Dance like Sylvie Guillem in our new ballet inspired, Silvia Top

Dance like Sylvie Guillem in our new ballet inspired, Silvia Top

Jerri wears the Silvia Top in Black with the Vanessa Pant in Sand

 

Jade was inspired by her young daughter Silvia's classic ballet leotard to create our new Silvia Top. Dance like Sylvie Guillem! The top features an elegant, wide V Neckline with a few subtle gathers at the centre front. It skims the shoulder line and curves down at the back. The fabric is a fine and light weight Tencel Jersey with a little spandex which is very soft to the touch. It is a very comfortable style to wear as well as being an incredibly versatile piece for your wardrobe. 

 

Arnsdorf announced as finalist in the Australian Fashion Laureate Awards

Jade Sarita Arnott, founder and designer of Arnsdorf

Arnsdorf has just been named as a finalist in the prestigious Australian Fashion Laureate Awards in the new Sustainable Innovation Category. The annual awards which are presented by IMG and the NSW Government have undergone a change this year to address the evolving face of the fashion industry. Previous categories such as womenswear designer of the year, menswear designer of the year and model of the year have been forgone to reflect a more mindful and contemporary attitude with new awards that commend sustainability and social enterprise.

Vote for Us ;) 

This year, you have an opportunity to vote in the People's Choice Awards which is being sponsored by Afterpay. Follow the link to their site here to vote for your favourite brand ;) and winners of both awards will be announced on December 1.

 

As Melbourne rejoices in 'donut days', we are ecstatic about being able to sit down with a choc top at our favourite cinemas again. Artist, writer and filmmaker Miranda July's latest movie Kajillionaire is screening now at Cinema Nova, Palace Cinemas and the Classic Cinemas. Palace Cinemas are also currently showing the British Film Festival until November 29.

 
 

Stay well from all of us at Arnsdorf X

November 26, 2020 — Thea Basiliou