April 27, 2017


Meet Jacob, our Warehouse Manager & well known Big Dumb Idiot. 
Jacob likens his style to Lucille Botzcowski, a kidnapping babysitter from The Simpsons.
Read more about Jacob & his Autumn Staff Picks 

Q. 3 words that sum you up?
A. Big Dumb Idiot

Q. Role at THRILLS?
A. Resident DJ - still waiting on my contract thought???

Q. Last record you played?
A. ZZ Top - Afterburner. 
I traded it with a girl for a t-shirt in a very very short lived relationship.

Q. How would you describe your style?
I think my style is heavily influenced by the kidnapping baby sitter Lucille Botzcowski from The Simpsons. Lucille's a true icon who's story has never been heard... But her time will come.

Q. Tell us something about yourself not many people know?
A. I can't whistle.


April 20, 2017


Meet Brooke from Filthy Mouth Creative.
We talk growing up on a llama farm, what to do in Vegas, dogs, rock n' roll and all things creative.

Q. 3 words that sum you up?
A. Sensitive, Passionate, A thinker.

Q. Where are you from & how did you find yourself in Vegas?
A. I'm originally from Bend, Oregon. Its a very small ski town in central Oregon. We had 20 acres of property. It was a llama farm. Yes i grew up on a llama farm. It was very similar to Napoleon Dynamite (Not Kidding). I moved to Vegas when i was 20, met my husband at 22 and have been there since.

Q. What do you do as an artist?
A. I like to create things in all aspects of my life.
I am a photographer, stylist, creative director. I also like to cook amazing meals.
I can sew and design clothing - I have always been this way.

Q. What inspires you?
A. Everything - my surroundings, music, movies, pop culture, people.

Q. How would you describe your style?
A. My personal style is rock n' roll. My styling aesthetic is 80's & 90's for sure. I love bright and flashy things. All that glitters is gold.

Q. What do you dig about THRILLS?
A. Whats not to love about THRILLS?
The overall vibe of the brand is rock n' roll, it makes me want to jump in my Chevy Nova and ride off into the sunset blasting Wolfmother.
Palm Trees & Street Machines... What else is there in life?
The brand feels like a lifestyle - not just clothing.
The clothing is also dope, well made, super wearable pieces that will only get better with time and wear.

Q. Passionate about?
A. I'm passionate about animals, specifically dogs.
I have a deep connection to dogs. I am supposed to help them, give them their voice on this earth and create ways to protect them and give them the lives they deserve.
This is something i have always been drawn to but just now this year i have began to explore the ways i can actually help and make a difference.

Q. Last record you played?
A. I'm currently obsessed with Deap Vally. I saw them twice in a 5 day period, i would travel anywhere to see them. They are just 2 chicks and they rock like a band of 5. I bought their record at the last show i saw. I could listen to it over and over.

Q. Best shit to do on a Saturday night in Vegas?
A. Avoid the south side of the strip. Always stay downtown Vegas and go to any bar that has live music.
My faves are the Backstage Bar & Billiards, Bunkhouse, The Huntridge & The Plaza Hotel is always a rad place to stop for a cocktail.

April 18, 2017


We hang out with Georgia our South of Paradise store manager & self declared tomboy as she talks us through dressing for Melbourne’s unpredictable weather, trending make up tricks & vinyl to play now.

Q. 3 words that sum you up?

A. Calm, Assertive, Creative.

Q. Role at THRILLS?

A. Store Manager at our South of Paradise store in Melbourne.

Q. Last record you played?

A. Shlohmo - Dark Red.

Q. How would you describe your style?

A. I am the biggest tomboy, but i really love the Rambler Dress - it's easy to layer for those colder/unpredictable Melbourne days.
I wear it with a pair of sneakers and my vintage Christian Dior sunglasses.

