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27 Mar 2010 | By: For-Tomorrow | A/W 2009, Song for the Mute
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Keep an eye out for exclusive previews from the new S/S release in the coming weeks.

Fortunes Fool is based in Bondi, Sydney and is designed by Shay Carthew and Lior Abrahami.

14 Jun 2009 | By: For-Tomorrow | A/W 2009, Mjolk
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Some detailed shots from the upcoming collection titled: ‘Cameras For Eyes and Horses For Hearts’.

22 May 2009 | By: Scott-Patrick Mitchell | A Label By, A/W 2009, Lookbook shots, Mic Eaton Homme
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The first collection by A Label By, formerly Another Boy by Mic Eaton.

New approach, new outlook, this is the first transeasonal collection.

A wise man once said ‘it’s better to be late than to never be’, this transeasonal collection reflects change change in climates between warm to cold the is old to new a new found motivation to motivate the willing ones to be motivated.


One of our staff copped a V&V (Vincent and Vincent) strand collar bomber jacket with strap neck and raglan zip pockets. It’s made from sheep nappa with a vegetable tan and full oil finish.

For those who may not be familiar with Perth label V&V, check out our post back in Feb.

The RRP on this garment is $719 and he is willing to let it go for $500, completely unworn and brand new.

The size is a smallish 48, measurements as follows
Pit-Pit= 20 inches/51cm
Shoulder-Shoulder= 19 inches/48cm

For more info and purchasing, please contact:
Will Salkeld

Channeling a Melbourne look is this latest A/W ’09 collection by Tim from Pigeon Combine.

Shoes by Raf Simons

Model: Ryan @ The Orphans

25 Apr 2009 | By: For-Tomorrow | A/W 2009, Limedrop, Lookbook shots
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Revered for their playful designs, clear lines, and structured pieces this new collection takes you through the deep dark woods and away to safety while staying quintessentially chic.

Inspired by the heroic actions of yesteryear huntsmen rescuing damsels from the ravages of the cold winter woods this is a warm, strong collection of men’s fashion.

Male model: Alex Tarnawsky

TMOD ex Turn Me On Design by Milenja and Georgie is now in its 3rd season.

This collection presents a collaborative with Andy Uprock, an artist who is well known for transforming streetscapes into large floating cup installations.

Combining ‘touch’ with ‘poetry’ this range aims to alchemise and broaden new avenues of communication through the language of braille.

These poetic and interactive tactile forms further support this community with a percentage of sales to be donated to Vision Australia.

Andy Uprock is pictured below.

24 Apr 2009 | By: For-Tomorrow | A/W 2009, George Terrific
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Leather jacket with tails by Melbourne based and produced George Terrific.

Shown as part of the Independent Runway show on Friday 20th March, 2009.

Show as part of Runway 7, presented by Harper’s Bazaar on Thursday 19th, March 2009.

No men were in this runway which was a bit disappointing, the majority of this range will be sold at the Claude Maus shop, considering this, the name ‘for Assin’ is slightly perplexing.

Shown as part of the Independent Runway show on Friday 20th March 2009.

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Video shown as part of Runway 7, presented by Harper’s Bazaar on Thursday 19th March, 2009.

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