We talked about great shopping, but still saving some money this season and we keep on bringing the good news for all of you shopping kings and queens. In the last two articles we have presented awesome Australian brands that will leave you satisfied, but not broke. Still, we have to admit we focused on ladies fashion. That is why, this time we are presenting you little bit of good genuine male apparel that might light up your closet this spring.
Basic, modern and chic ready-to-wear clothing for men – this is how we could describe this Aussie brand founded by designer Nat Taubman. The idea behind this line is to produce clean, neat and minimal streetwear. Taubman explores modern menswear creating wearable and masculine pieces from jogger pants, streetwear and basic sweaters to luxury and more stylish clothes. Designer uses soft fabrics for his jerseys and offers very lightweight collection of knitwear. So, whoever prefers something like this, Lapse just might be the great final choice.
Fine detailing and motto less is more is the main driving force of this label. If you share their vision, join the club and enjoy the shopping!
Another brand you will love if you prefer good streetwear. What is interesting about them is the fact the items are made for both men and women and they reflect simple yet modern unisex apparel. According to it’s consumers, Cocurata is positioned at the high-end of streetwear and it represents a mixture of an art project and a conventional fashion lable. This is what they say about themselves: the unisex label’s objective is to produce apparel that could sit equally well in a gallery setting or a retail boutique. Pretty cool, isn’t it?
Three Over One
For all of you unique vintage fashion lovers, this is the brand you will not be skipping in the future after your first shopping in their store. A bit tousled but top quality old fashioned style is what they nurture. Jim Thompson founded the brand in 2008. and the Three Over One name is a reference to the three weft threads passed over by the warp yarn during the weaving process of loom-spun denim. We bet you have never heard of such thing before. Label works closely alongside local Australian manufacturers to create old-world collections. What makes their vintage apparel a bit different is the fact they always go step further to make it perfect and give a final touch to each item. Japanese jacquard, reverse twills, corozo buttons and cotton loop back fabrics is just part of the assortment that makes this brand stand out so much. Check out for yourselves.