• Tag: jewellery


    Yellowtrace Spotlight // April 2014.

    7th April

    Sssss’up y’all? Welcome to another edition of Yellowtrace Spotlight. From home renovations to new stores, we’re going to give you a good taste of what’s new and what’s happening. In this month’s design news you can read about Dulux’s colourful collaboration with Australian Fashion Designers, sexy new Goodman office by MAKE Creative, a beautiful home in Melbourne by MRTN Architects, a killer Paris apartment renovation by Cut Architectures, jewellery collaboration between Alpha60 + Melanie Katsalidis, new Douglas and Bec store opening in Melbourne and more!



    Fort Standard // Industrial Design Studio in New York.

    21st August

    Fort Standard is a Brooklyn-based contemporary industrial design studio founded by Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings. Pure geometry, sophisticated detailing, and long lasting natural materials like timber, marble and brass are the hallmark of their work. The pair have developed a distinct design language rooted in simplicity and functionality, attention to detail, connections and materiality which they describe as a “warm-contemporary” aesthetic. I, on the other hand, describe it as hipster-ville…



    Ladies & Gentlemen Studio.

    29th May

    I’ve been following the work of Ladies & Gentlemen Studio for quite some time. This young design duo continues to impress me time after time with beautifully resolved product and little elements of surprise. Seeing their work pop up during the recent New York Design Week as part of NoHo Design District, reminded me exactly how much I love them…



    Yellowtrace Spotlight // March 2013.

    4th March

    It’s the first Monday of the month, which means it’s Yellowtrace Spotlight time! In this month’s edition I’m sharing with you a whole bunch of design news including a beautiful new house by Wolveridge Architects; new products from AÃRK Collective, Dinosaur Designs and Nick Rennie; art exhibitions by Troy Emery and Marc Freeman; fun workshops at the Object Gallery amongst other things…



    Yellowtrace Spotlight // November 2012.

    5th November

    Happy Monday dear readers! I would like to kick off the week by introducing you to a brand new regular column called “Yellowtrace Spotlight” – hooray! Each month I will bring you a whole bunch of good stuff I wouldn’t normally be able to share with you due to the limited number of posts. The column will feature all manner of things such as new products, art exhibitions, design events, lifestyle news and the like – many of those would normally suffocate under a large pile of emails and press releases I receive every day…



    10th Anniversary Jewellery by Atelier XJC.

    13th March

    If you are a regular reader of yellowtrace (high five to you – woohoo!) you would know that I don’t usually post about fashiony wearable type stuff. Alas, today I decided to break one of my own rules and post about this experimental jewellery by Swiss luxury design firm Atelier XJC. These incredibly intricate pieces, which reference feathers, scales and large delicate ruffs, were commissioned by Atelier XJC for their 10th birthday, resulting in a collection of cuffs, collars, a hat, a bag plus a few other sculptural pieces.

    Now… that’s all well and good, super amazing and beautiful, etc, etc. But what I am really intrigued about is the awesome photography by Milo Keller & Julien Gallico, and even more so – the exceptionally intriguing choice of models…




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