When looking for tones that could influence the collection, I looked to the landscape. In each town, an afternoon coffee break at a local cafe would be streamed with reflections from nearby streams, trickling through the ground and sparkling to the trees and clouds. In the bush, the red ochre soil contrasts with the greenery, shapes of which I had never seen before. Especially as the sun goes down, the leaves turn from deep forest to light fern green, illuminated by the golden sun. The outback has a spectrum of colours that traverse the seasons, especially paired with the key Naudic hues of neutrals, deeper shades, and metallics.