How has this only just happened? Lady Queen of splashy prints and washed back chambray, Lisa Gorman, has collaborated with a bunch of Melbourne crafty-types for a range of homewares and they’re magic. Obviously.
Gorman took the fruity prints of her hi-summer range (I was oh-so-close to buying this pineapple tee) and stuck them on a bunch of cushions, quilts and doonas. Genius! There are also predictably adorable ceramics and quirky wooden candle holders made locally in Melbs. So quirky it hurts. But really though, I basically want to deck my whole house with this range and wear the denim/watermelon print apron forever and ever.
Care Factor: Gorman isn’t a completely ethical/sustainable brand, but it certainly makes an effort. You can read their full sustainability policy here, but in short they are trying to cut down carbon miles and packaging and have an Organics range made from organic cotton. PLUS several of the homewares items were handmade here in Australia (the ceramics and woodworking that I know of).
Ridiculously adorable ceramics from $49 (find them here)