Posted by Danni Le Toullec on January 3, 2010
We really are spoiling you with this one! It's part of the SS 0910 range we've been fawning over for some time now. Truth be told, we really want to keep this dress for ourselves. But we won’t - darn you, unfailing morality.
Down here in Oz, the temperature is heating up and hemlines are following suit. This Jessie Hill stunner is the perfect accompaniment to the simmering summer heat. Contrasting, as it does, the cheeky flirtatiousness of the layered frill skirt with the artistic print and the grungy buckle detail along the side of the torso.
Want to know more about Jessie? Head to her freshly launched website. For all your clothing and coverage needs.
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Posted by Danni Le Toullec on December 2, 2009
This creative design duo of Clea Garrick and Nathan Price come dripping with praise from local and international fans. Limedrop has come a long way in four short years. From humble beginnings in the tropical Northern Territory, the couple share a love for bold designs that are infused with whimsical themes.
Limedrop recently opened their pop-up shop in Melbourne's GPO. The shop is character in itself, with a worldly themed interior by Moth Design.
Limedrop are generously offering three necklaces from their playful jewellery line - a big eyed owl, a feline fox and a curious cat.
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Posted by Danni Le Toullec on November 7, 2007
We’re back. This time it’s an art attack. We explore the creative hub that is the Semi Permanent Design Conference and some of the artists and speakers at this year’s event. Including the awe-inspiring Tiffany Bozic, typographer extraordinaire Si Scott, Scandinavian design duo Toko, Australian live-music photographer Sophie Howarth and skate photography aficionado Mike O’Meally. There is also a bit on cultish Sydney independent gallery space, China Heights, and a video work inspired by Romance Was Born from our favourite Sydney video artist, Kim Greenway. The World Press Photo Exhibition (who ever said that media and art are not intertwined?) gets a look in.