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Colour Theory with Emily Green – Andrea Necklace

by Jenny Butler
Monday 8th August 2011

This week we have the incredible Emily Green on the Guest Blog! Emily has just launched a brand new range of necklaces and this week she will be sharing some of the images that inspired the colour palette of each of these pieces.  To make this week even more special, Emily has offered a giveaway of one of her new Audrey Necklaces – just leave a comment before 10.00pm this Thursday 11th of August! – Jenny x

Hello! I’m Emily Green and I am a Melbourne based designer and maker. At the moment I like to make geometric resin brooches and necklaces strung with vividly coloured handmade beads. Colour has always been a love of mine and I find that the mini wearable artworks I create to be the perfect means of exploring and experimenting with different colour combinations.

For the guest blog this week I set myself the challenge of creating a new colour palette – translated into a beaded necklace – for each day of the week. Accompanying each palette is the collection of images that I sourced and compiled to use as the inspiration / starting point for the design.

I hope you enjoy looking!!

em X

Colour palette for Andrea Necklace

  1. pastel pink hair from Yen magazine (this also inspired me to go pink!)
  2. one of my watercolours exploring primary and secondary hues
  3. a photo of my stripey sockies and hasbeens from last summer
  4. rainbow reflections on a rusty metal surface
  5. a collage I did using digtal prints of sparkly jewels
  6. a vividly coloured vintage daffodil card
  7. a kitchy hotel postcard of Brisbane  – love the blocks of colour in the painted balconies!


by Jenny Butler
Monday 8th August 2011

219 comments

  • Mel 3 years ago

    love your use of colour. Happy and carefree.

  • Cathg1g2 3 years ago

    Yes, give us more colour! Esp here in winter Melbourne town.

  • JacQueline 3 years ago

    They put a smile on my face…perfect for these grey Melbourne days

  • Jill 3 years ago

    Absolutely beautiful. They bring to mind those candy necklaces – but bigger. A joy to wear!

  • Ali 3 years ago

    My Daughter 4 and i love the colours you use. She thinks they would be nice lollies.

  • Gorgeous – perfect for summer (and maybe a mood lift in winter!)

  • G 3 years ago

    beautiful combination, and inspiration!

  • Sarsha 3 years ago

    Wow, such beautiful colours to make me feel like spring’s come early whilst the skies are still dark!

  • sylvia 3 years ago

    colour makes me happy:)

  • AmandaT 3 years ago

    Bright, bright, bright. A bit of colour, just what we need to chase the winter blues away.

  • Sophie Travers 3 years ago

    I was in at your pop-up shop on the weekend and your designs are out of this world- love, love, love!

  • Susan 3 years ago

    Emily has sure done the colour math. Bold brights, I feel spring is on it’s way Melbourne. Grab your vesper girls.

  • Johanna 3 years ago

    So wonderful to see such wonderful use of colours – so many Melburnians seem to be so colour-phobic. Could colour be the new black?

  • lizzz 3 years ago

    ….love this look!…Emily Green you are a treat!

  • Alison 3 years ago

    Would love to introduce them to Hobart!!

  • Lu 3 years ago

    very cute :)

  • Michelle 3 years ago

    Lovely colours.

  • Sally 3 years ago

    yes please

  • Flora 3 years ago

    Gorgeous colours would look stunning on everyone.

  • Pippa 3 years ago

    Nothing more, would inspire spring in my wardrobe, than one of these necklaces, yes please!

  • Laurine 3 years ago

    So beautiful Emily!! did I mention it’s my birthday on Friday? **cough cough**

  • Bella 3 years ago

    I love luv your use of colours – so great!!

  • Lani 3 years ago

    Loved seeing these for the first time at We Live Like This in Brisbane. Beautiful pops of colour!

  • liz Roger 3 years ago

    This necklace is the PERFECT addition to any melbourne winter outfit!! I love it!

  • jackie 3 years ago

    WOW – great colours and shapes. Can you eat them! They are gorgeous and remind me of those pretty candy necklaces we loved as kids.

  • jackie 3 years ago

    sorry i mucked up my email address ! (re comment August 8, 2011. 9:54 am)

  • Lisette 3 years ago

    FROOOT LOOOOPS!! My friend (also named) Emily (who you used to teach at Siena!) just bought one from the Nicholas building pop up store and all of us girls were drooling and craving a sugar and artificial colour fix. I think if I owned this necklace I would find myself absent-mindedly chewing on it occasionally :D

  • juliet 3 years ago

    have been eyeing up your necklaces for aaages! love the colours!!! would LOVE to win one!

