Established in 2008, Butter Goods is a skatewear label run by two ex pro-skaters as Gareth Mariano and Matte Evans. Located in the heart of Perth, Butter Goods can boast a distinct attire that reflects the typical Australian melting-pot of cultures and influences. Music, art and pop references blend in with a peculiar typography on comfy sweatshirts and T-shirts, while high-quality textures are undeniable to highlight distinguishing prints as those of Butter Goods. Read more…
The company draws on many '80s and '90s credits, yet using premium textiles and modern fits to depict its own vision of two decades of streetwear. It's common to spot Ghostface Killah's quotes right next to cartoon mentions or takeoffs of famous logo, it's not weird. And all of this paired with vintage patterns and odd detailing, leading to a throwback sensation which is pretty significant in color-block sweats, chinos and logo T-shirts from the last drop. Butter Goods is now regarded as the avant-garde of skate culture, an inspiration for emerging brands struggling to create something innovative - scroll down to see more!