews after rolling out of bed. “It’s not so bad,” she tells me, her voice husky – either with sleep or her native Spanish twang. “I just don’t like it when people ask how Hinds met. It’s so hard to explain because it was through exboyfriends. It’s too complicated and messy to answer first thing in the morning, and I always get asked that,” she laughs.
Tonight, Carlotta and fellow band members (and best friends) Ade Martin, Ana Perrote and Amber Grimbergen are playing another sold out show. An astonishing feat for a band that played live for the first time only two years ago. “You know that thing Facebook is doing at the moment, when it reminds you where you were two years ago?” Carlotta asks. “I got one of those the other day and I was like shit… two years ago I was an actress working in a Karaoke bar. My life is totally different today.” Today, Carlotta is fronting Hinds’ first ever world tour, which coincides with the release of their debut album, Leave Me Alone. Described by the band as a twelvetrack tour of the different faces of love they experienced while writing the record, Leave Me Alone is a jingly journey through heartbreak, happiness and gritty, girly adolescence. Their lo-fi/garage sound is seriously contagious and their songs are anthems you want to break-up and make-up to. But Hinds’ rickety rock 'n' roll and perfect lack of pretension defies everything we know about the traditional girl band. In fact, there isn’t one all-girl band these four Señoritas idolise. “But this means we can create our own code of girl band,” Carlotta says. And with beers in hand and guitars in tow, this is exactly what they’re doing. Opening shows for Mac DeMarco, the Black Lips and fellow Spaniards The Parrots, Hinds are proving girls can do grunge just as well as guys.
Judging by their sold-out schedule and troupe of barrier-breaking fans (their gigs are known to rouse regular stage invasions), Hinds might be doing grunge even better than the boys. Play ‘San Diego’ at high volume and you’ll know exactly what we mean. These girls might be cute but they’re tougher and rougher than they seem. So as we prepare ourselves to jump up and down to their gutsy sing-alongs when they unleash on Australian soil, I ask Carlotta what advice she would give to a girl attending her first rock concert. “Wear a little backpack, and shoes that will protect your feet. I got stood on at so many concerts before learning closed-toe shoes are a must!” She giggles, before disappearing from the Skype screen. She returns with a collection of clothes: skinny black jeans, a pair of beaten sneakers and a vintage band tee. “It’s our uniform,” she explains, “it’s what I wore to my first ever gig, and I still wear it today.” And what advice would she give a girl falling in love for the first time? “Don’t date a musician!” Carlotta almost yells. “They will break your heart for sure.” Catch Hinds in Australia live this May, when they catapult their way into a handful of local music haunts. And be sure to secure your tickets quick. If their Aussie shows are anything like their Northern Hemisphere cameo, they’ll be #soldout pronto. Viva La Hinds.
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Meet the fashion label creating jobs for victims of sex trafficking. Thailand is ranked as one of the worst countries in the world for sex trafficking. Children from poor families are forced into prostitution to help pay the bills, while traffickers lure many others into the industry. Close to 40,000 children under the age of 16 are believed to be in the sex trade, working in clubs, bars and brothels. Emily Wade learnt this at age 12, when her family moved from Australia to Chiang Mai to set up an orphanage. After returning to Australia to complete her HSC and finding a job in fashion, Emily never really felt content where she was. “After five years of working in fashion I finally realised how unsettled I was. Although I felt incredibly torn, I didn’t feel like I could leave the industry, but hated how shallow it could get. I got to a point where I realised I could probably find a way it could help people.”
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That's how Sweet Society Apparel was born. Emily abruptly quit her job with plans to move to Thailand to set up Sweet Society Apparel, a label dedicated to helping victims of sex trafficking. “It was a really hard decision for me, as I worked hard to get the job I had. I remember the day I resigned. I was driving home from work, freaking out in my car thinking “WHAT HAVE I DONE?!” But at the end of the day, this is my dream, and I just had to go for it.” Sweet Society aims to teach women skills like sewing, patternmaking and design, while also creating job opportunities for girls through a clothing line. “A lot of the women that get rescued from sex trafficking end up going back into the industry because they don’t know how to do anything else. A lot of them were sold into it when they were children, so they don’t have other skills,” Emily said. Emily and her small team moved over to Chiang Mai in January, where they are already working with local dressmakers to get the clothing line up and running.
