It's the end of another week, and what better way to bid adieu than to round up our 7 favourite fashion moments from the week that was. From the highly-anticipated opening of SIR. The Label's first flagship store in Bondi Beach, to a complete monogram takeover courtesy of Burberry at The Crown Towers, here's what you might have missed.
Australian brand COMMAS has opened its first physical space and retail environment, titled the COMMAS Weekend Residency, to celebrate the arrival of the brand's SS22 resortwear collection. Housed within a heritage 1870’s building along leafy Queen Street, Woollahra, the Weekend Residency is open to the public this Saturday and Sunday. The space not only features a first-hand look at the brand's latest pieces; but is also filled with a collection of rare mid-century Italian furniture carefully curated from Colecta Rara’s sustainable capsule. A sensory experience for the mind, body and soul.
Burberry TB Summer takes over the Pool Deck at Crown Towers in Sydney
Burberry celebrated the launch of its latest TB Summer Monogram with a takeover on the pool deck at Crown Towers Sydney. This was a continuation of the takeovers which launched earlier in the year at the Good Time Hotel in Miami, Casa Jondal Beach Club in Ibiza, Pina Wake Surf Club in Thailand and Twiggy Beach Club in Dubai. The Crown Towers Sydney pool deck is immersed in interlocking TB initials, refreshed for this season with new colourways, including cobalt blue, deep royal blue, and mid grey; capturing the optimism and spirit of summer.
Much-loved Australian brand SIR. The Label has officially opened its first-ever flagship store against the backdrop of iconic Sydney location, Bondi. Located on Gould Street, the store will stock a range of new collection pieces, as well as some of the brand's coveted signature items. Styled by the one and only Tamsin Johnson, the interiors speak to the sophisticated and timeless nature of the brand – forming a perfect union between the space and the clothes that are housed within.
Ultra-luxury Swiss watchmaker, Roger Dubuis, a serial innovator within the traditional watch making world, is bringing its luxury vision to its loyal Australian audience with the opening of the brand’s first Australian boutique in Sydney on December 10. Those familiar with the watchmaker would know that collaboration is at the heart of the brand; and it only seemed fitting that for its debut in Australia, Roger Dubuis collaborate with with local Sydney artist, Jamie Preisz, on a store illustration. The artwork represents the store using bold gestures, contrasted by intricate and technical details of the space, and was completed in a single sitting. You can visit the new Roger Dubuis store now.
If you're well-versed in Australian fashion, you'll already be aware of sustainably-minded label Jillian Boustred. Known for its easy-to-wear silhouettes and classic basics, the brand is celebrating the festive season early by releasing five pieces from its upcoming Soleil collection a month early. Think lemon playsuits, a sorbet gingham maxi, and polka-dot dresses with peek-a-boo cut-outs which perfectly capture the nostalgic golden days.
Founded by partners in both business and in life, Lia-Belle King and Lotte Barnes-King, WORN is the brand you'll be seeing everywhere this summer. Built on the principles of environmental responsibility and sustainable luxury, WORN is a brand made for home, wardrobe and habit; with each piece made by hand. Sustainable from beginning to end – with every material traceable and using only natural biodegradable fabrications, (including buttons and elastic across clothing), most with organic and oeko-tex certifications – WORN understands the balance between craftsmanship and considerate manufacturing.
Ushering us into the holiday season, a new Sake brand has launched in Australia and it's the name on every Sydney-siders lips. Clean, gluten free, additive and preservative free; Sydney celebrated the launch of SAKE SAKE at Albus Lumen's sacred and coveted space, Société, located in Bondi Beach, where guests were invited to try the new drop.