Lucy Folk AW14

Lucy Folk loves food. From tacos to sushi-inspired collections, her work takes the things that make our taste buds thrive and turns them into delightful trinkets to adorn ourselves with.


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Trash Puke & John Waters

"I think you should buy art you hate before it ends up hating you"

St. Vincent

It’s not often that a musician self-titles an album on their fifth release. But then again, St Vincent, or Annie Clark as she’s known to the tax department, is not your average musician.

Joining The Chorus: AW14


Tempe Nakiska ~ April 25th, 2014


Chorus is aptly titled - the Melbourne label's collections are harmonious like only a group of good singers can be.

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Future By (Costume) Design


Garry Westmore ~ April 24th, 2014


Predicting the future of fashion can be a hard task, and to create the look of the future costume designers are constantly looking backwards in order to look ahead.

Men’s Shoot: Night Prowl

Ben Clement Larissa Leong Men's Shoot SPOOK

Spook ~ April 24th, 2014


Photographed by New Zealand born, Melbourne based lenser Ben Clement, styled by sartorial whiz and DJ-about-town Larissa Leong, our latest men's shoot is all bright lights, dark nights, sportswear and vivid colour. Dive in, go all night.

Metronomy’s Melting Heart


Izzy Tolhurst ~ April 23rd, 2014


Englishman Joseph Mount is somewhat of an enigma. SPOOK caught up with the Metronomy frontman to discuss love and Michel Gondry.

Elke Kramer: Mourning The Scarf

Elke Kramer Scarves

Spook ~ April 22nd, 2014


Elke Kramer's latest output comes in the form of a capsule collection of scarves, each telling their own singular love story.

Chewing The Fat With Parquet Courts


Garry Westmore ~ April 22nd, 2014


Spook caught up with Parquet Courts, drank Cuba Libres, tried hot sauces, and conducted something resembling an interview.

Incu And The Business of Menswear


Spook ~ April 22nd, 2014


The sartorial palette of the average Aussie male is quickly evolving. Spook chats to Jesus Manongdu from Incu, the store that offers a precisely curated selection of quality labels for the discerning Melbourne man.

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