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Big Brown Dog Hoodie
Our Big Brown Dog Hoodie is made from a soft cotton blend, perfect for the cooler months. Screen printed with our very own Big Brown Dog Logo. Available in Medium, Large, 2 XLarge and 3 XLarge
$70.00
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Big Brown Dog Slouch Crew
Our Big Brown Dog Slouch Crew Jumpers are made from lightweight grey fleck breathable Cotton. Screen printed with our very own Big Brown Dog Logo. Available in Medium, Large and 2 X Large.
$60.00
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Big Brown Dog Shorts
Our Big Brown Dog Track Shorts are made from a comfortable Cotton blend fabric. They feature two large front pockets and one back pocket. Screen printed with our very own Big Brown Dog Logo. Available in Medium, Large and 2 X Large
$60.00
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Big Brown Dog Boxers
Our Big Brown Dog Boxer Shorts are made from lightweight breathable cotton. Screen printed with our very own Big Brown Dog Logo. Medium : 30 - 32 Mens Large : 32 - 34 Mens 2 XLarge: 36 - 40 Mens
$20.00
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Magnolia Perfume
Magnolia, 2016 Eau de Parfum A bespoke Eau de Parfum created in collaboration with the artist Alesandro Ljubicic, Michael Reid and Damask Perfumery. limited edition the perfect size for travel in an industrial glass perfume bottle bagged in hessian. 25 ml
$55.00
Metta Melboune Scarves
Metta Melbourne Linen Scarf
Linen scarves designed by 'Metta Melbourne'. All their scarves are made with 100% Lithuanian linen and get softer the more you wash and wear them. These luxurious scarves measures 70 x 215 cm.
$65.00
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Big Brown Dog T-Shirt
In sizes Small, Medium, Large, XL, and 2 XL these two-sided, hand-printed quality T-shirts have the Big Brown Dog logo emblazoned on the front, with the words Big Brown Dog printed on the back.  
$40.00
Alesandro Ljubicic, Magnolia, Scarf
Alesandro Ljubicic, Magnolia, Scarf
Alesandro Ljubicic Magnolia, 2016 silk crepe de chine scarf with hand rolled hems made in England limited edition of 50 Kmossed Ljubicic & Reid approx.126 x 100 cm Henri Matisse is by no means the only artist to have designed a scarf, however in June 2011, the fashion and art worlds were thrown into somewhat of a ferment by news that a scarf designed by Henri Matisse had fetched £3m (AUS$5.2 million) at Christie’s. Océanie, la Mer was 173.5 x 387.5cm of linen, dyed a particular golden colour to evoke the light of Tahiti, and printed with a dancing dreamscape of birds, seaweed, coral and sponges. From the early to mid twentieth century Matisse, Dufy, Picasso, Derain, Calder, Moore and even the slightly harder edged modernist British abstract painter Ben Nicolson all designed scarfs. Many of our greatest artists believe then, as they do now, that beauty is to be found everywhere and indeed beauty is to be used and useful. Flowers burst out from Alesandro Ljubicic’s large, textured canvases. Sweeps and daubs of vivid colour convey his intense response to the beauty of nature. Whorls and waves of different colours resist blending together, competing to be the most vibrant. The trace of Ljubicic’s brush and palette knife are clearly visible on his scarf; dragging and scooping thick layers of oil paint to create the imagery of sculptural surfaces on fine silk. Digital printing technology enables detailed photographic images like these to be transposed onto silk to create wearable forms of artwork. A depth of colours and fine textures appear on exquisite silk – the nature of which is, in itself, luminous – the silk fibres reflect light, adding a subtle glow to the vibrant palette of Alesandro Ljubicic’s flowers. The scarf is produced in collaboration with the extraordinarily talented team of Kmossed. For all enquiries please contact info@michaelreid.com.au  
$900.00
Catherine Nelson, Mission, Scarf
Catherine Nelson, Mission, Scarf
Catherine Nelson Mission 1, 2013 silk crepe de chine scarf with hand rolled hems made in England limited edition of 50 Catherine Nelson, Kmossed & Michael Reid approx.126 x 100 cm Henri Matisse is by no means the only artist to have designed a scarf, however in June 2011, the fashion and art worlds were thrown into somewhat of a ferment by news that a scarf designed by Henri Matisse had fetched £3m (AUS$5.2 million) at Christie’s. Océanie, la Mer was 173.5 x 387.5cm of linen, dyed a particular golden colour to evoke the light of Tahiti, and printed with a dancing dreamscape of birds, seaweed, coral and sponges. From the early to mid twentieth century Matisse, Dufy, Picasso, Derain, Calder, Moore and even the slightly harder edged modernist British abstract painter Ben Nicolson all designed scarfs. Many of our greatest artists believe then, as they do now, that beauty is to be found everywhere and indeed beauty is to be used and useful. Catherine Nelson’s background in film and television has seen her create visual effects for films such as Moulin Rouge, Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban, 300, and Australia. Her profession has taken her around the world having lived and worked in Milan, London, Rome, Reykjavik, Bratislava, Brussels and throughout Australia. In 2008 Nelson returned to her studio and began to dedicate her time to her own art practice. Combining her training as a painter with her expertise in cinematic visual effects, Nelson has created stunning photography which turns the tradition notions of the medium on their head. Each of Nelson’s photographs is constructed of hundreds of individual photographs pieced together painstakingly over several months, and depicts the artist’s memory of a journey through landscape. With no single vantage point, the effect is dynamic and fantastical. Sometimes expansive and at other times introspective, Nelson’s works invite the viewer to seek their own journey within the image before them. Digital printing technology enables detailed photographic images like these to be transposed onto silk to create wearable forms of artwork. A depth of colours and fine textures appear on exquisite silk – the nature of which is, in itself, luminous – the silk fibers reflect light, adding a subtle glow to the restrained palette of Catherine Nelson’s majestic imagery. The scarf is produced in collaboration with the extraordinarily talented team of Kmossed. For all enquiries please contact info@michaelreid.com.au
$900.00
Beard Oil by Reid
Beard Oil by Reid
Beard Oil by Reid is made with 100% natural oils. Having used Reid's Beard Oil you will find your beard healthier, softer, shinier whilst at the same time tending to the needs of your skin. A unique blend of skin safe fragrance oils are used to achieve the selections of aromas:
BUSHRANGER
An incredible scent inspired by the crisp, fresh, unique and fragrant air of the Blue Mountains bushland.