It comes at an important time. A recent report ranked Thailand as Tier 3 in Trafficking in Persons, the worst possible rank. This means the Thai government is failing to comply with the US State's minimum standards for eliminating trafficking. “There would be no sex trafficking if there wasn’t a demand for it,” Emily said. “By teaching the legal and health effects of buying sex and the realities of prostitution, it can reduce demand, making men conscious of how their actions can spur on human trafficking. “Raising young men to be respectful and protective of all women and children is one of the most important things we can do to stop trafficking.” We’re 100 per cent behind her, with the clothing line set to launch next month. Keep your eyes on Sweet Society Apparel for updates. sweetsocietyapparel.com
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Paloma Bleu 176 Bridport Street, Albert Park VIC
Hugo Sheppard and Co. Emporium Melbourne, 105/287 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC
What they do: A Melbourne fave since 2010, Paloma Bleu is an exclusive retailer, bringing international style to the local fashion scene. What you’ll find: A meticulously curated selection of the best international and local fashion, handmade jewellery, shoes and accessories. Think pieces from Ellery, Être Cécile, Karen Walker, Bassike, C/MEO COLLECTIVE, Zoe Karssen and more. What you’ll love: Founder Laura Williamson is committed to discovering new labels, meaning Paloma Bleu always has something fresh on offer. palomableu.com.au
What they do: Hugo Sheppard and Co. specialise in quality footwear. They stock a wide variety of quality shoe brands and provide a personally tailored fitting service, so you can find the perfect pair. What you’ll find: A huge range of fancy and luxurious kicks from all over the globe. Think Spain, Italy, Germany, the UK and Australia. Brands include Dept. of Finery, Zoe Kratzmann, Hunter Boots and Beau Coops. What you’ll love: Hugo Sheppard and Co. are the exclusive Australian stockists of British label, Kat Maconie. hugosheppard.com.au
Tanner + Teague
VIC, NSW and SA
287 Smith Street, Fitzroy VIC
What they do: ECO D. is a womenswear retailer specialising in high end designs at an accessible price point. The store delivers a range of local and international favourites covering apparel, accessories and jewellery. What you’ll find: Luxe pieces from Life with Bird, Jac + Jack, American Vintage and Viktoria & Woods, plus a huge range of J Brand jeans and much more. What you’ll love: They’ve got 13 stores across Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia, meaning you don’t have to travel far to find one near you. And for everyone else, you can shop their carefully curated selection online. shop.ecod.com.au
What they do: Tanner+Teague are a husband and wife duo who locally design and produce beautiful garments. What you’ll find: A collection of innovative men’s, women’s and children’s pieces with a focus on clever construction and subtle colours. The design conscious store also stocks fragrances, leather and accessories. What you’ll love: Between them, Tanner+Teague have worked with names like Vivienne Westwood, Scanlan Theodore and Willow. This knowledge has been directly translated into the label’s wearable pieces, making it pretty darn easy to support local fashion. www.tannerandteague.com.au
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The Great Southern Denim Co. 297 Enmore Road, Marrickville NSW
What they do: The Great Southern Denim Co. have made it their mission to bring a wide offering of quality denim to the men of Sydney. What you’ll find: A range of jeans and other pieces that are produced with integrity, by small name brands who are who are owner-operated, such as Rogue Territory, Railcar Fine Goods and WH Ranch Dungarees. What you’ll love: The old-world shop will transport you to another time and place. In among the rustic fittings and denim racks, you’ll also find a selection of hardy accessories and bags. greatsoutherndenimco.com
Napoleon Perdis Australia-wide
What they do: Napoleon Perdis is an Australian luxury makeup retailer. Founded by the man himself, Napoleon Perdis is known for its range of innovative beauty products, professional makeup tools and its makeup academy. What you’ll find: Every beauty product and tool you could ever need, as well as a whole range of makeup services, from full glam sessions to lash applications and complexion matching. What you’ll love: You can book exclusive makeup lessons, with professional help to perfect your makeup routine and continue to master it at home. napoleonperdis.com/aus
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Like a Gentleman It takes more than a slick wardrobe to keep yourself looking sharp. From beard oils to cardholders to socks, we've focused on the finer details.