  • Sarah 3 years ago

    i’ve been admiring these necklaces for awhile now – they’re super lovely!

  • Jacinta 3 years ago

    So last week I purchased my THIRD emily green necklace. . . what can I say? they’re beautiful! and I wear one almost everyday!
    Xx

  • ilovelollies 3 years ago

    Emily, your necklaces are yummy enough to eat!

  • Marjory 3 years ago

    I’m a rainbow colour fan, and now I’m most definitely a fan of Emily Green. Perhaps you should change your name to Emily Green, yellow, pink, orange….!

  • Bec 3 years ago

    LOVE LOVE LOVE your necklaces Emily. Gorgeous :)

  • Emma 3 years ago

    I have seen these around and I LOVE them! So playful and fun.

  • Johanna 3 years ago

    These necklaces are great! And I definitely need to add a bit of colour to my mostly black wardrobe. You have a great eye for putting colours together.

  • Mich 3 years ago

    Oh, I do love a splash of colour myself, beautiful work Emily!

  • Tala 3 years ago

    Oh Emily Green, you are the colour queen. I discovered your lovely gems in the latest peppermint magazine and I am crazy keen!

  • Dayna 3 years ago

    I love this new design – and it would go in tandem perfectly with my current Emily Green necklace which I wear ALL THE TIME!!!!

  • lucy 3 years ago

    Love the colours

  • Lisa 3 years ago

    Who would have thought that Melbournians would embrace colour so wholeheartedly??!! … I say as I sit here wearing grey and black and craving a splash of it myself…

  • Tasha 3 years ago

    Your work is beautiful! I love seeing so much colour in everyday objects!

  • janne Blacker 3 years ago

    Red and yellow and pink and green, purple and orange and blue, I could sing Emily’s rainbow, sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow too!

  • Belinda 3 years ago

    I lost my Emily Green necklace 2 weeks ago! :(

  • christy 3 years ago

    gorgeous. encourages me to step out of my comfort zone with colour combinations – much more interesting than anything i would have put together. love it.

  • jo 3 years ago

    What a way to brighten a day. I love spotting your necklaces on stylish girls on the street. Much coveted.

  • Penny 3 years ago

    I saw someone in the train wearing one of these necklaces last week and fell in love with it. I wished I had asked her where she had got it, but now i know – Hooray!

  • Zoe 3 years ago

    This is the first I have seen of your work and i love the colours- specially the neon beads. Now I’m on etsy at work trying to choose!

  • Rachel 3 years ago

    I sooooooooooo need an Emily Green necklace!!

  • Chloe Walker 3 years ago

    This is going to be a great week on the guest blog. So inspiring!

  • Angie 3 years ago

    So beautiful. Reminds me of FIMO clay beads I used to make as a child. Love your work process!

  • George 3 years ago

    I’m wearing the Emily Green necklace I bought at the Nicholas Building pop-up market last week RIGHT NOW! Would certainly love another one though.

  • Rosie 3 years ago

    I’ve been a fan of Emily’s work for some time…only I didn’t know her name! Beautiful colours…would love to own one. Fingers crossed!

  • Judy 3 years ago

    How gorgeous. Absolutely love the organic shapes of those beads. Very earthy feel but wow – those colours bring a splash to Winter. Love it.

  • Han 3 years ago

    oooh it would be the liberation I need from the world of washed out blacks I currently live in! what an inspiring pallette!

  • Elaine Pendlebury 3 years ago

    Just love the design, it looks so tacticle, even edible …

  • Clare 3 years ago

    Beautiful colours, they would brighten up any grey Melbourne day :)

  • Natalie 3 years ago

    Ahhh a breath of fresh air…. During the Melbourne Winter everyone wears black black black so it is so refreshing to see bursts of colour in these gorgeous designs – I love that each of the colours is inspired by an actual object or image…charismatique!!

  • Rona 3 years ago

    Uplifting

  • Priscilla 3 years ago

    Pink hair excellent

  • Shell 3 years ago

    I love my Emily Green necklace, it makes me feel so happy when I wear it. Also love your new looong necklace with the dotty bead!

  • frankie 3 years ago

    hey em these are so happy, my name means happy and i would be happy to win one. thank you for the colours.

  • Catherine H 3 years ago

    I am inspired to give making some beads of my own a go – this colour workshop will be just the thing to help me refine my choices!!

