We couldn't be more stoked on our recent Jewellery Collaboration 'Celestial Summer' with Byron Bay based, Spanish-born Creative, Neri. We have been long-distance pals for a few years now and through our shared love of creating and beautiful jewellery, this collaboration was born.
To help our customers select the perfect Ring Size we wanted to make an easy peasy go-to guide and list 3 effective ways to measure your ring size right from your couch at home. No more ‘Ugh, what is my ring size?’ and no more ill-fitting rings upon order delivery, the below 3 methods will take 3 minutes and you’ll be sorted for life…. literally.
Galungan is a10-day festival(in which there is 'Kuningan' on the last day.. another huge ceremonial day) has great cultural and spiritual significance for the Balinese people, as it signifies the victory of good over evil.
If you've arrived or happened to visit Bali during this period, you're in luck! Here is a little more on what this ceremony is all about.
Fashion & Bali go together like two peas in a pod. Batch made production, supporting local artisans in their own community, hand screen-printing, business meetings beach-side....The list goes on.
And if there's a gal who knows the meaning of 'Work Life' balance on this island, Fred, the owner of Bali Based fashion Brand 'Les Basics' is it. Often seen island hopping on her weekends, jaunting back to Canada to visit Family (Or Greece!), Skiing in France but never without a hustle managing production, her growing Bali-based team and ensuring her Marketing is ready for the next product launch.... Take 5 and meet the lady boss behind Les Basics, a very popular Denim store based just down the road from our own shop in Canggu.
In a world driven by fast fashion trends and disposable clothing, a transformative movement is emerging: slow fashion. Here at Luna & Rose, we are passionate about Supporting Slow Fashion and are always looking for ways in which we can improve our impact on the planet. In this blog post, we explore what is slow fashion, shedding light on its core principles and 3 ways support this new movement in your everyday life!
We were first introduced to South Australian local, Alex Baker when she applied to become one of our Ambassadors back in 2020. While we knew a little about her and her creative genus... Little did we know what was ACTUALLY going on behind the scene, until this interview. Alex is not only a total babe, creates beautiful content but she is also a full-time paramedic, is starting her own business venture, is studying Marketing all while living her best life, travelling Australia as much as she can... and looking cute doing it!
Mothers Day is coming and we know that there truly is nothing more special in this world that our Mom's, Grandmothers and Mom-like figures. What better way than to celebrate them and let them know how much they mean to you than with a piece of meaningful jewellery that they will treasure for years to come.
We are offering Free Gift wrapping and hand written cards on all Orders placed this April. Simply leave a note at the checkout and we will do the rest.
Want to know more behind the Best Cafe in Canggu? Here's your chance, because this talented lady started it.
I couldn't be more excited to introduce this interview with Australian Ex-Pat living in Bali for more than 15 years, Gypsy. Gypsy is the creator & co-owner of long-time popular Canggu Cafe, The Shady Shack. aka. Your must-visit Vegetarian haven on a back street close to our store in Echo Beach.
If you have been to Canggu, there's a 9/10 chance that you have had the pleasure of visiting one of Gypsy's insanely busy cafes. The Shady Shack cafe is Canggu's most popular cafe, serving up fresh and delicious Vegetarian meals from sun-up to sundown. Click on in to hear more about how Gyspy found herself here and how she manages to run this insanely busy cafe... and remain sane!
If I'm being honest, this blog post could easily be 50 best songs to come out of the eighties... Choosing just 10 top songs was as hard as a 2 year old tying up a shoelace. The decade of Prince, Madonna, David Bowie, Whitney Houston, U2, Queen, the Eurethmics, Duran Duran, Bon Jovi, Michael Jackson, Talking Heads and... Do I need to say anymore!? Music that graced our ears (Ok, our parents ears...) has lived a long and glorious life filling rooms of joy, making parties PARTIES and so much more for the past 40 years.
We're a little bias around here at the Luna & Rose office, some might say 'Overly Fond' of the eighties. But all great humans aside (Our entire team was born in 1980.... shhhh), the decade of the 80's truly was something. Giving birth to things such as Shoulder Pads, cabbage patch dolls, transformers, Neon, Leg Warmers and that's just scraping the surface. Some might say it was the best decade to be alive!
Always wanted to join a book club but never quite made it? Couldn't find your jam? Didn't want to commit? Travelling too much? We hear you! That's why our little team of book-loving beach nerds have decided to start up the Luna Book Club. A monthly inspiration of a new read, online debrief on the pro's, con's, weirdness, awesome facts, new vibes and emotions felt. (shared on social media, and a 6 monthly cap on all books).
So come on in, let's chat about our first Luna Book Club Book, Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen.
Mother, Business Owner, Podcaster, Cafe Owner, Wife. There's not much that Bali Based ex-pat Paz Fourcard doesn't do, going about it in effortless style and ease. From running one of Bali's most Restaurants (Watercress, Milk & Madu), being a mother to 4 handsome boys, growing her business 'Bali Black Book' and most recently, starting her own podcast, Paz has been an inspiration for me personally and for many other women navigating business and motherhood, and the blurred lines and demands that come with that.
We chat to her about life in Bali, running a business(s) here and what a day in the life looks like to this busy working Mumma.