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{"author":"Sally Paton","body":"<h1>STRATEAS CARLUCCI</h1>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\">\r\n\tHailing from Melbourne, Australia, STRATEAS CARLUCCI is a creative collaboration between Peter Strateas and Mario-Luca Carlucci. Founded in 2013, the label quickly garnered impressive accolades for its expertly constructed designs where structure, texture and fabric are of the utmost importance. While Peter and Mario-Luca remain highly focused on the principles of design, they know that fashion has a cultural significance that extends beyond aesthetics. Their vision expanded into creating designs for men and women that are both timeless and subversive. Each garment has hand-crafted elements, contributing to the structured, minimalist aesthetic of the designs, which unite with subtle references to underground subcultures and art movements.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<br>\r\nMeeting with Peter and Mario-Luca to discuss their designs feels more akin to speaking with conceptual artists. The label is fascinated by duality and the merging of binary opposites, particularly art and design and masculinity and femininity, creating collections led by a concept. Working in a small team, they are able to remain highly reactive to conversations and questions surrounding the industry and have attracted an audience who “won’t compromise quality over cost, who are curious about the processes involved, and the creative, conceptual storytelling behind each garment.” Through their thoughtful design and art series, they can live with the questions, actively seeking solutions and new modes of operating in the world to activate the minds and spirits of their audience and beyond.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<br>\r\nThe STRATEAS CARLUCCI studio is always buzzing and busy. Mario-Luca has two children, River, aged 4, and Ryder, aged 10, who spends days after school involved in little projects (we have heard rumblings of a new kids line!). They also have their studio pup, Raf, roaming the floor, creating a familial, happy mix alongside their small and close-knit team. STRATEAS CARLUCCI is more of a lifestyle of Mario-Luca and Peter, so it always includes their private worlds, with the personal and the professional feeding into each other. We are lucky to have shared a conversation with the two designers to discuss their practice of finding new mediums, perspectives and solutions to employ and express through the creation of their bold yet enduring designs.\r\n</p>\r\n<p>\r\n\t<br><strong>How would you best describe what you do professionally? </strong> <br>\r\n\t We’d best describe ourselves as creatives. Although the main medium we work with is fashion, and the tangible element of that is garments, it’s much more than that for us. Like any art form, there is a deep conceptual component to our work, which lives beyond the physical garments. The research and storytelling combined with the cross-design disciplines, including art and design, are found in many shapes and forms.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n</p>\r\n<section class=\"blog-parallax-1\">\r\n<section class=\"photo-1\">\r\n<img src=\"/product_images/import/SCT-parallax-1-asset-1.jpg\">\r\n</section><section class=\"photo-2\">\r\n<img src=\"/product_images/import/SCT-parallax-1-asset-2.jpg\">\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n            \"If a garment hasn't been thoughtfully designed,     \r\n\t<strong>ethically produced </strong> and consciously sourced...\"\r\n</p>\r\n</section><section class=\"photo-3\">\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\"It is most likely \r\n\t<br>\r\n\t<em>not going to <br>\r\n\tstand the test\r\n\t</em>\r\n\tof time.\"\r\n</p>\r\n<p>\r\n\t<img src=\"/product_images/import/SCT-parallax-1-asset-3.jpg\">\r\n</p>\r\n</section><section class=\"photo-4\">\r\n<p>\r\n\t<img src=\"/product_images/import/SCT-parallax-1-asset-4.jpg\">\r\n</p>\r\n</section></section><section class=\"blog-parallax-2\">\r\n<img src=\"/product_images/import/SCT-parallax-2-asset-5.jpg\" class=\"photo-1\">\r\n<br>\r\n<strong>What drew you to fashion design? What do you enjoy about it? </strong> <br>\r\n\t We found that fashion allows us the freedom to explore both the conceptual and the commercial. It allows us to investigate many different ideas and concepts, as each season almost acts as a new project, where we can build on past concepts or explore new ideas. Fashion is a fast-paced industry, and we like challenging ourselves each season and developing new ways of working, including new techniques and technologies. It’s not stagnant, making it exciting and challenging, always allowing room for growth and development.\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tWhat inspires you professionally?\r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nProfessionally, you face many challenges in this industry, so what inspires us is the pursuit of bettering ourselves and our brand. This includes being agile, adapting to the ever-changing industry, and learning to grow and accept change.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tTell me about your day-to-day. Where do you live? What does a typical day look like for you?\r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nWe live and work in Melbourne, which is a very inspiring city to be as a creative. You are surrounded by other like-minded creatives, and there is a thriving cultural and arts scene. Our studio is based in Brunswick East, and our building was once a hosiery manufacturer, so there’s a link and history to the fashion and textile industry. Our team is small, and we spend most of our days multitasking and working on multiple projects, from new collection development to production, shoot planning, concept building and research. It’s a great environment to work in. We are fortunate enough to have lots of space with beautiful natural light. We manufacture all our collections in Melbourne and develop everything in-house.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tWhat is exciting for you about the current Australian creative landscape?\r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nAustralia has really become a major international contender when it comes to all things creative. From fashion, art, music, food and wine, design in general – Australia is certainly pushing boundaries and taking charge. We love being included in that and sharing our story. There are so many talented creatives in Australia. Personally, it seemed for a while that perhaps Australia was shadowed by other major markets like Europe and the USA, however over the past decade, it seems we are now breaking through and making our mark.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tDo you think there’s a common thread in Australian design and creativity? Something within the realm of design or dressing that feels innately Australian?