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Song for the Mute

January 6th, 2011 by by | 3 Comments

Only 3 seasons old, Sydney-based menswear label Song for the Mute is no household name. But, with success at RAFW last year, a host of local and international stockists already under its belt, and a killer new A/W collection set to be shown in Paris this month, all that looks set to change.

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The End of Restriction

December 14th, 2010 by by , and | 3 Comments

Men hate feeling restricted; confined. Or so Norwegian designer Per Spook tells us, in the latest issue of Encens magazine. And with the all-too-familiar discomfort of an unforgiving Summer almost upon us, one can’t help but agree. This season keep it ‘free and easy’, as Bart Simpson would say.

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When the Hunter becomes the Hunted

December 8th, 2010 by by and | 5 Comments

With his new Canon G12 in hand, hair swept up off his face, and a clean ensemble that neatly translates European dressing into a distinctly Australian summer, Yvan Rodic, better known to many as the Facehunter, sits down with On the Streets of for a chat and a couple drinks in Surry Hills, his favourite suburb in Sydney for its perfectly relaxed vibe.

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Store Profile: Icarus Store

December 3rd, 2010 by by and | 2 Comments

Icarus is one of the most renowned and tragically proud figures in Greek mythology. In attempting to escape Crete by flying away on wings that his father had constructed, Icarus ignored advice and ventured too close to the sun. As the wax in his wings melted away, he fell to his death in what is today known as the Icarian Sea. Icarus also remains one of the most popularly referenced Greek figures, lending his name to a relatively recent and welcome arrival in the retail fashion scene for men at 42 Reservoir St, Surry Hills.

Somewhere, Sydney

November 29th, 2010 by by , , and | 10 Comments

It’s a little bit Miami. And a little bit Miami Horror (if you were paying attention during the ARIAs… no, neither were we). And maybe a touch somewhere. Not just anywhere. But Sofia Coppola’s ‘Somewhere’. Maybe.

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