Le ‘a Vinson || A Guide To Summer
When two of your favourites collaborate to create some really beautiful imagery and all captured on the beautiful spanish island of Ibiza, well this personally ticks a lot of boxes for us. It’s no secret we are massive fans of All That Remains each and every season, loving every collection and hoping all the pieces will magically appear in our closet. You’ve got to love those 70’s inspired crochet bikinis by ATR which is so well complimented by Henrik Purienne style and work, colours and tones. We adore these two and were so thrilled when we heard of this shoot, a match made in heaven really! A Guide To Summer perfectly captures that eternal youth and endless european summer we all dream about, chasing the sun, salty hair, spanish beer and the Med, what more could you want?
– We hope you love this as much as we do, Salute!
All above photography was taken by Henrik Purienne with beautiful Model Alessandra Kirn
Hand Crafted | Limited Edition | Made To Order | Luxe-Boheme
Inspiration discovered in people | places & treasures found in travelling the world | celebrating the craft of artesians of another time
Get your hands on Henrik Purienne’s self titled book HERE!!23/01/2015
There is nothing that makes us happier than seeing one of our beautiful, talented friends do well. All That Remains is the ‘love-child’ and creation of Leaha Lockley and with each season we fall more and more in love with the her collections and the story behind each item. All That Remains clothing is 70’s inspired, hand-made, whimsical and hard to ignore once you see and touch in the flesh. Its hard not to want each and every piece of all her collections, every season. We can’t wait to see what you do next! xxx
ALL THAT REMAINS / PHILOSOPHY
NOT MADE IN CHINA || USE YOUR CONSUMER POWER WISELY!
An Artefact, a piece of scared past, a dream like state, every piece of clothing tells a story, a nostalgic memory, a cosmic dusted love affair … A story of a lover, a poignant moment, a believer in a time when clothing was not a mass produced Endeavour & there remained the spirit of creating something personal.
All That Remains is a heavenly creature, beads, bohemian ikat cloths, intricate & delicate leather, hand stitched embroideries adorn her hauntingly beautiful being. She sheds her everyday life in favour of her longing for the exotic. Each collection a symbolic representation of her true self, a patch work of memories & inspiration discovered in people, places & treasures found in travelling the world & the falling in love with the craft man of another time.
Universal language is spoken, the exchange of love is the only blue print All That Remains wishes to leave on this earth, that’s why the commitment to only ever producing less than 30 pieces of any one style will always remain.
As a lot of ATR is hand crafted and Individually made, many hours, days and nights can go into each piece of clothing. No two pieces of ATR can ever be the same & they need to be handled with the upmost love and care.
FIND YOUR MORAL COMPASS COLLECTION | shop here
All photography & film by Johnny Ladd | Music by Lamp of the Universe | Model – Nat Kelley10/09/2013
Ok, so we’re going to gush a little here, but we are MAJOR fans of Pip Edwards! Style icon, fashion blogger, design director at General Pants, stylist, super Mum, oh, and did we mention MEGA BABE? Is there anything Pip Edwards can’t do?!?
Like most of you, we’ve been following Pip in the media for several years now, and she can honestly do no wrong. Whether it be stepping out of the house looking incredible in the newest designer clothing, attending the latest fashion shows – front and center, successfully balancing her work/home life with her ridiculously handsome son Justice, and all the while managing to have a damn good time doing so. She’s the kinda ‘gal’ you feel you just want to know more about!
Well here’s some good news for you all, WHO Magazine have been lucky enough to delve deeper into the stylish world of Pip and have recently shot a feature in her beautiful Sydney home. Here, you can take a glimpse inside her enviable wardrobe and super stylish home. YES PLEASE!!! Can’t wait to get our hands on a copy.
Keep your eyes peeled over the next coming weeks in WHO Magazine. Pip even featured some Dos Ombré goodies that are currently in her home on her instagram! THANKS for the love Pip, the rug looks great
See above right, Dos Ombré spotted in Pip’s living room, ‘WOOLEN WARRIOR RUG‘ for a closer look – visit online HERE!10/05/2013
We thought we’d introduce you to one of our all-time favourite photographers, Slim Aarons.. THE MAN! Born and raised in New York in 1912 he was regarded as one of the most influential magazine photographers of his time. Aarons enlisted in the US army at 18 years old as a war photographer, later serving as a combat photographer in World War II and earning a Purple Heart, he quickly learnt that the only beach worth landing on was one “decorated with beautiful, seminude girls tanning in a tranquil sun.”
Having moved to Hollywood California after the war and becoming a personality himself, he began photographing the more superficial things in life “attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places.” “I knew everyone,” he said in an interview with The Independent in 2002. He photographed socialites, jet-setters, the rich & famous, nobles and celebrities, usually in their own lavish settings, and he never used a stylist, or a makeup artist. His ability to portray the people he photographed in a positive light meant he was welcomed at these high-society gatherings for this reason. “I knew everyone, they invited me to their parties as they knew that I would not cause them any harm”. “I was one of them”.
Keep Your Cool | Acapulco | 1978
Eden Roc Chat | Antibes France | 1976
Cat-Shaped Pool | Miami | 1955
Armando’s Beach Club | Acapulco Mexico | 1975
Catherine Wilke – 1980 | Underwater Drink – Acapulco Mexico – 1972
What we love most about his work; peeking into the luxurious homes, pool areas and backyards of some of the most famous and glamorous celebrities and notables over the years, you’re left wondering what it would have been like to be apart of their opulent and extravagant worlds.
Acapulco Villa 1968
El Venero | Marbella Spain | 1971
Eleuthera Pool Party | Bahamas | 1970
Kaufman House | Palm Springs | 1970
Penthouse Pool | Athens | 1961
Eden Roc Pool – Antibes France 1976 | Pool At Las Brisas – Acapulco Mexico – 1972
Flinstone Home | Arizona | 1973
To get a little piece of Slim in your home, you can purchase one of his incredible books HERE – definite coffee table must!29/04/2013
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