Style for Christmas: Days of Wine & Roses

For extravagantly long days of leisure with family and friends, sharing leftovers, hamper spoils and bloody marys. Trade in your speed boat for the L’Eclaireur backgammon set on a whim (they’re worth about the same). Make brunch last all. Day. Long. My faves are cushions from Melbourne homewares brand Nowhere Creek and Third Drawer Down’s Light Cashmere Weather frisbee. Frolic and laugh, laugh and frolic. Repeat. These are the times…

Click on the images below to take a closer look. At the end of the post is a shopping list for your ‘convenience’. This is the point where you may start to lose focus and start spoiling yourself. You have our permission. In fact, we insist.




L-R: MAX & Co. ‘Agraria’ cap, MAX & Co. ‘Caspio’ shirt, Third Drawer Down Auto Portrait X Martin Parr 100% linen tea towel, Nerida Winter ‘Avalon’ hat in scarlet, Third Drawer Down X Jon Campbell ‘Light Cashmere Weather’ frisbee, Limedrop ‘Gold Cloud’ studs, Farfetch LANVIN Love notebook, MAX & Co. ‘Peron’ skirt, Farfetch L’ECLAIREUR  backgammon set, Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra If I Can Dream album, Farfetch A.P.C. circle cuff, MAX & Co. ‘Acapulco’ shoes, kikki.K Glass water bottle with cup: Svenska Hem Stilla, Farfetch DELFINA DELETTREZ 18kt gold pearl ear cuff, Nowhere Creek Vintage Floral cushion covers in pink, green and blue

The Living Gift.

Stylist Mel Brady‘s pick: Wattle


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I wanted to create a fun themed ‘gift giving’ series that reflects who The Garb Wire is. To do this I selected films from the New York Times Best 1000 Movies Ever Made list, then hunted & gathered products inspired by those titles.

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This editorial was created by Melissa Ogier at The Garb Wire. Images supplied with thanks by Nowhere Creek, EVHPR, Trish Nicol Agency, Third Drawer Down, and Sony Music Australia.

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