Indigenous Wearabl...

Indigenous art is a sacred form of storytelling. Captivating in their vibrancy and ancient symbolism, Aboriginal artworks convey a deep connection to the land, and express indigenous wisdom and beliefs. As there was no written language for Aboriginal people, symbols were used over thousands of years to pass important cultural stories down through the generations. At ISHKA, we recognise not only the inherent beauty of indigenous art, but its cultural and spiritual significance. This is why we are very proud to release an exclusive collection of scarves featuring original artwork by Aboriginal artist Stan Yarramunua. And who better to showcase this incredible range... Continue Reading

New Boho Fashion: A Wander in the Winter Light

Winter has most definitely arrived, but there’s no way we’re... Continue Reading

A Barefoot Adventure…

Inspired by nature in all her beauty and abundance of colour,... Continue Reading

Bohemian Tea Party

From flower crowns to free-spirits, hoola hoops to handpainted tea sets, welcome... Continue Reading

Spirit of Sisterhood

With Seven Sisters Festival on the horizon, the spirit of... Continue Reading

Clayton Superstore: Katie’s Favourite Finds

The last few months have been an exciting whirlwind at... Continue Reading

Autumn Daze

We luvvvvvvve autumn feels. As the air slowly turns cool and... Continue Reading

Dreaming Into Dusk

Across the earth the free spirits roamed, daydreaming beneath the... Continue Reading

Sundance: Spring/Summer Collection

Featuring soft floaty fabrics, divine embroidered textures and vibrant bohemian... Continue Reading