Proof Eyewear Part of being a gentleman is taking care. Proof is a handmade sustainable wooden sunglasses brand, creating quality eyewear without negatively impacting the environment. Only the finest hardwoods are sourced for their frames including bamboo, ebony and lace wood. As you would imagine, due to the handmade process, no two pairs are the same. All lenses are polycarbonate and 100 per cent UVA and UVB protected. Like a true gentleman, the brand cares about more than just itself. Proof has been involved in multiple charitable opportunities, including the funding of eye repair surgeries. This is eyewear but better. iwantproof.com.au
Étiquette Men can sometimes be forgotten when it comes to jewellery, which is where Étiquette comes in. Hand-crafted in South Africa, Étiquette’s pieces have a distinct Scandinavian influence. This results in a simple aesthetic for the label’s all-silver rings. You won’t find any shiny silver here though, with Étiquette favouring a textured, matte finish to complement their bold shapes and clean lines. Each ring has a personality too, with individual quotes accompanying each ring’s design. Think lines such as ‘a cultured man always polishes his shoes’ and ‘t-shirts are for kids’, always reminding you to be your best, gentlemanly self. etiquettesilver.com
Men's Biz Whether you’re dropping by The Strand Arcade for a trim, or shopping for one of their many gentlemanly brands, Men’s Biz have got the expertise and goods to keep you looking sharp. One of Sydney’s best barber shops, they offer traditional hot towel shaves, haircuts, beard and moustache trims. Their stores also offer a curated selection of over 2000 men’s grooming products from around the world, ranging from affordable to luxury. And with a strong belief in sustainability, all packaging is 100 per cent recyclable and biodegradable. mensbiz.com.au
Kingswood is a premium brand specialising in men’s grooming. It understands that facial hair needs TLC and should be treated with the greatest care possible. The product offering includes a range of moustache waxes, beard oils and balms, all of which are crafted with 100 per cent natural and organic ingredients. Aside from keeping your facial hair on point, the products also come with a range of benefits including reduced itching and ‘beardruff.’ You have been warned – use of these rich, rugged and smoky blends may become enjoyably addictive. kingswoodbrand.com
Bellroy are on a quest to change the way you carry your items. They create slimline wallets, giving you more room in your pockets and a more practical way to hold your coin. Using the highest quality dressed, naked and all-weather leathers for strength and durability, Bellroy’s essentials will change the way you carry your cards. No, seriously. Their wallets eliminate air between your cards, virtually halving your wallet size. They also include pull tabs, so you can easily access those cards in hard to reach places. Trust us on this one, they’re almost too good to be true. bellroy.com
The Daily Edited
Listen up, lads. We think nothing looks nicer than pairing an outfit with some outrageously patterned socks. Sirsock agree with this sentiment, creating dapper socks for the polished sir. Established by two stylish gentlemen, Sirsock creates premium combed-cotton socks, with just a hint of nylon and spandex for flexibility. They’ve also got hand-stitched features to add a little dapper detail. There’s a sock to suit every soul, with a carefully curated collection of striped, spotted, block and patterned styles filling the online store. What’s more? Sirsock gives you free postage, so you can shop to your heart’s content. sirsock.com
By now you know The Daily Edited. Creating monogrammed leather goods, the label is instantly recognisable by its clean, minimal designs and luxe foil lettering. But bet you didn’t know about their men’s line. With a selection of cardholders and wallets in black, navy and a deeper shade of midnight, TDE’s men’s goods are perfect for the suit pocket. There’s also a compendium and pouch on offer, both of which are slick. Each product is made from beautiful leather and is produced in limited runs. It’s like these were made just for you. thedailyedited.com
The Mister Brand
