you don't have to work at mpavilion to own their p.a.m-designed uniform

New season of free events, new envy-inducing uniform.

by Isabelle Hellyer
06 December 2016, 4:50am

MPavilion, one of Melbourne's favourite cultural hubs, has released their new uniform. Each season the organisation asks a local designer to create their 'onsite wardrobe' — or uniform to the rest of us. For this season of forums, film screenings and other cultural performances, they've asked P.A.M. to help out. The Melbourne-grown streetwear heroes are a fitting act to fill the shoes of last season's designer, Kloke.

Together with P.A.M's Shauna Toohey and Misha Hollenbach, MPavilion settled on a base of classic Australian work staples from hard Yakka, customised with P.A.M patches and appliqué. Misha and Shauna also designed a cheesecloth tee, their sartorial take on architect Bijoy Jain's vision for this season's MPavilion. FYI, each year the space is rebuilt by a different design talent. Jain's MPavilion will feature a small well, hence the gushing waterfall print.

The cotton tee can be yours too, even if you don't work there. It's unisex, with one size to fit most. You can grab it for $150 IRL at the MPavilion kiosk. If you don't live in Melbourne you can also email them here. Profits will support MPavilion in bringing more than 400 free events to Melbourne every season.

Front of the tee above.


Text Isabelle Hellyer
Art Director Frank Valvo
Photographer Michelle Tran

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