24/06/2015
Very Cools streetwear.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Sydney-based streetwear label Barney Cools is joining Glue Store in July, in a move that has been described by the store's head of buying as “a natural fit.”

Barney Cool’s SS15 collection Boys Don’t Listen will be available in Glue stores all over Australia from the first of July.

You can expect to see rugged streetwear styles that have been labelled the epitome of ‘Poolside Etiquette', across a range of jackets, knits, shorts and accessories. All styles will be priced between a very affordable $20-$159.95.

That's a win.

gluestore.com.au

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