Fashion meets Architecture.

An exclusive collaboration with Havenist Magazine


It is true to say that fashion and architecture are cut from the same cloth.

Each employs geometry to create sinuous lines, curves and defining shapes using similar elements, like materials, finishes, and artisanal detail. Whether it’s the perfect pantsuit, custom benchtop, handbag or wall treatment, each is an art form serving to express individual style in tangible form. Fashion gives us wearable art, while architecture allows us to live within it. Merging the two isn’t new, yet the enthusiasm surrounding them is - never before have we seen fashion and architecture’s lines blurred more brilliantly.  

On location at Roscommon House in Floreat, we teamed up with Western Australia’s newest architecture and design magazine Havenist for a fresh take on this irresistible pairing. 


Look 1 | For spring, whimsical florals are kept in line by long lean silhouettes with subtle details. Shop Ulla Johnson's Netra DressLook 2 | Joseph Altuzarra shines a light on colour and print inspired by water formations. Shop Altuzarra’s Chika Top and Aetna Skirt.


The family home, designed by architect Neil Cownie, artfully reflects the unique attributes of its ‘Garden Suburb’ location and modernist architecture. Exuding equal parts glamour and grit, its spatial arrangement of courtyards boasts seamless interaction between indoor and outdoor living. The materials used inside, chosen for their roughness, texture, modesty, and patina, reflect Wabi-sabi, the  ancient Japanese philosophy that looks for beauty in imperfection.  


Florals, brocade and feathers – La DoubleJ’s glorious party pieces will take you from after hours to the small hours.
Shop La DoubleJ’s La Scala Top, 24/7 Pants and Ferry Sandals.


Our collection of coveted international designers, including Isabel Marant, Ulla Johnson, Altuzarra, and La DoubleJ, are the architects of our fashion personalities. Handpicking the very best from the international runways, the Adam Heath buying team is always on the lookout for the next big fashion names whilst representing the crème-de-la creme of established designers. This season, a melee of puff sleeves, prairie florals, bold prints and Parisian-inspired evening pieces reinstate our wardrobes with wearability, individuality and flair. 

The alluring combination of high-end fashion and a beautifully designed house proves our approach to dressing and home invites the same creativity and joy.

Shop the story now and subscribe to Havenist for their upcoming feature on Roscommon House and interview with its architect Neil Cownie.


Modern romance blossoms when paired with simple styling and pink suede heels.
Shop Isabel Marant's Zarga Top, Chasenia Skirt and Arieli Sandals.



Isabel Marant’s soft structure dress accentuates shape and charm.
Shop Isabel Marant's Moyrala Dress.     


La DoubleJ’s spin on classic Slim Aarons-inspired cocktail dressing.
Shop La DoubleJ's Long Sleeve Swing Dress and Ferry Sandals



A considered shape and flattering cut makes this deeply luscious dress the new season’s trump card. 
Isabel Marant's Gilalbi Dress. 



The one-shoulder bubble dress is the shape for now. Or choose black trousers with a subtle wow-factor velvet top for the perfect evening wear standby. Grab a gold gilded bag, and go.
 Ulla Johnson’s Leah Dress, Isabel Marant Guilazia Top, Altuzarra Serge Pant and Ulla Johnson Gilt Bag.


You can shop all these looks from our exclusive photoshoot with Havenist in store and online. Sarah Tilleke wears Altuzarra's Peirene Dress in Burnt Red Teardrop in hero image.


PHOTOGRAPHY Jody D’Arcy  •  STORY & STYLIST Elizabeth Clarke 

MODEL Sarah Tilleke /Vivien’s Model Management  •  HAIR & MAKEUP Rebekah Clark




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