Thursday, 27 November 2008

mosey on down to mozi...


This looks suspiciously like stylist Clair Wayman's handiwork. I recognise the chair from a Real Living shoot she styled for us. I could be wrong, but surely that'd be a first? Ha!

...and you'll see they've expanded their lovely range of homewares recently to include cushions, aprons, lingerie and tote bags, crockery, handcream and, well, lots more. Well, I say recently, but it might just be new to me! Plus, they still have their gorgeously bright designs and cheery colours on their stationery, iPod covers, mugs, olive oil decanters, bathroom bags AND a pretty red and white Chrissy range. Also good news: they have global shopping so you can buy online from anywhere. Check out Mozi's full range here


Flannel Flower side plate, $12.95





Tote bag in Waratah, $34.95


Lilly Pilly cushion, $49.95


iPod cover in Marrakech, $19.95

Fields in bloom gift card, $4.95


Gift tag in silver, $1.75

Flannel Flower bath bag, from $16.95

In other news, Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop site has finally gone live. So far, it's all her newsletters archived (I'm not sure if this is what it will only be?) and a few glitches with missing pics and wrong pics, but as a website editor I can totally sympathise!! I don't think I've uploaded an issue yet without dramas! But if you hadn't signed up the newsletter or missed some, head there for some great recipes, fashion advice and health and fitness tips. Maybe she should add chef, journalist, spiritual guru and tour guide to her list of accomplishments!!

3 comments:

Danielle Melnyczenko said...

I think I NEED the Lilly Pilly cushion... drool

tracey said...

I LOVE real living and to answer your question about why (previous post), because it seems so achievable - not the hugely expensive interiors that are featured in Vogue, Belle etc. Perhaps you can do a feature on real people's homes, ie, people with children, jobs and budgets. Feel free to look at my home on my blog. I am dying to be in real living. Make my dreams come true!

Trixie Jones said...

I heart Mozi & the sisters who run it are so darn clever and lovey.