This season Antipodium takes a trip. Cruising through burning sunsets and truck stop diners, midnight roadhouse bars and lonely tumbledown motels, Goodbye Horses draws on a sense of adventure; that rush of excitement, of growing up, hitting the road and being free.
With Q Lazzarus’ ‘80s electro-pop track Goodbye Horses as its soundtrack, Antipodium’s road trippers wear a palette of rich tans and warm desert browns, apricot, dusk and tobacco, with gingham and tweed, corduroy and super-soft wools faded and textured like polished agate.
Goodbye Horses’ narrative – of escape and freedom – is holiday and festival friendly, the uniform of laid back travellers exploring the world under the winter skies. But there’s a poignant beauty to this journey, the desert bisected by the endless freeway – this is the American West of David Lynch, of JT Leroy’s Sarah, influenced by Finch’s own experiences growing up in rural Australia.
All the way from East London, we bring you Antipodium...
Get your hoof on before it gallops out the door!