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100% Linen Chest Pocket Joe Bananas Intermediate Fit Coconut Shell Buttons Cold Water Hand Wash
$280.00
100% Linen Chest Pocket Joe Bananas Intermediate Fit Coconut Shell Buttons Cold Water Hand Wash
$2,600.00
Linen, Silk & Viscose Blend Watermelon Linen & Silk Suit 1485 Fabric #: 1485
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$9,500.00
Whilst Joe Bananas is most famous for finding inspiration in nature here on earth, for the Art Series, we also look to the celestial universe for its infinite illumination. We revere astronomy as one of the oldest natural sciences and the one which weaves a common thread between all of...
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According to theoretical evolutionary biology, all life on earth as we know it, is thought to derive from a single common origin: The Last Universal Common Ancestor, or LUCA.   The LUCA is not thought to be the first living organism on Earth but only one of many early organisms,...
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Resplendent in its leopard and layered floral paisley motifs, The Secret Wardrobe of Sir Frankie Crisp is Joe Banana’s homage to the mystical and emotive songwriting style of George Harrison on his All Things Must Pass album.   In 1970, having purchased and taken up residence in Friar Park, a...
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100% Silk 'Mentawi Hold Down' Art SeriesFabric#: 1380
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100% Silk 'Kilauea' Art Series
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100% Silk 'Viserion' Art Series
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100% Silk 'Below the Bower' Art Series
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$9,500.00
Whilst Joe Bananas is most famous for finding inspiration in nature here on earth, for the Art Series, we also look to the celestial universe for its infinite illumination. We revere astronomy as one of the oldest natural sciences and the one which weaves a common thread between all of...
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The Australian paperbark tree (Melaleuca quinquenervia) is synonymous with the great Australian landscape. Aboriginal people used several different species of Melaleuca to make rafts, as roofing for shelter, bandages, and food preparation.  Its wonderfully soft and textured bark serves as the perfect inspiration for our 'Paperbark' Raw Silk Jacket. The rich, neutral tones make for a...
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During the hot summer months in Australia, bushfires often ravage the landscape. Our native plants are engineered to thrive from this natural disaster, releasing their seeds and sprouting fresh vegetation for a chance at new life. What remains beyond this new life is enriching charcoal: a lightweight, black residue, consisting of carbon and any...
$3,800.00
Charcoal is a substance of many uses: from medicinal, to art, to culinary. It is a naturally occurring residue usually produced by slow pyrolysis, the heating of wood or other substances in the absence of oxygen. The 'Night Sky Charcoal Paperbark' Raw Silk Jacket is more refined than its namesake, but...
$3,800.00
The peacock is a resplendent bird, with its impressive train of iridescent feathers and regal strut. The term peacock is properly reserved for the male; the female is known as a peahen, and the immature offspring are sometimes called peachicks. In the Australian vernacular, a 'peacock' is a male who likes to strut around for attention,...
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The English word "tartan" is most likely derived from the French tartarin meaning "Tartar cloth". It has also been suggested that "tartan" may be derived from modern Scottish Gaelic tarsainn, meaning "across".  For us, it is the symbol of the clan-ship of our Scottish ancestors. The 'Opal Tartan' Raw Silk Jacket sees two Joe...
$3,800.00
A field of lavender is a true sensory delight. Combing its vision of high-key violets, blues and fuchsia, the remarkable scent of the plants’ essential oils, and the symphonic hum of the bees which swarm amongst its flowers, a walk through a lavender row is an idyllic experience, to be...
$3,800.00
Mudstone is a type of mud rock, composed of ancient muds and clays. Compacted over thousands of years, the clay minerals may become aligned, with the appearance of parallel layering. For the 'Mauve Mudstone’ Raw Silk Jacket, alternating yarns of blues and mauve form a distinctive yet subtle herringbone pattern which reflects its inspiration of...
$9,500.00
Lace 'Killick' Art Series
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Whilst Joe Bananas is most famous for finding inspiration in nature here on earth, for the Art Series, we also look to the celestial universe for its infinite illumination. We revere astronomy as one of the oldest natural sciences and the one which weaves a common thread between all of...
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$9,500.00
Whilst Joe Bananas is most famous for finding inspiration in nature here on earth, for the Art Series, we also look to the celestial universe for its infinite illumination. We revere astronomy as one of the oldest natural sciences and the one which weaves a common thread between all of...
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The 1965 science fiction novel Dune, by Frank Herbert, was bought to life by visionary, some say legendary director, David Lynch in 1984 as a 136 minute all-out-epic film. Possibly ahead of its time, as great films often are, the film underwhelmed its producers’ expectations and bombed at the box...
