LIMITED TIME ONLY
OUR GIFT TO YOU....
20% off RRP
OUR ONLINE STORE
**excluding bridal tulle bolts
AT CHECKOUT PLEASE USE PROMO CODE: XMAS20
Valid on all online orders until 25th December 2017
Please note that all orders placed after 20th Decemeber 2017 will be sent out
once we reopen on the 10th of January 2018.
See our holiday trading hours below.
W51041 in IVORY 130CM
YR6236 in BLACK 120CM
We've been busy here updating our online store just for you!
Our store now includes our beautiful and coordinated range of plain silks from -satin chiffon, habotai and crepe de chine to the heavier faille and crepe satin – and of course everything in between!
We have also added a gorgeous selection of our embroidered tulles.
An expansive colour palette and an extensive range of fabrics all yours at a click of a button.
BRIDAL TULLE - SILK WHITE
SANDWASH SATIN - TIFFANY
GEORGETTE - MINT
ORGANZA - NUDE
TIME FOR PRINTS?
We've decided with this wonderful weather that it's the perfect timing to have a sale on some of our beautiful prints.
Select printed silks $10 p/m + gst
Check out the 'Prints' section on our website for the sale items!
Pictured at the front - L-R
HS38 Printed CDC 112CM, 12891 Printed Satin 137cm,
HS467 Printed CDC 112CM, HS 507 Printed CDC.
We will be closed 21st December 2017 - 9th January 2018
Regular trading hours commence from the 10th January 2018
Please note that all orders placed during this period will be sent out once we reopen on the 10th of January 2018.
Wishing you all a wonderful holiday season, and we look
forward to seeing you all in the New Year!
MELBOURNE STITCHES & CRAFT SHOW
NOV 23RD - 26TH 2017
ROYAL EXHIBITION BUILDING
'The Stitches & Craft show has a fresh new look filled with lots of new displays, classes and features. See the latest trends, products and supplies, be inspired by the creators and speak directly to the experts. The show is more than just an expo, it’s an experience. So dream it, create it, come along and make it. You’ll love it!' - stitchesandcraft.com.au
YAYOI KUSAMA: LIFE IS THE HEART OF A RAINBOW
NOV 4TH 2017 - 11 FEB 2018
Go dotty about the world, and it'll go dotty about you: that's the Yayoi Kusama story. For seven decades, the Japanese artist has thrust polka dots to the centre of her paintings, collages and installations, making her a contemporary art favourite — and all of those years of circular creativity are now coming to Brisbane's Gallery of Modern Art. A major showcase of her lengthy and prolific career since the 1950s. Co-curated with the National Gallery Singapore, where the exhibition is currently on display until September, it will boast than 70 of her pieces — featuring 24 works from her recent My Eternal Soul series, which has been ongoing since 2009, and currently comprises 500 canvases in total. -concretepalyground.com
2017 ARCHIBALD PRIZE
28 OCT to 10 DEC 2017
THE GEELONG GALLERY, VICTORIA
First awarded in 1921, the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ Archibald Prize is Australia’s favourite art award, and one of its most prestigious. Awarded to the best portrait painting, it’s a who’s who of Australian culture, with subjects often including politicians, celebrities, sporting heroes, authors and artists. Since its inception, the Archibald Prize has been engaging art enthusiasts, often stirring up controversy and always challenging the way we see ourselves and our society. Over the years, the prize has been awarded to many of Australia’s most prominent artists. The Geelong Gallery is delighted to be the exclusive Victorian venue for the 2017 Archibald Prize.
Fashion News -
A Z Z E D I N E A L I A!
'Alaïa, who has died aged 82 (although he often gave his date of birth as 1940, which would have made him five years younger), created clothes to match that profile: classical goddess-wear, body-fitting yet flattering, dramatic but not theatrical. His clingy 1980s dresses looked better in, and on, the flesh than in photographs. Anyone who handled his work sympathised with Alicia Silverstone’s spoilt little madam in the film Clueless, wailing at an armed mugger “You don’t understand, this is an Alaïa” as she refuses to fall to the dirty ground. Though Alaïa’s garments were so soundly constructed that the outfit’s feathers would hardly have been ruffled anyway.'