Melbourne streetwear brand Leroy & Eli has come to Harrolds

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Words by Maeve Kerr-Crowley

Streetwear with a luxe edge.

Luxury department store Harrolds just got a little more street after laying its hands on Melbourne brand Leroy & Eli.

Created by two brothers – and 100 per cent Australian made – the streetwear label prides itself on supporting anti-trend culture.

The first taste of Leroy & Eli to be stocked at Harrolds is the brothers’ collection, BEWARE of the Bourgeoisie SS18.

Included in the release are graffiti-print sweaters, Japanese cotton hoodies, surreal 24k gold prints and matching Canadian maple skateboards. You can expect references to Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, as well as artists Cyril Phan and William Adolphe Bouguereau throughout.

You can find the collection in Harrolds stores Australia-wide.


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