Firstly, who has the best New Year’s Eve scandal between the three of you and what is it?
'Maybe Felix, he got chased off a roof top by people who had mistaken him for an ex lover.'
A new year brings new opportunity.
What are your aspirations and resolutions for 2012, both personally and as a label?
'Wow so profound, personally and this is some what of a generalization and trying to group three guys together but it would be to make the most out of what we’ve build and enjoy what we do more – actually this applies both ways…'
Angus Black is receiving a lot of Vanishing Elephant in the next few months, what can we tell our customers was the inspiration behind the autumn collection?
'The coming collection ‘one and one’ is about us exploring our classic pieces and trying to perfect them beyond their already classic nature. We’ve used subtle detailing, paid a lot of attention to the fabrications and how they’re treated and used colours that are as timeless as they are current on top of this we have some pieces that are really new to us and that have pushed us harder at the design table then ever before hence one classic and one new piece.'
What movie character would you say is the greatest personification of your latest season?
'Jekyll and Hyde.'
If you weren’t an internationally successful clothing trinity, what would you guys being doing?
Arran; Food Critic.
Huw; Skin diver.
The new 'One and One' Collection is in store now...
Iconic luxury brand Lyle and Scott was founded in 1874 in Hawick in the Scottish Borders with a loan of 800 pounds..and in 1960 the eagle was born. Instantly recognisable the brand today has become a sartorial necessity.The classic Polo design is tailored close to the body for a slim silhouette and the trademark eagle is emblazoned on the left chest.
This week we welcomed the arrival of this 130 year old brand at Angus Black.
Lyle and Scott's clean cut classic in cotton pique is available in black, navy, and grey marl.
Friday night Brisbane was graced for the first time with one of the greatest living hip hop producers of the genre’s brief history, Pete Rock. His two hour set at Alhambra was a virtual voyage of some of the most influential artists and groups of the last 20 years. With samplings from a Tribe Called Quest, Q-tip, Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Gang Starr, Slum Village and J dilla, it was an unparalleled playlist. If you weren’t there you’ll just have to imagine the hype and hysteria in the front row when T.R.O.Y came on.