After Fashion Week wraps up, Double Rainbouu will be black swan gift shop travelling overseas to launch their brand.
Inspired by the vintage prints and the Australian beach culture, the entrepreneurs launched a range of stylish Hawaiian shirts with a mix of tropical florals and fun prints.'We went into a bit of a dizzy spin to be honest Mr Nolan said.It doesn't get much better to be honest.Double Rainbouu in January 2016 after they saw an opening in the market for Hawaiian shirts.Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Mr Nolan said the idea sprung into mind after the two men were holidaying in Bangkok in October 2016.We didn't send him any product either so it was a total surprise.Flat rate international shipping and limited stock available.'Then Tokyo on the way home for an event with one of our stores and some meetings with accounts.'They're an item of clothing that quite a wide group of people are willing to get a bit loud with.'.
Scroll down for video, australian label Double Rainbouu features a stylish collection of Hawaiian shirts for men and women (pictured).
'We are super excited Mr Nolan said.
HondurasHong of AntillesCuracaoSint MaartenNew CaledoniaNew New Kitts and NevisSaint LuciaSt.But the former art and creative directors of Ksubi - Mikey Nolan, 39, and Toby Jones, 37, are putting a chic new spin on the classic Hawaiian shirt.Pierre and MiquelonSurinameSvalbard and Jan Mayen and and Caicos Arab EmiratesUnited (Holy See)VenezuelaVietnamWallis and Futuna.'We designed Resort and Spring together so we have a while until we have to design again, but we will think on the road.'.The two Sydney friends - who have worked together in the fashion industry for nearly 10 years - launched their label.'We go to New York for a couple of brand launches straight after Fashion Week he said.And what makes their Hawaiian shirts different from the rest of the fashion industry?'For the current collection we were interested in the idea of escape and looked at places like Goa and Ibiza in the 70's.'We saw a place for a brand that is playful but has some attitude - that is cool, youthful and sexy.
The prints reflect a lifetime spent by the beach and all that it represents, drawing upon a world of fashion, art and sub culture.