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Mere Women 'Your Town' album launch with Gold Class and Chores Diecut
Girls on Film Festival presents 'Ponyo'
Deaf Wish 7" launch with Power, Tol, Drug Sweat
Black Market pop-up
Shortstop Coffee & Donuts
Shuggie's Sweet Revenge
Ryan Kenny prints
A mixtape by Miss Destiny
Paradise Pizza Party mix by Mark W Free
Nicholas Allbrook, 'Ganough, Wallis and Fatuna'
Notes From The Field
Robert Ashton, 'Into the Hollow Mountains - A Portrait of Fitzroy in 1974'
Doona changing method: The Burrito
Cheapskate's guide to Father's Day
(A pretty good) macrame plant hanger
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once and For All: How to use a semicolon, with David Astle
Once and For All: How to do a tumble turn, with Gary Simpson
Matthew Hurst and guests, 'The Casual Cyclist's Guide to Melbourne'
Oyster's 20th Anniversary 'Down Under' Issue
Ian McEwan, ‘The Children Act’
Craft Victoria Pop Up Shop
Monchereamie at Dagmar Rousset
Becoming a pod person in a Metronap Sleep Pod
Listening Party #1 with Beaches, Pikelet, and Gurner
'Welcome To Black Canyon' opening
Lavazza Italian Film Festival
What We Do in the Shadows
Craft Victoria Pop Up Shop
Jeez. 28 days, over 60 makers, ceramics, glass, jewellery, paper, timber, textiles. Craft Victoria really have taken the idea of the pop up to it's logic...
Monchereamie at Dagmar Rousset
Monchereamie are an enigmatic collective of fashion and design types who have banded together to create an online collection of carefully selected garments b...
Places like Found Sound are the reason eBay will never conquer the boutique, street-side music shop. I was in there chatting to owner Lewis Boyes about how i...
Saibu no Akuma
Translating roughly to 'devil in the details', Fitzroy's Saibu no Akuma (細部 の 悪魔) take Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's architecture principles of ...
Trophy Wife Salon
Trophy Wife Nail Art's Chelsea Bagan started out little, doing house calls for parties and hen's nights, and painting her own nails. Just last week s...
Kuwaii Flinders Lane
Kuwaii's flagship store has just opened in Flinders Lane's beloved Cathedral Arcade. It's hard to imagine a more appropriate location for their s...
The Good Copy
The Good Copy is good copy personified. Or at least made physical. Aside from being extremely skilled at schooling people on ways of writing well, The Good C...
The cycling lanes aren’t dominated by lycra-clad, upper-middle-class men anymore. Turns out it’s just cheaper (and often quicker) to commute on your bike the...
Footscray Community Bike Shed
A bike is pretty much the best present you can get. What else gives you a lifetime's worth of transport, exercise, independence and bunny hops? Right now...
Bitter Orca Guitar Works
Ryan Lamb is going to make my beat up old Epiphone Dot wail like it used to. I trust Ryan because he's a real deal guitar tech; one of those flannel-clad...
Known for geometric prints, neon colours and bold cuts, Melbourne-based label Limedrop was created with dreams of travel in mind. Clea Garrick is the woman b...
Lucky Buster Hair
Lucky Buster Hair is all pleasant smells, plants and beauty. At the helm of this hair paradise is the beautiful Sarah. Sarah started hairdressing at 15, mak...
For the last four or so years, Angie Orrego and Marcus Garafillis have been selling organic fresh fruit and veg out of their backyard in Brunswick East. They...
On entering Loose Leaf for the first time I was filled with the overwhelming feeling of wanting to stay. Everywhere I looked made me feel happy and every tim...
Claude Maus new store and sale
Claude Maus, those drapers quality fabrics and savvy sheerness, have just opened a new store on Chapel Street. They also happen to be discounting 30% off sel...
Soapranos Coin Laundrette
In case you didn't know, Soapranos in Collingwood is a coin laundrette whose business is providing machines in which you can wash and dry your dirty clot...
I'm not normally one for hyperbole but riding the lift of the Nicholas Building and stepping inside the door of dot.COMME's new physical space is kin...
The Standard Store
The Standard Store has, we hear, been doing some pretty good business for the past three or so years up in Sydders. So it's only natural (Neil Finn voice...
Centre for Style new space
After a reasonable hiatus and some serious spring cleaning, Centre for Style has reopened in a brand new space behind SLOPES gallery. The shop has re-emerged...
Schoolhouse Studios, expressions of interest now open
For two and half years Schoolhouse Studios gave creatives cheap rent, wild parties, strong vibes, left-feild workshops, a warped old basketball court and a f...
Chris Crouch is no stranger to the retail business. After having owned Polyester Records for over a decade, he took a hiatus and is now back in the game with...
Feel The Future
Renee Warne and Gibson Fox (the two we know from Billy Bride, in addition to - respectively - doing a million other things) have been feeling their way aroun...
Herr Blick Northcote
“Herr Blick ist kein preisgekrönter Salon.” sternly proclaims the landing page of the Herr Blick website. Floating below is the disembodied, leat...
NOW + 4EVA pop-up concept store
If you think about it, everything is a concept. This concept, however, has been heavily adhered to. Architecture in Helsinki just launched their new album, N...
Free shaves at Herr Blick
Calling out to the suave and unshaven: the boutique hair people at Herr Blick are offering free shaves with their hair cuts until Saturday March 29. Master L...
When I think of A.P.C. I think of red-lipped Parisian women at candle-lit dinner parties. I think of cigarettes on the balcony, male models chopping wood nex...
Dagmar Rousset Collingwood
There are some things in life that are so utterly entrancing they slip past your senses and lodge themselves firmly in your heart before you've even real...
Tom Farmer is a barber. He wasn't always a barber, though – he worked as a graphic designer until the GFC hit and made him ask, “Is this really mak...
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