Posts tagged Perth Blogger
The Hidden Sound

When Nadine, from MGVP, invited me to an intimate mystery gig in Fremantle featuring a secret artist, I could not refuse.

The hundred ticket holders would only find out the secret location the day before the event, and the artist would be revealed at the last minute on the night.

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Ellery Resort 2015

This month, we are celebrating Australian designers.

Following on from Zimmermann's Resort 2015 collection, Perth designer Kim Ellery brings out a strong Resort range of her own. Full of masculine lines, structured shapes and a largely monochromatic palette, this collection is very true to the Ellery label's effortless aesthetic.

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Blogger Breakfast at MANY 6160

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.

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Sportscraft 100 Years

Australian retailer Sportscraft celebrates their 100 year birthday this year. To commemorate this centenary milestone, Sportscraft has launched a limited edition "Iconic Collection".

The ten piece capsule is made up of timeless pieces including trench coat with leather trimblack and white pleated skirt and Liberty print silk shirt as well as men's staples. The collection has very limited production with each garment numbered.

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Rifle Paper Co. x Hygge & West

While I was searching for wallpaper for Mr. CK's bookcase project, I came across Rifle Paper Co. For a while, I got lost amongst the Garance Doré Collection stationerywrapping supplies and Royal Cocktail coasters. Then I stumbled upon their wallpaper collaboration with Hygge & West. Screen printed in Chicago, there are six styles in twenty-six colour-ways to choose from. Oh boy, so many choices!

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Colour Pop

Colours can do wonders for your mood. Bring them out on a cold winter's day and you'll immediately feel a spring in your step. I picked up this Jessie Hill swing coat years ago in Melbourne and although time has passed, it still has a place in my closet. Worn here with my T by Alexander Wang skirt and Rag & Bone Newbury pony hair boots, the coats adds a playful touch.

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The Pants Update: Jodhpurs

Originating from India in the 1890's, jodhpurs were initially designed for polo players, for ease of movement. In 1897, Queen Victoria, the Monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Empress of India, celebrated her Diamond Jubilee. For the celebrations, the Regent of Jodhpur, Sir Pratap Singh, travelled to England and took with him the Jodhpur Polo team.

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