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Sandy dunes and oceanic views – Hyde & Stone releases Resort 2021

Where the earth meets the sea. Byron Bay-born label Hyde & Stone releases their Resort 2021 collection just in time for the long-awaited Australian summer.

Hyde & Stone is the luxuriously effortless and timeless label by Australian designer Jemyma Kavanagh that responsibly curates the wardrobe essentials we all desire. Transcending seasons, each collection is an exploration of undone ease and flattering form - to be layered and worn repeat.



Focusing on meticulously crafted fits, Kavanagh tailors locally in Byron Bay using 100% Italian linen and high quality fabrics. With a design execution that’s inherently responsible, Hyde & Stone works with a canvas of these fine natural fibres to create timeless, versatile and feminine silhouettes with a contemporary elegance.

The Resort 2021 collection is inspired by the essence and elements that are inherently well, resort. Languid shapes are found through the softness in textural oysters and rock formations. Sharp and structural lines are contrasted with free-flowing, draping silhouettes, tailored from time-softened linens and sleek refined silks. A tonal and elegant palette is formed through the subtle shades of sandy dunes, oceanic views and freshwater pearls. A picturesque and quintessentially Australian escape.



The Resort 21 campaign shoot was lensed by photographer and RUSSH friend Kelly Geddes. Featuring model Kelsey Martinovich, the dreamy shots showcase the fresh and minimalist designs on the Australian face who takes us on her adventure through incredible rock formations formed by the muted sea and the soft afternoon light.

Made to oscillate effortlessly between the seaside or trattoria, each collection is designed to endure - a reimagining of luxury as a lifestyle to be found in the everyday.

You can shop the Hyde & Stone Resort 2021 collection via Hyde&



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