Rounding up all our favourites for April.
A weekly fashion recap from the RUSSH office.
It’s the brand’s first official location in Melbourne, and the unique and architecturally-designed space is set off High Street, Armadale.
There’s nothing more exciting than finding the perfect piece of jewellery. Which is why we’ve giving one lucky RUSSH reader the chance to win a Sarah & Sebastian Insignia Diamond Necklace.
Sarah Gittoes shares the pictures of her last trip into the waters of Montague and her encounters with its local seal population.
Inspired by the works of American conceptual artists Fred Sandback and Sol LeWitt, Sarah & Sebastian return with their latest collection, Sol, an exploration of geometric shapes and minimal yet intricate designs.
Clean, crisp and pure. There’s something liberating about an all-white ensemble. From idyllic dresses to structured layers – mix and match to make it your signature.
Dion Lee’s AW 17 collection was all for the woman. Strength and femininity collided in an array of belted waists, bold colours and metal accessories crafted in collaboration with Sarah & Sebastian. The future’s bright.
Set in motion. Dion Lee SS 17 stayed true to the label’s signature sumptuous minimalism, with forms derived from the art of opposition. Lee continues to inspire and create in collaboration with jewellery label Sarah & Sebastian, this time extending his play on kinetic sculpture and overlapping shapes. Here, we go behind the scenes for show time in the designer’s adopted hometown of New York.
The next movement. Drawing inspiration from Dada art, Sarah & Sebastian’s video for new collection, Pendel, sees model Noam Frost dramatically adorned, with violin accompaniment from Molly McCoy.