Knowing how to crumb meat or veg to shallow fry, is what I would consider an essential piece of knowledge that any cook should know. Why? because so many cultures have adopted or been using the crumbing method of cookery for centuries, and it has become a super relatable and very moorish way to cook… Read More
A little celebration is in order for our friends at The Standard Store as they have opened doors to their third store in Barangaroo, Sydney’s fresh new retail-meets-F&B playground on the harbour front. A couple weeks ago I went to visit founders Nicola and Orlando Reindorf who had just pulled together the airy storefront, designed by Aussie… Read More
Man or woman, woman or man, the best selection of classic workout gear should be unisex in our eyes. We have arrived at day and age where high performance sportswear has not only made its way onto the High Street, but onto mostly all other streets as a matter of fact. So in the spirit… Read More
I sat down with the Vogue Australia team to talk about what inspires my work, and what I look for when I travel.
Pictured clockwise from the top left / Maison Balzac x 2 by Lyn and Tony ‘Strangeness’ candle / OG Thai Matches / A Land Store Fish Masking Tape / Horse Brand Stamp Pad / Label Maker / Used Paint Dish / Coloured Ball-Point Pens / Mono Workwear Issue / 2 by Lyn and Tony Neck… Read More
We collaborated with Aussie object designers Lyn Balzer and Tony Perkins [ 2 by Lyn and Tony ] to produce a jewellery collection to go with W’menswear Fall ’16. We produced a range of salty jewellery that reflect the waves of time, collaged salvaged vintage denim and raw brass hardware into wearable forms that speak… Read More
I’m Presenting the internet premiere of our W’menswear Fall 16 collection in full. Over the past year I have been working on this project in the quiet shadows that lie outside the internet world. W’menswear, the brainchild of Ponytail Journal, is another pride and joy – An idea put in place to make my little mark… Read More