Style: Good Weekend's picks of the week

Phoebe Joel ring.

Phoebe Joel ring.

 Reflections Copenhagen "Harlem" vase.

Reflections Copenhagen “Harlem” vase.

Phoebe Joel isn't just a jeweller, she's also a "sound healer" who uses Tibetan singing bowls to create vibrations that relieve pain and stress. The New York-based Sydneysider brings a similar sense of repetition, rhythm and pattern to this ring in black stainless steel. Phoebe Joel ring, $US130,

We're a fan of this vase from Reflections Copenhagen, known for mirrored pieces that combine 1930s glamour with 1980s excess. You can find it at Jardan, an Australian-owned brand offering local and international wares. Reflections Copenhagen "Harlem" vase, $650,

Nique "Emiri" T-shirt.

Nique “Emiri” T-shirt.

Aussie brand Nique has recruited a new creative director, Nadia Jones (sister of Kim Jones, artistic director of Dior menswear), to build its reputation for clothes that reference Japanese architecture and street style, such as this T-shirt with an asymmetrical hem. Nique "Emiri" T-shirt, $70,

Zakkia corkscrew.

Zakkia corkscrew.

An Anya Smells "anti-fragrance" candle.

An Anya Smells “anti-fragrance” candle.

Pop your cork in style with this striking sculptural corkscrew from Zakkia. The Sydney-based homewares brand champions contemporary handcrafted Australian design with a distinct Scandinavian edge. Zakkia corkscrew, $24,


Strike a light, what's that smell? Not everyone wants their house to smell like an English garden in high bloom, so British designer Anya Hindmarch has created a line of "anti-fragrance" candles that smell, well, just like things you find in the home. The Anya Smells collection uses familiar day-to-day aromas, such as coffee, washing powder and even toothpaste, as evocative short cuts to happy memories. They're finished off in Hindmarch's signature pop art packaging. – Benjamen Judd

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