German eyewear label Carolina Lemke Berlin is known for trend-based pieces at accessible prices. Since opening its first Australian store in 2017, it has stocked a diverse range of optical and sunglasses, including these unisex pilot frames, also available in blue and smoky hues.
Carolina Lemke sunglasses, $99 carolinalemke.com.au
Using inspiration from its fifth exhibition at Milan's Salone del Mobile design fair, Madrid-based fashion house Loewe commissioned Spanish artisans to create leather bags, accessories and charms using traditional weaving techniques. Some of the extraordinary results will be available online and in selected stores in June.
Loewe "Bucket Fringes" bag, $2350 loewe.com
A far cry from their Eskimo sealskin predecessors, modern-day anoraks have long been a wardrobe staple in Scandinavia. Designed to be worn all year round, this R-Collection cotton jacket has an Aquatx coating, making it windproof as well as stain-and water-resistant. R-Collection Classic Anorak jacket, $265 anorakki.com.au
After benefiting from an ayurvedic approach to tackle her sensitive-skin problems, Melbourne's Sonia Lloyd set about creating her own skincare products. In ayurveda terms, Lloyd's combination skin type (or dosha) is classified as pitta, but her organic Rasasara range, made in Surrey Hills, also covers vata (dry) and kapha (oily) skin. Rasasara "Wildcrafted" black sesame oil, $38 rasasara.com
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