Bared believe you should live every step. Founder and podiatrist, Anna Baird, wanted to fill the gap in the market that called for desirable shoes that are actually good for your feet. All Bared shoes come with a biomechanical footbed and multiple fitting options to cater for wide or narrow feet. Pair this thoughtful design with a top selection of sleek leather uppers and dapper styles, and you’re onto a winner. They also go up to a size 48. Throw out those Hush Puppies, the dream is real. bared.com.au
Gents, it’s time to start taking care of your face. The Mister Brand is here to help. Their products are gentle on the skin and easy on the earth. Sourcing top-quality ingredients allows The Mister Brand to create vintage-style products for the modern man, no matter the size of your beard. And if you like to kick it slick, they also stock tools for the perfect shave. From barber razors to beard balms, there is something for every man. The Mister Brand is bringing back craftsmanship when it comes to grooming. themisterbrand.com
Stock Watches There’s a beautiful simplicity in the design of Stock Watches that would suit the wrist of any man. With clean contours and simple composition, each watch creates a confident presence on the wrist. Faces are available in white, silver and black, with black or brown leather bands keeping it simple. It’s a careful balance of material and form. There’s also the Stock app, which taps the camera on your mobile so you can virtually try on each timepiece. It’s all part of Stock’s design intention to be influenced by the past but to captivate the future. stockwatches.com.au
If you’re one of those men who likes to keep yourself smelling fresh, we’ve got something to share. label.m has launched its first men’s fragrance. Inside the clear glass bottle, you’ll find aromas of bergamot, citrus and cardamom, combined with wood and musk.The best part of this cool man’s cologne though? It’s not only for your body but for your hair too. Its active ingredients work together to ensure you smell great, but also nourish your hair and freshen up your skin. If you’re looking for a cologne that says ‘old school class meets urban style’, then this is the one for you. labelm.com/au
It doesn’t matter how flash your swim shorts are if you pull out a crusty old towel. This is where Turkish Murkish comes in. These handloomed towels are perfect for the beach or the bath. Not only are they snug and soft, they’re absorbent and quick-drying. The lightweight design makes them perfect and practical for a day in the water – you’ll be dry in no time and so will your towel. With a huge range of colours, patterns, shapes and fabrics available (think cotton, silk, bamboo and linen), you can be sure Turkish Murkish will change up your towel game. turkishmurkish.com
Yo u n g H e a r t
PHOTOGRAPHER SOPHIA KAHLENBERG STYLIST CARLOS MANGUBAT @ UNSIGNED MANGEMENT PHOTOGRAHER’S ASSISTANT ALEIRA MOON STYLIST’S ASSISTANT BRETT BOWEN GROOMING MARIA GULLACE MODEL ADAM MUNNINGS @ MSA MODELS NYC
STYLIST’S OWN EARRINGS (WORN THROUGHOUT) TY-LR MAN ST IVES SLIM FIT SHIRT $149 LACOSTE COURS TOUJOURS SWEAT $249 LACOSTE CATAMARAN TROUSER $259 LACOSTE CATAMARAN JACKET $649
ASOS BLEACH TEE $45 JASON TRAN PANTS POA VANS SK8 REISSUE $179.95
DIESEL K-HAPPIE PULLOVER $230
ASON TRAN TOP POA JASON TRAN OVERLAY POA JASON TRAN JACKET POA KIAYA DANIELS WRAP SHORTS POA VANS SK8 REISSUE $179.95 DKNY BACKPACK $44.95 FROM BEACON’S CLOSET NYC
LACOSTE STRIPE SHIRT $179 KIAYA DANIELS SINGLET POA TY-LR MAN BERWICK PANT $249 JASON TRAN BLAZER POA
TY-LR MAN ST IVES SLIM FIT SHIRT $149 LACOSTE COURS TOUJOURS SWEAT $249 LACOSTE CATAMARAN TROUSER $259
JASON TRAN JACKET POA CRAIG GREEN LAYERED WIDE-LEG CROPPED TROUSER $711 FROM MATCHESFASHION.COM CONVERSE CHUCK TAYLOR ALL STAR HIGH TOP $120
RAEY GAUZE-KNIT WOOL POLO $455 FROM MATCHESFASHION.COM JACINTA JAMES SILENCE IS STILLNESS TOP $595 JACINTA JAMES SILENCE IS STILLNESS PANT $1450 DR MARTENS 1461 TEMPERLEY $169
ALEXANDRA PETERS LEISURE DENIM JACKET POA ALEXANDRA PETERS LEISURE JEAN POA BOX FRESH GREY SNEAKER $179.95
NATIVE YOUTH WHITE BOMBER $139.95 C/MEO COLLECTIVE DRESS $249.95 ADIDAS TEE POA WILD HORSES BELT POA
SYLVESTER SHIRT WITH CHECK $219 ADIDAS TRACKSUIT TOP $160 SUPREME LONGSLEEVE TOP POA TOPSHOP EARRINGS (MODEL’S OWN)
