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In the mad rush before Christmas today we’re all about
taking a little moment to enjoy all the Australian summer has to offer. Even if it just means soaking up the warmth
of these images taken at Sydney's Ryde swimming pool by photographer, Ingeborg Tyssen who spent a good deal of her
early career documenting the suburbs of ‘70s Australia. You can see
more of her work if you’re in Melbourne over the Christmas break, at the Monash
Gallery of Art.
Today we're excited to announce that our new colours for high summer have just landed on the site! Inspired by the cobalt blue, gunmetal grey and flame orange tones of beachside sunsets, and, for those of you who prefer the tranquility of early morning, we’ve included some inspirational images of Bondi beach at sunrise, with thanks to photographer Eugene Tan.
Spring is in the air at Bondi this morning, 10.30am. Clear skies, a gentle, salt-scented breeze, 15 degrees.
The calm of long horizons.
Springtime white; white surf, white daisies.
We love a stroll along the beach to wind down after a long day in the studio so photographer Mandy Barker piqued our interest with her inspirational series of images titled Soup, featuring collections of debris from beaches and coastal areas.
Photographed against a black background, the digitally produced images
show the items arranged by colour, theme and size. We just love the creative use of waste plastic, and the vibrant mix of colourful hues.
Fashion legend and ex-American Harpers Bazaar editor, Diana Vreeland (1903-1989) has been celebrated in a recently released book, The Eye Has to Travel, which hails the high priestess of style as an enduring icon whose influence shaped the face of fashion,
beauty, art, publishing and culture. Illustrations,
original magazine spreads and famous photographs reveal
Vreeland’s vision and her impressive ability to invent and discover
fashion ideas, designers, personalities and photographers. If you didn't know already, Vreeland is also the queen of fashion one-liners - the precursor to the current king of fashion quips, Karl Lagerfeld. Keep an eye
out for the documentary film version of this book, to be released next