Silk, Cashmere and Indigenous Art in Sydney

Cashmere and silk are never out of place. Even in The Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney after a sports shoot, a girl can wrap herself in some artistic, stunning pashmina and chiffon and be right at home…. Or Sydney, which is basically my second home since I lived there anyway. Makes total sense, right? WE LOVE SYDNEY TOWN!

The images above show <a href=”https://www.kirrikin.com/collections/kirrikin-womens-accessories/products/copy-of-silk-habutai-scarve-kangaroos&#8221; target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Francine Kickett’s <em>stunning </em>100% pure silk “Kangaroos”</a> scarf, as well as <a href=”https://www.kirrikin.com/collections/kirrikin-womens-accessories/products/cashmere-scarve-gathering-mussels-pink&#8221; target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Kerry McCarthy’s gorgeous pink “Gathering Mussels”</a> (also pure silk).

I’m still getting better at the whole head scarf thing, but we’ll get to Jackie O status soon enough.

Mel xo

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