SKY HIGH Photographer Jason Henley Stylist Jana Bartolo @ Network Agency Stylist’s assistant Kendall Stead Hair Taylor Redman using R+Co Make-up Cat Smith @ Union Management using MAC Talent Emily @ IMG Models
COS SHIRT $135
TY-LR SHIRT $220
COS WIDE LEG TROUSERS $115
COS JACKET $99
IRO BOMBER $1049
ELLA MAXIMILLION NECKLACE $320
SARAH & SEBASTIAN STONE BUBBLE EARRINGS $240
SARAH & SEBASTIAN STONE BUBBLE EARRINGS $240
ADIDAS TRACKSUIT PANT $110 NATIVE YOUTH BOMBER $139.95 ADIDAS SNEAKER $250 ELLA MAXIMILLION CHOKER $60 THIRD FORM DRESS $269 TOPSHOP EARRINGS (MODEL’S OWN)
STUSSY BOMBER $129.95 DANIEL AVAKIAN GOWN $995 TY-LR TEE $129 TOPSHOP EARRINGS (MODEL’S OWN)
GARY BIGENI SHORT SLEEVE SHIRT $330 DANIEL AVAKIAN TURTLENECK $200 SARAH & SEBASTIAN STONE BUBBLE EARRINGS $240
ADIDAS DRESS $90 NATIVE YOUTH SHORTS $105 DYNASTI CHOKER $69 TOPSHOP EARRINGS (MODEL’S OWN) NIKE SNEAKERS $189.95
FJ D ESI G N ER PRO FILES
01 Earnest Nomad
Australian leather label Earnest Nomad is making us wish winter was coming a little sooner. Producing a range of jackets, totes, clutches and more, the label is the perfect combination of raw and refined. The brand’s Winter 16/17 collection details this signature aesthetic against a beach backdrop. Polished, but with just the right amount of grit, the new line features the brand’s staple soft leather while also introducing silky suedes in grey and camel. The extended palette is the perfect seasonal addition to your autumn closet, but let’s be honest, we didn’t really need an excuse to buy anyway. earnestnomad.com
02 Alohas Sandals
Alohas Sandals have us gripping onto summer even tighter after releasing a new collection of espadrilles – in sustainable style, of course. The espadrilles not only ooze casual chic, these bad boys have a recyclable rubber sole meaning they are equally sustainable and equipped for our fashion-forward feet. Incorporating a little piece of Barcelona, Spain and Hawaii in their designs, Alohas deliver an array of colours in beautiful suede and leather styles. So for our sustainable sole sisters, you can now have peace of mind and an extra strut in your stride. BRB, going to the beach. alohassandals.com.au
03 Suki McMaster
Suki McMaster is a Sydney-based designer making quirky and colourful fabrics, homewares and stationery. Intent on not following the crowd, Suki espouses individualism and positivity, which is evident in her designs. After studying accounting, Suki turned her back on the numbers game and morphed a long-held love of design into her eponymous brand. All Suki’s designs are hand-drawn and inspired by the world around her. Everything is produced with a positivity in mind, ensuring these bright and quirky pieces bring a sense of joy and individuality to each home. sukimcmaster.com
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04 The Dress Collective
We’re pretty stoked to see our readers moving toward sustainable shopping practices. And The Dress Collective is here to make it even easier. It’s the only e-boutique which sells 100 per cent Australian-made fashion labels and accessories, with each committed to the slow fashion movement. It’s pretty important, because Australians are sending over $500 million in clothing to the tip annually. The online store also provides information on each brand’s garment life cycle, from where it was designed to how is was made. Labels you’ll find include Leigh Duffy, Cameron & James, The Prodigal Daughter, Harriet Doran and more. Doing the right thing is simple. thedresscollective.com
In with the old, in with the new. This describes the design ethos of SZN, an Australian label crafting intelligent, considered pieces with beautifully minimal silhouettes. There’s a strong focus on the concept of fashion as art, provoking the wearer’s non-conforming spirit. Moving on from the upcycled denim of her previous range, SZN’s upcoming collection 150 is scheduled to drop soon, with a focus on simplicity and zero-waste patternmaking. It will also feature a collaboration with photographer Eryca Green. Producing soulful clothing, there’s attention to craftsmanship in every piece. szn.com.au
06Lila and Lola
