So Frenchy… So Chic

October 31, 2014 § Leave a comment

After having a beautiful little bubba myself 9 months ago, finding baby clothes that were more stylish than garish turned out to be more of a struggle than I had hoped. Then, Wilson + Frenchy came into our wardrobe and baby G went to the cutest girl in playgroup. Being on the tiny side, I found their 0000’s the perfect fit for her delicate frame and the prints their onsies and leggings came in, were just adorable. For the mummas that don’t like dressing their girls in all pink and boys in blue, Wilson+Frenchy do a wonderfully moderate line of greys and beige. The Melbourne-based label are stocked in all good baby shops and their wares can be purchased via their website. Here are some of my favourite looks of the season. Enjoy. Bib Nappypant whatletee WilsonandFrenchy Images via Wilson+Frenchy

SoH love, new obsession

October 31, 2014 § Leave a comment

Despite the recent heatwave Sydney has been experiencing, you can always find an excuse to light a beautiful candle and I have just discovered my new obsession… SOH Melbourne candles.  The Copper Fig Tree candle from the Brass Vessel collection gets my tick of approval and has made our Paddington pad smell positively spring. Available online; $65. Scent of Home copper SOHMelbourne Images via Scent of Home

Smooch this

October 23, 2014 § Leave a comment

After delightfully receiving my November party issue of Gourmet Traveller magazine, I stumbled across a lovely little write up on Canberra-based silversmith, Alison Jackson. Her Smooch Bowls are just the sweetest; snuggled up close to each other, the bowls have a rounded base and are made from sterling silver with oxidised finishes. With an online shop to boot, hop to and browse through her extensive hollowware homeware collection.

Smooch Bowl

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The Jewellery Broker

January 22, 2014 § Leave a comment

Launching… The Jewellery Broker!

After 10 years working for major jewellery houses such as Bulgari and Fairfax & Roberts, and working behind the scenes bringing extraordinary masterpieces to life, Ruggero Pirrotta has launched The Jewellery Broker – a shopfront-free service which brings the jewellery designing and manufacturing process direct to the customer. Catering to the luxury bespoke market, The Jewellery Broker sources diamonds from the same diamond dealers that supply the world’s biggest jewellery houses, then works with the client on creating custom-made, handcrafted jewellery pieces. Creating everything from engagement rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces with conflict free diamonds sourced from Belgium, Canada, India, Africa and Australia, The Jewellery Broker is the go-between for discerning customers who want to be involved in the creation process from start to finish. While based in Sydney, The Jewellery Broker works with clients around Australia and offers a Skype service when needed. For more information or to get in touch with the master, Ruggero, head to or call 0459 100 055.

Ruggero Pirrotta

Featherstone PR goes live

June 26, 2013 § Leave a comment

Very pleased to let you know my Featherstone PR website is now up and running, thanks to the amazingly talented Katie Sorrenson, Featherstone’s resident graphic designer. If you’re after PR representation and operate within the design and lifestyle realm, please do get in touch.


Totes Amazeballs

June 9, 2013 § Leave a comment

For the Australian locals, check out today’s fabulous Sunday Style magazine. Aside from the smokin’ hot cover, flick to the beauty pages and see Christopher Hanlon’s foray into “Australia’s biggest glossy”. His Papaya + Truffle creme really is, TOTES AMAZEBALLS!

Christopher Hanlon, The Strand Arcade, Level 2, 193 Pitt Street Mall, Sydney NSW Australia

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Via Featherstone PR

The Fash Pack

June 5, 2013 § Leave a comment

Now I’m no ace of spades when it comes to playing cards, but I reckon I could shape up if I had this fashionable pack of cards to play with. From the minimalist specialist Joe Doucet, the ‘Iota’ set of cards are sleek, super fine and would make the chicest of side table accessory.




Images by Joe Doucet via Yatzer


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