Coronavirus disease COVID-19
We are heartbroken to hear about the severity of coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. We are taking necessary precautionary measures in response to the current news by the World Health Organization WHO that has declared COVID-19 as a pandemic.
Information below is derived from WHO and the Department of Health and Human Services of Vicoria, DHHS. Please take practical precautions to protect yourselves and your loved ones especially the elderly.
What is COVID-19?
Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). Click here to find out more.
How to protect yourself?
Information obtained from Mental Health Foundation Australia in accordance with the DHHS. Click here to find out what WHO has outlined and ensure that you do not follow myths circulating on the internet.
We ask that you stay informed of the latest information from these websites:
Please note the following:
Our current Business Operations:
Our business will continue to operate as normally and practise precautionary steps as recommended by WHO and DHHS. Our operations may be slightly disrupted if any of the following occurs:
We will also closely monitor the Australian Federal Government and Victorian State Minister further advice and instructions.
We primarily use Australia Post services. Click here to find out more if there's any service disruptions.
28th March 2020 update:
Australia Post has announced that there may be delays in international deliveries due to the flight restrictions between countries. Please contact us further if you prefer express shipping method for any of your orders.
Additionally, Australia Post has also announced that some local Post Offices are temporarily closed. Find out more about their domestic updates here.
As of today until further notice, we will not be conducting any private trunk shows in person. Private consultations are now done remotely online.
16th March 2020 update:
At this stage, we do not foresee any disruption to our existing orders and any orders in the near future.
It is business as usual with our artisans in Melbourne and in Singapore.
We will advise further via e-mail if there is any disruptions relating to your orders.