Cody Simpson’s clothing line lands in a MAJOR Australian retailer – as the singer and swimmer gushes about the unisex and eco-friendly range on social media
Cody Simpson’s Prince Neptune clothing brand has been picked up by Myer.
The singer and professional swimmer took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce the major deal with the retail giant.
The eco-friendly range of unisex leisure gear can now be purchased at ten different locations across the country.
Sharing the news to social media, a clearly exuberant Cody modelled a black Prince Neptune sweatshirt from the line.
‘This is a huge deal for us going into retail and partnering with Myer,’ Cody gushed in the post.
Cody Simpson’s Prince Neptune clothing brand has been picked up by Myer
‘You’ll now be able to buy on the floor, in person… get in today before it’s all gone,’ he added.
Cody added a list of the ten Myer stores in the post which included locations in: Melbourne City, Sydney City, Perth City, Pacific Fair on the Gold Coast, Parramatta, Bondi, Geelong, Adelaide City and Karrinyup in Perth.
Clutching at his shirt, Cody can be seen explaining that his latest new Prince Neptune range is made of 100 per cent organic cotton.
He signed off his post with s plea to fans to support his brand.
The eco-friendly range of unisex leisure gear can now be purchased at ten different locations across the country. The line is unisex and designed by Cody himself
Meanwhile, the competitive swimmer posted another story, featuring models posing in outfits from new range.
He also included a shot of the Prince Neptune section at Myer’s Melbourne store.
One of the outfits modelled features a white hoodie with matching cream sweatpants.
The outfit, which retails for $298, was ‘woven and embroidered with care’.
Long-time fans of the musician-turned-competitive swimmer will know ‘Prince Neptune’ is the pseudonym Cody uses for his poetry.
Cody officially launched the line back in August of last year.
‘This is a huge deal for us going into retail and partnering with Myer,’ Cody gushed
Cody also modelled several items from the range, which features ‘luxurious, unisex loungewear essentials’.
‘I was looking for really comfortable sweats and T-shirts that were sustainably made and I realised just how hard it is to find,’ he said.
He continued: ‘It was really important for me to stay true to my vision from both a design perspective and what I stand for.
‘We took our time thinking about things like water conservation, using fewer chemicals, compostable packaging and incorporating recycled materials, and did so without compromising comfort and style.
‘This is important to me and, hopefully, to you as well.’
The range of loungewear is designed using eco-blend fabrics, including organic cotton and recycled polyester.
Outside of fashion design, Cody has been focused on his swimming career