Bilum & Bilas “Amaki” studs.
AJE x Brett Whiteley Studio “The Starry Night” scarf.
Weaving is passed down through the generations in Papua New Guinea, where women make bilum (traditional bags) and bilas (body adornments). The social enterprise Bilum & Bilas aims to take this craft, which includes these natural fibre and gold-plated brass earrings, to a wider audience. Bilum & Bilas "Amaki" studs, $99, bilumandbilas.com
Clogs are making a comeback in upmarket Brooklyn, according to The New York Times. But if you ask the staff at Australian boutique Funkis, which has stocked the European footwear since 1996, they'll say they never went away. These clogs are designed in Sydney and made in Sweden, using vegetable-dyed leather. Funkis "426 Vendela" clogs, $189, funkis.com
Funkis “426 Vendela” clogs.
Jacquemus “Le Gadjo XS” bag.
The 2019 Resort collection marks 10 years for Melbourne label Aje. To celebrate, the label collaborated with Wendy Whiteley and the Brett Whiteley Studio on a range of clothing that features Brett Whiteley artworks, including a capsule collection of five limited-edition silk scarves. AJE X Brett Whiteley Studio "The Starry Night" scarf, $195, artgallery.nsw.gov.au/shop
Known for his playful shapes and materials, young French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus has released his spring/summer 2019 menswear collection. It includes this cross-body bag, made from woven straw with leather detailing. Jacquemus "Le Gadjo XS" bag, $416, matchesfashion.com
Travel Kit from Orbitkey.
Never lose your SIM card again while travelling. The Travel Kit from Orbitkey neatly holds two SIM cards, and includes a pin for ejecting SIM trays as well as a space to write your contact details. While this handy accessory can be added to any keyring, it's designed to fit the Orbitkey organiser – a neat system that transforms a cluster of keys into a compact stack. – Frances Mocnik
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