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Wasteland, Perth CBD
“This season we introduce Pierre Balmain, a new price-pointed and younger brand by Balmain.
The debut line has all the trappings of Balmain’s well-known rock and roll aesthetic including
form-fitting pants, cool prints, leather jackets and tailored blazers,” says creative director Kristian
Kammann. Prices from $350-$3100.
Wasteland: Level 1, 44 King Street, Perth (08) 9481 8487.
Stepping Up, Dunsborough
Made from only the finest material, premium
threads and trims, Australian brand Pure
Blakk offers a selection of garments that are
one-of-a -kind. Pure Blakk shirts are soft and
breathable, and made from the finest European
cotton. Pictured is the black and white print slim-
fit shirt – with contrast red fabric and red satin
ribbon – in sateen finish cotton. Shirts from $189.
Stepping Up: 241 Naturaliste Ter race,
Dunsbor ough (08) 9755 3557.
“The main thing that I like about our previous collection is the cut,” says
Angus Gill of Joseph Anthony. “I spent a lot of time playing around with
measurements, trying to get the balance that I wanted with the range of
materials at my disposal. The aim was to disassociate suiting with a working
atmosphere – a lot of people think that a suit is a uniform.” Prices depend
on fabric, and range from $1700-$5000 for a suit and $150-$450 for a shirt.
Joseph Anthony: Level 1, Bayview Centre, Leura Avenue, Clar emont (08) 9384 5678.
Wesley Quarter, Perth CBD
Described as bridging the gap between
designer clothing and middle market wear,
Oxford’s stylish designs are comfortable,
functional and modern. The assortment
of styles and colours available caters to all
styles and tastes. Milan shirt, $79, and Hardy
two-button jacket and pant, $249.
Oxford: Shop T16, Wesley Quarter, 97
William Street, Perth (08) 9226 0415.
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