Alternative music has brought America a lot of things, all of which it'd totally trade back, if someone would just agree to take Courtney Love. Now bringing the States Aussie gear you'll really love, Saint Augustine Academy.
Just hitting The Town (in an extremely limited way), this Aussie line gets its punk-formal aesthetic from "alternative music and counter-culture", and turns out collections inspired by obscure cultural references, including its latest spring/summer drop, which's modeled after the gear worn by the patrons of a now-defunct music spot in Sydney called the Crystal Ballroom, but not a crystal-ball room as that would cost a fortune.
The duds start with blazers ranging from the slim-fitting two-button 8 Days a Week with peaked lapel, to a new wave-ish leather armed/zipper sleeve'd number called Euchrid The Mute, to a satin shawl collar'd tux jacket with a single chain closure called Vampire Lovers, which's named after an Aussie punk band from the early '80s that sucked, and not even because of the vampire reference.
SAA's button-down game is also strong with a string of cotton numbers including the Foreign Affair dinner shirt complete with ruffled placket; a mandarin collar'd number with a long tail called the Potato Cooperative; and the slim fit/concealed-button This Charming Man, but not This Charming Manning because Peyton is too bugging you in EVERY COMMERCIAL.
SAA also does a skinny tie in various fabrications, a tee with a zippered "motorcycle panel" and, because rockers (occasionally) need bottoms, denim Teenage Riot pants, and shorts called Teenage Wasteland, though don't expect anyone to take them back if they get a Hole.