Tiffany & Co. launched its Paper Flowers collection, designed by chief artistic director Reed Krakoff, the best way they know how – with breakfast of course. Inspired by detached petals delicately pinned back together, the collection was celebrated at the brand’s Melbourne boutique over cafe au lait and croissants, with guests including Yan Yan Chan and Lara Worthington resplendent in Paper Flower pieces, making the most of the Tiffany blue taxi.
The beach at midnight, afternoon cocktails and the best of local knowledge, all in Moncler Fragment. Here, Anna Feller spends a weekend the best way she knows how.
Between the vines. Photographer and filmmaker Alice Wesley-Smith sends RUSSH postcards from a weekend spent in wine country at Angove Winery, McLaren Vale.
Listen to your instincts; artist Clare Plueckhahn will show you how. Following the success of her Melbourne exhibition, Running with Wolves, Plueckhahn takes her collection to Sydney’s Sun Studios in November.