Step inside Sea Bones – Byron Bay’s first women’s coastal concept store
With a passionate focus on sustainability and design, Sea Bones is a vibrant new space in the heart of Byron Bay, showcasing impressive collections by local and international brands aimed at the ocean-conscious woman. If you were looking for an excuse to head south of the border, then here it is.
Sea Bones is a creative collaboration between photographer Ming Nomchong and Salt Gypsy founder Danielle Clayton, who created the concept store after seeing an opportunity to fill a gap in the market for the support of local, independent designers with high quality and stylish products. The Sea Bones space features a perfectly curated selection of fashion and design elements from fabulous neoprene collections, to swim and beach fashion, accessories, homewares and art.
There is also an organic coffee bar at the front of the new Sea Bones space, serving everything from flat whites to beetroot and turmeric lattes, plus organic butter coffee (a coffee ‘bomb’ that apparently makes you feel like a wizard … we need this). So, head down for a visit, sip your golden latte, and soak up the goodness of brands like Sunday Supply Co, The Saint Helena, Celeste Twikler, McTavish, Dead Kooks, Atmosea, Zea Swim, Epokhe, Drift Essentials, Samudra, Sabre Eyewear and many more. Sea Bones is located at Shop 6, 8 Fletcher Street, Byron Bay. It’s open Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, and weekends 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. What a glorious vibe.
Image credit: Ming Nomchong.