A daydream collection of garden gatherings, communing with petals and plants, and stretching towards the sun. This collection pays homage to how intertwined we are with the earth and each other.
“I was inspired to create this range after rediscovering a favourite childhood book about the many and varied species of desert animals. One could be forgiven for thinking of deserts as barren and desolate places, but so many creatures and plants have adapted to thrive there. This is my celebration of this fascinating landscape.”
In times of great change, there are golden opportunities for growth and connection. We are given the chance to see with fresh eyes, to rebuild, to begin again. To reconsider who we want to be, how we want to live, and how we want to love. Universal Love is about awakening to and connecting with the opportunities, surrounding ourselves with the messages that empower and support us, so we can empower and support each other.
“This collection was inpsired by a project I did about ‘Kabuki’, which is a type of Japanese theatre. I love the symmetry in the Japanese traditional prints and the dramatic portrayal of mythical beasts especially dragons.”
Grasslands is Sarah’s first collection after moving back to the United States from Brazil. Landing in her hometown, where very little is foreign, her mind has wandered even farther away, to places she’s never been. Grasslands is inspired by tiny savanna flora and the animals that graze them. Prints include bold embroidered florals and a camouflaged safari menagerie, how many animals can you find?
Cloud9 Flannel is back with Northerly – a sweet wintery collection of critters and basics.
Four designers came together to form this collection. With their different styles there is a print to appeal to everyone. Our smooth matte laminate fabric makes for wonderful and durable accessories. Check out this collection by artists Jessica Nielsen, Elizabeth Olwen, Yao Cheng and Eloise Renouf.
A curated collection of Christmas prints by Alicia Pazos, Alanna Cavanagh, Circe Oropeza, Shannon McNab, Louise Cunningham and Vivian Yiwing.