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Friends of MILOU MILOU - Caroline Walls - Artist

Friends of MILOU MILOU - Caroline Walls - Artist

Caroline Walls is an Australian artist who paints abstract interpretations of the female form. Through the artist’s highly reductive process, Walls creates a visual language that challenges the traditional female nude and speaks more directly of the female experience, offering an alternative and progressive representation of womanhood and identity.  During our collaboration meetings, we sat down with Caroline to discuss her daily activities and what inspires her.   _ How do you begin and end your days?My mornings are very much focused on family time. My wife, 2 year old daughter and I are up around 6.30am most mornings and...

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Friends of MILOU MILOU - Rob Tennent - Photographer - Aotearoa (NZ)

Friends of MILOU MILOU - Rob Tennent - Photographer - Aotearoa (NZ)

Rob Tennent describes himself as a queer photographer and artist. A creative born in Cambodia and now residing in Aotearoa. A final year fashion student in Auckland, he likes to mine the slipstream of fashion and fetish. For now, though, he’s focused on photography. “I'm actually just editing my second book, which is all about New Zealand summers and showing what life is like after COVID. But it’s all very gay,” he says. We loved having Rob as part of our MM family and discussing his daily reads and what he has been loving as of late! _ How do you...

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Friends of MILOU MILOU - Nicole Nelius - Artist, Stylist and Creative - Sydney

Friends of MILOU MILOU - Nicole Nelius - Artist, Stylist and Creative - Sydney

Nicole Nelius is one of those people you meet and fall in love with instantly. Originally from Canada, Nicole is now based in Sydney with her husband Chris and two gorgeous boys, Remy & August. Nicole is an interiors stylist but more recently, a painter.  "It's a fluid extension of my still life styling / photography and curiosity towards the exploration of composition and colour". We were so excited to sit down and talk with Nicole about how colour impacts her day-to-day life, the charity fund her husband Chris founded and seeing Milou Milou linens come to life surrounded by her art....

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EVA ALT

Friends of MILOU MILOU — Eva Alt - Dancer

Eva Alt is a dancer and dance scholar in New York City. Her work spans various disciplines across practice, choreography, teaching, writing, new media, and performance——and presents ballet as a vital social practice and tool for living a beautiful life. When asked to describe herself  - I am and have always been, a dancer, because it is beyond something I just “do”, it is connected to my purpose and how I live my life. Eva is also an expert brand builder, having been one of the founding members of Glossier,  We feel so privileged to have Milou Milou linens in her home and an insight into...

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FRIENDS OF MILOU MILOU — OPHELIA MIKKELSON JONES — ARTIST, CREATOR, PHOTOGRAPHER

FRIENDS OF MILOU MILOU — OPHELIA MIKKELSON JONES — ARTIST, CREATOR, PHOTOGRAPHER

Ophelia Mikkelson Jones is a much loved friend of Milou Milou, artist, creative and photographer. Her book of photographs, published by anyonebooks, comes out this week. We were honoured to have her shoot linens in soft shades of CHRIS, MARDEN and PAUL in her light-filled new home on New Zealand's coast.   MM — How do you begin and end your days? We moved into our new home a few months ago so I am really loving spending time in bed because we can watch the sunrise from there. Eggs on toast and tea is my morning ritual and I...

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Jenna Rowe Home

ON ARCHITECTURE - SYDNEY ARCHITECT JENNA ROWE FOR MILOU MILOU

Tasmanian born, Sydney dwelling architect Jenna Rowe has a refined sensibility, warm heart and a penchant for sewing and silversmithing. We were delighted to discover her favourite built spaces, rituals and routines and have Milou Milou captured in her Potts Point home.  MM – Tell us a little about yourself, your architectural practice and work. I am a Sydney based architect who grew up in Hobart. After a decade of working in various award winning practices I took the plunge and commenced working for myself last year, which may have been the best thing I ever did. I split my...

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