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In September 1967, John Lennon received a letter from a teacher working at his alma mater in Liverpool, Quarry Bank High School, explaining how the children in his class had been tasked to analyse and comprehend lyrics of Beatles’ songs. Although impressed, the fact also inspired Lennon to compose a...
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100% Silk 'Nana' Art Series
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Australia is home to over 1500 different species of native bees. Remarkably, many of the more common species of Australian Honey Bees do not possess a sting and somewhat ironically, the honey they do produce is not abundant nor agreeable to human taste for our consumption. They are however essential...
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Part of South Australia’s Limestone Coast, the Coonawarra wine region lies 380 km south of the state’s capital, Adelaide. While vineyards were planted as early as 1890, the 20th Century viticultural realisation of the regions’ famed terra rossa soils developed the region from a lesser know maker of fortified wines,...
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The Whitsundays are a chain of 74 individual islands spanning from the towns of Bowen in the north, to Proserpine in the south along the Queensland Coast of north-eastern Australia. The famous waterways which connects these islands, was charted and named by Captain James Cook aboard the historic HMS Endeavour...
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The Freycinet Peninsula, on Tasmania’s east coast is thought to have formed approximately 400 million years ago. The foundations of this spectacular scenery are two gigantic slabs of granite, connected by a narrow sandy isthmus of weathered broken-down granite. One of the most impressive and recognisable features of the Freycinet...
$6,800.00
Agate is a cryptocrystalline variety of silica, characterised by its fineness of grain and brightness of colour. Although agates may be found in various kinds of rock, they are classically associated with volcanic rocks and can be common in certain metamorphic rocks. Drawing its inspiration from the Australian Agate gemstone,...
$2,800.00
Barramundi is Australian English for Asian Sea Bass; a loanword from the language of Australian Aboriginal people, traditionally from the Rockhampton area of Queensland in north-eastern Australia. The Top End Barramundi specifically refers to the often oversized game fish of the same species in the harbour, rives and seas surrounding...
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Blue Tongue Lizards are a variety of the skink species of reptiles and can be found throughout Australia. By day, much like the Australian population, blue-tongues, as they are colloquially known, can be found laying about in the sun, unperturbed by the sun’s ultraviolet rays, which are in fact essential...
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 Mudstone is a type of mudrock, whose original constituents were clays or muds. With increased pressure over time, the clay minerals may become aligned, with the appearance of parallel layering. The 'Blue Mudstone' Raw Silk Jacket is a firm favourite amongst Joe Bananas followers. Distinguished and refined, the varying herringbone weave creates interesting patterns in the blue silk threads, catapulting this...
$3,800.00
A stringybark can be any of the many Eucalyptus species which have thick, fibrous bark. In exceptionally fertile locations some stringybark species can be very large, reaching over 80 metres in height. More typically, stringybarks are medium-sized trees in the 10 to 40 metre range. With the fibrous bark as inspiration, the 'Black & White Stringybark' Raw...
$2,800.00
Silk & Viscose Blend Pumice Stone Jacket Fabric #: 1490
$3,800.00
Uluru (Pitjantjatjara: Uluṟu), also known as Ayers Rock , is a large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory in central Australia. Uluru is sacred to the Pitjantjatjara Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area. The area around the formation is home to an abundance of springs, waterholes, rock...
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A stringybark can be any of the many Eucalyptus species which have thick, fibrous bark. In exceptionally fertile locations some stringybark species can be very large, reaching over 80 metres in height. More typically, stringybarks are medium-sized trees in the 10 to 40 metre range. With the fibrous bark as inspiration, the 'Stringybark' Raw Silk Jacket adopts...
$3,800.00
 The Australian paperbark tree (Melaleuca quinquenervia) is synonymous with the great Australian landscape. Aboriginal people used several different species of Melaleuca to make rafts, as roofing for shelter, bandages, and food preparation.  Its wonderfully soft and textured bark serves as the perfect inspiration for our 'Paperbark' Raw Silk Jacket. The rich, neutral tones make for a...
$4,800.00
Henley-on-Thames is a town on the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England, which is world-renowned for rowing. Each summer, the town hosts the famous Henley Royal Regatta, which is where we draw our inspiration for our 'Henley-on-Thames Paperbark' Raw Silk jacket.  Taking the vertical lines of the traditional blazer worn at the Henley Royal...
$280.00
Indi-go-go. So, go. Just go. You won't regret it.As part of the Joe Bananas signature linen collection, this shirt can be dressed up and worn with an open neck, or styled more casually and worn open as a shirt jacket. The 'Indigo' long-sleeve shirt uses a high-quality linen, which is both light and...
$1,250.00
Black Twill Linen Fabric #: 1335
$3,800.00
Nephrite jade in New Zealand is known as pounamu in the Māori language (often called "greenstone" in New Zealand English), and plays an important role in Māori culture. It is considered a taonga, or treasure, and is therefore protected under the Treaty of Waitangi.  Joe's passion for geology extended beyond Australian shores with...