CAMPFIRE
Reminiscent of nights out by the campfire. It is smoky, warm, hearty and strong.
BLACK COFFEE
This aroma captures the richness and depth of a freshly brewed espresso.
CINNAMON WHISKEY
Inspired by warm and spicy cinnamon-based whiskey liqueur.
$25.00
Florilegium #1 Silk Scarf
Florilegium #1 Silk Scarf
Joseph McGlennon Florilegium Study # 1, 2014 silk crepe de chine scarf with hand rolled hems made in England limited edition of 50 Kmossed Vs. McGlennon approx.126 x 100 cm Florilegium #1, 2014 is winner of the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize 2015. Henri Matisse is by no means the only artist to have designed a scarf, however in June 2011, the fashion and art worlds were thrown into somewhat of a ferment by news that a scarf designed by Henri Matisse had fetched £3m (AUS$5.2 million) at Christie’s. Océanie, la Mer was 173.5 x 387.5cm of linen, dyed a particular golden colour to evoke the light of Tahiti, and printed with a dancing dreamscape of birds, seaweed, coral and sponges. From the early to mid twentieth century Matisse, Dufy, Picasso, Derain, Calder, Moore and even the slightly harder edged modernist British abstract painter Ben Nicolson all designed scarfs. Many of our greatest artists believe then, as they do now, that beauty is to be found everywhere and indeed beauty is to be used and useful. Within the spirit of the mid twentieth century, Joseph McGlennon draws his inspiration from deeper European history. A Latin term reconfigured in the Middle Ages; Florilegium (to gather flowers), had its early language roots in the gathering together of scholarly church writings, into the one tome. In the 16th & 17th centuries, Botanical Gardens emerged across Europe, privately hoarding exotic world flowers and animals, signalling the rise and rise of the illustrated colour plate book. The growing desire to chorale and record the worlds flora & fauna, alongside the growing confidence in science, all fused to produce a notion of the Florilegium as a luxurious record of the rare; of important beauties to be viewed in the one vista. Photographed in Madagascar, Tahiti and Singapore, in Florilegium Study # 1 2014 McGlennon has captured each bird, flower, vine and butterfly to create a Florilegium that is a landscape, straight from the Age of Enlightenment. Within the work there is an enchanting clash of empirical scientific observation, coupled with a romantically lush, compassionate and diffused spotlight on the plants and birds wild observed- at a brilliant moment before they vanish into the fog of time. This lush landscape dwells in a most complex, beautiful and sadly unreachable world. Digital printing technology enables detailed photographic images like these to be transposed onto silk to create wearable forms of artwork. A depth of colours and fine textures appear on exquisite silk - the nature of which is, in itself, luminous – the silk fibers reflect light, adding a subtle glow to the restrained palette of Joseph McGlennon’s majestic imagery. Produced in collaboration with the extraordinarily talented team of Kmossed. These images of Florilegium #1 silk scarf photographed by Phoebe Grigor. For enquiries please contact info@michaelreid.com.au
$900.00
Temono Pouch
Temono Pouch
10 x 15 cm Naturally shrunken Italian leathers these pouches are simple and elegant. great for your keys and bits and pieces, your passport and travel documents with the larger one or anything you simply need and extra pocket for. Italian leather (cow)
$40.60
Pochette Bag (Large) by Uashmama
Pochette Bag (Large) by Uashmama
Our paper pochette compliments any UASHMAMA Tote. The perfect paper accessory use as a wallet, purse or case. With a detachable fine leather strap the paper purse can be worn as a handbag or remove and use as a clutch. Available in senape. W25 x D5 x H15cm
$59.00
Bamboo Textiles Socks
Bamboo Textiles Socks
When you consider it, bamboo is a very logical choice of fibre for many items of clothing. As well as having excellent strength, shape stability, washability, colorfastness, shrink fastness and being exceptionally comfortable against the skin, bamboo fibre also boasts the following: * Naturally bacteria inhibiting (find out more) * Particularly absorbent and breathable * Grown and manufactured without the use of harsh insecticides, serious pollutants or land degradation.
$15.00
Rebelde Bracelet Style B
Rebelde Bracelet Style B
Rebelde bracelets are made from genuine leather. The clasps are stainless steel and are laser engraved with the Rebelde brand name. There are three styles available, flat leather, single twist plaited leather and double twist plaited leather. The single twist plaited leather and flat both come in black or brown.
$35.00