If you’re feeling your home décor is a little dull, we know some artists who can dress up your space with a pretty picture or two. Lila and Lola is a mother daughter duo, designing contemporary art with an earthy twist. They create printable wall art with every decorator in mind, so all their pieces have the ability to be mixed and matched. There are over 100 different designs available, which you can print at home or order in the post. The hardest part will be choosing which one you like the most. etsy.com/shop/lilandlola
HAIR & BEAUTY
The Beauty Edit
PHOTOGRAPHER KAY SUKUMAR STYLIST HUNTER BLUE HAIR AND MAKE-UP TRACY TERASHIMA MODEL CASSANDRA @ IMG MODELS View the full shoot at fashionjournal.com.au/shoots
HAIR & BEAUTY
Makeover your makeup bag When it comes to makeup, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut and stick to the same colours year in, year out. Time to shake up your makeup routine. It doesn’t take a whole heap of new product to keep you looking fresh. These babies will give you a more modern, youthful and flattering look, without having to splash all your cash.
Colour You heard it here first, electric blue is the colour of the moment. Blue eye makeup gives you a fresh, edge (expect to see it on all of this year’s runways). The easiest way to incorporate the trend is with a loose eye shadow, as it can be used as a shadow or an eyeliner. For a hint of colour, simply tap the brush on your eyelid (over your eyeliner) using a small domed brush. We recommend Napoleon Perdis Loose Eye Dust in Electric Blue $35.
Skin Skin is in. Forget matte, we want dewy and fresh skin that looks lit from within. Unfortunately not everyone is born with A-list flawless skin (or has a glam squad on hand) but there is a way to cheat the glow. Try a golden luminous cream. Apply to the high points of the face: the cheekbones, down the bridge of the nose and to the Cupid’s bow. We recommend Napoleon Perdis Light Switch Luminizer Palette $70.
Brows Ditch the tweezers, once again, this year is all about full, textured, natural looking brows. Think babes like Gigi Hadid and Suki Waterhouse. Fuller brows frame the face and give you that youthful edge. Achieve the look by applying product from the outer tip, working your way towards the start of brow. Apply in short strokes, to mimic the look of natural hair. A little known secret about brow palettes. They double as eyeshadows, eyeliners and contouring shades. So don’t be afraid to think outside the square. We recommend Napoleon Perdis Couture Brow Kit $49.
Backstage beauty at Kookai AW16 Runway Last month we snuck backstage at the Kookai AW16 runway for some beauty tips and what we found was full ’70s glam. Lashes were big, brows were bold and eyes seriously popped. It was thanks to a rich matte chestnut shadow (pulled straight from the Napoleon Perdis Couture Brow Kit) teamed with muted copper highlights and lashings of Napoleon’s famous Mesmer-Eyes Mascara. For gloriously long lashes, the team applied the mascara generously to upper and lower lashes before working on the rest of the eye. A final lashing afterwards really made the eyes pop. In signature Kookai form, skin was kept youthful, bright and fresh. For that warm Kookai glow, the team applied Napoleon Perdis Dreamy Duchess Blush Cream to the cheekbones, temples and lips. The Light Switch Luminizer Palette in Pink Ice was then stippled to the high points of the face to complete the natural glow. napoleonperdis.com kookai.com.au
Look & Listen
with GIULIA BRUGLIERA AND LUKE FORESTER
SOME WANT QUIETLY
Catherine Ingram and Andrew Rae
There’s a few things you should know about Some Want Quietly straight up. One: only 100 copies have been made. Two: it’s beautifully shot on 35mm film. Three: it features a penis. An accompaniment to an exhibition of the same name, Some Want Quietly is the work of Melbourne artist, Drew Pettifer. It features 34 excruciatingly intimate images of young Japanese men in various states of vulnerability. Hence the penis. Its aim is to explore codes of masculinity and gender that exist in contemporary Japanese society. In some ways this is obvious: one image shows two men arm wrestling in their jocks (ugh, boys), while other images are more subtle. The product of two months, 800 frames and long-formed relationships, Some Want Quietly is a considered, provocative and beautiful work.
