Forest History Society

the Forest History Society is probably exactly what you think it is – an archive dedicated to collecting, preserving, and disseminating forest and conservation history. they have an extensive collection of photographs that have been digitised, that you can search through here, as well as an online gallery sorted by subject. i found some of their best photographs over at their flickr page. makes you want to go camping, doesn’t it?

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Kip & Co

Kip & Co is an australian homeware brand that i discovered through the portfolio of photographer Armelle Habib, who shot their Dappled Dreams collection. they design what i would like to call epic bedding. i’ve always been a white sheets kinda gal, but if i had to dip my toes into something bright and colourful then this is the direction i’d go in.

Kip & Co began as the little dream of Melbourne girls, Alex, Kate and Hayley to create bright and beautiful bedding. Kip & Co designs have been inspired by unique, wild, and brave art and nature, soaked up on backpacking adventures around the globe and flea markets down the road. Now, working out of our living rooms (with an obligatory cup of tea in hand) we have designed a bedding range that will bring a new energy to your home.

photographed by  Armelle Habib & styled by Julia Green and Amber Leanette

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Laure de Sagazan

when we first got engaged i blogged about French bridal designer Laure de Sagazan, and now we’re getting married in less than 5 days – so i thought i’d show you their beautiful new collection. these are dreamy & timeless lace creations, don’t ask me how much they cost, but if you are ever lucky enough to wear one you should probably hand it down to your daughters.

photos by Laurent Nivalle

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Nico Krijno

i don’t know why it has taken my quite so long to dedicate a post to brilliant Cape Town based photographer Nico Krijno, i suppose it’s because his work is so well known here. but if you have not seen his imagery before let me introduce you. more at his website and at his tumblr. the girl in the pics is his lady, Mignonne.

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Tailfeather

Tailfeather is an Aussie leather goods brand, and they just shot a beautiful lookbook with stylist Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm.

Tailfeather products are meticulously designed and hand crafted by husband and wife team Scottie and Natalia in their studio nestled in the Tallarook ranges of Victoria. The range is built upon the knowledge and experience gained from time spent in the workshop—small runs and attention to detail ensure the highest possible quality is maintained.

photography: Brooke Holm, styling: Marsha Golemac, bags: Tailfeather

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