This Old Bush Story Makes a Great Yarn

Historic Anlaby Station in the Mid North of South Australia has been operating for 178 years and much more recent owners, Andrew Morphett and Peter Hayward were delighted to host a fashion shoot for Westfield’s 2017 winter campaign.

What a fascinating story there is to tell of how the collaboration with The Woolmark Company bought together wool growing families from two states, including an International Model Stephanie Field some of Australia’s oldest bloodlines of merino ewes and fantastic Australian fashion designed and manufactured from wool, all in time for Australian “Wool Week”.

A story well worth reading. It was published in the Adelaide Advertiser 13th May 2017, Page 14.

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Anlaby Station in the Adelaide Advertiser - This Old Bush Story Makes a Great Yarn
Anlaby Station in the Adelaide Advertiser
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This Old Bush Story Makes a Great Yarn