Local label Moss Tunstall is inspired by acid wash and the middle class

Words by Maeve Kerr-Crowley


We’d like to offer a warm welcome to our ‘Cool New Labels’ list to Moss Tunstall.

The brand launched its debut collection earlier this month and, unsurprisingly, it’s already close to sold out.

Inspired by the Australian suburbs and middle-class workwear – drawing heavily on designer Moss’ own suburban upbringing – the label highlights denim and classic cut T-shirts (see also our  flirting with tradie-inspired fashion).

And, in an effort to produce as sustainably as possible, it uses only recycled materials in both its garments and packaging. This means that each design is a one-off, turning away from mass production in favour of D.I.Y-inspired individualism.

Moss Tunstall’s first collection, Krasner, uses bleach and hand-printing techniques to customise upcycled garments with tie-dyed, floral and abstract designs.

There are only a couple of pieces from this collection still up for grabs, but you can check out the range in the shots above.

And we highly recommend keeping an eye out for the label’s next drop.


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