Brands

 
February 2019

February 2019

 

CLEMENTINE LEON

When two sisters came together, they both brought with them a desire for high quality and carefully crafted jewellery. Their perfectionistic pursuits and precise attention to detail, was merged with their love of unrefined stones and the Clementine Leon range was born.

The pieces seek to capture the contrasting yet complimenting nature of sisterhood, by putting natural semi precious stones up against sharp geometric shapes. The artisan earrings are designed locally and each handmade piece is distinct from the other, as they remain faithful to being one-of-a-kind.

 
February 2019

February 2019

CANDID

Candid is an artist run, independent clothing brand based in Melbourne.
The latest range, titled "Communication Centre", looks to explore time, place
& creative processes.

All of the products from the new range are hand designed, screened & printed. 

Candid is interested in slowing the process of fast fashion, with more personalised work. Each piece is 1/1 & not to be mass produced. 

 
February 2019

February 2019

 

KIRKIS

Kirkis is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work spans a range of audio and visual media. He's an accomplished painter, video maker and musician who's shared stages with artists including Hiatus Kaiyote and Floating Points. Coinciding with his sophomore album, Kirkis 2, Kirkis will present a collection of 8 paintings encompassing themes of post-humanism and duality.

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common people

Common People bags will be joining us in the space in March 2019.


”Common People was born from a love of fashion and accessories,
and an appreciation of all things design.

We aim to inspire, embrace, and challenge the accepted - to
create a genuine and loyal community where people feel inspired, empowered and have the confidence to be themselves (bag or no bag).”

 
January 2019

January 2019

KERRIN

Kerrin is an Australian menswear label, exploring and celebrating travel, the outdoors and contemporary Australian culture.

“The Kerrin pop-up at 408 Smith Street was a hit. The grey-washed plywood walls and the aluminium-topped cabinetry proved a harmonious backdrop to the premium menswear on display. It was easy to set the tone for a good old-fashioned trunk show where people felt comfortable to wander in, check out the range, enjoy a coffee and get to know the team behind the label. The people and the setting at 408 Smith complemented the friendly and laid-back vibe that Kerrin.co embodies.”

December 2018

December 2018

LOOM TOWELS


”Collections are created as limited edition designs of between
75 - 150 pieces. Each towel is something to be cherished as
designs do not get remade. Our vision is to consistently create
new, exclusive items and to keep exploring new ways to bring
artisan crafts into more homes. Mikala James, the founding
director of Loom Towels designs every collection, blending
inspiration from the traditional craft with a modern vibe and her
own sense of style.

Mikala founded Loom Towels in 2011 after a chance encounter
during a venturesome holiday in Turkey. Her innate love of textiles,
strong values in sustainability and craftsmanship (and a bit of luck)
all led her to creating Loom Towels.”