On high rotation in the HI LO Studio. Sharing four things we love right now.
Always was, always will be a magazine devotee, lover, subscriber, reader. Here are two very different volumes that both begin with G.
GALAH is a voice from the bush. A modern print magazine about regional Australia edited by Annabell Hickson. The third issue is out now and features the photography of Georgie Mann, her soaring images of the pink Salt Lakes are breathtaking.
Founded in 2010, The Gentlewoman is a biannual magazine created in the UK. The Gentlewoman offers a fresh and intelligent perspective on fashion that’s focused on personal style – the way women actually look, think and dress. Inspirational photography and journalism are peppered with glamour and wit, not to mention a luxurious paper stock and saturated hue cover that encourages collection and re-visiting.
Rachel Saunders is an artist based on the West Coast of Canada, currently working with clay.
Her phone home was created to give our mobile devices a designated spot to live in order to create harmony and routine.
Encouraging disconnect, and mindful screen time the phone home is a chic, hideout for your phone to re-charge while you do.
From the desk (or keyboard) of musicians, writers, stylists and artists the newsletter has been resurrected. A lo-fi affair, don’t expect overly edited or produced writing. What you will receive is a casual, honest letter on topics from loss, love, fashion, art and much more. Current recommendations include The Red Hand File by Nick Cave, stylist Karla Welch’s recently launched bulletin, The Meander by writer and Journalist Dolly Alderton and Laundry Day by stylist Sara Clary.
The joy, the creativity, the outfits. Fashion Week officially returned in September. According to Vanessa Friedman of the NY Times “The general vibe was joy at the chance to be in-person again, with an undertone of inchoate unease.” After such a long pandemic hiatus, the fashion, creativity, theatre and outfits are a cause for celebration.