Cultivating collaboration.

Words by

Naomi Hatton

Meet the new kids on the streetwear block, 3Some Apparel.

This Melbourne-based label is cultivating collaboration and colour to bring its vision to life. 

We know what you're thinking, and yes there is a point behind their cheeky name. The team comprises three uniquely talented and skilled individuals, driving home their collaborative efforts and principles of innovation. 

3Some includes Sara Meredith (fashion designer), Amos Duggan (visual artist) and Kat Ashworth (graphic and fashion design), all with a combined experience in fashion and business over two decades.

These garments aren't your regular moody, streetwear attire. Each piece is originally designed by Amos, who projects visions of figurative surrealism with a contemporary and vibrant approach. 

Reflective of quality design that upholds sustainability in its durability, 3Some is aiming to prove that streetwear can reflect lively and light-hearted attitudes.


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