Q. Tell us something about yourself not many people know?

A. I have done hair and make up on a fair few THRILLS shoots.

Q. Hair & Make Up trends your loving this season?

A. I think in 2017 it's all about taking it back to the most important step of make up; achieving healthy, radiant, glowing skin!
Paired with some lipstick on the eyelids and a glossed lip.
Hair wise I've been using the Kingbrown pomade we stock at THRILLS to achieve a slicked back look for girls... Think Bella Hadid and remember basic doesn't have to be boring!


April 09, 2017


Big Pappa Zalmstra fails both attempts at being a cowboy and making half decent jokes. 
Nich our in house drawing guy coaches us on elegance, snobbery & keeping style beyond fashion...

Q. 3 words that sum you up?

A. Big Pappa Zalmstra.

Q. Role at THRILLS?

A. Drawing Guy.

Q. Last record you played?

A. Budgie - Never Turn Your Back On A Friend. I'm a sucker for epic covers with giant birds battling humans and 70s Heavy Prog.
Also Creepy John Thomas - Brother Bat Bone for good early Aussie pub rock.

Q. How would you describe your style?

A. We must never confuse elegance with snobbery so a timeless blend of 'Gianfraco Ferre' Autumn Winter 1997-1998 collection with the wilful wonder-stuck lines of impeccably well curated Zac Miguel keep my style beyond fashion.
My picks are faded black Chopped Jeans paired with the classic faded grey Canyon Shirt and a pair of Sabre Rambler frames in black.
Regularly try to be a cowboy... Unsuccessfully.

Q. Tell us something about yourself not many people know?

A. Fashun Diva, Model, Blogger, Entrepreneur, Lifestyle Environmentalist and CEO of my own business.


March 28, 2017


Ollie Murphy is a London based illustrative artist and photographer.
Ollie is really into documenting life.
Ollie has an accidental ‘Fuck Society’ mentality & is a frequent face in London’s punk music scene.
We really like Ollie.

Q. 3 words that sum you up?

A. Disorganised, Daydreamer, Obsessive.

Q. How did you get into photography & what inspires you?

A. I studied an illustration course at arts school, one day we had a photography lesson by a tutor called Dave Hendley...
The way he described the act of photography and the way he explained images really excited me.
The second i left that lecture i went to a shit camera shop on my street and bought a 35mm camera and loads of rolls and i've been shooting ever since everyday and that was 5 years ago! 

Two of my favourite photographers are Daido Moriyama & Shomei Tomatsu.
I'm majorly inspired by them.
Lots of things inspire me, i really love painting even though i hardly ever paint anymore.
Id like to think some of my photos have elements of painting in them, such as expressive marks.. But people inspire me whether i draw, photograph or whatever - my work is always figurative. 

Q. What is your favourite subject to capture?

A. My favourite subject to capture is people definitely.
There are tons of different ways people shoot photos i never really had a project in mind i carry a camera everywhere with me and i'm just really into documenting life.
It's something i have to do.
It's like a diary for me that influences my drawing also.

Q. Your pictures have a distinct unreformed attitude, kind of like a 'fuck you' to society, how do you liken that to your art?

A. I don't know i try not to over analyse anything i do too much or fall into a headspace of 'why even bother making art'.
I have that mentality about society and life anyway so i guess its just accidentally expressed through my photos. Happy accidents.

Q. What can you tell us about the London punk music scene and hows this influences your work?

A. My work is my work and i've been involved in going to punk shows and being in bands and designing records ever since i was about 15 so it just falls into my work. Again - happy accidents.

Q. On that note... records on repeat?

A. Best punk bands in the UK right now are Anxiety and Public Service. Been playing them on repeat for weeks. My favourite records ever are... Christian Death - Only Theatre of Pain, Ian Dury - New Boots & Panties, The Streets - Original Pirate Material, anything by Lungfish, Iggy & The Stooges, Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs.
And a million more.


