As frequent attendees at fashion weeks across the globe for several years, VOGUE Australia’s Fashion Director Christine Centenera and streetwear designer Josh Goot started to wonder why luxury fashion is so often out of touch with our everyday lives. Seeking an alternative to the excess and noise of the current fashion system, the pair combined their expertise to launch unisex label WARDROBE.NYC.
Taking the much-referenced concept of a ‘capsule wardrobe’, Centenera and Goot have reinvented this approach to dressing for the sustainability-conscious era. Whereas short-lived fashion trends have a significant negative impact on the planet, WARDROBE.NYC’s ethos lies in consuming less and buying better, and mix-and-match collections are its modus operandi.
Their practical, transeasonal pieces – favoured by the likes of Kim Kardashian West, Joel Egerton and Gigi Hadid – slot seamlessly into busy lives (and wardrobes). Here, we introduce the themed capsule collections, which are now available in store and online at Selfridges.