In 2019, Twenty Fifty-Two moved to a new home on Young Street. It’s in the same property as The Commons Studio + Exchange and Elementary Coffee.

Owner Allan Mawer had to leave his underground premises on Hindley Street (where he’s been since 2015) in late 2018 when the building’s owner decided to redevelop the property.

But longstanding fans of the skate and streetwear shop will find everything in its right place. Staple Australian skate brands such as Butter and Pass~Port sit alongside the store’s own line of T-shirts. You can also pick up the latest from international brands such as Have A Good Time, Fucking Awesome and PACCBET.

While the shop has always been a skate shop first and foremost, the store is now integrated with house and techno record store Transition Records. With an impressive collection of obscure wax, Transition making its home in Twenty Fifty-Two makes perfect sense.

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Updated: August 14th, 2019

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