in continuing in the spirit of celebration and adornment, day 4 of colour lovers christmas brings us to house of baulch, a day late due to a hangover from hell but worth the wait for sure. kathryn designs her eponymous brand from her base in melbourne and has been selling her bold designs worldwide for sometime now, a natural progression after a five year stint as head jewellery designer at mimco. dedicated to the design process, kathryn’s strongly thematic collections showcase her passionate practise and understanding of the industrial processes utilised in each design, each season shows innovation in eloquent form. the current collection rarebird is a great mix of elegant art deco and rich ethnic style that in my mind look best loaded up, some of the houseofbaulch bracelets come in nests of product which is a great way to get your collection up and running. each piece, however looks great as a solo and statement piece and in all their extravagance will definitely stand the test of time. some of my favourite house of baulch pieces are the extravagant runway pieces she creates each year for the l’oreal melbourne fashion festival – it is here that her creativity is let loose and you can see why she is a favourite of stylists and fashionably forward females everywhere. to buy your bit of house of baulch visit her website or find stockists closest to you. all i want for christmas is a house of baulch bike helmet – how good!?