On the Streets of Sydney with TMOD

December 2nd, 2010 by Hannah-Rose and Jessica  |  Published in Features  |  7 Comments

In a world of same-old jewellery - hippie beads and too-cool crucifixes - it is refreshing to find a label that focuses on the unique and individual in design and construction. Enter TMOD, a label started in 2007 by former COFA classmates Georgie Swift and Milenka Osen. With an eye for the weird and wonderful, TMOD captures that sense of beautiful uneasiness in our world. Bracelets that snake up wrists, milky stones that spin around pendants and pieces inspired by braille are just a few of the designs that Georgie and Milenka have exhibited through TMOD. Everything successfully fuses the visual with the physical - it is just as important to touch and feel the pieces as it is to wear them. We caught up with designers Georgie and Milenka who showed us how they dress for a day On the Streets of Sydney.

Georgie Swift
Hat from market
Sunglasses Vintage Christian Dior
Top Handsom
Skirt Vintage Pierre Cardin
Leggings Kirrily Johnston
Shoes Rag and vine
Jewellery TMOD

Milenka Osen
Top Handsom
Skirt American Apparel
Shoes were tailor-made in Bali
Jewellery TMOD

Visit TMOD to view the collection, and The Grand Social to buy online.


  1. Lacqua says:

    December 6th, 2010at 1:19 AM(#)

    Nice. I believe you mean Pierre Cardin not “Piete Cardin”.

  2. Jane says:

    December 6th, 2010at 2:47 PM(#)

    Hey, I love those Handsom tops. Especially the blue one on Georgie. Where can you buy them from?

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    December 9th, 2010at 11:33 PM(#)

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  4. Sam says:

    December 12th, 2010at 10:35 AM(#)

    Handsom is currently availabe at Somedays in Surry Hills, Porch&Parlour in Bondi, and soon to be online at The Grand Social: http://www.thegrandsocial.com.au/

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    December 23rd, 2010at 8:06 AM(#)

    Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!

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