Jack London S/S 2014

Words by Melanie Dimmitt
September 8, 2014

By golly do our grooms have a thing for Australian menswear label, Jack London. Not a day goes by that we don’t see his punk-rock-inspired, classically tailored offerings dappering-up the Aussie gents. And while they’re always handsomely timeless, Jack London designs sport a wayward, youthful swagger – be it cheeky-print shirt or pipe-cleaner thin suit – that we just love.

This year’s spring/summer range pays homage to ’60s mod culture, channeling the “British youth and European dandies” of the era. Their legacy manifests in neat, single-button pinstripe suits, tartan double-breasted waistcoats, wool fedoras and leather loafers.

Bright florals are, of course, a timely print for the sunny seasons, but we seriously fancy the flying bat shirt. And how about that leopard-print jacket? For the very coolest of cats.

Available now in Jack London stores, online and at David Jones. Check out Nouba grooms Mitch, Ollie and Jace rocking a bit of Jack.

 

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