Scanlan & Theodore

Scanlan & Theodore

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122 Oxford St., Sydney, New South Wales 2021, Australia

Clean lines and simple designs layer on each other, forming the complex and feminine looks that are the hallmark of Scanlan & Theodore. This Paddington shop's interior mirrors the clothes’ aesthetic: Gray floors and white walls balance with a wood-paneled ceiling and green accents at the entrance and dressing room. Launched in 1987 by fashion designers Fiona Scanlan and Gary Theodore, the brand is now known for its well-crafted women's clothing that combines rich fabrics with uncommon patterns or colors. Scanlan & Theodore frequently works with local textile designers, as well as collaborate with international artists to create new accessory lines.

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