\r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nWe believe that the ‘Australian attitude’ is the common thread. In Australia, the overall attitude feels more wholesome and relaxed. There is a value placed on having a work/life balance, and we pride ourselves on being caring, mindful and collaborative. No matter what aesthetic your brand or what style or categories you make, our collective attitude remains the same and reflects in all our work.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tHow would you describe your personal style?\r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nWe dress minimal, comfortable and almost always in black. We love textiles and surface design, so although garments may be black, they will always be textured. We enjoy mixing and matching styles, from a simple tailored pant, a pair of sneakers, or a quality tailored jacket, worn over a cotton baggy pleat pant. Our aim is to make garments that suit the modern wardrobe, have a classic sensibility and last the test of time. With that in mind, we love mixing past collection favourites with some new additions.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tIs there a piece from your wardrobe that you ‘can’t do without’?\r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nFor Peter, it would be his classic tailored Proto Blazer. He wears a version of this almost on the daily. For Mario-Luca, it’s the baggy pleated pant. Again, he owns multiple versions and wears them religiously.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tWhat does luxury mean to you? \r\n\t</strong>\r\n</p>\r\n<blockquote>\r\n\t“Luxury is time. Spend it wisely and concisely. Don’t waste it. The same mantra is applied to fashion.” \r\n\t<br>\r\n\t<strong><img src=\"/product_images/import/SCT-parallax-2-asset-6.jpg\">\r\n\t</strong>\r\n</blockquote>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tTell me a little about Strateas Carlucci. What motivated you to start the label?\r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nSTRATEAS CARLUCCI was born organically and has grown organically over the years. We simply wanted to make beautiful collections, collaborate with amazing creatives and explore and push personal and creative boundaries.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tWho do you design for? \r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nWe design for a customer who appreciates locally, ethically and consciously made products of quality. Those who won’t compromise quality over cost, who are curious about the processes involved, and the creative, conceptual storytelling behind each garment. They care for the planet and the people who occupy it and love great fashion.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tWhat is your approach to design? How do you make a garment or accessory timeless? And lasting?\r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nWe tend to steer clear of trends and design our collections based off fundamental wardrobe essentials. Although we make new collections each season, you will find it’s like a continuation from one to the next. Good design, to us, will last the test of time, both physically in its quality and construction, and in its appearance. Fit and form are essential to this process, so we put in a lot of work to ensure garments fit how they are supposed to and are constructed in the best way, without compromise.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tAre the majority of your pieces designed to be unisex? \r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nWhen we design a collection, we begin with a concept. The collections are not driven by gender and categories; therefore, we think of this from a holistic approach. We have always championed the idea of genderless clothing, as it’s made for everyone. You will find most of our items are shot and styled on all genders, male, female and non-binary.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tYou produce everything ethically and locally in Melbourne. \r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nSince the brand’s inception, we have made 100% of our collections in Melbourne, working with local and accredited manufacturers. We love the idea of supporting and working with our local community. We are fortunate enough to still have some amazing and talented manufacturers in Melbourne, ranging in all kinds of specialised areas, from tailoring to knitwear, jerseys and more. We have built great relationships with our collaborators over the years, and they have become an extension of our team.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\n\tWhat are some changes you’ve noted in the fashion industry in recent times?  \r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nCustomers are much savvier and more researched nowadays, which has put a lot of much-welcomed pressure on the fashion industry. There are ongoing conversations around sustainability, ethical production, diversity in the industry, image diversity, gender equality and general transparency on how brands operate. Fashion brands are now being held accountable and scrutinised, which has opened up the conversation around these topics and makes it harder for larger corporations to hide. We are supportive of all these changes, and we know that we, too, have a long way to go. Being a small team, we are able to listen to these conversations and comments, some of which are directed to us from our customers, others that are general topics, and can take action and make changes where needed.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\nYou’re also exploring the re-use and repurposing of deadstock and fashion waste in a series of non-fashion experiments called “Art-Series”. What ideas or issues does this series aim to explore?\r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nFashion for us is more than just a garment or finished product. It’s the concept and idea behind it. We explore other design disciplines to help us visually articulate these concepts, and over the years, have created a body of work called ‘Art-Series’. We aim to use deadstock fabric remnants in the majority of our collections, and we also have a zero-waste policy in our studio. If we can’t re-use the garments or fabrics in the collection for whatever reason (sometimes damaged, or off-cuts which would be considered waste), we include these in our Art-Series to help highlight a particular issue or message. We’ve explored concepts around sustainability in what we call ‘Co-Exist’.\r\n</p>\r\n<p style=\"color: #333333;\" class=\"text\">\r\n\t<strong><br>\r\nOh yes. I did read on your site - you describe it as a place “Where nature and civilisation live in harmony”. What are some pieces you’ve created under that banner? \r\n\t</strong> <br>\r\nIn one instance, we buried biodegradable wool products and watched these decompose over time via a timelapse. In another instance, we did a shoot with native Australian flora intertwined with some vegan leather garments, highlighting the idea of fashion and nature living in harmony. In a series we called ‘Fab-briquette’, we made fabric sculptures constructed from waste. 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STRATEAS CARLUCCI

