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  • Sarah Willmott


Welcome to our store. I thought I’d share a little of the Willko story so far… from  Australia to NYC to LA,  and back, and then back again… it’s been a big year, and we’re still the ‘new kid on the block’. 

In our first year, we’ve designed and created our own label byWillko, expanded to include a men’s range, and added Room 42 for other things we love.  There’s some exciting news regarding that development, but I’ll save that for later… Oh, and there’s our new website!  And if you’re reading this, that means it‘s live, so jump on and take a look at the new easy to navigate format.  And, to celebrate, we’re offering a 10% discount on all purchases this week! codeword: WAYFINDER Offer ends midnight 01/05/15.

What’s the Willko difference?  I like to think we stand out from the usual crowd by only partnering with labels we love, then sharing the love, and the stories of artisans from around the globe who are making a difference in their own way.

Sophie Monet thinks 'wood is good' and crafts her beautiful pieces by hand with lots of love.

The Base Project is an amazing initiative of twins Chris and Doug from NYC, who work with local artisans in Namibia using discarded water pipe to create beautiful, durable and wearable bangles, with all profits going directly back to the Namibian community. Finally fashion you can feel good about!   


The Goods Co whose luxurious fold over clutches are designed and made in Australia.

Our other point of difference is affordability. We love everything Chloe as much as the next girl, but we think beautiful, interesting and wearable can also be affordable. We’ve searched the globe and found pieces you haven’t seen before, but we know you’ll want to wear forever. Sure, save up for the Chloe bag, but in the meantime, our gorgeous suede clutches are just $129. I like the sound of that.

It's about the story...

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  • Sarah Willmott

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  • Apr 30, 2015

    Loving the new website and my fabulous purchases! Keep up the good work Willko.

    — EJW

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