In this unassuming Hindley Street basement, alternative street style flourishes. Twenty Fifty-Two is an understated store full of local and international independent brands.
Inside the bright, orderly walls you’ll find a carefully curated selection of urban wear and accessories from brands including Butter Goods, Palace, Carhartt, W.I.P. and Pass-Port. Then there are the artist-designed skateboards and a small but stunning library of artworks, records and zines.
The team puts a lot of thought into the selection of the stock, strictly sourcing products for their subcultural relevance and uniqueness. You’re sure to leave not only with a set of fine threads but with new knowledge and appreciation for the product.
In the spirit of fostering a creative and fashionable community, Twenty Fifty-Two also hosts an online radio station, 2052, which streams from the basement’s record deck. Spinning a selection of house and hip-hop, Twenty Fifty-Two caters to all corners of the skate, street and DIY scenes.
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