Artist Curated Multidimensional Threads
The repercussions of creative rumblings at The Snake Hole.
Just down the way from chic CBD of Melbourne is a new spot feeding our voguish fashion appetites. It’s called The Snake Hole, and is the vision of craftsmen Josh Brown, Josh Meyer, and Cam Stynes. See, Cam and the Joshes came together a few years back to start an artist-run gallery, studio space, and apparel brand on the Mornington Peninsula. Since its inception, The Snake Hole has provided a platform for regional Australian artists wishing to show off their work in a friendly environment with plenty of eyes.
And recently, they’ve been broadening their craft into the world of streetwear fashion. Considering the movements recent success in both skateboarding and surfing (cough, Former), and following suit. So, by natural evolution, their apparel collection was born. Taking creative ideas that were slung around the studio and converting them into seasonal collections of wearable artwork. It’s ever so splashy, but certainly not contrived.
Heavy on pastels (a colour way previously reserved for throw pillows and the over-60 crowd at the local bowling club, but certified fresh nowadays), it’s a crisp take on a passé classic. With everything from light-pink, to celeste, to yellow and mauve dashing across the product line, it has all the colours you’d be looking for should your fashion appetites feen for the lighter hues. The carefully embroidered logos are a fine touch as well.
If you find yourself wandering around the Morningtown Peninsula, stop by and give ‘em a peep. Or, if you’re not in the area, click on over to their site. It’s all fits you see the cool kids rocking without the miles long pop-up shop lines. Not to mention, you’re supporting local Australian artists by doing so, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
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