Two signature digital prints show the intricate Arabesque tile borders at both dawn and dusk. Paillette embellishments embody the refracted light through stained glass. Our first lace developed in-house is of the incredibly beautiful stone carvings realised in a delicate guipure lace and dyed to match in white, black and magenta. Necklines are high, perfectly balancing the sensuality of a low back for evening wear, and for daywear clean and simple silhouettes let vibrant colour and print shine.
In a natural progression from 'William George' comes 'Diane Mary', an homage to the designer's mother. Her remarkable spirit is reflected in a fresh, innocent and coquettish range, all underpinned with the influence of her heyday, the swinging sixties.
Her love of floral is shown in organic silhouettes and style lines. French jacquard is used on the reverse exposing brilliant metallic yarns and works alongside romantic guipure lace, silk crepe, premium wool and cashmere blends.
AW13 was an homage to the designer’s father, William George. A quintessential Aussie lad, geologist, witty and with a love for seventies retro, the range sees an androgynous mix of shapes married with dynamic digital prints.
Malachite, pink quartz and crazy lace agate covered masculine shirt styles while the spectacular Antelope Canyon print draped over the form and tucked at irregular intervals, reflecting the organic form of landscape and rock.
Our debut collection, 'Little Flame' paid homage to freedom of form and colour in nature, restrained with modern shapes and silhouettes of the modern woman's wardrobe.
The range grew from a love of the pansy flower, or in Italian La Flammola, literally Little Flame. Realised in a vibrant, signature digital print with added highlights the Acid Pansies print is high summer at its best.