We're half way through the year already! It's been a chilly winter but July will keep you occupied with all of the events on offer in Perth!Read More
Fremantle won me over from the get-go. I fell in love with the community vibe and their support for everything local.
A great example of the Fremantle way of life is Many 6160. Converted from the old Myer building, the 20,000 m2 space now houses over 50 retailers, ranging from hats and soap to art and creative workshops. The concept of Many revolves around community, a very supportive one at that.Read More
Tucked away in a converted warehouse in Fremantle, Bread in Common is fast becoming a favourite spot to dine in Perth. Owner Nic Trimboli, of Gordon Street Garage, E'cucina, Balthazar, one half of Il Lido and Duende, along with his partner, baker Gotthard Bauer from the famous Yallingup Woodfired Bakery, certainly know what makes a great eatery. It is all about the enjoyment of food and company at Bread in Common.Read More
When you purchase a garment, do you ever wonder where, how and who made it?Read More
Read about MANY6160 here...Read More
A simple outfit, before the rain set in...Read More
Passing this black and white wall in Fremantle on the weekend, I couldn't resist taking a few outfit snaps, seeing as though I had dressed to match it!
The black and white trend can be seen all over the place. It is so easy to adopt that you'll probably find yourself wearing these two colours without even noticing....and perhaps even gravitating towards a black and white wall like me!Read More
On Sunday I stumbled upon the community bike workshop Dismantle, a not for profit organisation in Fremantle, housed in among two shipping containers in Esplanade Park. When I lived in Paris and New York, I experienced a life where bicycles are an important mode of transport. Arriving home in Australia, I was struck by how much we rely on cars to get from A to B.Read More