GORMAN HOME TIME
There is no denying that Gorman is a regular go-to for a number of us at Arent&Pyke. Gusty prints, the boldest of colours and nostalgic sundresses of our youth make for easy-go-lucky day to day dressing.
And just when we thought it couldn’t get any better, in comes ‘Gorman Home Time‘, an extensive collection of homewares produced with local and international creative types.
The collaboration features (amongst others) the ceramic work of Connie Lichti, a Melbourne based ceramicist, bedding from Leah Bartholomew of Beneath the Sun, turned wooden candlesticks by Charlie the wood turner from Melbourne, Sarah Rowe of Mrs Moresby quilts, all made with her own hands, all one of a kind, olive oil soaps by Tamara Meiklejohn from Monkeyscrub from the Barossa Valley, brightly coloured mohair rugs from St Albans in Melbourne, a colouring book by Tin&Ed from downtown Fitzroy, placemats from Lisa’s husband Dean at Angelucci 20th Century and a new version of the quintessentially Australian Christmas present, the beach towel by Sydney based Rachel Castle.
The range is available in two special pop-up shop locations – in Melbourne at the GPO and the Fitzroy store and in Sydney at The Galeries and Chatswood Chase stores. The range is also available online.