PROJECT A by ZANEROBE Event - August 21st & 22nd

The ZANEROBE crew is like that one goat on the internet that runs around and jumps off all his other goat friends.

These guys are just some fun-loving, high-energy dudes. And we can't wait for you to meet them.

On August 21st and 22nd, the ZANEROBE crew will be hanging out in store to launch their new high-end brand, Project A. The guys wanted a way to create higher quality clothes and develop a more fashion forward aesthetic, but do it in a brand separate from ZANEROBE.

Enter Project A. 

Elongated, tapered and clean lined garments have been meticulously crafted from the finest bespoke Italian and Japanese fabrics. Forging a distinct, directional approach to luxury streetwear, Project a. serves to indulge refined taste with forward thinking apparel.

Sounds like a brand that Machus should carry, right? Right.

Join us on Friday, August 21st from 6-9 pm to welcome Project A to Machus and Portland. The ZANEROBE guys will be in full attendance, aka slamming drinks, laughing out loud, and meeting all of you.

In honor of the event, we will also be releasing Project A's exclusive collaboration with popular sneaker brand, Filling Pieces. Limited to 300 pairs worldwide, Machus will be selling the sneakers, along with the Project A apparel, during the event.

The Australian brand renders the low-top silhouette in its signature minimalist aesthetic, utilizing a primarily white base for the premium leather upper with grey overlays at the back. Embossed branding at the tongue and heel provides a nice subtle touch, and fits perfectly into the Machus mindset.


If you are unable to make our Friday night event, we will be holding the ZANEROBE crew hostage all day Saturday too, forcing them to set up a pop up shop in our Machus studio two doors down.

The boys will be down at the studio from 11 am to 7 pm on August 22nd, so if you missed out on Friday or just want to hear their accents one more time, come through Saturday.

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