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ith an empire built on fashion inspired by exotic and diverse destinations, near constant travel has been a career reality for designer and artist Camilla Franks. From India to Italy, the creative has spent extended periods immersing herself in contrasting cultures that inform the opulent prints of her eponymous brand, Camilla. She was as bemused as anyone, then, when she found herself head over heels for a house in Sydney’s stately Woollahra, just minutes

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