CUE

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Cue may have been founded in the ’60s on the Mod London look, but its roots are firmly Aus­tralian. Cel­e­brat­ing 50 years in the busi­ness, the brand is now the na­tion’s largest lo­cal fash­ion man­u­fac­turer. Over the past five decades Cue’s aes­thetic has evolved from flower power to disco fever, ’90s min­i­mal­ism and noughties max­i­mal­ism, set­tling as a one-stop-shop for fash­ion-for­ward work­wear, and evening wear with an un­der­stated el­e­gance. Sleek tai­lor­ing and so­phis­ti­cated trend pieces de­fine each range – which drop weekly. Still owned by the Le­vis fam­ily who started it all, Cue is ac­cred­ited by Eth­i­cal Cloth­ing Aus­tralia to en­sure its work­ers are treated fairly. And with more than 50 bou­tiques to its name, the la­bel is step­ping into its next half-cen­tury in style.

CUE, jump­suit, $400

CUE, jacket, $390

CUE, skirt, $275.

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