Saint Side Enlist '3K' For A Collaborative Lookbook

 

Saint Side opened back in 2009 in the heart of Melbourne restoring bikes as well as releasing their own merchandise. Now the store has embedded its roots as a destination store of Melbourne streetwear stocking overseas labels as well as having a cult following for their in-house brand.

They recently have dropped their mid-year lookbook showcased by 3K - a four piece rap collective representing four different areas of Melbourne. With videos such as ‘WOOF‘ and ‘SITCOM‘ they're the new rap group from Melbourne everyone needs to know. With the talent and creative vision it won't be long before the group reach total fandom.

The designs keep to the Saint Side roots pushing messages and graphics that tie into their multicultural roots and nods to sub cultures. Pieces such as the 'Merino Wool Beanies', '10 Pocket Technical Jacket' and the track pants are stand outs alongside t-shirts, hoodies and accessories. Photographed around St. Albans through the middle of the night by Wilhelm Philip and styled by Doc G seemed like it was the only time to do so as its a bustling market during the day. 3K will be launching their EP at Saint Side's city store on June 30 with a live performance at the store. Expect a heavy turn up crowd and a mosh or two as they love to go hard live.

Items from the collection will be available on the evening with subsequent drops through the month. Be sure to follow Saint Side on Instagram for the latest drop information.

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