FROM ROAD KING TO SLICK BRICK
Titan’s BMW K100 Xaver Motorcycle started with a customer who wanted a new bike. Titan took a 30-year old Harley-Davidson Road King motorcycle and updated the styling and mechanicals, fabricating a custom subframe and headlight assembly and fitting new shocks and fork internals. Finishing touches include minimal wiring, micro switches, keyless go system, USB charger, and one of Motogadget’s ‘Motoscope Pro’ digital dash displays.
THE PERFECT HOLD
If you want matte, firm, and healthy waves, style your hair with Triumph & Disaster’s Coltrane Clay ($34). It utilises White Clay and Beeswax mixed with Pracaxi oil and a splash of Brazil wax to create that flexible yet strong finish.
The Malto specs ($245) from Australian eyewear brand Bailey Nelson is distinguished by laser etched details, a continuous metal construction embedded in its acetate eyepieces, anti scratch coating, and anti glare lens coating. Its colour is a mixture of Navy and Rose, making it unique yet timeless.
Dion Lee launched his first menswear collection at his Australian Fashion Week show held at the Sydney Opera House. Inspired by Jørn Utzon’s sails, the collection featured cobalt blazers, crisp white anoraks, and smart knitwear – parallel to his womenswear which are sleek, sporty, and tailored yet casual.
FOR THE CHAMPS
Crafted from durable cotton, this sweatshirt ($985.16) from Vetements’ collaboration with Champion exudes irreverence. With its relaxed cut, deconstructed finish, and bright blue colour, this piece is a hypebeast hit.
BLACK TO THE CORE
Adidas’ NMD_CS2 Primeknit in Core Black ($180) features primeknit construction, ribbed detailing, EVA inserts, and BOOST midsole cushioning.
BRIGHT AND BOLD
The KENZO Tiger, iconic to the brand, is brought to life with the Neoprene Tiger Backpack ($336.36). It features a Tiger head embroidery on the front, adjustable straps, and one large front pocket with zipped closure.