A check in with Zak + Fox. Including their recent collaboration with Apparatus Studio: Strata Study, a series based on a hand painted image by Gabriel Hendifar. Seen above in their always-beautiful Fox shoots. And recent textile designs, from top: Kaze, Pazuru, Hanami, Basilica. HF.
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High time we checked in with St Judes’s. They’ve done wonders with the presentation of the prints – I love Emily Sutton’s Deep Sea on those large piped cushions, at top. Below we have Peter and Linda Green’s Colourdrome, Ellie Curtis’s Forest Jig, Kensal Rising by Old Town and Jonathan Gibbs’ Herring Moon. All to be found here.
There is now a stellar range of storage baskets and photo frames in Sydney, care of the Williams Sonoma/Pottery Barn/West Elm migration. From well designed, inexpensive sofas to the perfect jars for jam season, this is going to shakes things up, retail-wise. For smaller items, the prices are only a smidgeon more than the US. And the range is pretty good, considering we’re one fifteenth the size, population wise. Oh, and the staff were both plentiful and super helpful. My only gripe: the store configurations – if only they’d taken over a deco warehouse down Alexandria way! HF.
Inigo can be seen trying to match his neon pram to the grey Westelm sofa, above – good job pikelet!
All photos from Westelm.
In celebration of yesterday’s 27 degree Indian Summer day – Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Japan.
In the same week that I had a baby and named him Inigo (inspired by Inigo Jones), I came across the rugs of Inigo Elizalde: hand-knotted Nepalese dhurries that are produced under the GoodWeave organisation, a certification initiative that aims to end child labour and offer educational opportunities in South Asia. They are pretty great, but not nearly as beautiful as my baby boy. HF.
I have animals and whimsy on my mind, having spent the weekend getting a baby’s room ready for a baby. I find myself flicking through Selvedge and bypassing beautiful throws, in favour of handmade creatures and mobiles and booties…yegads! From top: the studio of textile artist Mister Finch, his beautiful moth sculptures, Horse Mobile by Hillery Sproatt, hand painted tambourine by Claire Fletcher, Mister Finch’s foxes and moths, Hillery Sproatt’s Woman and Horse mobile. HF.