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  1. Wee Find: Such Great Heights New Collection

    Such Great Heights girls' dress, tent and cushions.

    The stars have aligned for Australian brand Such Great Heights, with a truly beautiful new collaborative capsule collection of home decor, womenswear, girlswear and accessories.

    From their new home in New York City, partners Ryan and Jo have developed a new textiles print range in collaboration with a wealth of international and local talent, including Melbourne-based artists, Gemma Patford Legge and Laura Blythman; Belgium-based illustrator Mathilde Van Gheluwe, and Brooklyn based illustrator Rawaan Alkhatib.

    The results are beautiful and inspired, made for design-conscious parents who have an appreciation for print, colour and pattern in both homewares and fashion.

    We love their new campaign lookbook, shot in New York City.

    Such Great Heights new collection for toddlers, kids and adults

    Such Great Heights new collection for toddlers, kids and adults

    The mummy-and-daughter range of fashion is really lovely, and we adore the vintage-inspired toddler romper design complete with Peter Pan collar. The gorgeous contemporary prints bring the design bang up to date, available in Laura Blythman’s abstract ‘Carnevale’ print; Gemma Patford Legge’s celestial ‘Cosmos’ print; and Rawaan Alkhatib’s ‘Wildflowers’ print. There is also a matching dress design for girls aged two to nine; and a fabulous throw-on shift dress for women.

    Such Great Heights new collection for toddlers, kids and adults

    Such Great Heights new collection for toddlers, kids and adults

    The ‘A’-frame ‘Wonder Tents’ are another highlight, crafted in the USA from blonde American Maple hardwood. It comes with an extra base plate set to convert it into a Clothes Rack. Genius!

    We love the innovative thinking behind this versatile design, and the upholstery-weight canopy works as an epic artwork in itself, showcasing the original illustration. Gemma Patford Legge’s Cosmos print looks spectacular worked in this way, as she originally hand-painted a two-metre square canvas to create the work.




    We also love Mathilde Van Gheluwe’s expressive Happy/Sad cushion, which allows children to explore emotions while providing a dash of personality in their room. Ryan and Jo stumbled across Mathilde’s work after she won first prize at the Fumetto International Comix Festival in Switzerland.

    Happy Sad Face Cushion; Print in collaboration with Belgium artist, Mathilde Van Gheluwe, by Such Great Heights.

    Here’s our round-up of our favourite pieces from the new collection. Just hover over the images below to see product details and click through to buy.

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    We can’t wait to see what Such Great Heights does next. We’ll be watching!

    The limited-edition collection is available to pre-order now. See individual listings for delivery estimates (between 2-4 weeks).

    All photography courtesy of Such Great Heights.