Australian womenswear brand Dissh has opened a store in Bondi, near Bondi Beach in Sydney.
The 1,292-square-foot boutique is the brand’s seventh Dissh location, all of which are located in Australia. The shop is designed in collaboration with Brahman Perera, one of Australia’s leading interior designers, and the Dissh store design team. They worked closely with an environmental consultant and every element has sustainability at its forefront, from the building processes to the responsibly sourced materials and the store’s 100 percent renewable energy contract.
Eighty-five percent of the furniture is second hand, reclaimed or sustainability sourced. Changing rooms feature smart lighting, allowing customers to play with different moods during their try-on sessions. The custom ceramic flute wall scones are made by Melbourne artist Sarah Nedovic.
Dissh, whose owner and director is Lucy Henry-Hicks, is owned, run and led by women. The brand is known for its feminine silhouettes and easy-going pieces that reflect its Aussie roots. Dissh offers clothing and accessories.