$6,800.00
 Australian black opals are the most valuable and widely known type of opal. Black opal is characterised by a dark body tone which can range from dark grey to jet black. However this is not related to the rainbow of spectral colours present in the opal, which is what Joe...
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 Boulder Opal is unique to western Queensland, Australia. It is found attached to a host rock of ironstone, and occurs in deposits in weathered sedimentary Cretaceous rocks. The 'Boulder Opal' Raw Silk jacket is an opulent mix of the cool tones of the opal gemstone, using the blues and green...
$3,800.00
 Krill are small crustaceans found in all the world's oceans. The name krill comes from the Norwegian word krill, meaning "small fry of fish". Most krill species display large daily vertical migrations, thus providing food for predators near the surface at night and in deeper waters during the day. The...
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The English word "tartan" is most likely derived from the French tartarin meaning "Tartar cloth". It has also been suggested that "tartan" may be derived from modern Scottish Gaelic tarsainn, meaning "across".  For us, it is the symbol of the clan-ship of our Scottish ancestors.   The 'Sturrock Opal Tartan'...
$3,800.00
 Springtime in Sydney is magical: the weather is flirtatious perfection, the birds are singing, and the landscape is electric with explosions of floral blooms. One such bloom is the beloved Jacaranda, with its captivating purple flowers smattered across the landscape like the swipe of an artists' brush. Our 'Deep Jacaranda...
$3,800.00
The Hunter Valley is one of Australia’s best known wine regions. Located in the state of New South Wales, the region has played a pivotal role in the history of Australian wine as one of the first wine regions planted in the early 19th century. Hunter Valley Semillon is widely considered...
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The Blue Mountains is a mountainous region located in New South Wales, Australia, comprised of a range of mountains, plateaux and escarpments extending off the Great Dividing Range.  The name Blue Mountains was derived from the blue tinge the range takes on when viewed from a distance. The tinge is...
$2,800.00
Bernhardt Otto Holtermann (29 April 1838 – 29 April 1885) was a successful gold miner in Australia. Perhaps his greatest claim to fame is his association with the Holtermann Nugget, the largest gold specimen ever found, 1.5 meters (59 inches) long, weighing 286 kg (630 pounds), in Hill End, near...
$2,800.00
Fort Denison, part of Sydney Harbour National Park, is a former penal site and defensive facility occupying a small island located north-east of the Royal Botanic Gardens and approximately 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) east of the Opera House in Sydney Harbour. Once a 15-metre (49 ft) high or higher sandstone...
$2,800.00
The Simpson Desert is a large area of dry, red sandy plain and dunes in Northern Territory, South Australia and Queensland in central Australia. It is the fourth largest Australian desert, with an area of 176,500 km2 (68,100 sq mi) and is the world's largest sand dune desert, containing the...
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 The Blue Mountains is a mountainous region located in New South Wales, Australia, comprised of a range of mountains, plateaux and escarpments extending off the Great Dividing Range.  The name Blue Mountains was derived from the blue tinge the range takes on when viewed from a distance. The tinge is believed to be caused by Mie scattering which occurs when incoming...
$3,800.00
Morelia spilota, commonly referred to as carpet python and diamond pythons, is a large snake of the family Pythonidae found in Australia, New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago, and the northern Solomon Islands. Reaching between 2 and 4 m (6.6 and 13.1 ft) in length and weighing up to 15 kg (33 lb). The colouring is highly...
$3,800.00
Euphyllia glabrescens is a species of large-polyped stony coral belonging to the Caryophyllidae family. Its common name is the torch coral due to its long sweeper tentacles tipped with potent cnidocytes. It can be a number of colours, and is often bicolored with contrasting tentacles and polyp tips. With a great distribution of Torch...
$3,800.00
Lavandula (common name lavender) is a flowering plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is commonly hailed for its heavenly scent and calming qualities. The 'Tasmanian Lavender Head Bouclé' Raw Silk Jacket is inspired by this robust yet delicate flower. The purple-hued silk plays out against the contrasting black and...
$2,800.00
Sydney Harbour is an inlet of the Tasman Sea (part of the South Pacific Ocean). It is the location of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Many recreational events are based on or around the harbour itself particularly the Sydney New Year’s Eve celebrations and the starting point of the Sydney to Hobart...
$2,800.00
Mudstone is a type of mudrock, whose original constituents were clays or muds. With increased pressure over time, the clay minerals may become aligned, with the appearance of parallel layering. The 'Mudstone' Raw Silk Jacket has a contrasting blend of purple and golden silk threads, perfectly played out in a...

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