Manuscript presents SABA

Australian label SABA has breathed a new breath of life into its seasonal collections and teamed-up with Australian menswear journal, Manuscript.

Throughout July, the brand is dropping some new threads that have taken a completely different position for what is normally considered the SABA look. Since 1980 when Joe Saba, a Melbourne tailor founded the company, it has been the go-to for the work and formal wear needs of many a customer.

It really highlights a new side to SABA, playing to the rugged, more street cool, relaxed side of menswear, which many brands – and the men that wear them – are accustomed to.

SABA is taking this look and feel of the new collection to the future thanks in large part to their new GM Michelle Pacey and designer Matthew Wood. Together they’re creating something new, fresh and something they believe will stir the cockles of excitement in their male clientelle.

As part of a month-long series Manuscript will be presenting the new season drops with their creative vision which also reflects the new direction that SABA is heading under the direction of the General Manager Michelle Pacey and menswear designer Matthew Wood.

See more at the Manuscript website.


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