To hell with what the weatherman says, winter is long gone as far as we're concerned. Boxes of lovely new stock are arriving daily, rails are loaded with new season colour and we're all a whiff with the smell of fresh white paint and hyacinths. Come say hello and get a hit of our new season high. We promise it's quite infectious.
The humble dot sticker. Probably still found in every good teacher's desk drawer. Now the object of our latest stationery obsession. Stick to lengths of coloured string for the easiest garland ever. Brighten up boring envelopes and parcels. Trail across walls just for fun. In fact, just about any surface crying our for a spot of colour.
"This is a one-of-a-kind wonderful book for children and grown-ups about books. How books are made, what they do, what people do with them. It is called Books! Flip through it and you will see why it is likely to turn children into book-lovers and parents into Books! lovers."
So true. Which is why we just had to share a few pages from this beautiful new edition of the slightly bonkers but utterly charming 60s classic.
This year's European expedition saw the pair partying in Berlin with the guys at 14oz, eating noodles at Mr Wong's, hanging out with Nigel Cabourn, checking out Brandenburg Gate and Foster's Reichstag dome, rummaging in Florence's amazing vintage stores, papping a papper (Scott Schuman aka The Sartorialist, third row on the right) and returning to Il Latini for some classic Italian homecooking. Oh and they bought some mighty nice AW14 menswear too.
He's the Australian interiors stylist we fell in love with when his gorgeous book, A Place Called Home, found its way onto our shelves. He calls Bondi his home, can't start work without coffee, loves a pop of colour and doesn't like things too matchy matchy. When he's not styling up a storm for the cameras, you'll find him swimming or sun baking at his favourite place of all, the beach. Meet Mr Jason Grant's sunshiney life.