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Since carrying Song for the Mute from season one, we’ve seen each collection gain in strength and with consistent improvement this collection is by far the best yet. For-Tomorrow will once again travel to Paris to see what their Winter 2013 has to offer in 2 weeks time. However for now we’re launching the S/S Northern Hemisphere collection in January 2012, get in early to secure your favourite pieces before they sell through, please email: info@f-t.com.au




This image set also includes the first peak at Song for the Mute x Henson Jewellery.

Song for the Mute will be presenting in Paris as part of Mens Fashion Week this week starting from June 22nd through till 2nd July. For-Tomorrow will provide further in depth coverage as the week progresses.

Invited to represent Australia at the very first Singapore Mens Fashion Week, Song for the Mute have had to double up their Runway Shows in almost as many weeks coming off the back of L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival. The venue for the event was held in the world class Marina Bay Sands hotel and Song for the Mute were given the opportunity to close the event as the finale show. We hope this catapults Song for the Mute into the burgeoning Asian market.

This full range is currently available to shop now.
Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images

Award Winner of the L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival Designer Award, Presented by Woolmark, Sponsored by Vogue.
This exclusive full collection is available to Shop Now.

2011 LMFF Designer Award Winning Show
For purchasing information for this Autumn/Winter 2011 season, please contact: info@f-t.com.au

For-Tomorrow imagery shot in collaboration with Samuel Willett



Cinematography by Marcel Gunawan.
Music by Bricks of Berlin – Song for the Mute (part II) Remix

Enquiries: info@f-t.com.au

Song for the Mute have come a long way since their inception only one year ago, the label by Melvin Tanaya and Lyna Ty (pictured below) has gone from strength to strength. Firstly, securing Polish model Pawel Bednarek for their Autumn/Winter ’11 campaign and lookbook, Bednarek has graced editorials by Dazed and Confused. They were then announced as L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival Designer Award finalists chosen by Vogue Australia’s editor-in-chief Kirstie Clements, Myer, David Jones and last year’s winner Dion Lee. Following this Parisian Showroom Romeo will now represent the label within the European market starting with Paris Menswear Fashion Week in January.

The collection below titled ‘Milieu’ is roughly based around Lyna’s late grandmother whom supported and encouraged her to pursue her passion in designing. ‘Milieu’ which means the ‘middle’ or the ‘core’ is Lyna’s attempt to communicate her voice and feelings, how she feels, her mood and what she is experiencing and/or has experienced. This all adds significantly to the development of their concepts. To be able to portray these emotions through the form of clothing requires Lyna to develop new shapes, styles and new ways of making garments. Keeping this concept in mind, this season is more about the process of merging construction and new shapes to heighten the natural qualities of the fabric within the collection.

With the second winter range showing in Paris in January, ‘Milieu’ will be expanding out to 75-85 pieces of which For-Tomorrow will be present during the collection showing in Paris, further images of the Northern Hemisphere + Showroom are to be expected on the 20th January 2011.


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