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29 Nov 2011 | By: For-Tomorrow | For-Tomorrow Media
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Sydney Morning Herald (10/11/2011)

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A number of images for upcoming collections Josh Goot (Sydney), Fernando Frisoni (Sydney), Andrew McDonald Handmade Shoes (Sydney), Sruli Recht (Iceland/Reykjavik), Silent Damir Doma (Paris), Chronicles of Never (Sydney), Young Hunting Jewellery (Melbourne) have been posted to FaceBook – ‘Like Us’ today.

This video was filmed and edited by For-Tomorrow at the first multi-season Australian fashion Trade Event. The video includes For-Tomorow labels such as Andrew McDonald, which was being represented by For-Tomorrow at the event.

For-Tomorrow also created The Wearers Right website and the official video for the event.

Note: View this video in HD.

For-Tomorrow spent half a day with up-and-coming menswear designer Zam Barrett in his new studio in Brooklyn.

The inner workings of a craftsman whom uses his hands to create every garment in house truly encompass the definition. Using self sourced machines and rare fabrications, a team of workers under his guidance in his new Brooklyn studio creates pieces holding details that are unique to each garment and the high-quality you’d find from any of the worlds top labels.

Barrett, still a young designer, whom now calls New York home, moved from poverty stricken Jamaica to thrive in the big city, working his way up from an Army/Military Tailor to a fashion Entrepreneur under his self titled label.

We wish Zam all the best with what the future holds.

We caught up with Andy from Henson Jewellery during his busy schedule in his New York apartment in the Bowery area as he travels on a world wide sales trip.

Andrew McDonald is now signed with Showroom Romeo, the same sales agency as Song for the Mute, Claude Maus and For-Tomorrows newly distributed Sruli Recht.

Chronicles of Never are now offering a fully bespoke leather service whereby one can choose from 11 different jackets or “skins” and chose his or her own sizing / leather combination. The jacket is then made in house with a 3-4 week turn around time.

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