10th September 2020
Brighter Days Ahead
Spring is here, and so too is our latest 70’s inspired collection.
It’s been a year, but we’re not one’s to dwell. Instead, with the taste of Spring in the air, we’re looking to Brighter Days Ahead with our new collection that is sure to lift your spirits.
Taking inspiration from Woodstock and other iconic festivals of years gone by, we invite you to shed your winter warmers and step into mood-boosting bright, plush cord, fun festival style Aztec prints and retro rompers. So whilst the festival season has been put on pause this season, it doesn’t mean you can’t dress like you’re going to one.
For the ladies it’s all about them coloured cord pieces made up of a super soft but supportive fabrication and finished in bright, retro colourways of Sunset Orange, Mary Jane Green, Dandelion Yellow and Aura Blue. They are the perfect mood-lifters to get your spring started right and feature in our beloved Hi Bells Cropped and Lou Lou Bells, as well as our vintage inspired Rompers.
For the guys, it’s time to dust off your boots and step into our Brighter Days collection as you dance and sing your hearts out, embodying that carefree, fun festival spirit from wherever you may be this Spring. Get involved with plenty Aztec prints, party shirts, vintage inspired tee’s and offcourse the most trustworthy and comfortable denim going around.
Spring 23 | Road To Nowhere
This season we are taking you on a journey to explore the unexplored. Introducing Road To Nowhere, a collection inspired by lonely highways and roads off the beaten track, embracing the serenity and beauty of nature in places left untold.
Introducing Wrangler X Jakey Pedro
Inspired by the wildness of Navajo rodeos and bold pastel colours, we’re excited to come together with Bondi artist Jacob Pedrana to present our new Wrangler x Jakey Pedro collection.
Way Out Here. Introducing Autumn 23
Be it rural road trips, adventures to winter cabins or exploring our great outback, this season we are yearning for serenity, for open space and a slower rhythm as we celebrate life outside of the city and back on the open road.