Sydney’s favourite new watering hole Kiln, which is part of plush city digs local hotspot The Ace Hotel, can now boast being ground zero for the launch of the wardrobe of the summer: Unison.

VIP guests, which included campaign stars Josh Cavallo and Maddison Brown were joined by a mix of media and fellow fashion-vibers Cameron Robbie, Nathan Maguire and Count Nikolai were treated to tunes provided by DJ Juay Kennedy as they arrived. On hand to ensure that everyone stayed hydrated were Unison-inspired cocktails and food provided by the Kiln.

The landmark event was also a chance to experience Unison clothing first hand with guests styled from the brand’s debut collection.

sIntegrating Australia’s native relaxed style into key, seasonless staples designed to effortlessly combine with any number of styling needs, Unison is the luxe leisure brand that we’ve been craving. Inspired by the timeless minimalism of the 90s, in a classic palette of navy, black, beige and white, the Unison aesthetic offers a seamless transition from workwear silhouettes into elevated weekend essentials.

Nathan McGuire attends the Unison launch in Sydney.

Just the week prior, ICON spoke to brand ambassador, Heartbreak High star Josh Heuston, about why he chose to partner with the label. The actor, who was in Budapest shooting his new TV series Dune: The Sisterhood, summed up his reasoning in with two things: quality. And versatility.

“I need have as many outfits as possible with as small amount of clothing as possible,” Heuston told ICON. “These core, staples are what Unison really does well. Around 95 percent of the time I’m in jeans, a T-shirt and boots. Other than that, I also like to dress for comfort. But I also like to look cool. They have this leather jacket that, every time I put it on I think ‘this is sick’. It almost has this business shirt collar and it works perfectly with a hoodie or a singlet.