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Tuesday
Mar102015

Welcome to winter

After a long hot summer I love the promise of winter. Cozy, toasty, warm. Fresh, invigorating, just a little raw. And I'm loving the new winter range from Freedom. Three unique stories. New Nordic with its cheeky disrespect for dreary, short winter days. It's pastel, light and fresh. The Bowery is moody and industrial. New and old. The third is Native Terrain, a celebration of Australian flora and raw timber. Freedom's new winter range launches today and you can check out the catalogue with styling by Vanessa Coyler Tay here.

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Wednesday
Feb112015

Living in the catalogue

OK so you all know I fantasise about living in a shop, creeping out of my hiding place after closing time. Well the same goes for living in a catalogue or in these days of the interwebs living in an online shop. I can just see me now. A virtual bag lady pushing my shopping cart from category to category in a virtual retail wonderland, looking for a place to rest. I'd definitely put my virtual feet up in these amazing product shots for Couleur Locale. Yes please! A girl can daydream.

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Thursday
Feb052015

The interior designer and the tailor

A match made in heaven. The Paddington, Sydney showroom of tailor Patrick Johnson by his interior designer wife Tamsin Johnson. You know that fantasy I have about hiding in a shop until after closing time then sneaking out and pretending said shop is my home? So finding a hiding place here!

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Monday
Feb022015

More from The Loft

Actually that should read "First from The Loft".The pop up shop as dream home in the previous post was actually The Loft's second installation. Here is their first, a summer version, from mid last year. Equally fab but you'll have to admit that a building's amazing bones (like version 2 below) make for an even more amazing experience.

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Monday
Feb022015

The Loft

It's a concept that is growing all over the world. A pop up shop styled as a hip and happening home where everything is for sale. One minute an empty space. The next a drool worthy abode where shoppers can buy one item or the whole concept. In the case of The Loft in Amsterdam I doubt they would have been able to get the customers to leave at the end of the day. Never mind if you missed it's recent three week run though. The pieces are also available online or perhaps you'll just hang out for the next super cool pop up.

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