Effortlessly cool, Oskar is the look you want when you want to look like an off-duty model. Offering a unique line of high-end street wear the tailoring is clean, with impeccable detail and a modern silhouette.
Oskar has a recognizable brand DNA that includes manly over-sized coats, light trenches, relaxed culottes, boyfriend shirts, fine knits, sporty trousers and maxi vests. The neutral colour palette of navy, black, beige & camel is seen in quality fabrics including blends of wool, cotton and faux-leather.
Oskar is NYC street cool with a laidback Australian chic aesthetic. If you are looking for clothing that is easy-to-wear without looking overly relaxed, then you’ll love the new knitwear collection and pieces that will take you into spring.
The spring 2015 collection shows timeless tailoring in feminine and romantic colours of dove grey, sienna blush, sky blue, marigold orange, vermillion red and lots of black and white. Expect floor length summer dresses, A-line strapless dresses, relaxed trousers, oversized shirts, shorts and…my favorite, stylishly flexible light trenches.
Fabrics are perfect for the warmer weather with relaxed shapes perfectly tailored in metallic airbrushed cotton, tencel, linen and modal. Oskar believes in casual chic but not just as a trend; it’s part of the Oskar philosophy that surrounds a contemporary lifestyle.
Nonchalant but distinctly fashionable. Oskar has an easy-to-wear beauty that suggests a disinterest in trends, but a distinct interest in style. The androgynous edge combined with feminine detailing allows wearers to create their own individual style and to mix Oskar pieces with other labels in their wardrobe.
Launched only in 2013, Oskar has developed a solid following of women interested in fashion but not interested in trends. To keep up-to-date with this exciting label, check out Oskar on their website and follow them on social media. Not just another Australian designer label to love.
Do you like the tailoring and ‘model off-duty’ lines of Oskar? Isn’t it good to see more Australian designers? If you could choose, what would you pick from the current collection?