Best Menswear Shopping in Melbourne

Updated August 15th, 2018


When it comes to fashion, Melbourne’s women definitely have it better. Local designers work with muted tones; colourful prints; intricate neck and hem details; and a near-infinite selection of cuts. It’s no surprise so many of our womenswear labels have gone on to make a name for themselves nationally and internationally.

We’re yet to see a mens-only label have the same impact. That's not to say local mens labels aren't on the same level. Mostly, it's about small but crucial adjustments to the classics: switching shirt-buttons for a zip, or taking a more tailored approach to casual wear.

Read more
Best Womenswear Shopping in Melbourne

Australian Labels

  • Pieces fit for coastal living, but in premium fabrics.

  • A Sydney label focused on high-quality knitwear in neutral tones.

International Labels

  • Smart eveningwear for men and women.

  • The Japanese label’s only Melbourne store.

  • The easiest place to fill your wardrobe with high-quality basics.

  • Affordable, quality basics in a spectrum of colours.

  • Scandinavian minimalism at accessible prices.

    Book a Table
  • Mid-market fashion from New York.

  • Trend-defying men’s and women’s apparel from France.


  • A men's streetwear store stocking the established and the yet-to-be.

  • Spare some time at this friendly streetwear store and communal space.

  • Casual daywear and accessories from Elwood Apparel Co.

  • From hard-to-find streetwear to bespoke suiting, it’s all part and parcel of this forward-thinking men’s store.

  • Melboune's epicentre for a mostly Japanese-inspired take on fashion, streetwear and product.

  • "Plane" clothes for everyday wear.

  • Perfect Scandinavian dreams.

  • A charming gentleman's lifestyle boutique in the west.

  • A haven of men’s streetwear, underground artworks and coffee on Brunswick Street.

  • Curated men's streetwear in Collingwood.

  • Honest, heritage workwear keeping the lights on for a vanishing industry.

  • The popular Sydney store brings its curated, understated style to Gertrude Street.

  • An iconic Chapel Street store well-known for its street style and brands.

  • Around since 2010, this high-end shop sells some of the world’s most exclusive trainers and streetwear. The dramatic and futuristic space pushes the boundaries of retail design, and is complete with an in-house cafe.

  • Classic sneakers and sportswear since 1997.

  • Simple, timeless fashion that keeps you coming back for more.

  • A collectors' haven for rule-breaking, avant-garde fashion from Belgium and Japan.

  • A temple to Japanese denim.

  • Asks men to think about what they wear when they sweat, as well as out to breakfast.

  • Old-school formalwear with a new-school twist.

  • Carries luxury pieces from selected international labels.

Melbourne Labels

  • Quality clothing made and designed in Melbourne.

  • Affordable basics that have made the jump to Sydney and Brisbane.

  • You could fill your whole wardrobe with this slim-fit, locally manufactured menswear and womenswear.

  • Tight-fitting suits inspired by the British Mod Rocker scene of the 1960s.

  • Menswear grounded in functionality and high-quality fabrication.

  • A cult Melbourne label known for weird and instantly recognisable streetwear.

  • Simple mens and womens workwear for creative professionals.

  • Melbourne fashion at its best. Showcases monochrome basics and progressive cuts.

  • Menswear inspired by the sea, parachute camouflage prints and fault lines from the earth’s surface.