Silvia is Back in Black plus Dreamy New Georgia Jay Bags Just Arrived

Silvia is Back in Black plus Dreamy New Georgia Jay Bags Just Arrived

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

The Silvia Top has quickly made its way to our Permanent Collection. We're glad that you love it! Inspired by a ballet leotard, the Silvia has a wide v neckline and slight gathered front. Featuring a curved back, this tee is a flattering shape that will be a classic mainstay in your wardrobe. The Silvia is cut from a soft and cool wearing tencel knit and is now back in stock in Black.


Just Arrived...Another Dreamy Selection from Georgia Jay

Another selection of Georgia Jay bags have just arrived and in such a beautiful colour palette. Choose between dreamy pastel tones of Butter which is the palest yellow, the Maya Blue, a soft powder blue and Sage, a very pale celery green. 

Or would you like a warm winter tone like Coco Brown or the embossed leather in Toffee Croc? We have Black for a more classic piece or for something more vibrant and one of the biggest colour trends of the decade, Kermit Green. We currently have all colours available in both the Little Ombra and the Bean Baguette as well as  the more classic Etta Cross Body Style in Black Pebbled Leather. Georgia Jay was founded by Georgia Davison in Auckland, New Zealand where all of the bags are hand made in a transparent environment using dead stock leathers.


Gemma Smith, Open Forever (for George Saunders) 2021, acrylic and oil on linen at Milani Gallery

Perhaps we need nostalgia for comfort at the moment as our major galleries are presenting us with huge classic exhibitions over winter. Of course the Archibald Prize is showing at Sydney's Art Gallery of NSW and we wish them a speedy recovery from their lockdown as we can't wait to visit!

Melbourne's NGV is showing French Impressionism (from the Museum on Fine Arts, Boston) featuring works by Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Camille Pissarro, Mary Cassatt including 79 works that have never been exhibited before in Australia. Founded in 1861, the NGV is Australia's oldest and most visited art institution. French Impressionism is exhibiting until October 3rd. More details here.

Dreaming of warmer climes? Brisbane's GoMA is currently showing European Masters ( from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) with works from 1420 spanning 500 years and including  Rembrandt, Rubens, Turner, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne, and Monet. This exhibition runs until October 17 and you can read more details here.

If you prefer something more intimate, we love the work of Sydney based artist Gemma Smith (pictured) showing her current exhibition Open Forever at Milani Gallery, Brisbane until July 10th. More details here


Stay well from all of us at Arnsdorf X

July 05, 2021

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