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post #1 of 29
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Wondering if anyone on the forum can point me in the right direction any of up and coming labels -that are not sold in Australia- that you feel would be srong enough for the Australian market. I have a big interest in denim brands but i am also interested in other brands that aren't into denim. Pease message me or reply to this thread with any details. Cheers
post #2 of 29
How about Imperial, which are made in Australia?

www.imperial.st
post #3 of 29
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Originally Posted by kwiteaboy
How about Imperial, which are made in Australia? www.imperial.st
I'd love to see Imperial in Australia (I live in Sydney). I'd also LOVE to see APC and True Religion in Sydney. I think they have enough exposure to go well....Studio d'Artisan would also be nice Side question/topic, where in Syd do you guys get all your denim from???? (Long time reader, first time poster) --WadeM
post #4 of 29
Theres a imperial and nudie store in sydney (i think both are located somewhere near oxford st)

For True Religions, Evisu, Edwins, LVC i think sp1 in the city has them. Be prepared to spend a minimum of $300 though :P.
post #5 of 29
Up and coming labels? Iron Army jeans, with more info on their website.
post #6 of 29
The nudie store in sydney is on william street, which runs off oxford. You can also get them at david jones.
post #7 of 29
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Originally Posted by Homme
The nudie store in sydney is on william street, which runs off oxford. You can also get them at david jones.

is the selection at the nudie store in sydney good? as in wide range of sizes etc?
I want to go take a look but i live like a hour away :/
post #8 of 29
What is the japanese denim brand, name is something like Iron Army, with a .uk I think website? I think I have been reading this brand and Iron Army interchangeably.
post #9 of 29
iron heart
post #10 of 29
Guys, what pricerange are nudiejeans in down there?
post #11 of 29
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Originally Posted by swooc
is the selection at the nudie store in sydney good? as in wide range of sizes etc?
I want to go take a look but i live like a hour away :/

I haven't been in there in a while, from memory it was ok, decent range of styles and sizes. After all, it is the only 'nudie' store in Sydney, so you would expect them to have a decent range.

It's a pain to get to if you don't have a car, and if you do have a car it's a pain to find parking. Much easier to get to David Jones Elizabeth st, though their selection isn't anywhere near as comprehensive.

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Originally Posted by Kimball
Guys, what pricerange are nudiejeans in down there?

2 years ago, a pair of RR USed De Luxe cost me $315 AU, and a slim jim worn used (or something) cost me $325. I think the dry pairs are a little less, with the exception of RR Dry Selvedge.
post #12 of 29
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Originally Posted by Kimball
Guys, what pricerange are nudiejeans in down there?

Nudie Thin finn/kims are around $215.
post #13 of 29
yeah driving there for me is already hard enough....hope i will be able to find some parking tommorrow.

from what ive heard, the RRDS are $350.
post #14 of 29
Oh crap, guess I wont bother bringing some of those then.. any other "Swedish" clothes Australians might be interested in? Could use some extra cash for my backpackintrip
post #15 of 29
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Originally Posted by Kimball
Oh crap, guess I wont bother bringing some of those then.. any other "Swedish" clothes Australians might be interested in? Could use some extra cash for my backpackintrip

I you like that clean, Scandanavian aesthetic, I think that Acne and filippa K are pretty good bets. They are pretty reasonably priced in Sweden, and ridiculously priced in the US, and I suppose, Australia (although I don't really know.) J. Lindebergy is popular too, but I can't really stand that stuff. I dislike Acne jeans, but their clothing is decent. filippa K makes solid clothing as well, but I think that Nudie jeans are far better than those of any of these three other companies.
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