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Ben Frost, My Disco and Luke Howard
Walter Van De Voode '(hume) sunrise'
Pizza Hut's new Vegemite stuffed crust pizza
Brown Bear Cafe
Bubble O'Bill print bike shorts
Sunday Ganim's blankets for adults
Twerps, 'Range Anxiety'
A YouTube playlist by SilentJay
A YouTube mixtape by Marlon Williams
Lou Hubbard, 'Dead Still Standing'
A YouTube playlist by Johann Rashid
Typography Summer School
Chips On Chips
DIY selfie stick
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
Maxine Beneba Clarke, 'Foreign Soil'
The Blackmail Offline issue #3
Kelly Link 'Get in Trouble'
BP (Bikes Please)
Lygon St Nursery Pop Up Store at Curtin House
Sugar Mountain 2015 Tops and Bottoms
MONA FOMA 2015 Tops and Bottoms
Grow It Local presents 'You Grow It, We Cook It'
Sugar Mountain 2015
Daydreams Opening Party
The Thousands Social Club x Appleton Estate rum party #2
The Theory of Everything
BP (Bikes Please)
The westerly blows your sweat-sodden locks around the hard plastic of your helmet, you squint down the length of the river and drive your legs hard, cranking...
Dust's underground location immediately evokes an archeological feel. Though theirs is a future-archeology beckoning visitors to stimulate the five sense...
Lygon St Nursery Pop Up Store at Curtin House
Plants are such a good gift option. They can be nice and neutral enough to give as an obligatory Kris Kringle type thing. Or, if you go to the trouble of mat...
The best places to buy cans before Meredith
Meredith. The one weekend of the year you can't cook on your camp stove, chill on your beanbag, or drink your ale from glass. But fret not. Thoughtful bo...
DUST store opening
New high-concept label and retail space DUST is opening on Saturday and wants to “engender a constant now”, which is an admirable ambition in the...
Plug Seven Pops Up on Smith St
Do you want an original pressing of Neil Young's Trans? His misunderstood masterpiece from 1983 when he had a bit of a midlife crisis and decided to soun...
Limedrop Loves Kinobi pop-up launch
Online fashion store, Kinobi (def: the amalgamation of function and beauty) are getting physical at Limedrop's Cathedral Arcade store.
Up until Christm...
COS store opening tomorrow
COS, H&M's cool older sister, is making its Australian debut tomorrow and opening the doors to its Melbourne store, which has been months in the maki...
The Fox Darkroom
Photo of brunch. Selfie. Sunset. Legs at beach/next to pool. Selfie. Latte art. Selfie. Text message conversation between friends. Aeroplane wing. Nail art. ...
Pieces 4 Places
Doesn't buying homewares make you feel like such an adult? La-de-dah look at me with my newly-acquired angora throw. Nobody needs to know that you woke u...
Pet Shop Girls open new store
The ever-formidable fashion legends over at Pet Shop Girls have again defied their brothers and moved (north) east from their previous home in Curtin Haus to...
Verner flagship store
We need not introduce you to Ingrid Verner. She's been making the clothes you've been seeing on bodies around town for the past few years (and former...
John Yuyi swimsuits at RBK online
Is your life lacking in appropriate weirdness? Well, friends, your life will be boring no longer after you track the progress of Melbourne-based online store...
Sunday Morning Designs pop-up shop
We've all been stuck in a David Jones on Christmas Eve, questioning everything we know and love, leaving with impulse purchases, a disdain for consumeris...
Kajsa and Kate, brains behind local label APOM (A Part of Me), have spent the last couple of years designing some pretty sweet threads. Over time, a selectio...
One Night Stand pop-up
The peeps at One Night Stand's sleepwear won't stop sassin' us with all their Donut Disturbs and banana socks. They've got a one-week-only po...
Koncent is the first Australian incarnation of the Japanese boutique store of the same name. It sells some really nice homewares and some beautifully designe...
Crisp graphics, surreal product photos and pitch-perfect pastels aren't the only things PITCH are known for. Since Christie Morgan launched the online zi...
I first met Julia Busittil Nishimura in the middle of a Tokyo typhoon in 2012. We had mutual friends so we arranged a karaoke date, as you do. After a miscom...
Bassike Rankins Lane
Fresh white walls, polished floorboards, arched fireplace, big soft circular rug, casually draped sheepskins, artfully placed pot plants, coffee tables so lo...
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...
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