08/03/2016
Come for a kip.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

There’s nothing that makes winter more inviting than some comfy pyjamas and plush bedding. 

So we're welcoming the addition of Kip and Co's AW16 collection, Stardust.

It features a palette of rose, brandy and grape, with a touch of silver to add to that magical feel. Prints are a heavy inclusion as usual, combining the bold and bright with the slouchy and cool.

Stardust also sees the launch of the ultimate weekender bag, which adds to the label's existing travel collection. 

The line spans adult, kids and tiny wares, so everyone can join in the fun.

kipandco.net.au

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