University Apparel Takes A Step Up This O’Week With The Fifth Label


If you’re at all familiar with branded clothing that university offers, you’ll know it isn’t anything to get too excited about. The traditional varsity-style wear students have become accustomed too isn’t really something that’s on-trend or a style most would opt to wear socially; however, faith has been restored.

If you’re heading to the University of Adelaide’s 2018 Orientation week during February 19th-21st, you’ll be lucky enough to be among the first to be able to purchase the new University apparel.

The University of Adelaide has teamed up with Adelaide-based Australian Fashion Label’s The Fifth Label to create a progressive range of University branded clothing that is on-trend and reflective of the styles students and young graduates wear socially. The range features a grey slouchy tank ($19.95), re-worked track jumper ($64.95), and a white fitted tee ($24.95).

“University clothing has been growing in popularity right across Australia, and it helps students to feel a sense of pride and belonging at their university,” says Anita Head, University of Adelaide’ Deputy Director of Marketing and Communications.

“In partnership with Australian Fashion Labels, who produce The Fifth Label apparel brand, we’ve developed affordable pieces that reflect the relaxed and comfortable style that students are already wearing, and have drawn on the aesthetic and creative direction of The Fifth Label,” says Ms Head.

Australian Fashion Labels is a group of leading Australian fashion designers based on North Terrace, across the road from the main University of Adelaide campus. Sarah Thompson, Global Marketing Manager, from Australian Fashion Labels says this is the first time The Fifth Label has collaborated on a project like this for branded clothing.

“The Fifth Label, among our range, provided a great alignment of values and desired outcomes, and we feel the collaboration with the University of Adelaide offers a versatile, fashionable look for students,” says Zoey Vink, Head Designer at The Fifth Label.

“The clothing we’ve developed reflects modern styles, trends and functionality, and is similar in style to our monthly collections so we know they work and are very wearable,” says Ms Vink.

The line is available in women’s sizes as The Fifth Label is a women’s apparel brand; however the University plans to reinvest proceeds into a men’s or a unisex range.

The clothing will be launched at a pop-up store at the University’s North Terrace campus during orientation week, but if you’re not going to have a chance to get down there, you can also purchase online here



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