  • andherimagination 3 years ago

    LOVELY COLOURS!

  • Katie Frederick 3 years ago

    Wow, what colours! Thank you for sharing your inspiration with us

  • Nicole 3 years ago

    Love the research, shows in the final piece

  • siska 3 years ago

    love the colours – brighten my day..

  • Jess 3 years ago

    Ooooh….That colourful mod building! That’s where I want my holiday with pina coladas and little umbrellas to boot!

  • Kate A 3 years ago

    Wow! Another beautiful colour combination from my favourite Melbourne artist. My biggest regret after my holiday to Melbourne last month was that I didn’t buy one of your gorgeous brooches!

  • Kelly 3 years ago

    I definately struggle with colour, so will be avidly reading your guest blog for some inspiration.

  • Gabriela 3 years ago

    Ohhh! This colours are so refreshing and inspiring! Thanks x

  • Jenny 3 years ago

    I envy people with a talent for using colour like this. I have to live it vicariously through your work, but really don’t mind that too much :)

  • brigid 3 years ago

    oh my too beautiful for words.

  • Renae 3 years ago

    It’s great to see some colour injected into a grey winter’s day. I must aquire one of these beautiful necklaces.

  • Amelia C 3 years ago

    Love this necklace! Would brighten up any outfit!

  • Timoli 3 years ago

    such a gorgeous colour palette…. a very happy necklace!

  • Hailey Mc 3 years ago

    What an amazing way to brighten your day! I had the pleasure of discovering Emily’s beautiful creations just a few weeks ago at Design, Made, Trade and I’m definitely hooked! :)

  • Joh 3 years ago

    Like super fat lifesavers. Summer daze. Love them.

  • Lauren 3 years ago

    a mix of tribal jellybeans and modern glam. Love love love it jewellery is always better BIG!!! great work xx

  • Alejandra Duschatzky 3 years ago

    The palette of the Andrea is so vivid that makes me crave summer…

  • Sharon 3 years ago

    The colours are deliciously edible!

  • Emma 3 years ago

    So beautiful! A grown up version of the froot loop necklace :)

  • Margie 3 years ago

    would love to know what the Brisbane postcard is… I don’t recognise that building!
    A beautiful necklace from some fab inspiration

  • Danielle 3 years ago

    Gorgeous! I bought one of Emily’s fabulous necklaces a couple of weeks ago and have been wearing it non-stop, really love her work!

  • Sophie 3 years ago

    simple and beautiful. I heart Emily.

  • Rebecca 3 years ago

    What beautiful necklaces! A welcome change for the boring sterling silver I usually wear. Great work Emily, no doubt I’ll be seeing a lot more of them around!

  • belinda 3 years ago

    that necklace reminds me of the candy necklaces of my childhhod. yum.

  • Kirsty 3 years ago

    Wowser. So fun! Thanks for another hot design hook up!

  • Donna Kelly 3 years ago

    Oooops, I got sidetracked by the lino and posted on the wrong bit… Your necklaces are gorgeous Emily – Love love love!!

  • marie-lauren 3 years ago

    poetic beauty. It brings the smell of spring to mind, hopefully it’s just around the corner! The colours are fabulous and right on trend for summer 2011. Would be a great addition for any summer outfit.

  • Sarah 3 years ago

    So happy.

  • Ed 3 years ago

    I have an Emily brooch and love it. COLOUR is KING!

  • kylie 3 years ago

    That hotel in Brisbane would have been awesome…I wonder if it’s still there? And what it looks like now…your necklace is gorgeous too.

  • Carolyn Edwards 3 years ago

    OOOOHHH yes please…they are so gorgeous…..

  • laura 3 years ago

    ahhhhhhhhh colour sensations. lovely. EAT. IT. UP!

  • Jessica Lowther 3 years ago

    Ohhh, my ultimate colour palette and some added extras!

  • Phoebe 3 years ago

    Oh wow. I think these comments proves just how popular the lovely Ms Green and her creations are! Gorgeous, gorgeous work by a lovely gal to-boot!

  • Kylie 3 years ago

    The perfect icing on top of any outfit.

    Love it.

  • Caroline 3 years ago

    Those yummy colours and soft shapes – love it!

  • Madeleine 3 years ago

    I would love one of your necklaces. Gorgeous!

  • Karen 3 years ago

    Sensational colour palette, goes with everything!

  • cathy gallagher 3 years ago

    This necklace really caught my eye at aero in chatswood. Here it is again! Love the colours!

