Zanerobe Essential Fashion

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What started off as a bet over a beer between two friends has now become an internationally recognized label and a dream come true for friends Leith Testoni and Jonathan Yeo of premium menswear label Zanerobe. When asked how Zanerobe came to be, the duo recalled seeing a guy dressed in a hideous striped shirt that prompted Jono to bet Leith, who originally had the more prominent interest in fashion, that he couldn’t design a better shirt. In Jono’s words: ‘It was on.’

The unique name was a joint decision between the boys; ZANE from Leith’s longing to be called that name as a kid, and ROBE from Jono’s reworking of the French word “garde robe” (an old piece of French furniture that held clothing). In just over a week a business name was registered, logo developed, and a 6-8 piece shirting collection designed and hawked to a select few boutique clothing stores in Sydney. Within two years, Zanerobe presented a full menswear collection.

Today, Zanerobe is synonymous with strength and masculinity, and the collection is known internationally for quality workmanship and clever, bold designs like the Sureshot Chino and Slingshot Jean. In recent times, the label has embarked on an alternate journey with their collection designs—paths that explore the realms and nuances of fashion through music and art—and the popularity of the brand has intensified globally.

The Official Zanerobe Webpage

Zanerobe on Instagram

Zanerobe at Urban Outfitters

Zanerobe at Nordstrom


Say It feat. Tove Lo – Flume

In anticipation of the May 27th release of Flume‘s newest studio album, Skin, he has given us a taste of what is to be expected with a fresh track collab with Tove Lo.

Flume Facebook Fanpage

Tove Lo Facebook Fanpage

Left Alone – Flume & Chet Faker

Nicholas James Murphy (born 23 June 1988 in Melbourne), better known by his stage name Chet Faker, is an Australian electronica musician. In 2012 he issued an extended play, Thinking in Textures and signed to Downtown Records in the United States. In October 2012 he won Breakthrough Artist of the Year and Thinking in Textures won Best Independent Single/EP at the Australian Independent Records Awards.

In January 2013 the work won Best Independent Release at the Rolling Stone Australia Awards for 2012. His cover of Blackstreet’s ‘No Diggity’ was featured in a 2013 Super Bowl commercial for Beck’s Sapphire. In April 2014 Built on Glass, Faker‘s debut album, was released to generally positive reviews and debuted at number 1 on the Australian ARIA Charts. Three songs from the album were subsequently voted into the top ten of Triple J’s Hottest 100 of 2014, including the number one spot for ‘Talk Is Cheap’.

Flume Facebook Fanpage

Chet Faker Facebook Fanpage

Tennis Court (Flume Remix) – Lorde

19 year-old New Zealander Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor (aka Lorde)


24 year-old Australian Harley Edward Streten (aka Flume)


Lorde became the youngest solo artist to achieve a number-one single in the US with Royals, since Tiffany’s I Think We’re Alone Now (1987).

Flume began creating music at the age of thirteen, with a basic production disc that was packaged in a box of cereal.

Lorde Facebook Fanpage

Flume Facebook Fanpage

Given The Chance – The Kite String Tangle

The Kite String Tangle is the solo project of Brisbane, Australia based alternative electronic artist and producer, Danny Harley. In 2013, TKST won a Triple J Unearthed competition to play at The Falls Festival in Byron Bay. He went on to be voted into position 19 in the Triple J Hottest 100 in 2013, for his track ‘Given the Chance’. He was voted in again in 2014, with his track ‘Arcadia’ reaching number 15. TKST received an ARIA nomination for the ‘Best Breakthrough Artist’ award in 2014 with his EP ‘Vessel’, which was released under the record label Warner Australia. 

In 2015 he performed at SXSW and accompanied Adventure Club at Coachella Music Festival.

TKST Facebook Fan Page

Make Them Wheels Roll – SAFIA

SAFIA is an Australian electronica, indie pop band formed in Canberra, Australia. They won the Groovin’ the Moo competition in 2012, and were featured on Peking Duk‘s single ‘Take Me Over’.

The band says the name comes from a song they wrote called ‘Sapphire’. The group have since discovered SAFIA means serenity in Arabic.

When it comes to SAFIA‘s influences, they claim have a very broad range of styles and genres but list artists like Purity Ring, Major Lazer, Feed Me, Chet Faker, Disclosure and James Blake.

SAFIA’s Facebook Fanpage