What started as a gift idea for family and friends spurred a new approach to business for designer Anna Westcott. The creation of a range of quilts and textiles in muted, tonal colours for her new line Aneau became a form of meditation for Westcott – and a platform for seeking out likeminded creators. Her journey lead her to the Purkal women’s foundation in a rural village at the foothills of the Indian Himalayas, alongside photographer and friend Hannah Scott-Stevenson. To celebrate the launch of Aneau, Wescott and Scott-Stevenson are hosting an exhibition of the photographs captured during their time in India at The Special Group Studios, Surry Hills. The exhibition will run from October 26 to 31.
Fifty-five floors above the ground in Melbourne’s iconic Rialto building, chef Shannon Bennett and Stella Artois unveiled a taste of their collaborative menu for the forthcoming 2019 Stella Artois Caulfield Cup.
It’s the city of dreams, they say, and Los Angeles is everything you’d imagine it to be. Here in West Hollywood is where I allowed myself to get lost in the haze – if only for a moment.
“There is a kind of elusive sexuality that exists in the spaces between explicitly masculine and feminine.” Matilda Dods takes us into her home, shows us her androgynous style and her affinity for David Bowie.