Butter Goods’ latest collection, Q4 Delivery Two, showcases the Perth-based label’s vibrant approach to styling.
Subcultures play an enormous part in the aesthetic of Butter Goods, with everything from skateboarding — the label’s two founders, Garth Mariano and Matt Evans, are both heavily involved in Perth’s skate scene themselves — to underground music explored.
The result is a label that operates as a kind of playful patchwork — fusing inspirations together in a way that serves as a mirror to alternative scenes. That vibrant and carefree approach to design is something that underpins Butter Goods’ collections, with the second delivery of the Q4 installment being no exception.
From the patterns to the graphics in the collection, everything used is bold; knitted vests are covered in geometric shapes, while tees are detailed with playful prints that nod to the label’s love of music. Flame patterns feature throughout — covering accessories and jackets — to round off the capsule’s out-there aesthetic.
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