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In anticipation of the 2013 instalment of ENTER. at Space Ibiza, Richie Hawtin presents ‘Chrøniclesøfnever for Minus’, a limited capsule collection of deluxe featherweight cotton tshirts in conjunction with Australian atelier Chrønicles øf Never. Conceived by Hawtin and Chrøniclesøfnever’s Peter Jones specifically for ENTER., the capsule is designed in Australia and made in Europe from Italian ‘molto delicato’ cotton featuring subtle internal and acid discharge prints. It will be available online through the Minus website and through select outlets.

Launched in an abandon warehouse in Marrickville on Thursday 29th November 2012.

A new venture of Perth based writer and curator, Sarah Scaife.

HOMME is a unique online fashion and lifestyle publication with an identifiable blog format, with each monthly issue released in segments, regularly feeding the readers’ interest.

This first issue is an eponymous one, exploring the underlying foundation of HOMME itself: androgyny in the female wardrobe. The issue maps the various ways menswear strengthens womenswear and their collective progression over the years.

20 Aug 2012 | By: For-Tomorrow | For-Tomorrow Media
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Last night saw the opening of LMFF presented by David Jones, as seen below. Further For-Tomorrow imagery will continue as the event progresses, this includes designers Song for the Mute, Josh Goot, Dion Lee, Ksubi and more.

4 Mar 2012 | By: For-Tomorrow | For-Tomorrow Media
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Designers showing thus far: Ksubi, Camilla, Zimmermann, Lisa Ho, Toni Maticevski, Aurelio Costarella, Jayson Brunsdon, Ellery, Romance Was Born, Carl Kapp, Gary Bigeni, Bec and Bridge, Michael Lo Sordo, Kirrily Johnston, We are Handsome, Aje, Elliot Ward Fear, Roopa Pemmaraju, Flowers for a Vagabond, Suboo and An Ode to No One.

Dates: 30th April – 4th May 2012

Created out of distaste for the classic aesthetic, refusing to capitalise on ‘heritage’ branding. Instead, Mr. Carter have sidestepped tradition in favour of something far more accessible mashing elements of luxury and the street.

Mr. Carter is inspired by the young misfit; a hyper-smart consumer who approaches daily adventure and antics with a streetwise sensibility.

The diverse product line allows the wearer to curate their own personal styling with a mix of high and low, formal and casual pieces.

Additionally, Mr. Carter was recently awarded a runner-up position in SOYA: Qantas Spirit of Youth Awards.

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