I cannot explain to you my joy when this came across my desk. It was that level of excitement that makes you wee just a tiny lil’ bit and not tell anyone. It was that heady mix of childhood nostalgia and cultural relevancy. It was Where’s Warhol? Probably needing no explanation, Where’s Warhol? is a Warhol-oriented version of Where’s Wally. It’s got everything: the highly frequented Studio 54, overscaled Campbell’s tomato soup cans and every celeb from Grace Jones to Alfred Hitchcock. Admittedly, the illustrations are a little overscaled themselves: Where’s Warhol? requires nowhere near the technical finesse the traditional childhood version calls for. But whatever, you were never going to hunt for hours with a pencil to circle him anyway.
On paper Maestra looks pretty good. Sex, money, murder. It hits the trifecta. And listed under the genre of 'thriller' it had all the markings of my next favourite book. Except it wasn't. Despite its opulence and astute cultural and artistic knowledge, it felt tacky. Kind of like a bad horror movie. Instead of building an intensifying suspense, the requisite 'pause for dramatic effect' was overlooked. All the 'aha!' moments that make thrillers so juicy had to be painfully spelled out. Also (spoiler alert) literally everyone dies. That's not to say I didn't like Maestra, however. I read it all in one hit on a Saturday afternoon. But don't go expecting an intelligent, twisted, psychological thriller. You're better heading in raring for a trashy beach read that, yes, does hit the trifecta.
ALBUM REVIEWS VROOM VROOM
THE LIFE OF PABLO
Vroom Vroom is potentially the most bonkers pop release of the year. Collecting four SOPHIE produced tracks, Charli XCX's latest EP is equal parts dark, noisy and sugar coated pop. Despite its short running time, there are so many insanely perfect moments here: the Road Runner-esque "beep beep" in the chorus of the title track; the Hannah Diamond feature on 'Paradise' that finally makes her sound vaguely human; the Pulp Fiction sample on 'Trophy'. I could just keep going. But at this point, almost everyone I know is sick of me talking about PC Music. So just trust me, download this and make sure you've got good headphones too. Then eat an entire bag of lollies and dance around with me, this is the future of pop music.
What can you say about Kanye that hasn't already been said? You could fill 150 words just talking about his tweets over the last 24 hours! It's become almost impossible to review Kanye's work without discussing the man himself. The Life of Pablo is the epitome of a spectacle release: the multiple (!!!) title changes, the overblown press statements and of course, the inevitable surprise release. But the biggest surprise is how average the album sounds. Coming off Yeezus, Kanye's latest sounds practically pedestrian in comparison. There are some moments of brilliance scattered throughout the record; 'Feedback' and 'Wolves' in particular stand out with their dark and minimal production. Ultimately, the music here has been overshadowed by Kanye himself. Much like his twitter account, the album is just a bit of a mess.
Sometimes I'm not sure if Santigold knows what type of album she wants to make. Even her debut release swerved wildly from genre to genre and production styles. 99c is no different and it's starting to seem like inconsistency is the only consistent thing about Santi. The record is Santi's most upbeat offering yet, trading the darkness of 2012's Master of my Make-Believe for bouncy synth-pop and reggae-tinted riffs. That said, the slower moments tend to stand out the most. The Nick Zinner assisted 'Run the Races' saves the second half of the album with its emotive chorus. Much like the vacuum sealed album cover, overall, 99c ends up feeling a little like the life has been sucked out of the record. It's still an album worth more than the tongue in cheek album title, but it could've used a little more soul.
Out & About St Jerome's Laneway Festival A bright and hot Saturday saw Laneway Festival take to Melbourne for its second-last leg. The festival boasted an insane line-up, featuring Chvrches, Grimes, Purity Ring, Shamir, Flume and waaaaay more. And with SOPHIE (PC Music’s finest on the bill), it’s no wonder the crowd got a little rowdy. Aside from listening to some insanely good tunes, punters spent the day with icy poles in hand, laying in the grass and competing for those elusive pockets of shade with good views of the stages. PHOTOS JUSTIN MCLEAN FO R A EV O E
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