[Image credit: Clan Collective]
Local designers and creators will light up Macquarie Street with cute and quirky home wares, gifts for furry friends and beautiful handmade jewellery.
Love your pet? Pup E Style will be showcasing all of their fun and colourful pet ID tags.
Four little letters offer a range of beautiful handmade jewellery, specialising in geometric designs using sustainably sourced wood and bamboo from within Australia.
CO’B by Design offers a range of custom pieces including artworks, jewellery and lamps. Each piece is handmade and thoughtfully created, using a range of materials and techniques. Inspired by nature, the latest collection of jewellery features flowers and leaves which have been incorporated into clay giving each piece a unique texture and pattern.
A love of colour and texture and a desire to do something creative was what lead Kathleen Benham into the world of making jewellery. Based in her home studio in inner eastern Melbourne, Kathleen creates polymer clay accessories that are colourful, quirky and unique.
Sensilla offer handmade home fragrances including soy candles, room diffusers and room sprays. The word ‘Sensilla’ comes from the scientific term to describe olfactory sensory organs in Arthropods. This name perfectly describes the essentiality of our sense of smell through our everyday living and its ability to trigger strong memories and emotions.
Chief Thundercloud Co hand make beautiful tassel and felt décor – dream catcher inspired wall hangings, banners, garlands and mobiles.
Clan Collective is a multidisciplinary design studio specialising in high quality ethically made functional works of art. The current collection consists of unique jewellery pieces, home wares, luxurious textiles and fine art prints. Clan Collective proudly designs and creates all of its pieces within Australia.
Based in Hadden Victoria, Jennifer Smith hand makes children and toddler wear, toys, throws and cushions. Each item is made with love care then trialled and tested by her eight grandchildren.
Working mostly with inks, watercolours and gouache, Ashlea’s works are lavishly detailed and luringly colourful. She enjoys walking the line between the beautiful and strange and often combines the two to draw you in to unfamiliar worlds.
Friday 19 August
Macquarie Street, Prahran (near corner of Greville St/Macquarie Street)
City of Stonnington