Where The Wild Things Are.

by The Decorum. in


It's time to heed Spike Jonze's vision and throw caution to the winds. And if you can't actually live in a tent like a Gypset would, the least you can do is don your floral crown and dress like one. D

[Creative Direction/Tanya Levak. Photography/Kristina Soljo@Oneninetynine. Hair & Make-Up/Molly Oakfield@Oneninetynine. Model/Kat@Priscillas. Floristry/Berni Oakfield.]

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1. Jacket, Trelise Cooper. Top, Free People. Trousers, Alice McCall. Cuff and ring, ManiaMania (worn throughout). 2. Jacket, Zimmermann. Skirt, Anu. Shoes, Tony Bianco for Alex Perry. 3. Fur, Jennifer Kate. Dress, Fleur Wood Vintage. Bra, Lonely by Lonely Hearts. Necklace, ToniMay. Earrings, Celeste Tesoriero (worn throughout). Headband, Vera Xane, Bangle, ToniMay (worn throughout). 4. Shirt, Jack London. Vest, Shona Joy. Bra, Lonely by Lonely Hearts. Jeans, Levi's. Bangle, ToniMay. 5. Hat, vintage. As image 3. 6. As image 4. 7. Jacket, Ba&sh. Dress, Rachel Gilbert. Shoes, Tony Bianco for Alex Perry. 8. Jacket, Fur Elise. Trousers, One Teaspoon. 9. Top, Free People. Vest, Fur Elise. Shorts/ vintage.


Davines, Please.

by The Decorum. in


On paper, you could quite easily pass this off as just another haircare brand touting sustainable beauty. But you’d be making a pretty big mistake. Firstly, consider just how hard it is to find shampoo and conditioner (or any hair products for that matter) that you don’t want to hide deep in your shower caddy. Hmmm. Head & Shoulders buried back there is it? Next, consider the tresses these guys are famous for taming: Jennifer Aniston’s, Kate Beckinsale’s, Miranda Kerr’s. Personal preferences aside – you can’t deny that these ladies have hands-down amazing hair. But because pretty packaging and famous fans aren’t enough to give up the Garnier (who are we kidding… it totally is), here’s some other reasons why Davines is our new hair go-to. One: it’s Italian. Have you seen the hair of an Italian? Enough said, really. Two: when they claim to be sustainable – they actually are; lowering carbon emissions has always been a company goal, and most of their products are paraben and sulphate-free. And if you’re not fussed with Italian hair or caring from the environment, then know this: using the stuff makes your hair so damn soft and shiny – we’re willing to bet you won’t regret ditching the Garnier. D

[Creative Direction/Tanya Levak. Words/Ellie Packer.]

From left: Naturaltech Nourishing  Vegetarian Miracle Conditioner.  Naturaltech Nourishing Shampoo. 

From left: Naturaltech Nourishing  Vegetarian Miracle Conditioner.  Naturaltech Nourishing Shampoo. 

From left: No 14 Sea Salt Primer. Oi/Oil Absolute Beautifying Potion.

From left: No 14 Sea Salt Primer. Oi/Oil Absolute Beautifying Potion.

From left: Alchemic Shampoo for Natural and Coloured Hair. Alchemic Conditioner for Natural and Coloured Hair.

From left: Alchemic Shampoo for Natural and Coloured Hair. Alchemic Conditioner for Natural and Coloured Hair.

From left: No10 Universal Polishing Coat. Relaxing Fluid.

From left: No10 Universal Polishing Coat. Relaxing Fluid.