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Turn up the drama in your wardrobe with the new Hoodedwept range

What happens when you take a little bit of the backstreets of Berlin, couple it with the aesthetic of a Melburnian Brunswick art kid and mix it altogether with a new initiative in Australian men’s clothes? Hoodedwept, of course.

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The creative outlet of English-come-Australian designer Neil Sherrif, the men’s and women’s dramatic, black, draped range of clothing is as much a unique look as it is a unique concept all its own.

Around since 2015, the Hoodedwept idea is simple, but very different.

It is all about directional, monochromatic, forward designed clothing for men and women, which emphasises dramatically bold silhouettes while using pretty drape-worthy, textural fabrics.

The latest collection from Hoodedwept is entitled ‘Nexus’ and channels a whole lot multi-layered tailoring, that is meant to share the individual tale of each of the planets and stars in the galaxy, expressing its own unique, yet cohesive story visually and conceptually.

Imagine the work of Anthony Capon and his label et al and a.Concept¬†with the dark overtone of Saxony and Claud Maus¬†and you’ve got the look.

Have a look here.

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James Banham is an Australian lifestyle, fashion and entertainment journalist. His writing can be found on these many topics and more in print and online publications around the country.
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