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Friday, December 19, 2014

A Glimpse Of The Moth Of Sydney New Range

The first production of Moth of Sydney pop-overs  sold within two weeks and just yesterday we received the next batch of pop-overs which focusses heavily on navy jersey with slight accents in internal contrasting along with re-stocking of the existing models that you can see below. We are live on Sunday for the website once we do a stocktake but in the interim you can purchase the pop-overs directly through the studio, via email on Le Noeud Papillon or through Becker & Minty in Potts Point, Sydney, Australia.

So far we've had exceptionally happy customers and we do urge you to follow the Facebook page as we will be posting regularly to it whilst we are still catching up on our website work and inventory. And then of course there are the stories of Sydney we will weave over the coming weeks. A city we made this product for. A city we are very proud of. 

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The model wears our red pique pop-over with navy oxford contrats

The model wears orange jersey with gingham contrasts and shows the functionality of the pop-over underneath a blazer where it holds structure

The model wears navy jersey with light sky blue contrasts
The model wears navy pique pop-over with navy popelin contrasts. These are Sydney Moreton Bay Fig Trees in the background. 

Navy jersey pop-over with light blue twill contrasts taken next to the famous Catalina Restaurant in Sydney's Rose Bay.

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