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Undress Brisbane
Gentlewoman

Discover sustainable chic at Undress Brisbane

While you may have doubts about your ability to save the world, you can still be doing your darnedest to improve your environmental relations. Undress Brisbane is run by a bunch of Brisbane folk, who aspire to make the fashion industry eco-friendly, converging and merging around an idea to encourage sustainability in your wares. more

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The Sartorialist: Closer book
Gentlewoman

Scott Schuman releases new book, The Sartorialist: Closer

Inspiring dress around the world and giving insight into the fashion and trends of different countries is Scott Schuman’s The Sartorialist. Capturing a moment in fashion history, The Sartorialist documents style from the streets of capitals Paris, Milan, New York and London to the smaller scapes of Sydney and Savannah. more


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Leonard St, the label
Gentlewoman

Introducing the playful designs of Leonard St.

With the spirited air of summer just over the horizon, the playful spring/summer designs of Melbourne label Leonard St. are a reminder that festivals and seaside frolicking are just around the corner. A sprightly mix of bright prints and plain key separates makes up the latest offering from designer Amanda McCarthy, inspired by her love of print, colour and beautiful fabrics. more

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Atomic Martini Vintage
Gentlewoman

Atomic Martini Vintage moves to Clayfield

Lutwyche expat Atomic Martini Vintage has made the move to Clayfield, finding a new home in an old Queenslander-esque shop front on Junction Road. Sweet wooden scalloping now frames red signage at the side, with generous front windows allowing for a clear peek inside if you happen to wander past on one of the shop’s days off. more

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The Hiding Tree
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Rachel Burke launches new label The Hiding Tree

Stitchery local and commander of charitable acts of fashion Rachel Burke has been squirrelling away at a new project. Dubbed The Hiding Tree, this new label encompasses similar themes to Rachel’s past ventures Yellowcake and her I make. you wear it. campaign, capturing dreams of frolicking in secret gardens within each garment. more

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twenty-seven names
Gentlewoman

twenty-seven names launches spring/summer collection

Anyone with a Pinterest account will regularly feel affected by the cuteness of cats. Soft fluffy balls of sweetness and sunshine playing with yarn, curled up in a cute bucket or flopped out on a crisp white pillow. It seems twenty-seven names designers Rachel Easting and Anjali Stewart were, too, feeling overly affectionate towards said pet this season, channelling kitty’s unbearable cuteness into their latest collection. more

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gorman x rhys lee
Gentlewoman

Find painterly patterns in Gorman x Rhys Lee collaboration

Long-time friends Lisa Gorman and Rhys Lee have put on their like-minded thinking caps and created a collaborative collection that bursts with colour. Injecting Rhys’ distinctive colour palette of greys, pinks, blues and ice-cream pastels onto Lisa’s savvy and covetable designs, the Rhys Lee Collection lets you wear a piece of this highly collectable artist’s work. more

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Egg Records, West End
Gentlefolk

Egg Records makes the move to West End

If you’re not a diehard vinyl fan, the petite sign revealing Eggs Records’ city presence may have eluded you since its opening a decade ago. But for the curious, and those who look up occasionally amongst the city’s centre, that little sign acted as beacon to a secret bazaar of musical goodness. Through a doorway, past a foreign money exchange kiosk and up a set of stairs, Egg Records resides, selling cult cartoon figurines and classic and collector vinyl. more

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yayoi kusama
Gentlewoman

Yayoi Kusama bag collection arrives at Louis Vuitton

A prolific contemporary artist renowned for bold psychedelic works, Yayoi Kusama has practised a mesh of performance, painting, sculpture, installation and poetry for more than 60 years. This renowned Japanese artist was the focal point of a major solo exhibition at GOMA earlier this year, with a retrospective of her intriguing career now gracing the walls of the Whitey Museum of American Art in New York. more