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Welcome to Threads. Five days, five outfits, one ultimate source of city style.
"I definitely don’t connect well with the ‘less is more’ thing. I love colours and patterns and vibrancy, I don’t like pulling things back, I like adding to it."
Sophia Athas embroiders classic cut denim jackets in the style of Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele—but there’s nothing at all same-same about her approach to style.
For Sophia, fashion, art and travel are sort of bound together in one explosive creative universe, and that’s the heart of Hatrik—a blog turned business she launched only a few years ago. As well as customising denim, Sophia has a swimwear label; she’s a content creator, a stylist, a graphic designer and creative director, and—in her spare time—help to keep things looking radiant and delicious at her partner’s Manly Beach croissanterie (and one of our favourites), Rollers Bakehouse.
Here, we do five days, five get-ups with Sophia, and find out where it all began, what she wears, who she follows and where she eats when fancy French pastries are off the cards.
STAUD BUCKET BAG, VINTAGE PINK SUEDE SKIRT, BLACK SILK REFORMATION TOP, LOUIS VUITTON DENIM JACKET, LEVI’S 501 VINTAGE JEANS, VINTAGE RUFFLE SHIRT.
PHOTOGRAPHED BY KIRA OLLMANN