Winter is coming and the vibrant prints from summer will be missed.

Luckily, Lisa Gorman has joined with artist Dana Kinter to bring a new series of Gorman apparel, accessories and homewares splashed in Australian flora and fauna.

Kinter sought inspiration for this collection from an encyclopaedia of Australian birds, handed down by her grandmother.

She uses pencil and acrylic on timber in her paintings, with a focus on soft tonal pallets and lines. Each print in the collaboration is based on an original artwork.

This collection invites the wearer to embrace the ease, energy and beauty of the Australian landscape. Hanging rock is definitely attire-appropriate.

It’s all available online from today.

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