WHAT: (Miniature) Jewellery designer
Saturday Lollipop’s jewellery looks good enough to eat. Featuring miniature food on necklaces, earrings and brooches, creator Ellie handcrafts all of her tasty range in Melbourne.
WHO: Lou Endicott
Melbourne based artist Lou Endicott’s delicate, whimsical illustrations are inspired by her childhood, nature and own delight in the world. The drama teacher and actor is currently working on illustrating her first children’s e-book, ‘The Day Jake Logan Robertson Ran out of Hugs’ by Nicky A Hjortdue, to be published in 2015.
WHO: Chloë Smith
WHAT: Jewellery designer
Melbourne based musician and designer Chloë Smith creates elegant and unique jewellery handmade in Melbourne. Her latest range draws on Art-Deco shapes and patterns with bold colours and eye-catching silhouettes.
After winning T2’s Chai Championship in 2013, Melbourne barista Chris Odrowaz was inspired to create his own blends, and Chai Boy was born. Handcrafted in Melbourne with a traditional masala mix alongside caramelised ginger and spiced cacao orange, Chai Boy is already being brewed in some of Melbourne’s most popular cafes.
WHAT: Scrunchie designer
Melbourne’s Le Scrunch brings back one of the 90s favourite accessories – the scrunchie. Starting Le Scrunch as a between job hobby, Cailey has created a range of mesh, paisley, denim, velvet and tartan scrunchies that’ll suit any ponytail.