After all the pieces have clicked together, and a journey has been shared, there’s no better feeling than basking in others’ ricocheted success. The Kerrin team was chuffed to do just that recently, by playing a small part in an epic editorial photoshoot in GQ Australia featuring model Nathan McGuire, with creative direction by one of our favourite stylists, Rhys Ripper. Being among the first in the industry to tap into the Kerrin.co vibe when the label was in its infancy, Rhys holds a special place in our hearts. From the get go, Rhys championed our “premium make, casual Australian aesthetic” as well as our “take it slowly, do it well” approach.
The September/October 2020 print edition of GQ Australia celebrated indigenous strength and influence through the confluent duo of model Nathan McGuire, who hails from the Wadjuk Noongar tribe in Western Australia’s Swan Valley region, and Rhys, who wears his Yorta Yorta heritage with dignity and pride. The editorial “Moorditj Djoowak” which means “strong generations” in Noongar language is a visual fusing of fashion, indigenous identity, cultural traditions and modern-day living, photographed beautifully by Jake Terrey.
Congratulations to both Rhys and Nathan. We’re thrilled that the Kerrin linen Holiday Shirt in Cypress Green was part of this special shoot.
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October Issue GQ Australia featuring model Nathan McGuire