  • Katherine 3 years ago

    Love your range emily, great work and fingers crossed I win!

  • clea 3 years ago

    oooh I love those beads! I’ve got one, but I NEEEED another one for sure!!!-) Great work!

  • Miss Amy 3 years ago

    Is there anything so happiness-inducing as a lovely colours combo!? :)

  • lynette 3 years ago

    What a great way to brighten up a too black Melbourne winter

  • Marie Biswell 3 years ago

    I adore all the colours! Of course, if I played with those colours they would end up looking like a pizza!

  • Nicola 3 years ago

    OMG! my mum used to make necklaces like these when i was a kid, using fimo and leather, though nowhere near as beautiful!

  • leah 3 years ago

    My Daughter, 5 (this Friday) and i love your colourful necklaces!
    Fingers crossed!!!

  • Bianca 3 years ago

    I love Emily’s necklaces (and brooches). Great to see you featured as a guest blogger!

  • Kim 3 years ago

    Wow! Such an amazing colour palette really really!

  • Jacqui 3 years ago

    a perfect antidote to my monochrome melbourne wardrobe! (and it’s my birthday this friday too!)

  • Fel 3 years ago

    So very beautiful!

  • AnnaB 3 years ago

    J’adore!

  • Debbie 3 years ago

    All these colours combined into one neck piece makes me smile!

  • Robyn Simpson 3 years ago

    These necklaces are gorgeous, beautiful colours. Thanks for the giveaway

  • N 3 years ago

    just what the doctor ordered for the cold winters in the nations capital – a splash of colour!

  • mary rose 3 years ago

    Love! What a delightful splash of colour… perfect to brighten up a black Melbourne outfit! :)

  • Stephanie Darling 3 years ago

    I love bright colours – bold and unafraid!

  • rachael 3 years ago

    YAY FOR COLOUR!!! x

  • Sonni 3 years ago

    OMGosh I want to eat your necklaces – D E V I N E – to say the very least. Your colour use is mind-blowing. I will now be stalking you via your blog – not really stalking just following :-D! Beautiful – gorgeous – inspirational and definitely edible! xoxoxo

  • carla mcglynn 3 years ago

    just beautiful! and i love the prints in your etsy store too – now favourited! x

  • suzanne 3 years ago

    Gorgeous, makes me think of summer. You must have so much fun putting the colours together.

  • Jennifer 3 years ago

    I love unexpected colour combinations, and love the tactile quality of these pebbles of colour. The choice of a matt finish I think shows the colours more truely.

  • stella 3 years ago

    simply beautiful!

  • Lisa 3 years ago

    Thanks Emily for bringing colour to life. I think it’s so important to wear colour not only for your own daily mood but for those around you! Lisa x

  • Emma 3 years ago

    I think Willy Wonka would be quite jealous of anyone wearing a necklace such as this! So nice to see Australian creatives producing beautiful pieces – Hurrah!

  • Mikaela Earl 3 years ago

    Just beautiful!

  • Allison Taylor 3 years ago

    Love the colour palette that is the creative behind the final works, the pulling together of ideas. Reminds me of Kris’s Colour Stripes …. http://kristinaklarin.blogspot.com/

  • Jenny 3 years ago

    Love the plump and juicy shapes and eye-catching palette. Loved the stripey socks and the Brisbane hotel postcard too. Thanks, Emily, for brightening up the day.

  • Maddy 3 years ago

    oooh I love emily’s work so much! i came home from the pop up shop last week with a diamond brooch, only to find that my boyfriend had already bought one for me! this is how excessively I babble about her work!

  • Nat Power 3 years ago

    This is a beautiful guest post. I endeavour to explore watercolour hues in my spare time! Thanking you.

  • Kylie Allen 3 years ago

    Great to see how inspiration images/colours can be translated into a colour pallette. As an interior designer this is one of the hardest things to do, and Emily you just do it so perfectly.

  • Rachael 3 years ago

    Bright and beautiful…..

  • catherine 3 years ago

    carnival colour…….

  • Jacq 3 years ago

    These necklaces are fashion pop-tarts – good enough to eat!

  • Marijke 3 years ago

    The colours are so HAPPY. Love it!

  • Katrina 3 years ago

    Oh my goodness. Love the bright colour!

  • sandra 3 years ago

    Bright and Happy :)

  • Bec 3 years ago

    I think this necklace is bound to make EVERY Monday awesome and way better than today’s Monday – I’m gonna go right ahead and keep everything crossed till 10pm Thursday k?

