The new and ornate Farage flagship store conceived by interior designer Greg Natale merges exquisitely high cellings with exposed brick walls and rails of clean-cut tailoring.
The brand’s new home in the heart of Martin Place in the harbour city’s CBD marks a poignant place in the brand’s long history in Australia. Housing both men and women’s clothing, Farage remains 100% family owned and operated and on any given day you can still expect to see co-founder Joe Farage himself flying across the floor with a pin in his mouth and wind rushing through his gait.
Joe says of the store:
“We’ve changed the aesthetic so that it has more of a clean and modern feel to it and we’ve brought in a few more brands that fit the new design and direction of the label. We’re excited to continue to expand our own collections and offer our customers sophisticated style based on a heritage of quality and craftsmanship.”
For this year’s Men of the Year awards in Sydney it was to Farage that the GQ team turned to for staff dressing needs. Decked out in a range of tuxedos and slim-cut suits we mark Farage’s new opening and continued support with large thumbs up and a firm tip of the hat.