Photography by Mr Giuseppe Santamaria of Men In This Town

Model - Adam Baidawi


Let us re-introduce you to Christian Kimber: a fresh vision of Australian style, inspired by our life in Melbourne.

We’ve been working for a while now to create refined silhouettes – things that better reflect the functionality required of a modern lifestyle. The result? A very Australian-inspired aesthetic.

In our first collection, we wanted to create easy, enduring pieces. Each garment has been classically constructed to outlive its owner. With luxurious textures and incredibly wearable fits, our goal was to build a modern wardrobe of everyday classics. (We think we’ve succeeded.)

We began by sourcing the very best fabrics from all over the world, highlighted by yarns from Italy and Japan in our utilitarian garments. Thoughtful construction methods optimise the fit of each piece – there’s a lot of love, care and detail in every part of this collection.

These are our new classics: lightweight chinos and textured coats, crisp field jackets and perfect polos. Naturally, we’ve built clothing designed to complement our iconic footwear. We believe we’ve crafted everything you need to make the art of getting dressed effortless.

Some pieces are available now in store, others will be arriving soon and are ready for pre-order.

Understated and simple, this is our take on Australian style at its finest.

Adam Baidawi

We created clothing for the lives and habits of real men. For this first season, we focus on our personal friend and modern man of style, Adam Baidawi.

Adam is an Iraqi-Australian writer and photographer. His work has appeared internationally through GQ, Vogue, Esquire, CNN and Rolling Stone. Adam was awarded Young Writer of the Year at the 2017 Publish Awards, for his reporting from Pyongyang, New York and Parliament House. A rising star of the Australian writing world, lived a week in Adam’s life for our first lookbook.

Enjoy, and don’t hesitate to contact us at all, our first collection is small in size and quantity.

— Working At Home —

Microluxe Apartment in Fitzroy

Our Cotton Blouson

The show-stopper of our inaugural collection, this meticulously crafted blouson feels like a cardigan but looks like an effortlessly smart and structured knit. Made from a Japanese mélange cotton that brings together four different colours of yarn, it’s finished with a ribbed trim.

Shop Sunday Style

— The Sugar Hit —

Piccolina Gelateria - Smith Street in Fitzoy.

Our Chinos

These garment-dyed and ever so slightly cropped trousers boast a relaxed silhouette. Wider in the thigh yet narrow at the ankle, the comfortable fit looks best when rolled at the cuff and paired with a with our Grandpa Shirt.

Shop the Piccolina Gelateria Look

— The Working Lunch —

Vacation Cafe - Melbourne

Our Blazers

Our house cut, unstructured blazer, is closer to structured knitwear than suiting. Made in Italy, it's made from the highest quality birdseye cotton, garment-dyed for a softer, broken-in feel.

Shop the Vacation Cafe Look

— The Book Hunt —

The Paperback Bookshop - Melbourne

The Field Jacket

Field jackets have a timeless cool about them, introducing our signature jacket. Cut from soft Japanese cotton twill and fitted with four flap pockets, it’s inspired by the utility and functionality of vintage M65 jackets. Unlined for lightness, it sports a two-way zip with snap fastenings, a stand collar, buttoned epaulettes and an internal drawstring waist.

Shop The Book Shop Look

— The Gallery —

Neon Parc - Brunswick, Melbourne

Our Overcoat

Our Winter coat is perfect for travel and is designed to layer over knitwear to keep you warm. The unlined construction shows off the expert craftsmanship. Tailored in Italy from navy wool, it may look simple, it's taken a lot of work to make.

Shop The Gallery Look

— An Afternoon Stroll —

Fitzroy Gardens, East Melbourne

Our Overcoat

Make an assured declaration of good taste with our classic overcoat in a beautiful blend of Wool/Mohair and Alpaca. We believe it's more important to invest in a few well-made pieces than to stock up on things you'll never wear

Good things come to those who wait

I hope you're as excited about our first collection as we are.

We will be launching each item from the lookbook over the coming three months, so keep an eye on our website or sign up to our newsletter.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us here.

View The Collection