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Tuesday, May 9th 2017

Highlights This Month.

April at The LANE evolved in a flurry of movement. Our office-turned-studio was brimming with visionary artists as three major shoots unfolded, and we're so excited to share the results. From world-class chefs to Parisian designers and New York Bridal Fashion Week, these are our highlights from a month of compelling creativity…

Having cooked for the likes of Kate Moss and Adele, we were mesmerized as Studio Neon’s Aaron Teece took over The LANE kitchen. Unexpected flavors and inspired plating using Phendei and Batch ceramics, Cutipol cutlery and Cultiver linen, this shoot is coming soon to The LANE…

Wildflowers and delicate lace gowns... this editorial shoot had us totally mesmerized. Produced in collaboration with the incredibly talented Edwards and Co, Thanh Vo, Grandiflora, ElleryRyan StorerLucy Folk, and Sarah & Sebastian, stay tuned...

Edwards and Co transformed our office into a hair salon as they dreamt up fresh inspiration for bridal hair. Think tousled waves and unexpected up-dos, all styled on one of our favorite models, Izi Simundic, shot by Paste Studios.

In a diaphanous whirlwind of luxurious feminine silhouettes and exquisite detailing, Gritty Pretty’s Eleanor Pendleton visited our La Porte Deux home to create the stunning first look book for Pallas Collective.

The latest addition to the Pallas Couture atelier, we’re thrilled to exclusively unveil the Pallas Collective line and look book (shot by one of our favorites, Alli Oughtred!), soon on The LANE.

Set amongst the hypnotic landscapes of Queensland’s Girraween National Park, Gavin James’ portrait series has us enraptured. Think evocative frames in moody hues, an ode to lost loves and dark romance…

After months of planning and anticipation, we were finally front row and backstage as our favorite designers unveiled their new collections at New York Bridal Fashion Week, including this Mira Zwillinger creation that left us speechless.

The newest addition to Maple Soaps’ collection has us simultaneously dreaming of escaping to wildly exotic destinations and snuggling up with a cup of Earl Grey. Handmade in Sydney and beautifully packaged, their new Bay Leaf and Bergamot soap bar is refreshing to the senses and an inspired idea for favors that won’t be left on the table.

Drawn to clean lines and monochromatic styling, we’re loving the latest stationary sets from Written Word Calligraphy. Like a flawlessly tailored noir tuxedo, this set is timelessly beautiful and perfectly minimalist, with hues of ebony and highlights of pearl.

Tuesday, August 23rd 2016

Culinary Art

Existing as we do so heavily in the cybersphere, the things that earth and bind us to life and presence in the real world are those that connect with our senses. Those ignitions that remind us that true wealth is presence and that true luxury is having loved ones to share it with. 

In the context of cuisine, our latest discovery, Sydney based Studio Neon, epitomises these tenets to perfection. Exacting a triple assault of the senses with their tantalising creations, delectable aromatics, and remarkably visual artistry in presentation, you can count on everyone commenting on the menu! To find out more about Studio Neon and to enquire about collaborating on your event see here.

Sunday, July 17th 2016

Highlights This Week

This week we're in love with the one-of-a-kind masterpieces of Sydney based (Florence trained!) fine jeweller Mia Chicco. Imbued with italian heritage and inspired by ancient roman treasures, her pieces are a uniquely beautiful statement of time-worn sentiment.

While it's no secret spilling florals enrapture our senses every time, this arrangement by Melbourne based Fleur is our idea of divine.

The culinary artistry of Sydney based Caterer Studio Neon has us dreaming of their delectable, gallery-worthy creations. While new to our handpicked list of breathtaking Wedding Photographers continually pushing the boundaries of their art form, is Sunshine coast based Janneke Storm (below).

For art lovers and interior design buffs (who isn't!?) we're dreaming of city skylines and the chic, boutique experience of The Olsen. Nestled in the Chapel Street precinct of Melbourne, think an intimate wedding of up to 50 guests, or a cocktail wedding of up to 350 guests where guests can attend and stay amidst the lyrical works of renowned Australian landscape artist Dr John Olsen.

Continuing our theme on artistry this week we're inspired by the ethos of Melbourne based Makeup Artist Tess McFadden who beautifully adheres to her guiding principle of "enhance don't cover".

Tear of the moon, we're swept away by the mystical beauty imbued in the work of Brooklyn based fine jeweller Vena Amoris, which is latin for "vein of love". It was traditionally believed that the fourth finger of the left hand was the only finger with a vein flowing directly from the heart. Romantic much?

And speaking of romance and dreaming, there are few more beautiful places to bask in the magic of love and the natural world, than at the end of the earth itself; Iceland. Thinking back to our recent trip, we couldn't help but lose ourselves in thoughts of it's barren beauty juxtaposed against the raw modern splendor of Iceland Luxury Lodges for the perfect honeymoon escape.

We're loving the relaxed indie bride vibes of Kansas City boutique BRIDE. Offering a personalised bespoke experience or their seriously refreshing "No Appointment Wednesdays" where you can wander in and shop their impressive curation of gowns at your own pace, your own way.

For the bride and groom who already have everything, the gift situation can be awkward and headache-inducing. For the right kind of headache(!) we love the idea (and ease!) of online wine gift registry Wine Please. Offering an impressive catalogue of wines at varying levels of luxury their service is free and easy to create, and a secure and fail-safe way for your guests to buy something they'll know you'll enjoy!

Obsessing over this gilded french lace drop veil in ivory gold by US based Girl With A Serious Dream. Reminiscent of the gilded Rococo architecture found within the Palace of Versailles, it is the ultimate statement of old-world french luxury. 

And finally, we're ever mesmerised by the ethereal moments and nostalgic beauty immortalised via the expert lens of Jose Villa. Proving yet again that he never misses a moment, this Tuscan wedding has our hearts.

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