Dries Van Noten Silent Archive

March 16th, 2017

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Each day, for the next 100 days, one video of a past Dries Van Noten fashion show will be posted in random order, in the ‘Silent Archive’ section of the Dries Van Noten website.

Here is the link!


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Simone Rocha

February 6th, 2017

Gathered cottons, jerseys and tulle detailing from Simone Rocha’s new collection.

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Issey Miyake

February 6th, 2017

Issey Miyake’s latest pleats and perfection have arrived in store.

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Linda Farrow

January 10th, 2017




Linda Farrow for Dries Van Noten sunglasses now in store at Poepke. 

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Issey Miyake

January 10th, 2017




Introducing Issey Miyake pre spring/summer 2017.  

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Maryam Nassir Zadeh

January 10th, 2017




New Maryam Nassir Zadeh sandals in store. 

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Stella Jean

January 10th, 2017



Stella Jean resort 2017 now in store.

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Jordan Askill

December 20th, 2016


You seem to be a man of many projects, with numerous working relationships and collaborations to your name – including Dior Homme, Alexander McQueen, Georg Jensen, Swarovski and TopShop, as well as costume design for Sydney Dance Company. Which, of all these relationships, has had a particularly significant effect on your jewellery work?

It has been a great experience being involved in these projects.
I feel that the projects i was involved in at the beginning of my career, such as interning at Alexander Mcqueen and working at Dior Homme, made the biggest stamp on my creative process and aesthetic. Georg Jensen was a beautiful experience, as i really felt a pure collaboration took place connecting both our design processes.

Amongst your numerous collaborators are your own brothers, Daniel and Lorin Askill. Tell us a little bit about one of your favourite projects that you’ve all worked on together.

A really beautiful project the three of us worked on several years back was with designer and artist Michelle Jank for her runway show Suspended Disbelief. We created a projection of a larger than life-size woman, immersed in cascading water. This image reflected the mood of the show.

There’s a distinct conceptual and sculptural bent to your jewellery. Do you have a previous background in sculpture?

My work is based on the idea of connecting to something that is precious, and being able to carry it with you; in a sense immortalising it. I studied and worked in fashion. When i was living in Paris and exposed to the history and architecture there, a greater connection with a sculptural aesthetic became prevalent.

In fact, you’ve created sculptures which accompany your jewellery collections. Is that right?

Yes that is correct. I’ve created sculptures to accompany my Jewellery pieces. They have told a story. I see my work as a novel, and the sculpture helps bring together each chapter.

Partly as a result of these sculptures, you were invited to exhibit at the Museum of London in 2014. What was that experience like?

Yes that is right. This was amazing. The Museum is a real part of London history and feels so rich with it. It was a real honour to be part of it, especially as at the same time, there was an exhibition of The Cheapside Hoarde. This was a collection of jewellery from the 16/17th centuries, found on an excavation site in 1912.

What can we expect to see from you in store at Poepke?

It is great to see all the pieces for Poepke come together, as it feels like a past and present display of some of my work up to date. We have some pieces availible in 18K, 10K AND silver; some pieces from my latest collection “THE RACE “, pieces that have just been released; some pieces that are pure one offs, and some Jordan Askill classics, also featuring the JORDY heart rings. This is exciting as it’s the first time my jewellery has been available in Australia in more than two years.

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December 1st, 2016





Our Poepke end of season sale has started! In store and online.





With up to 30% off Y’s by Yohji Yamamoto, Issey Miyake, Haider Ackermann, Ann Demeulemeester, Comme Des Garçons Girl, CristaSeya, Marques ‘ Almeida and Y-3; plus selected Baserange, Martiniano, Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Polder, Kowtow and Organic by John Patrick.

Further discounts on super sale stock.





Images: Issey Miyake Kaleidoscope Pleated Skirt, Comme Des Garçons Girl Dot Long-Sleeved T-Shirt – Navy, Ann Demeulemeester Alana Wallet, Issey Miyake Geometric Turtleneck, Ann Demeulemeester Callista Shirt, Ann Demeulemeester Jinx Sneakers, Marques ‘ Almeida Oversized Short Jacket, Y’s by Yohji Yamamoto Cable Knit Sleeve Shirt, CristaSeya Seersucker Dress, Issey Miyake Striped Skirt, Haider Ackermann Baxter Scarf, Y’s by Yohji Yamamoto Lace Hem Shirt Dress

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Dries Van Noten

October 5th, 2016







Our final delivery of Dries Van Noten’s collection has arrived, along with shoes. In store now.

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Comme Des Garçons Girl

October 5th, 2016


Classic Comme pieces from Comme des Garçons Girl in store.

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Ann Demeulemeester

October 5th, 2016



Ann Demelemeester is back.

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Labour Weekend Opening Hours

October 1st, 2016

Saturday 1st 10-5.30

Sunday 2nd 11-4

Monday 3rd CLOSED

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Marques ‘ Almeida

September 23rd, 2016


Introducing to Poepke: Marques ‘Almeida from London. Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida describe their denim style as raw and effortless. Its considered attitude hints at deconstruction, and juxtaposes oversized silhouettes and rich indigo denim washed to varying shades of perfection.

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Issey Miyake

September 2nd, 2016

Issey Miyake Stockist Sydney Australia Poepke 1

Issey Miyake Stockist Sydney Australia Poepke 2

More Issey Miyake has arrived in vivid colours.

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