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Individual Edits and Editorials that feature Wolftress Pieces


SHOP THE SUMMER EDIT Sale! Quick ViewANCIENT SOUL ROMPER White $ 180.00 $ 54.00 Sale! Quick ViewANCIENT SOUL ROMPER BLACK $ 180.00 $ 54.00 Quick ViewCangshan skirt – YANG $ 80.00 Quick ViewErhai Lake Sleeveless – YANG $ 160.00 Quick ViewMoon Shadow Bralette – YANG $ 85.00 Quick ViewAncient Soul Jumpsuit – Black $ 210.00 Imagine creating in your own paradise at home. Kick [...]

Agato | Handwoven belts

Wolftress partnered with the artisans of Agato in Ecuador's highlands to produce the handwoven fabrics used in both the AWAKENING and the NATIVE ROOTS collection. The Artisans are family run businesses that sell their weavings as belts at local markets. A craft that is run by families and handed down to family members over countless generations. BUY [...]

Zhoucheng | Stitch resist

Wolftress traveled to Zhoucheng, China and partnered with the Bai Artisans to create the fabric of their WE ARE WARRIORS collection. The traditional technique that these artisans utilise is the stitch resist indigo dye. Enabling them to create a multitude of patterns with the location of one stitch. BUY YOUR BAI ARTSANAL PIECE Quick ViewCangshan [...]

The Goddess Edit

All the golden hues paired with classic whites and blacks. The goddess look is something that can ultimately be achieved anywhere. Be it on the streets of Tulum or the beach side resorts of the upper North Coast. Roam with shoes off or glam it up with your favourite heels. Our pieces are for you [...]

Wolftress Style Edit – Layering the Mini Skirt

We are loving the Mini skirt this season. It's the perfect piece for getting a stylish and layered style. It also translates nicely into the cooler nights by adding some high socks and boots with a scarf and slick accessories. Whether your the edgy rocker girl, the glamorous showstopper or the classic minimalist we're going [...]

Wolftress Style Edit | The Casual Wide Leg

KICKING BACK WITH THE WIDE LEG PANT - versatile - feminine - bold - An all time favourite wardrobe staple for getting the effortless statement wolftress style.With a flattering fitted waistline defining your bold femininity followed through with a wide, loose fit leg. You can style them to be super chic or gutsy and cool. The [...]

Wolftress Style Edit | The Blazer

THE BLAZER Bold and Empowering Style In between seasons the blazer is one of our favourite wardrobe staples. Whether your wearing heels or kicks, jeans or a dress, the blazer instantly transforms your outfit into an edgy and powerful statement. The Wolftress Sacred Pagoda Blazer is inspired by the modern warrior. THE WOLFTRESS BLAZER The Sacred [...]

Backless Story | EDIT

For those that need that perfect black number – its got to be this jumpsuit. We’re not saying it because its our design, but we’ve designed it to have the most subtle and flattering cuts. Do you need something super classy, stylish and flattering? I’ve listed a few points why. High neck line – perfect […]

Minimal and Monochrome | Holly Titheridge

Minimal and monochrome is exactly what you get with the feed from Base Colour. Evolving from a love of fashion and styling, we asked Holly to put her creative skills to work to create  outfit inspirations with a few of our key pieces. Using her unique eye for style she interpreted key trends and transfer them into a […]

Architectural streets

Words and Photography by Julia Pavel  Strong, confident and wild was the inspiration for styling, hair and makeup. Modern Warriors in the urban jungle. I found the locations for this shooting in Sydneys’ side streets, seeking out its defined architecture and structures. The colour concept was clearly inspired from Wolftress’ current WE ARE WARRIORS collection […]

Ripped Jeans and Tee | EDIT

The rip in my jeans honestly only came from a hole the size of my thumb – NOW its as big as my knee. Lucky for me, everyone happens to have one big hole in their jeans … just like me. I wonder if theres started as small as the thumb hole? Photography: Mark Isaacs […]