With the hint of Spring in the air, it's with excitement we introduce to you our Spring 2019 collection. Full of updates to many of your favourites.Explore More
Whenever we have a day off together, it usually begins with an early wakeup call from our cat Anchovy, who likes his breakfast at 5am.
Mini Skirt is made up of four pretty nice guys that live in the Northern Rivers pretending that we’re tough so we can be in a band.
I didn’t really know what to expect, but the party was a creative space in itself. I really liked how wrangler works with and embraces different cultures and expressions of art.
Take us back to our pre- Splendour party where the drinks and vibes were flowing at Secret Garden Byron Bay for our ‘Three Ways’ party. Big thanks to everyone who partied with us - we had the best time and hope you did too!
From Our Earth art, was manifested and sprouted when we moved to Byron, we had some big realisations when living in Adelaide about how much destruction big companies and the government were having on the Earth.
I became fascinated with the art of Chainstitch Embroidery. I was drawn to the incredible stitching on band & motorcycle jackets.
While decades pass and memories of the summer of love slowly dissolve in time, the core values of self-expression, love, music and freedom remain en-grained in our modern festival spirit.
Our mission is to ensure this culture lives on well into the future so we figured we’d give you a heads up on some of our faves. If you’re wondering which festivals to hit up this year- get your calendars out!
Jeremy and his mates headed along to a massive new year’s festival with a bunch of disposable cameras & Wrangler threads for a day full of festivaling and all that comes with it. Here’s what went down!
Tell us a bit about Dear Seattle, how did it start and where did the band name come from?
Since their 2018 inception, the four-piece have released three 60’s-inspired singles from Velvet Trip & The Six Moon Skies; ‘Take Control’, ‘Hurricane’
We were once again overwhelmed by the generosity & support that festival goer’s showed us at the Big Pineapple Festival in support of HoMie