Tuesday, March 22, 2011


We have started to launch our new SS 2011 Collections in store. So if you haven't been in to see us for a while, make sure you pop in soon to see how fabulous the store looks after the small adjustments we have made. We are bringing you lots of new beautiful labels with unique treasures this season, so be sure to keep in touch and up to date, so that you don't miss out!


Left is very excited to bring the YY Mainline back to Australia after an absence of many years. The beautiful pieces from this collection really speak for themselves with that effortless Yohji appeal that never dates. Yohji Yamamoto used Jimi Hendrix as a source of inspiration for the SS 2011 Collection. Black slashed and draped pieces are punctuated with a psychedelic neon print on sheer tops, leggings and scarves.

One of the new labels to Left this season is Fleet Ilya. The label was originally founded as a brand of luxury handmade restraint objects by the Russian born Ilya Fleet, who trained in traditional saddle making. The boundries between fashion and bondage becoming blurred when Resha Sharma, a Central St.Martins design graduate joined Ilya.

All the pieces reflect Ilya's traditional craftmanship and fetish origins, combined with Resha's fashion knowledge, giving them a dark elegance, together making Fleet Ilya one of the most celebrated accessory labels from London.

The attention to detail is superb, and all pieces are hand made in England.


Uncommon Matters explores the boundries of wearable product and concept - couture accessories By Amelie Riech made in fine porcelain and plated in gold or platinum. Each piece represents a tribute to ancestral skills, technological innovation, and radical transformation of the initial material.
These pieces have to be seen to be believed! Their beauty is in their simplicity and delicacy. They feel amazing on the skin.

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