Hunker down in the depths of winter in relaxed soft silhouettes patterned with the reassuring warmth of winter flowers, grounding ochres overlayed with elegant, bold knitted checks. 

Take in a delicate sunset of soft blues, warm raspberries and vibrant chartreuse adorn artisan woven checks and high contrast prints. This capsule offers ease and escapism with cosy cardigans, pinafores, skirts and wide leg pants.

Amadeo was a Portuguese artist born in 1887, rising as a first generation Portuguese modernist painter in the early 20th century. He painted in often-abstract forms and bold and expressive colours. Nancybird has celebrated Amadeo’s famed ‘Clown, Horse, Salamander’. This futuristic motif brings captivating colour and plays to the eye of the beholder. Amadeo’s work takes us on a journey to Europe and carefree time spent travelling and discovering different cultures. 


Acclimatise to winter and relax in bold, dynamic classic styles brushed with joyful winter pansies by local Melbourne artist Melissa Murphy. This capsule keeps winter in check with cheerful patterned painted blues and big primary colour blocks underpinning floaty skirts, skivvies, pants and pinafores.

Melissa Murphy is an artist, cook, shop-owner and mother living and working in Naarm, Melbourne. Melissa’s studio practice explores painting’s ability to store the life, time, emotion, labour and love of the painter.  Often painting from memory, Murphy’s multi-layered canvases map the fragmentary nature of time and remembering.


Enter Autumn with a capsule rich in colour and play, working in unison with First Nations artist Murdie Nampijinpa Morris. Pull on long sleeves and layer up in colourful story-telling patterns featuring lively, melodious mark marking.

Textural warmth is woven into the wardrobe with cord, wool, mohair and cotton knitwear.

Murdie Nampijinpa Morris was born at Rabbit Flat in the 1930s, a tiny settlement in the middle of the Tanami Desert in the Northern Territory of Australia. Now living in Nyirripi, Murdie has been painting with Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, an First Nations owned and governed art centre located in Yuendumu.


Explore the lingering summer rays in statement silhouettes, interwoven with the colourscapes of nature and artisan woven plaids made for everyday adventures. Walk through autumn breezes layered in rich knits, as we bring back the love of layering with new essentials from sporty anoraks, statement dresses and new denim. Explore Colourscape here.

Nancybird founder Emily Wright reminisces about time spent exploring Tasmania’s abundant and diverse colourscapes. Painting in a mix of inks and acrylics, Emily was inspired by Mount Field National Park, where the land is rich with the world’s tallest grass trees and the seasonal glow of dry grasses contrasting against the aquamarine seas of Bay of Fires.