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, STRATEAS CARLUCCI is a creative collaboration between Peter Strateas and Mario-Luca Carlucci. Founded in 2013, the label quickly garnered impressive accolades for its expertly constructed designs where structure, texture and fabric are of the utmost importance. While Peter and Mario-Luca remain highly focused on the principles of design, they know that fashion has a cultural significance that extends beyond aesthetics. Their vision expanded into creating designs for men and women that are both timeless and subversive. Each garment has hand-crafted elements, contributing to the structured, minimalist aesthetic of the designs, which unite with subtle references to underground subcultures and art movements.


Meeting with Peter and Mario-Luca to discuss their designs feels more akin to speaking with conceptual artists. The label is fascinated by duality and the merging of binary opposites, particularly art and design and masculinity and femininity, creating collections led by a concept. Working in a small team, they are able to remain highly reactive to conversations and questions surrounding the industry and have attracted an audience who “won’t compromise quality over cost, who are curious about the processes involved, and the creative, conceptual storytelling behind each garment.” Through their thoughtful design and art series, they can live with the questions, actively seeking solutions and new modes of operating in the world to activate the minds and spirits of their audience and beyond.


The STRATEAS CARLUCCI studio is always buzzing and busy. Mario-Luca has two children, River, aged 4, and Ryder, aged 10, who spends days after school involved in little projects (we have heard rumblings of a new kids line!). They also have their studio pup, Raf, roaming the floor, creating a familial, happy mix alongside their small and close-knit team. STRATEAS CARLUCCI is more of a lifestyle of Mario-Luca and Peter, so it always includes their private worlds, with the personal and the professional feeding into each other. We are lucky to have shared a conversation with the two designers to discuss their practice of finding new mediums, perspectives and solutions to employ and express through the creation of their bold yet enduring designs.


How would you best describe what you do professionally?
We’d best describe ourselves as creatives. Although the main medium we work with is fashion, and the tangible element of that is garments, it’s much more than that for us. Like any art form, there is a deep conceptual component to our work, which lives beyond the physical garments. The research and storytelling combined with the cross-design disciplines, including art and design, are found in many shapes and forms.

"If a garment hasn't been thoughtfully designed, ethically produced and consciously sourced..."

"It is most likely
not going to
stand the test
of time."


What drew you to fashion design? What do you enjoy about it?
We found that fashion allows us the freedom to explore both the conceptual and the commercial. It allows us to investigate many different ideas and concepts, as each season almost acts as a new project, where we can build on past concepts or explore new ideas. Fashion is a fast-paced industry, and we like challenging ourselves each season and developing new ways of working, including new techniques and technologies. It’s not stagnant, making it exciting and challenging, always allowing room for growth and development.


What inspires you professionally?

Professionally, you face many challenges in this industry, so what inspires us is the pursuit of bettering ourselves and our brand. This includes being agile, adapting to the ever-changing industry, and learning to grow and accept change.


Tell me about your day-to-day. Where do you live? What does a typical day look like for you?

We live and work in Melbourne, which is a very inspiring city to be as a creative. You are surrounded by other like-minded creatives, and there is a thriving cultural and arts scene. Our studio is based in Brunswick East, and our building was once a hosiery manufacturer, so there’s a link and history to the fashion and textile industry. Our team is small, and we spend most of our days multitasking and working on multiple projects, from new collection development to production, shoot planning, concept building and research. It’s a great environment to work in. We are fortunate enough to have lots of space with beautiful natural light. We manufacture all our collections in Melbourne and develop everything in-house.


What is exciting for you about the current Australian creative landscape?

Australia has really become a major international contender when it comes to all things creative. From fashion, art, music, food and wine, design in general – Australia is certainly pushing boundaries and taking charge. We love being included in that and sharing our story. There are so many talented creatives in Australia. Personally, it seemed for a while that perhaps Australia was shadowed by other major markets like Europe and the USA, however over the past decade, it seems we are now breaking through and making our mark.