March 23, 2017



Raw, Worn & Destroyed.
We wear our jeans until they fall to pieces.
Denim 17 features classic THRILLS denim, our jeans are unedited and tailored to feel at home on your skin.
We are all about unreformed details.
Vintage inspired, washed & faded colour ways, raw hems & distressed details... We design our denim to feel like you've already worn it.


March 20, 2017



Q. 3 words that sum you up?

A. Bubbly, Bouncy & Bossy

Q. Role at Thrills?

A. Entertainer.

Q. Last record you played?

A. C'mon Everybody by Eddie Cochran.

Q. How would you describe your style?

A. Skateboarding ballerina... Drifting in between parallel fashion universes not knowing what outfit will be under attack next.
My favourite piece from Autumn 17 is the Thelma Jeans - They make mu butt look JUICY.

Q. Tell us something about yourself not many people know?

A. Coriander is my enemy.


March 14, 2017

Autumn 17 | Strange Ways

Our latest collection Strange Ways embodies a deconstructed reflection of the Thrills aesthetic, destroyed jersey, vintage inspired denim and trans seasonal outerwear. Continuing to highlight classic Thrills silhouettes while experimenting with printing, washing and customising techniques, Strange Ways reflects the well-worn, lo-fi coastal culture of the Australian Autumn.

March 02, 2017



Q. 3 words that sum you up?

A. Wonky, Wilful & Wonderstruck.

Q. Role at Thrills?

A. Dog Scratcher.

Q. Last record you played?

A. Directions to see a ghost - The Black Angels. 

Q. How would you describe your style?

A. Inspired by Nich Z, finished n' stitched with veins of primordial plasma, bearded, buried and all but fossilised. My top pick from Autumn 17 is the Workshop Overalls because they let me feel like I can do anything.

Q. Tell us something about yourself not many people know?

A. I have been driving an unregistered van for a month and my motorbike won't start.


February 21, 2017


Ella was born in England and moved to Byron Bay when she was 10, She is 19 and has been non-stop travelling over the past 2 years taking photos of her friends along the way... 

Q. 3 words that sum you up?

A. Sarcastic, Creative, Impulsive.

Q. How did you get into photography & what inspires you?

I started taking photos when I was travelling a lot last year. I decided to bring a little film camera along with me to just document fun moments or things I found visually pleasing. I felt I wanted something to show for my trips rather than just iPhone pictures, film somewhat feels more sentimental. I'm inspired by my friends, who are all somehow ridiculously good-looking; I'm inspired by the way my photos come out when I'm in different cities or countries, they tend to emulate different vibes which I find really interesting. I'm not trying to stick to a certain aesthetic or style, I just want to document real moments and I suppose that's what people appreciate because it's not supposed to be serious. 

Q. Your images kinda capture the subject as if we know them... and have that raw and real quality of today’s youth, what does that mean to you - today’s youth and how that translates through your images?

A. The idea of 'Today's youth' is a concept that I often struggle with. I think that shooting on film can come with this idealised aesthetic, I know that this is why I was initially drawn to it. However, my work is a direct reflection of my lifestyle and you will see that in my images. So it translates that way because it is genuine. I really am just here to take pictures of my friends having fun, I am a part of their life as both a fixture and a reflection. Even when I shoot girls for a story or interview I will try to make sure that the subject is being as authentic as possible, because at the end of the day I'm not trying to contrive any kind of alternate story. I think that people are far more interesting when things are stripped back. Sometimes I even go to take a photo of someone and if I feel like they are posing too much I either tell them to relax or simply don't end up taking the picture. I'm not really interested in who you want to be, I'm interested in who you were before you realised that I had a camera pointed at you.



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Size Chart


EURO CM 86 91 96 101 106 111


AUS/NZ INCHES 28 30 32 34 36 38
UK INCHES 28 30 32 34 36 38
EURO CM 71 76 81 86 91 96
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AUS/NZ   4 6 8 10 12 14
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EURO 32 34 36 40 42 44
US   1 2 4 6 8 10