Emma Mulholland continues to turn to Australian wildlife for inspiration, harnessing her penchant for the rich colour palettes and textures of our own backyards to bring us her signature loud-but-wearable clothing.

This time, she’s ruffling feathers with her Cry Birdy collection, combining Aussie bird inspo with John Waters’ “Cry Baby” in a 1950s style shoot from Palm Springs. We’re seeing vibrant Flaming Galahs and subtle Major Mitchells come through on silk organza and tartan sequin, shot by an ever-talented Cara Stricker.

The Coral Sands backdrop adds a touch of luxe to the feathers galore and stonewashed denim in Mulholland’s trademark shapes and silhouettes, imbuing the soft pink and muted yellow colour scheme with dream-like, bubblegum vibes.

Put the Australian coast in your own closet. 

emmamulholland.com

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