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Letter from the Creative Director

Welcome to our Summer Collection Casa Adobe. At Husk we are inspired by many things. Creativity. Beauty. Nature. Culture. Eclecticism. Authenticity. Our influences are myriad. But our greatest inspiration by far, are the amazing women that have made Husk what it is today, those who support us, who visit our boutiques and wear our clothes.

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In Conversation With Fiona Lowry

Sydney-based artist Fiona Lowry is known for her delicate, yet disturbing contemporary renderings of conventional portraiture and landscapes. Her works have a clear signature through her use of airbrushing and a restricted palette of soft, pastel colours. A finalist in the 2011 and 2013 Archibald Prize, Australia’s most prestigious Art Award, Fiona went on to win in 2014 for her haunting portrait of Penelope Seidler. 

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In Conversation With Alice Topp

A highly talented choreographer with The Australian Ballet Company, Bendigo-born Alice started dancing at the age of four. In 2018 her work Aurum had its world premiere as part of the company’s Verve program and later that year she was appointed one of The Australian Ballet’s resident choreographers. She embodies equal parts strength and vulnerability and is undoubtedly a creative force to be reckoned with.

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In Conversation With Tiarnie Coupland

Starting her screen career at the tender age of 8, talented actress Tiarnie has appeared in numerous films, television series, short films and theatre productions around the globe. Tiarnie played bona fide wild child Maggie, in the Logie award-winning Love Child which earned her a Logie nomination for ‘Best New Talent’ in 2017. Tiarnie’s dedication and love for what she does is undeniable, watch this star ascend.

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In Conversation With Stylist Kim Ellmer

Kim was one of the first stylists to collaborate with Husk when it opened back in the mid 90’s. After an incredibly successful modelling career, she became a successful stylist and recently experienced somewhat of a renaissance, returning to modelling again. Kim’s beauty and sensibility are timeless. She is as involved in her industry now, as she was when she was in her twenties.

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