Lo-Fi opened it's doors on Howard St for the first time in March 2014. Brought to life by the same people behind the also Perth based clothing label, Butter Goods. The idea was to have a store that was home to the brand, as well as supporting other like minded companies, both local and abroad.
Lo-Fi houses a select range of clothing, accessories and printed matter that often can be connected through a certain identity felt by both young and old who are familiar with days spent surrounded by skateboarding, art, music, film and creativity alike.
The store itself, situated on the outskirts of the Perth retail district is a destination for those interested in something more than just the products themselves, but the lifestyle and community surrounding it.
Lo-Fi is also a stand alone label, which has been a staple since it's opening. Offering a range of products drawing inspiration from fringe cultures and the obsolete, all through a distinct psychedelic, DIY view point.