All Wrapped Up with Mineral
Mineral dress and long line bomber.
Eighthirty on Anzac Ave.
Damien Hurst at Gow Langsford Gallery
One weekend morning’s cafe explorations led us to the newly opened Eighthirty post on the ground floor of Tasman Building. Inside, it’s bright and sleek with an enviably stylish wall shelving filled with knick knacks and assortment of pour-overs, an impossibly modern black counter, and warm wooden accents throughout. My weapon of choice at the moment is a piccolo. Cabinet offerings aside, they make quick and easy breakfast as well–the ricotta brioche with seasonal fruit is a treat and perhaps a healthier, less sugary option for this french toast lover. Seeking inspiration, we caught the Damien Hurst exhibition at Gow Langsford Gallery at Kitchener Street. Even in diamond dusted print, the iconic For The Love of God is out of this world. Unbelievable.
Bidding summer adieu with a wardrobe refresh. A new line called Mineral from Farmers has struck a chord or two with my monochromatic soul. The collection is composed of clean and minimalistic silhouettes made with elegant fabrics and in beautiful muted shades. A delicate stripe dress, a long line tie front bomber in the softest silk like fabric, and a cosy knit jumper are a few essentials I’ve gathered for wrapping up under the cooler weather.
What are your essentials this autumn/winter season? Let me know in the comments below for a chance to win a $100 Farmers voucher! Congratulations Rose!