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WHAT: the Murawai Scarf by Good + Co. (linen/cotton/modal…I can vouch for how delicious this is as I own one! ) WHERE: online at Good + Co.! WHO FOR: any person on your gifting list who would relish a little luxury around their neck combined with the beautiful, artist nod to our dreamy NZ coastline. :: SHOP HERE :: (Pssssst – you can use the code XMAS20 to get 20% off your order! Offer ends Sunday 13th)

We introduced you to PomPom and their fun loving, top quality woolly hats in the lead up to our southern hemisphere winter – now they are back in time for Christmas AND the extreme needs of our down under summers! Our holey ozone calls for wide flat peaked caps, while those evenings when the sun dips down or we’re warming up from a long session in the sea, need a snug cotton beanie. A great range for friends, folks, small people and large is online now AND they are running a special

I consider myself so lucky to have recently spent a few days on an island with a young, passionate creative soul called Indigo Greenlaw (there were also others on this island too!) Indigo and I were both invited to speak as part of the 2015 A Bit More Soul photography retreat and while I talked on the relatively light and dry subject of social media for small biz, I joined 40 others to sit captivated to hear the talk delivered by Indigo. She outlined her part in The Paper Rain Project launched

WHAT: a hardy, roomy and very good looking man bag – the Laden Back Pack WHERE: online at Elk! WHO FOR: for the man who is uncompromising on design, owns a lot of stuff and needs to carry it places. :: SHOP HERE ::

4 years ago The Brim Label was born in London under the keen eye and hand of young kiwi designer; Emma Cheape. Now it has returned to its homeland and a studio on the shores of Lake Taupo with a whole new sunny collection of handmade “brims” in fine fabrics! Welcome them home by taking a trawl through the collection here.    Imagery supplied by and posted with permission of The Brim Label ……

There’s little I need to say here in terms of introduction to Abby. If you have followed Studio Home from the beginning or even just in the last year, you will know that I readily share any new work of this multi talented Melbourne creative! The Astor Collection, like all the others preceding it, unfailingly communicates the Abby Seymour aesthetic while still bringing something new and very fresh to the table. I can NEVER pick…but if forced too…well this and this would be welcome at my house! Take some time

WHAT: The leather Janis Festival Bag in “Russet”(also in black)  handmade by Emily Mahy of Go Ask Alice.  WHERE: online at Go Ask Alice! WHO FOR: That friend who carries wayyyyy too much around in her handbag…this will force her to edit down a little. :: SHOP HERE ::

Remember when we introduced you to the Etsy AU campaign they have launched in support of Plan Internationals Because I Am A Girl Campaign ? Well we’re continuing our partnership with the great team at Etsy to help you meet some of those independent makers who have thrown their hat in the ring to take part. Seller’s involved have committed to #makeforgood and will donate at least 20% of revenue from the sale of the products they create for the collection to Because I Am A Girl. Etsy will be donating the

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