IKEA’s new JASSA collection is eclectic mix of handmade furniture, textiles, and accessories that marry the brand’s Swedish design with Indonesian and South East Asian traditions
Kip&Co has launched the new SS16 Subtropics Manchester range, channelling the cool tones of a castaway paradise
Australian textile company Walter G has unveiled its brand new textile collection for an April launch
habbot designer Annie Abbott has collaborated with Western Australian-based artist Emma Lipscombe to design a capsule fashion shoe collection launching habbot’s inaugural artist collaboration series.
Elise Wilken and Natalie Turnbull are the Melbourne-based duo behind fashion accessories label Witu, which consists of seasonal neoprene collections encompassing bags, clutches and tech accessories, designed by Natalie and Elise.
Relative to their size, some nations have a high ratio of iconic brands with an international appeal. Tess Ritchie takes a look at some fine Finnish and Japanese examples, to tease out their shared characteristics, and nature of their iconic status.
Camp Cove Swim is a swimwear label specialising in comfortable and figure-flattering swimwear featuring artist designed prints and a modern take on retro style
For over 70 years Volley has cemented itself as an Australian staple. This summer Volley has launched a refreshed look, and to celebrate this Aussie classic we take a look back at the history of this much-loved Australian icon.
Sportscraft has collaborated with artist Shilo Engelbrecht on a limited edition collection of beach essentials, inspired by our nation’s coastal landscape.
Meizai has released the Squaring of the Circle fabric collection from Spanish Studio Zuzunaga
1-OK CLUB has launched this week with a collection for the NGV Ian Potter Design Store at the National Gallery of Australia running from 6 August to 7 September
Following the opening of the first A.P.C. store in Melbourne last year, this July sees the opening of the French ready-to-wear brand's second store in Sydney
Created by compressing found wood shavings into a cone, cubes or rings, MOISSUE’s accessories play with delicate contrasts of soft warm wood and cold, solid stainless steel. Here we take a look at the team at work in their studio in Taiwan.