The Oxford St Design Store has been successfully running for just under six months, but to take it to the next level, Lou Helliwell and and Alex De Bonis (the brains behind the store) have announced a slight change…
While the emphasis is still on locally-made, accessible and well-designed products, the pair have decided to remove the $20 price limit.“We’ve had such as great response to our original brief but now it’s time to open up the submissions to a much wider audience and a greater variety of products.” says co-founder De Bonis. The aim of removing the price limit is to grow the range and diversity of products available.
The store is now taking submissions with no price limit. The first batch of submissions will be taken until the 10th August. Send your idea to email@example.com or drop in-store to 58 Oxford street, Darlinghurst.
Not sure what to submit? The store currently stocks The Hungry Workshop, The Grim Press, Page Thirty Three, Dubbleyou, Forgotten Fancies and Hekate. Products are mostly limited edition and handmade, and include t-shirts, art, kitchenware, jewellery, stationery, cosmetics, and toys.