'Nothing is more attractive than you being you' - LYNX.
And that’s why male grooming brand LYNX has partnered with fashion designer Felix Chan (formerly Vanishing Elephant) to create the FIND YOUR MAGIC Collection.
The limited edition men's accessories are inspired by its Daily Fragrance range and three individuals who stand out for doing things differently; chef Nathan Sasi, tattoo artist Giorgia Mae and hairdresser Jules Tognini.
The FIND YOUR MAGIC Collection is exclusively available at The MITT Mrkt. with all proceeds made to LYNX's charity partner, I-Manifest, a charity focused on fostering creativity, design thinking, entrepreneurship and innovation through project-based activities to encourage young Australians to utilise their inner creativity and unleash their potential.
Tattoo artist Giorgia Mae of Hibernia Tattoo and previously Bondi Ink teamed up with Felix Chan to design three accessories for her FIND YOUR MAGIC collection - a silk scarf, an arrow tie and a pair of plaid socks. Pattern and plaid are heavily incorporated into Giorgia's accessories, playing homage to her Scottish heritage which has heavily influenced her life and complements her unique style.
Nathan Sasi of Good Times Artisan Ice Cream and newly-opened Mercado restaurant is not afraid to stand out. Nathan channelled his passion for flavour experimentation and food presentation to design his eclectic FIND YOUR MAGIC collection. Nathan collaborated with Felix Chan to design a bespoke silk pocket square, a pair of cross socks and a classic patterned tie inspired by his love of old-school fashion.
Jules Tognini, Australian Hairdresser of the Year for the past three years, passion for hair and grooming is an extension of his love of fashion, believing that hair can be a fashion accessory in itself. Indigos, tie-dye and denims are heavily incorporated into Jules' collection to showcase his mantra; dance to your own rhythm. Jules collaborated with Felix Chan to design a blue bandana, tie-dye pair of socks and a blunt end tie to reflect his style.