Style: Good Weekend’s picks of the week

Charles & Keith “Drop Temple” sunglasses.

Felix Gill “Pink Robin” neckpiece.


Singaporean fast-fashion brand Charles & Keith make striking accessories at affordable prices. Founded by two brothers in 1996, the company now has 708 stores worldwide and also collaborates with high-end designers such as London's Molly Goddard.

Charles & Keith "Drop Temple" sunglasses, $99

Bermuda Black “serpentine” shoulder bag.

Jewellers often emerge from one of two paths:  via a hands-on course which teaches occupational skills, or from an art school background fostering experimentation and creativity. Felix Gill has definitely come from the latter. You can check out his bold, vibrant work at his solo show at Sydney's Stanley Street Gallery until June 22.

Felix Gill "Pink Robin" neckpiece, $580

Sydney-based fashion atelier Bermuda Black launched its first unisex collection, "Decipher", early last month. The brand's footwear, accessories and fashion designer, Marina Roorda, hand-makes progressive monochrome pieces such as this shoulder bag from her studio in inner-city Darlinghurst.

Bermuda Black "serpentine" shoulder bag, $580  

Goldfield & Banks “Desert Rosewood” fragrance.

French-Belgian fragrance expert Dimitri Weber makes fragrances inspired by his adopted home of Australia, using local woods, plants and spices. The zig-zag edging on this bottle's label references the banksia leaf, and the brand name Goldfield & Banks pays homage to botanist Joseph Banks.

Goldfield & Banks "Desert Rosewood" fragrance, $229


St Albans’ latest collection of knitted throws is the perfect antidote to your winter blues. The Melbourne-based, family-owned textiles company ( has been keeping Australians warm since 1951, using the finest fibres sourced from around the world. This “Eddie” throw features graphic blues and marle greys and is made with 21-micron merino wool, making it as light as a feather and warm as a crackling fire. – Benjamen Judd 

St Albans “Eddie” throw, $299.

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