Since Australian fashion week wrapped up a little over a month ago, we can't help but notice that Australian fashion and street style has been sticking with us like peanut butter to the roof of a dog's mouth. Maybe it's because they know how to kill it in studded shorts or maybe it's because they party alongside weird marsupials. We're not sure yet, but we decided to have our Australian correspondent, Nat Jones, give us a little in-depth study of Sydney shop life. Read what he has to say about his latest shop stop after the jump.
Footage, Sydney, Australia
Nestled just off the main drag of Oxford Street, Footage is the first of a number of stylish boutiques that have popped up in the area. Recently celebrating its five year anniversary Footage has evolved from simply a street wear vendor to a paviour of a broad range of up and coming brands. These include Argentine foot ware (Doma), Japanese eyewear (Dita Spectacle) and Melbourne threads (For The Homies). They also boast classics including Casio watches and Converse kicks. Friendly and unpretentious they can often be heard bumping the latest FADER podcast– a staple.