  • Giselle 3 years ago

    I really like it. :-)

  • Alex Fulton 3 years ago

    Colour is so emotive and expressive – it changes a mood and a feeling in a heartbeat. I say awesome. Thanks for sharing. I loved.

  • sarah 3 years ago

    sweeeeeeeeeet. super-inspiring!

  • Mel 3 years ago

    Great to see someone being thoughtful and playful with colour in a city full of dreary grey, browns and black clothing.

  • Lisa Rodden 3 years ago

    Colour is as powerful as the spoken word. Your work is beautiful.

  • Naomi 3 years ago

    Gorgeous use of colour and contrast, texture and proportion. Big fan thanks Emily!

  • Kaitlyn 3 years ago

    Thanks for sharing the inspiration for the colours, it was great to see!

  • adele 3 years ago

    love! a nice change from all that black everywhere :)

  • Janette 3 years ago

    Just beautiful. Some people are so clever.

  • Crystal S 3 years ago

    Love your work – and your inspiration images. How cute is that hotel pic!

  • Dusty Plum 3 years ago

    I have been ogling your Etsy for weeks … Such pretty needs to be worn by ME!

  • Mary 3 years ago

    Love the colours, perfect for spring.

  • Sian 3 years ago

    such a necklace would make me smile everyday :))

  • Christina 3 years ago

    Em, my face just lit up when I saw your necklace! Gorgeous use of colours!

  • Jen 3 years ago

    A necklace for everyday…A different colour for each day of the week!

  • Bronwyn 3 years ago

    Really lovely use of colours, and a gorgeous looking necklace.

  • Lizzie 3 years ago

    the sweetest way to colour i know!

  • kate Smith 3 years ago

    Just lovely.

  • Kim Sheldon 3 years ago

    Love, love, love your work!

  • Fleur 3 years ago

    Exquisite piece of bling!
    My sister often teases me for my accesorising skills, but you couldn’t go wrong with this necklace. Well done Emily.

  • captain kk 3 years ago

    i love my emily green necklace. goes with everything!

  • Sarah 3 years ago

    absolutely gorgeous!! would love one to wear right now!!

  • Michelle 3 years ago

    Amazing colour – a weeks supply of smiles.

  • Samantha 3 years ago

    such a sweet necklace! it’s now on my b’day wish list!!

  • Molly 3 years ago

    Beautiful necklaces and great post, Em. I get lots of compliments… and If I’m not up early enough mum is already wearing my most recent acquisition. x

  • Kylie Jane 3 years ago

    Super divinely beautiful

  • E-Gene 3 years ago

    Colour…the spice of life!

  • michelle 3 years ago

    Gorgeous colours!

  • Jordan 3 years ago

    Roses are red, violets are blue
    Emily Green’s necklaces, make the heart swoon.

  • Geri Barr 3 years ago

    I really love your colour combinations and simplicity of your designs!

  • Rebecca ng 3 years ago

    I love the colour! As someone who wears black or greys most of the time, I’d love something handmade and colorful to wear!

  • Liza 3 years ago

    So dreamy and colourful I love these they’re beautiful and WOW the colour inspiration on todays blog, love it (o: I’m now full of the wonderful uplifting love, warmth and inspiration that colour brings forth, thankyou! xxx

  • eva 3 years ago

    ooh joyous colour + pure perfect yummy neckpieces – irresistible!

  • cara rebecca 3 years ago

    how darling, a perfect pop for a melbourne winter wardrobe too…

  • Grace 3 years ago

    goodness those colors are just gorgeous. Love the bright and happy feel!

  • Ellie 3 years ago

    Yummo, I could almost bite off one of those beads like a Lifesaver.

  • Liz 3 years ago

    I just looove colour!! I have to wear all black at work, and it makes for a sad Lizzie. But an interview this week might change all that, and I can go back to my red tops With purple cardigans, red shoes and green cardigans, and maybe a new necklace! :) I started making my own beaded jewellery about 10 years ago now, because I could find nothing FUN and COLOURFUL to wear!

  • Jane 3 years ago

    Just stunning! I haven’t seen any in Hobart yet so I’ll keep my fingers crossed ☺. J x

  • Sam 3 years ago

    I just love your necklaces! Happiness!

  • Mala 3 years ago

    Cute!

