Our new seasonal campaign depicts a classic Australian road trip. Taking the road less travelled to a remote cabin in Sydney’s Blue Mountains, our explorers pack for adventure and dress for the unexpected. A new season line-up of versatile wardrobe staples keep them comfortable on their scenic escape whilst paying tribute to the classic appeal of Australia style.

Explore the campaign below and meet our new – and upcoming – arrivals.

The trans-seasonal look: signature blue denim, relaxed cotton layers and classic leather bags come together in a succinct capsule wardrobe for spring and beyond. Marli, Songy and George showcase the many ways to wear the new seasonal colour palette for off-duty looks and relaxed formalwear.

Marli layers up fresh cotton shirts whilst Songy brings traditional double denim firmly into the present.

New styles arriving in September

Refresh cotton layers signal the return of spring and with it, relaxed weekends by the coast or in the country. Marli and George don the bestselling R.M.Williams rugby, a vital component in any travel wardrobe.

Lightweight linen fabrics and soft hues gives new life to tailored separates. Marli showcases the power of mix-and-match styling across the range, moving from workwear-inspired jacket and jersey T-shirts to summer suiting and crisp collared shirts. Songy opts for everyday versatility with a timeless combination of chinos and a breathable cotton base layer.

New styles arriving in October

The campaign concludes with a summertime golden hour, with our adventurers slipping into breezy separates in sun-drenched shades. Functional leather bags and handcrafted belts serve as grounding touches on these warm weather looks, balancing lighter fabrics and less structured silhouettes.

Explore the collection now and make sure to sign up for emails to be the first to now when new styles arrive.

We acknowledge that the location for this campaign, the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, is located within the Ngurra (Country) of the Darkinjung, Darug, Dharawal, Gundungurra, Wanaruah and Wiradjuri peoples. We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay our respects to elders past and present.