31/05/2016
Basics don't need to be basic.

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Fashion Journal

Proving basics don’t need to be, well... basic, is new Queensland-based label Grammar.

The label is all for bringing attention to the finer details in fashion. Grammar’s head designer, Kat Walsh, has a background in sculpture and fashion studies. These skills are reflected in the unique construction of Grammar’s designs.

The label’s first range, Flare: The Basics, balances mess and order using hand-frayed hems and asymmetrical cuts. The pieces disrupt the clean-cut lines of basic T-shirts and trousers.

Designed with both men and women in mind, the collection of staples playfully balances masculine and feminine elements.

grammarlabel.com

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