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Thursday 3rd of September saw an evening of men’s fashion as Melbourne Town Hall showcased the Mr runway event for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. Adventurous and bold, Mr presented a variety of spring/summer ready-to-wear collections featuring strong and sophisticated designs.

 

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Confident classics from BRENTWILSON, a self-titled menswear range from one of Australia’s most successful designers.

 

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Sydney-based Brent Wilson launched his personal label in 2006 at the age of 26, securing his place in the fashion industry. In 2012, he was named GQ Designer of the Year.

 

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Brent has flagship stores in QV Melbourne and The Galeries Sydney, plus a department store concession rollout with Myer.

 

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Melbourne label Et Al was established in 1987 but only launched their menswear line in 2013.

 

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The Et Al look consists of a combination of relaxed tailoring and fluid drapery.

 

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Godwin Hili, founder and creative director of Godwin Charli, was born into a family of dressmakers originally from the island of Malta. He launched his label in 2007, which is renowned for its exceptional quality, sharp silhouettes and superb fit.

 

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Jayson Brunsdon has worked in the fashion industry for over 25 years, first as an illustrator, then as a stylist and fashion editor. His label was launched in 2004 and is available in Myer stores nationally.

 

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The story goes that the Macky clan sailed from Scotland before New Zealand had electricity or proper sewers. The clothing company Joe Black emerged in a frontier settlement both raw and refined, where Joe tailored a huge mix of clientele, ranging from brawlers to barristers.

 

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Guests enjoyed a large number of stylish suits.

 

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M.J. Bale offers a full wardrobe solution that extends from everyday business shirts to premium shirts hand-made in Italy and custom-made suits from Japan.

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