  • Karro 3 years ago

    Amazing colours! It would brighten up my day since we are moving towards winter here in Sweden. Just love the necklace!

  • Cath Elizabeth 3 years ago

    Fantastic! There is never enough colour in the world! :)

  • claire 3 years ago

    Love your colour observations and application! Just beautiful! (*o*)/

  • inez 3 years ago

    nice colourfull world!!!that´s exactl what we all need!!!go on…

  • Sophie 3 years ago

    These necklaces are gorgeous! Each colour on it’s own doesn’t seem like it belongs with the next but strung up and they are a stroke of colour genius. I would LOVE to have one of these gems around my neck!’

  • Colleen 3 years ago

    Emily, thanks for sharing some of what inspires your colour choices. Artisans seem to have a talent for picking colour combinations that “just work”.

  • Kerri 3 years ago

    Lovely work. This necklace has the colours of my house!

  • Karina Harvey 3 years ago

    Pretty pretty colours!

  • Carol 3 years ago

    I first saw Emily’s work on Pinterest – it is beautiful

  • kat white 3 years ago

    I love this colour combo! Very unique necklaces you have there :)

  • Luz 3 years ago

    Love The bright colors. Especially as I dress a lot in black and gray, as an adopted Melbournian- now living in sydney!

  • Glennis 3 years ago

    The colours brighten up a grey Melbourne day.

  • di 3 years ago

    hmmm mondays necklace is so lickable… di

  • Michelle 3 years ago

    I need more yellow-lime-greeny-fluro in my life. Thank you!

  • christina@pmv 3 years ago

    Beautiful! I love the look :)

  • Melissa 3 years ago

    I too have been lusting after a necklace for the last few weeks…they are so gorgeous Emily.

  • erin 3 years ago

    i love this one! It reminds me of summer and sitting on the beach in the shade of a beach umbrella! Really pretty…

  • Angela M 3 years ago

    Love your work – funky and cute but at the same time, not too “in your face” !

  • Sam 3 years ago

    Love the colour. So. Much.

  • Annefie judge 3 years ago

    Emily is so clever . I’ve just discovered colour in my wardrobe one of these would suit perfectly xx

  • emma g 3 years ago

    i love the audrey even more now i know the inspiration behind it!!

  • kumi 3 years ago

    such pretty colour combos!

  • Amanda 3 years ago

    Your necklaces are lovely. Love the colours and textures of the Audrey necklace

  • anna 3 years ago

    love that 1st photo! pink hues tresses & lips. so summer!

  • Sophie 3 years ago

    My earrings make me so happy, I have been dreaming about those necklaces!

  • JoJo 3 years ago

    This is all sorts of lovely. I have been obsessing over this necklace for a whole week now…it makes me more excited about my tropical holiday coming up and instantly lifts my mood! :)

  • Mia 3 years ago

    Now that’s what I call a POP of colour!! Beautiful!!

  • Anna 3 years ago

    Beautiful. Poppies, puddles, winter clouds and a sunny heart. xa

  • Jenny 3 years ago

    Gorgeous colours perfect for lifting winter bleak attire.

  • elissa c 3 years ago

    That post card is so cool. I want to stay at that hotel.

    Love, love, love Emily’s work, especially her brooches. Gorgeous.

  • Natasha 3 years ago

    Beautiful colours. I’ve wanted one of Emily’s necklaces for a while!

  • Sam 3 years ago

    So beautiful and love the matt look

  • Kayley 3 years ago

    So creative! I adore the bright colours. What fantastic work!

  • Hannah Tunnicliffe 3 years ago

    Reminds me of a kinda grown-up version of a candy necklace. Design delicious-ness.

  • annie 3 years ago

    cross generational – that’s what I like….and the naming of them.

  • Anna 3 years ago

    Love the colour choices such great pops of color!

  • Ali 3 years ago

    Can’t think of a more exciting way to get around than the Papillionaire bicycle! Just gorgeous!

  • Anna Foley 3 years ago

    Love those bikes, reminds me of living in Florence and riding my bike to art class in ‘centro storico’! Thankyou for the beautiful reminder. True beauty never fades, May your bicycles encourage the nation to slow down, get outside and meander through the day, in style! What a an experience you are giving to australians!

  • Becca 3 years ago

    The palettes are screaming “INSPIRATION.” Will def come back to Emily Green the next time I pick up my paintbrush. Thanks for this poppin post!

  • sophie safrin 3 years ago

    just energetic.. in colours and to win the bicylce!!! fingers crossed!

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