Style: Good Weekend’s picks of the week

The Beach People fan.

Aesther Ekme “Demi Lune” bag.

Stay cool with this handbag-sized linen fan from The Beach People. The label began when two Tweed Heads sisters, Emma Henderson and Victoria Beattie, launched “the roundie”, a round towel which sold out in its first season. The pair soon expanded their range of beachside accessories, with a focus on natural materials.

The Beach People fan, $19

Copenhagen brand Aesther Ekme makes streamlined bags with luxe leather. You can buy them in Australia from My Chameleon, an online store specialising in well-crafted, textural pieces with a contemporary twist. The site’s loyal fan base has come to expect emerging and boutique brands from both here and overseas.
Aesther Ekme “Demi Lune” bag, $603

St Agni “Seni” slides

Marimekko “Sukat Makkaralla” pitcher.

Perfect for the beach or evening barbecue, these elegant, vegetable-dyed “Seni” slides are a favourite from the St Agni range. The brand was launched five years ago by a husband-and-wife team in Byron Bay, and now exports to more than a dozen countries. You can also find them at David Jones.
St Agni “Seni” slides, $249 

Make summer humidity more bearable by serving your favourite drink in this pitcher by Finnish brand Marimekko. Its name, “Sukat Makkaralla”, translates to “socks rolled down”, referencing its quirky resemblance to a rumpled sock. The range also includes tumblers and wine glasses.
Marimekko “Sukat Makkaralla” pitcher, $99


Nordic Kitchen wine cube, $195.

Highlight your wine collection with this sculptural “wine cube” from Danish brand Eva Solo. Airy and elegant, the rack beautifully frames your best bottles, while its minimalist docking system allows you to orientate labels to ensure your collection receives the attention it deserves. The rack holds most bottle types and is suitable for displaying a selection, or storing your entire collection – depending on how many bottles of wine you haven’t drunk yet.  Frances Mocnik

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