You could feel the excitement when Life Instyle and Reed Gift Fair opened their doors on Saturday for the first time since Covid hit last March. Co-located at the ICC in Sydney, retailers were able to easily move between the two fairs, creating a seamless sourcing experience.
For four days, wholesalers and suppliers showcased their latest ranges and collections to buyers from all over the country, making sure gift and homewares stores shelves will be filled with the latest products for the coming season.
Check out some of our favourites from the fairs below.
We the Wild plant care products are made using worms and are safe for people, pets and the planet. Its Essential Plant Care Kits are the perfect gift for seasoned green thumbs or plant-parents-to-be.
We are Grateful's range of rosettes is all about celebrating telling the truth, using your manners, listening and demonstrating kindness as well as birthdays, milestones, emotions, weddings and fun moments.
Based in the Adelaide Hills, Etikette blends and crafts home fragrances to connect your heart and your home through the power of scent and memories including ocean sprays, smokey campfires and winding bush tracks.
Aquaboss has designed the ultimate water hammock that folds up flat for travel and is lightweight, durable, UV resistant and provides endless hours of pure happiness on any holiday or staycation.
Aggre specialises in bespoke concrete homewares, furnishings and candles. Believing in the power of sustainability, longevity and re-purposing, all items are produced by hand in Aggre's workshop in Redfern, Sydney.
Harpertini's product designs including muslins, silk and accessories, are a nod to the Australian lifestyle in a modern way. The brand is all about giving back and supporting local communities in Sydney and Australia wide.
Daylesford Apothecary uses naturopathic wisdom to hand craft bath soaks, each designed for a specific purpose and intention, and includes herbs, florals, essential oils and salts.
Alcoholder has taken the good ol’ Aussie tradition of drinking and twisted it on its head with a great range of tumblers, stubby holders, flasks and sippy cups.