Do you think there’s a common thread in Australian design and creativity? Something within the realm of design or dressing that feels innately Australian?

We believe that the ‘Australian attitude’ is the common thread. In Australia, the overall attitude feels more wholesome and relaxed. There is a value placed on having a work/life balance, and we pride ourselves on being caring, mindful and collaborative. No matter what aesthetic your brand or what style or categories you make, our collective attitude remains the same and reflects in all our work.


How would you describe your personal style?

We dress minimal, comfortable and almost always in black. We love textiles and surface design, so although garments may be black, they will always be textured. We enjoy mixing and matching styles, from a simple tailored pant, a pair of sneakers, or a quality tailored jacket, worn over a cotton baggy pleat pant. Our aim is to make garments that suit the modern wardrobe, have a classic sensibility and last the test of time. With that in mind, we love mixing past collection favourites with some new additions.


Is there a piece from your wardrobe that you ‘can’t do without’?

For Peter, it would be his classic tailored Proto Blazer. He wears a version of this almost on the daily. For Mario-Luca, it’s the baggy pleated pant. Again, he owns multiple versions and wears them religiously.


What does luxury mean to you?

“Luxury is time. Spend it wisely and concisely. Don’t waste it. The same mantra is applied to fashion.”


Tell me a little about Strateas Carlucci. What motivated you to start the label?

STRATEAS CARLUCCI was born organically and has grown organically over the years. We simply wanted to make beautiful collections, collaborate with amazing creatives and explore and push personal and creative boundaries.


Who do you design for?

We design for a customer who appreciates locally, ethically and consciously made products of quality. Those who won’t compromise quality over cost, who are curious about the processes involved, and the creative, conceptual storytelling behind each garment. They care for the planet and the people who occupy it and love great fashion.


What is your approach to design? How do you make a garment or accessory timeless? And lasting?

We tend to steer clear of trends and design our collections based off fundamental wardrobe essentials. Although we make new collections each season, you will find it’s like a continuation from one to the next. Good design, to us, will last the test of time, both physically in its quality and construction, and in its appearance. Fit and form are essential to this process, so we put in a lot of work to ensure garments fit how they are supposed to and are constructed in the best way, without compromise.


Are the majority of your pieces designed to be unisex?

When we design a collection, we begin with a concept. The collections are not driven by gender and categories; therefore, we think of this from a holistic approach. We have always championed the idea of genderless clothing, as it’s made for everyone. You will find most of our items are shot and styled on all genders, male, female and non-binary.


You produce everything ethically and locally in Melbourne.

Since the brand’s inception, we have made 100% of our collections in Melbourne, working with local and accredited manufacturers. We love the idea of supporting and working with our local community. We are fortunate enough to still have some amazing and talented manufacturers in Melbourne, ranging in all kinds of specialised areas, from tailoring to knitwear, jerseys and more. We have built great relationships with our collaborators over the years, and they have become an extension of our team.


What are some changes you’ve noted in the fashion industry in recent times?

Customers are much savvier and more researched nowadays, which has put a lot of much-welcomed pressure on the fashion industry. There are ongoing conversations around sustainability, ethical production, diversity in the industry, image diversity, gender equality and general transparency on how brands operate. Fashion brands are now being held accountable and scrutinised, which has opened up the conversation around these topics and makes it harder for larger corporations to hide. We are supportive of all these changes, and we know that we, too, have a long way to go. Being a small team, we are able to listen to these conversations and comments, some of which are directed to us from our customers, others that are general topics, and can take action and make changes where needed.


You’re also exploring the re-use and repurposing of deadstock and fashion waste in a series of non-fashion experiments called “Art-Series”. What ideas or issues does this series aim to explore?

Fashion for us is more than just a garment or finished product. It’s the concept and idea behind it. We explore other design disciplines to help us visually articulate these concepts, and over the years, have created a body of work called ‘Art-Series’. We aim to use deadstock fabric remnants in the majority of our collections, and we also have a zero-waste policy in our studio. If we can’t re-use the garments or fabrics in the collection for whatever reason (sometimes damaged, or off-cuts which would be considered waste), we include these in our Art-Series to help highlight a particular issue or message. We’ve explored concepts around sustainability in what we call ‘Co-Exist’.


Oh yes. I did read on your site - you describe it as a place “Where nature and civilisation live in harmony”. What are some pieces you’ve created under that banner?

In one instance, we buried biodegradable wool products and watched these decompose over time via a timelapse. In another instance, we did a shoot with native Australian flora intertwined with some vegan leather garments, highlighting the idea of fashion and nature living in harmony. In a series we called ‘Fab-briquette’, we made fabric sculptures constructed from waste. This is something we are hoping to continue to grow and evolve.


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