The Ksubi store counts down (to an illusive arrival at earth, apparently)
A handful of the Ksubi boys
The Ground level lights up
Sarah-Jane & Heidi of Sass & Bide
On a usual Thursday morning you will find me buried somewhere in my bed, dead to the world. Last Thursday morning however, you would have found me awake at the unnatural hour of 5am for the media launch and official opening of the brand new Westfield on Pitt Street in Sydney's CBD.
The place is amazing. I spent the morning running around the new Sass & Bide store getting it ready for the public who rushed in at 9.30 in a frenzy, and for another good portion of the morning I spent lurking around Dan Single who was giving interviews and socializing... I can't say I wasn't mesmerized.
Alexandra wears Graz sunglasses and Ksubi sunglasses, vintage earrings and Cama silk wrap.
Thought I'd share a bit of Cama's new sunglasses snippet taken on a beautiful summer's day. Loving nudes and silks this summer so we thought we'd make a nude silk wrap with an antique clasp which can be worn around the body like in these shots or as a simple scarf. Stay posted for more amazing shots from Cama's summer inspired shoot, coming to Cama's blog here.
There's no denying that Noir Jewellery is amazing, and has been for quite some time. Known for their iconic rings which come in the shape of almost anything you can imagine, they've recently completed a collection for Disney (the snowflake necklace above is part of this) - check out the sale they have on at the moment here.
Lately, Evil Twin has been totally hitting the mark - their latest two collections 'Just Add Water' and 'Evil Marks the Spot' are full of great pieces easy to team with an everyday wardrobe. Judging by the amount of it they stock on American online fashion boutique 'Nasty Gal' it could be said there's somewhat of a demand for it in the US... and why wouldn't there be?
These images were taken in the Ksubi showroom and studio by the legendary Selby (ever since I bought his book 'The Selby Is In Your Place' when I was in LA I've been hooked). To get inside more spaces/houses/hideaways of cool people check out The Selby.