The Weekend Australian - Travel - - TRAVEL & INDULGENCE -

We love a jot of on­estop Christ­mas shop­ping and never more so than when artis­tic col­lab­o­ra­tions are in­volved. Jen­nifer Hart of Ev­ery­day Cash­mere has teamed with fel­low cre­ative spir­its Kristina Am­mitzboll of Pigna Stu­dio and Penny Hanan of 1803 Ar­ti­san Deer De­sign in a popup shop at 55 Re­gent Street, Padding­ton, near Al­lianz Sta­dium and the Syd­ney Cricket Ground, about 15 min­utes by car from the CBD. Open daily to De­cem­ber 13, the airy cor­ner store stocks Ev­ery­day Cash­mere su­per-soft wraps, pon­chos and floaty gar­ments, in­clud­ing sum­mer-weight styles. The 1803 col­lec­tion is fash­ioned from the antlers and hides of farmed red Aus­tralian deer and in­cludes antler han­dles on car­bon steel blades forged by The Can­berra Cut­lery Col­lec­tive. Dan­ish-born Am­mitzboll’s Pigna Stu­dio hand­crafted jew­ellery ranges from gold triple-hooped or ster­ling sil­ver wing ear­rings to stream­lined and ul­tra­con­tem­po­rary pieces us­ing semi­precious stones such as opals and lus­trous black Tahi­tian pearls. Also on sale are Twig soy wax can­dles and pret­tily pack­aged soaps in com­bos such as sweet grape­fruit and fig from An­gela Laven­der at Coun­try Cul­ture plus fun resin ban­gles in lol­lipop colours. Ev­ery­day Cash­mere’s sim­i­lar con­cept will con­tinue at its Castle­crag store. More: ev­ery­day­cash­;; pig­nas­tu­


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