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Aila Blue
“Aegean Wonderland” Resort 2014
photography David Hauserman
model Elouise Morris
styling Marisa Sidoti
h&m Nicholas Morley

“take me to the sun. to where the sea reflects the sky.
where salt lingers on my skin and sweet jasmine fills my heart.
gleaming white stucco against cerulean blue seas
emerald green waters against warm golden sands.

I want to lose myself down cobblestone paths.
I want to lose myself in his golden brown skin.

take me to this wonderland.
take me to the Aegean Sea.”

How beautiful is this photoshoot by my fave David Hauserman!? Go and check out the full collection on Aila Blue here or follow on instagram.

Aila Blue is a bohemian luxe collection designed for the beach chic jet setter. Both bold and feminine, Aila Blue explores versatility through exceptional fit and luxurious fabrics. Exquisite custom prints and of-the-moment colors lend to the vibrant cultures encountered through travel, and are hand dyed and printed with love on the beautiful island of Bali. Aila Blue is the creation of designer Mai Dalle Cort. A lifelong passionate traveller, Mai spent her youth bouncing between homes in Los Angeles, Hawaii and Japan. Her love of travel was instilled at a young age and is reflective in each collection. Now residing in Australia with her husband and son, Mai splits her time between Australia, Bali and Los Angeles.


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