When a senior Bureau of Meteorology forecaster describes the Darwin weather as officially “bloody cold” then it really must be chilly! No better opportunity to snuggle up in Milk from a Thistle’s leather-trim sweaters which, in a bit of fortuitous timing, are on sale just when we need them most!
Delightful new pieces from Kirstin Ash are in store and their autumnal whimsy is a sweet match for these chilly mornings we’ve been having. So get your cosy on with a dandelion pendant, an acorn charm, or a red robin locket and enjoy the novelty of the morning brrrrrrr!
Frond gives thanks this week for the arrival of some cooler days with 20% of Kirstin Ash necklaces, charm bracelets and rings.
Cyclone Carlos seems to have made his wild way out of Darwin for now and, though soggy, the Star Village is bustling with post Carlos activity as everyone recovers from being cooped up at home and a couple of rather tense nights! Terrible to see those huge, beautiful trees fallen but if the worst I have to deal with is negotiating the crater-like potholes on Bagot Road then I’ll count myself lucky. I hope you are all similarly unscathed. As always, Frond offers therapy of the retail kind to those of you suffering severe cabin fever and the new delivery of Angus & Celeste earrings has survived its stormy trip north and now fills the store with the sweet glow of handmade loveliness for your lobes!
Due to the rather exciting weather we’re having today, Frond will be closed. Hope all you Darwin Frondettes are staying cosy and dry!
Jacques Henri Lartigue, Bibi, Arlette and Irène. Storm in Cannes. Cannes, May 1929.