20 May, 2016. 09:45
ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact
INSPIRED BY THE DECADENCE and grand opulence of general admission areas of racecourses around Australia, affordable fashion label Tarocash has debuted a selection of high-quality garments to screaming crowds in Sydney this morning.
They’re designed to be a low-cost alternative to what else is on offer, with some suggestion that the trendy threads may even be disposable.
So far, only men and well-built lesbians are being catered to, with a ladies range set to be on shelves by spring time.
The lead designer for the courtroom staple has declared a new era in Australian racing fashion, saying her collection will prove to be the yardstick by which all other general admission fashion will be measured.
“We want to price our collection so it doesn’t matter if you consume a carton of UDLs throughout the day, you can just throw the whole thing in a wheelie bin the next morning,” said designer Ashley Kettle.
“On the lower end of our modest range, we offer the ‘Parklea’ three-piece, which comes complete with a white belt, pukka shell necklace, imported aviator-style sunglasses from exotic Bangladesh and a pair of white pleather loafers – starting at around $120. A bargain if you ask me,”
“It’s a wearable lifestyle that snooty brands such as Hugo Boss and Ralph Lauren just cannot offer.”
The ‘General Admission at Rosehill’ collection will go on sale nationally on November 1.
The range will also be available at Tarocash’s famous Hire-A-Look shop at Sydney’s Downing Centre Court, where any offender can simply hire a suit for their appearance, before discreetly changing back into their Puma tracksuit as they leave.