Captured in the beautiful streets of our home city, Adelaide, by local Fashion Photographer, Haley Renee - Join us as we bar hop through our classic streets and hidden laneways this Autumn with a behind the scenes exclusive for our latest collection.
The campaign embodies a chic European aesthetic to transport you to the bustling alleys of Italy - and always with a glass of vino in hand
An Aperitivo has got to be our favourite Italian tradition. It's a drink with loved ones that relaxes you after a day of work or prepares you for the night to come. Derived from the Latin aperire, the tradition is meant “to open” the stomach before dining.
The Shanty Winter Spritz
3 Ounces Aperol
3 Ounces Prosecco
1 Ounce Cranberry Juice
2 Ounces Club Soda
1 Orange Wedge
1 Orange Zest Twist
1 Sprig Of Rosemary
Combine the aperol, prosecco and cranberry juice in a glass with ice.
Add in an orange wedge and a twist of zest. Top it off with a sprig of rosemary.
While classic Italian negroni combines campari, gin & vermouth, our winter version is mulled with warm spices...
The Winter Negroni
1/2 Cup Campari
2 Large Oranges (Peeled With A Vegetable Peeler)
8 Star Anise
3 Cinnamon Sticks
2 Teaspoons Pink
1 Teaspoon Whole Cloves
1/2 Cup Gin
1/2 Cup Sweet Vermouth
In a jar combine the Campari and half of the orange peel.
In a small skillet over medium-low heat, toast the star anise, cinnamon, peppercorns, and cloves until fragrant (about 5 minutes). Transfer the spices to the Campari mixture, cover and shake well.
Allow the Campari to infuse at room temperature overnight.
Use a fine-mesh sieve to strain the infused Campari into a pitcher.
Stir in the gin & sweet vermouth.
Fill 8 old fashioned glasses with ice and top each with about 1/4 cup of the cocktail. Garnish with remaining orange peel.
Design: Brian Yambao & Rayna Hooper
Styling: Rayna Hooper & Nell Rainsford
Photography: Haley Renee Photographer | Studio Made
Model: Ruairi Luke from Pride Models
Hair & Makeup: Lili Karamalikis
Location: The streets of beautiful Adelaide, with stops at Clever Little Tailor and La Buvette and blooms by the wonderful East End Flower Market