Latest Lookbook by Oscar Hunt Tailors




All photos by Tom Blachford & Kate Ballis


It's no secret that I work for Melbourne tailoring house Oscar Hunt and one of the greatest parts of my job is getting to do what I love, being creative.

A few times a year the team and I work together to create campaigns and shoots, including this range of images from the latest Autumn/Winter 2015 lookbook.

Following the brand's aesthetic I decided to mix two different forms of everyday construction - tailoring and machinery. Both methods utilise old world technology and I didn't want anything modern and heavily computerised when it came to the machines that we shot against.

We were lucky to come across the Nobody wash factory (like most good denim makers Nobody use the old washing machines, dryers and stone rumblers). These machines haven't been changed in almost one hundred years and that aligned perfectly with the skills of the Oscar Hunt tailors.

An array of workable suiting fabrics were chosen to suit the colder weather, whilst leaving the colour and personality down to a new line of sports jackets and overcoats.











For a look at the full lookbook head over to www.oscarhunt.com.au