Quality Australian menswear brand M.J. Bale is going into Start/Up mode with their new winter 2020 collection and excited to announce a renewed partnership with AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience).
M.J.Bale have done all the guesswork for you this winter with quality and conscious garments to suit every occasion in style.
Cementing M.J. Bale’s commitment to community, the brand will announce in early July a charity suit drive, as well as a renewed partnership with AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience).
As part of the partnership, M.J. Bale is creating limited edition AIME x M.J. Bale ‘hoodie jackets’ to sell in stores, with 100% of profits going directly to AIME.
In addition, the brand are collaborating with AIME school students on new designs for the brand’s Summer 20-21 collection and providing mentoring to AIME graduates at M.J. Bale.
Here’s what you can expect from the latest collection:
The reinvention of the suit, evolving its construction and details, so that it rolls on with relevance (and casual wear).
Woollen flannel ‘woven in Italy’ Castelli suits with patch pockets in navy and grey options, as well as the natty navy-white chalk-stripe Bordersley suit. For those with grand evening plans, plush velvet ‘Opera’ blazers with Japanese braid edges are dialled-up with classical tailoring or toned down with crew neck knits and thick cotton shirts.
WFH to Office
Wool-cotton ‘woven in Italy’ pleated check trousers, mercerised wool-cotton knits, soft woollen ‘Acqua’ water-repellent overcoats and soft deconstructed blazers in flannel and woollen tweed. Cotton over-shirts (AKA the ‘shirt-jacket’) in plains and stripes are for creative and tech workers who like the concept of the blazer but want to walk to their own beat.
The Active Man
Sporty sleeveless gilets in red and navy, water and wind resistant bombers and an aviator-style cotton jacket with ribbed collar and hem. New Merino wool scarves and beanies woven from 100% cashmere keep the extremities warm.