I am excited to be back in Sydney, escaping the British winter. Staying cool in my white dress, designed by EuropeanCulture in Italy. Adding some colour to my look with a pink bag, customised with my name on it. The bag is designed in Sydney by Fern.Works, selling both at Glebe and Paddington Saturday markets and I just love it that they can add any name to your chosen bag within minutes. Shoes are made by British-Dutch label United Nude. Finishing my look with one of my favourite necklace created by Greek Designer Christina Brampti. Hat of course, my own trilby design.
Martina Bohn inside an art installation by Katharina Grosse at Carriageworks, Sydney.
Necklace by Greek designer Christina Brampti.
Photographed at Carriageworks inside their current installation by German artist Katharina Grosse. On show until the 8th April 2018.
Martina Bohn hunting for more independent designer-makers in a pop-up shop curated by Creative Clerkenwell.
Creative Clerkenwell curate beautiful pop-up shops in London showcasing a great mix of designer-makers. This shop is open until Sunday 5pm, 23rd July 2017, stock up on cushions designed by Georgia Bossom or ceramics by Sally McGill and Ikuko Iwamoto amongst other independent designers.
Blending in perfectly with the colours, Martina wears United Nude shoes, a Dutch-British shoe-retailer known for their architectural approach to shoe design. The top is from Australian brand Gorman, rain jacket by Danish label Ilse Jacobsen and beret designed and made by Martina Bohn.
Find the shop at Craft Central Gallery, 33-35 St Johns Square, London, EC1M 4DS.
Martina wearing orange and turquoise in Buenos Aires
Wearing one of my favourite colour combinations, orange and turquoise. In orange, jacket by Japanese designer, Issey Miyake, shoes are by Melissa, an amazing Brazilian brand creating plastic shoes that are 100% recyclable, and the bag is made from recycled sailcloth by British label Terracotta Row. Necklace by Australian accessories brand Elk.
In turquoise, bag by Canadian vegan brand Matt and Nat and handmade beret by Martina Bohn. Dress in grey and black by Australian designer Alicia Hollen and sunglasses by British designer DavidDavid made for Linda Farrow.
Enjoying the cherry blossom at the Philosopher’s Walk in Kyoto.
Wearing a dress by Melbourne designer Olga de Polga, jacket by dutch label Maison Scotch, necklace by Australian Elk accessories, sunglasses by Lulu Guiness and one of my own- travel-light- fascinators, made from vintage Japanese rayon fabric.