Just like Incu's Wu brothers, Alexander and Tim Britten-Finschi are super-stylish siblings who live, socialise, design and run a menswear store together. Approach this store with caution though, as the overzealous shopper is likely to emerge wearing a legionnaires hat, zip-off pants and a high-visibility vest that screams 'unhinged' rather than the desired 'doing camo with aplomb'. Men's Style We need to talk about the bad suits at the Brownlow Unlike many of the gowns, most of the suits were ill-fitting and, frankly, boring as hell. Now the two siblings can stare out lovingly at one another all day as numbed office workers walking by shovel sushi into their mouths and drool at the window displays featuring the likes of A.
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These are our picks of the best menswear boutiques fit for a new-age dandy, an old-fashioned brute and something in between. If you live in Melbourne you're probably already a frenzied Incu evangelist, likely to froth at the mouth and start speaking in tongues at the very mention of twin brothers Brian and Vincent Wu, the men behind the myth, who as it stands are actually far too normal and nice to be cult leaders in the weird, non-fashion sense of the word.
What might come as news to you is that late last year the Flinders Lane store was joined by a new outpost that took up residence right across the way from the QV women's store. Now the two siblings can stare out lovingly at one another all day as numbed office workers walking by shovel sushi into their mouths and drool at the window displays featuring the likes of A.
This one might not be number one, but it's, you guessed it, Up There! Forgive them that small oversight and the charming shop boys who also double as fashion bloggers will woo you with literal fancy pants and other items of clothing by Yuketen, Norse Projects, Bleu De Paname, Monitaly and more. Heck, they'll even repair your pants when you inevitably split them in a humiliating fashion.
Just like Incu's Wu brothers, Alexander and Tim Britten-Finschi are super-stylish siblings who live, socialise, design and run a menswear store together. Heck, they may as well have been born conjoined, although that may have hindered the sewing process somewhat. We presume that as children, their mum, fashion designer Linda Britten, dressed them in threads so fine they'd make Suri hang her head in shame — fashion's in their blood.
Level 6, Flinders Lane, Melbourne; customerstore. Although it's not exclusively a menswear store, there is something that really gets the pheromones going about a chap decked out in a military jacket who looks like he could yield a Swiss army knife like Bear Grylls whilst pitching a tent with his spare hand. Approach this store with caution though, as the overzealous shopper is likely to emerge wearing a legionnaires hat, zip-off pants and a high-visibility vest that screams 'unhinged' rather than the desired 'doing camo with aplomb'.
You have been warned. According to their website, Handsom "make nice clothes" — plain and simple. While that statement is true, it kind of sells the label's artfully speckled chambray shirts, slim-cut woollen slacks that cannot be described as anything less than dapper and delightful cardigans that look fit for Paddington Bear himself and make you want to snuggle into them and breathe in the wearer's presumably oaky scent short.
They make flipping fantastic clothes for the fairer sex, too is more like it! Stumble into Someday and you could be forgiven for thinking you've teleported to a leading flagship concept store in Tokyo or New York, until you wander to the nearby stairwell to be slapped in the face with the heady scent of fish and stale beer wafting upstairs from the Toff. No such luck, you're in Curtin House, princess. Not a pair to be limited in anything they do, alongside menswear the duo has filled Someday with girls' get-up, rare books, music and miscellaneous collector's items.
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There is a reason why Melbourne is often regarded as the fashion capital of Australia. In addition to an eccentric food and lifestyle scene, the city which boasts four seasons in one day also houses some of the biggest Australian and International brands in menswear. Melbourne Central Benjamin Barker is a purveyor of smart casual, heritage inspired apparel. It is a lifestyle destination for the discerning gentleman seeking clothes that speak style and personality. Named after the historic district in Paris, Marais is a sleek boutique specialising in luxurious French fashion houses, including Kenzo, Balmain, Givenchy, Balenciaga, and Lavin, among others. The original store in the Royal Arcade, which once housed both men’s and women’s fashion, now caters exclusively to men, with the women’s boutique located on Bourke Street.