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Father’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to show appreciation for the remarkable men in our lives than by curating a sophisticated and memorable gift? Look no further! Greg Natale’s design ethos of sophistication, functionality, and visual intrigue can guide you in selecting a remarkable Father’s Day gift that transcends the ordinary. By infusing your present with his signature aesthetic, you’re honouring your father’s special day and offering a timeless and thoughtful token of appreciation that reflects your understanding of his unique style and preferences. Whether your dad has an eye for interior design or simply appreciates the finer things in life, these accessories are bound to impress.
Father’s Day is a celebration that goes beyond simple gifts and cards. It’s a day to honour fathers’ significant contributions to their families’ lives. Look at this stylish shopping edit of a wide range of Greg Natale classics below.  Surprise your dad with a copy of Architecture Unbound by noted architecture critic Joseph Giovannini. Gift him a Greg Natale espresso set to make his mornings all the more special. From a statement acrylic bowl for the entry way to a set of stylish marble bookends perfect for dads office, there is something for everyone.

Featured in the latest edition of Art Edit magazine, the Greg Natale Mosman House is a richly layered, extravagant feast for the eyes. Nestled in the harbourside of Sydney’s suburb of Mosman lies this remarkable four-story, five-bedroom contemporary villa featuring twenty-eight different types of stone. This project is a compelling marriage of pared-back classicism and modernity, featuring elements of Italian rationalism and brutalism finished with art deco flourishes. Behind the oversized bronze and glass doors is a delightful combination of pink, ivory and green tiles that lead you to a statement living area encased in grey, ivory and black marbled granite. You can tour the Mosman House, along with many of our other projects via our Youtube account, Greg Natale, and shop the look with this stylish edit.

Featured in the August 2023 issue of Harper’s Bazaar Australia is a splashy eight-paged spread on the one and only Catherine Baba, Paris-based Australian stylist and muse to everyone, shot in Greg Natale’s disco-dream Darlinghurst apartment. In Sydney for the first time in six years, Catherine speaks to Harper’s Bazaar about everything that inspires her, from Marlene Dietrich to Studio 54. Her unique, layered style and irresistible charm have captivated the fashion world, and we are honoured to have hosted this extraordinary force in her return home to Sydney. 
Described by Harper’s Bazaar as a “Studio 54 fortune teller” in satin trousers and a vintage kimono underneath an iconic piece of art by Andy Warhol from his 1970s Ladies and Gentlemen series, it is clear that Baba and the Darlinghurst apartment are a match made in heaven. In each spectacular photo, Catherine blends in perfectly with her fashion-forward, disco-inspired surroundings, oozing unmatched style and glamour that clearly comes naturally to her. A personal friend of Greg’s, there is not a more appropriate place for Catherine to be shot. 
Make sure to pick up your copy of the latest Harper’s Bazaar to get a taste of this delicious feature, and prepare yourself to be transported to a realm of exquisite elegance and audacious fashion statements.
If you, like many, feel an affinity towards this Barbie-esque vanity, it’s possible you’ve caught a bit of Barbie fever. It seems the world cannot get enough of the colour pink. You may or may not be familiar with the term “Barbiecore”, referring to one of the most popular and exciting trends of 2023-24. Birthed from the buzz around the new Greta Gerwig film Barbie all about the timeless icon herself, the world cannot get enough of all things Barbie! The Barbiecore aesthetic, true to its namesake, finds its roots in the iconic doll that has captured the hearts of millions since her introduction in 1959. Barbie is the embodiment of playful, unapologetic glamour and whimsical motifs all in the name of championing self-expression and creativity.
Barbiecore is propelled by a revival of maximalist design. Head-to-toe custom pink outfits donned by some of the most stylish celebrities have graced the red carpet, and we are nothing but supportive. This recent transition away from the minimalistic and neutral trends that occupied the top spot in the interior design world for several years and towards the exuberant and vibrant movement that is maximalism invites a renaissance of colour and extravagance. Maximalist design is all about bold colour palettes and the intuitive layering of textures and patterns to give a space a spectacular air of grandeur. The viral Toorak Penthouse is Barbie maximalism at its finest; the home is a personification of the owner’s love of fashion and dress-up. If you’re feeling inspired by this project and Barbiecore as a whole, you can look through this stylish edit and shop the look.