Category / Ksubi
It’s been said you can tell a man by his shoes, and we’re not referring to the size. Gentlemen, let’s face it, when meeting men, women look at two things: shoes and hair. We don’t sell haircuts at Black Box, but we certainly know a lot about shoes. The new range of Ksubi boots will get the ladies turning heads. We have the shin cut, sturdy working class, Bren. Then there’s the ankle high, slightly suaver, Jacob. And last but not least, the classic, round toed, shoe for any occasion, Buckley. Grab a pair of these and there is the high chance you might not make it out of the changing room…
“One should either be a work of art,
or wear a work of art.”
Sunglasses weren’t invented when Mr. Wilde was alive, but if they were, you’d be sure such a flamboyant deceiver would have worn them at night. Whether it’s the film set lights; the paparazzi flashes; because you’re incognito in the club; or they’re just too damn cool to take off, the new Ksubi sunglasses are the perfect accessory for this Saturday night. We have three new styles fruity enough to bring the dandy out in you. View the new styles at our online shop http://www.blackboxboutique.com/collections/accessories/sunglasses.
Photo credit: Florence Noble http://www.florencenoble.com/
Nothing like a sample sale to brighten your Black Friday. We have channelled the fashion spirits and opened up a medium to the other side. The other side of what you ask? The fashion industry… wooooooooooooo! [Errie noises, furniture rattling, ice cold drafts.] The beautiful witches at Public Library are throwing a Sample Sale Séance this Friday the 13th. Make contact with Lonely Hearts, Maurie & Eve, Therese Rawsthorne, Ksubi, and Vanishing Elephant samples. Everything will be uncannily cheap. There will be exclusive styles that never saw the light of day: shoes, heels, dresses, blouses, coats; garments brought back from the grave of next season! Spine-chilling. Ask the staff at Black Box Surrey Crescent for the secret handshake that will gain you access to Public Library. [Mysteriously situated behind Black Box.]
Black Box Boutique: awesome clothes, friendly staff, and….. false advertising. Say hi to Ryan & Gosling. Seems that Friday here at Surrey Crescent we are all about the cords. Ryan wears an Opening Ceremony cord suit, Ksubi shoes, and a Commoner’s_Alike shirt. Mr Gosling wears Doc’s, Dr Denim cords, and a Claude Maus tee. Both wear Moscot ‘lemtosh’ sunglasses. All items listed are currently in stock. Signatures are going free with every purchase. xo
Born from the depths of Sydney’s Northern Beaches ksubi has evolved into one of the most notorious fashion labels in the world. Undeniably original, they’ve become infamous for doing things their own way. The result has earned them a significant reputation along with a cult following.
Ksubi has never failed to grab peoples attention; whether it is releasing one hundred live rats into the crowd at their first fashion show STRANGERS IN PARADISE Mercedes Australian Fashion Week; or the likes of their raunchy online sex pop culture magazine SEX & FASHION; or their KSUBI FOR DICKHEADS campaign that used male genitalia to model their sunglass range, they’ve managed to consistently raise the bar in shameless self promotion through cheek and frivolity. For ksubi, the mess and noise created along the way is as much a part of the reward as the collectable denim or sought after fashion they design.
Taking an innovative, and at times outrageous (perhaps its secret to success) approach towards fashion, ksubi has built a brand that breed’s creativity. From humble beginnings described as “hard work, music, parties, surfing, skating, more music, more parties, more surfing, more skating”, ksubi had developed its unique lifestyle aesthetic and has grown the brand into a phenomenon of its own making.
‘WAR’, ksubi’s latest collection, is a salute to those fighting against the global system, and takes inspiration from those strong enough to stand tough. Ksubi approaches the concept of ‘Luxury Street’ with its notorious style this collection, combining disparate elements to create a new hybrid aesthetic to shake-up the city. ‘WAR’ redefines the way eternal ksubi swagger is worn. Working closely with famed stylist, Christine Centenera on the collection, ksubi gave rebirth to the rebellious grunge of the ‘90s and modernised it with an engineered sensibility.