Brisbane-based designer Bianca Mavrick makes her debut with Prickly Pear, a collection of artisanal jewellery inspired by her Greek heritage.
“I couldn’t see myself designing washing machines,” Bianca Mavrick laughs, fiddling with a curious piece of textured silver while sitting on her deck in sunny Brisbane. Such a unique sculptural piece [...]Continue Reading →
Following on from the success of her summer pop-up store in Sydney, Dannika Zen presents her next range, Outlanders.
There’s something about Dannika Zen’s eponymous label that just screams Sydney. Or should that be whispers seductively? Half rockstar leather and half relaxed sportswear, the sporty/sexy hybrid is an aesthetic that couldn’t [...]Continue Reading →
Australian jewellery designer Lauren Besser makes a statement with a haunting new collection for her label Maripossa.
Like stills from a dark, beautiful horror movie, Australian label Maripossa’s latest campaign presents its handmade jewellery in an eerie light. With images of levitation, multiple hands and deranged gazes, the campaign is a sinister yet [...]Continue Reading →
Merging simplicity and versatility, this reborn Melbourne label offers unassuming luxury.
Labels like Natalie Encarnita don’t just burst onto the scene on a whim. The result of years of contemplation, research and practice, venture’s like Encarnita’s eponymous label begin as a dream and end up, slowly but surely, becoming a reality.
In Encarnita’s [...]Continue Reading →
With the so called ‘democratisation of fashion’ the role of the fashion journalist has become murky. While once reporters and buyers were the only ones privy to international fashion weeks, today’s live streams and instant image uploads mean everyone now has the opportunity to view the shows as they happen, and, naturally, many [...]Continue Reading →
Beloved fashion blogger Nicole Warne of Gary Pepper Vintage talks style, surreal experiences and her latest role as a style maker for Jasu.
Judging from the myriad of street style shots and personal style photo shoots, there’s definitely something about Nicole Warne. Originally known as the founder of Garry Pepper Vintage and now [...]Continue Reading →
With over 70 years to draw upon, Australian knitwear label puts a contemporary spin on their classics to produce a collection for the modern wardrobe.
In the current climate of fast fashion and mass consumption, those pieces that invariably last in a wardrobe are usually the classics: the little black dress, the tailored blazer [...]Continue Reading →
Marni Kornhauser is one Melbourne local not afraid of a little colourful craziness.
As colourful as candy and with textures that you can’t help but want to touch, Marni Kornhauser’s designs bring out the inner child in all of us.
On surface level, her new jewellery line The Gods Must Be [...]Continue Reading →
Blurring the lines between costume and fine jewellery, ManiaMania is an accessories label experimenting with the mystic past to create a magical future.
Chunky gems, mystic crystals, zodiac engravings and dusty brass – it might sound like the kind of clichéd kitsch you would find in an incense-drowned hippie store, but jewellery label [...]Continue Reading →
When Edwina Sinclair speaks of high tea, it’s not an invite to eat unnecessarily tiny sandwiches, she’s talking about her collection. High Tea, Soot’s AW12 collection, is one that you can find hanging in Soot’s Concept Store.
Soot may be compact, but it’s a devil when it comes to details. Case in point, [...]Continue Reading →