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That’s Amore Is Now Doing Cheese-Centric Brunches

Written for Broadsheet That’s Amore Cheese was founded in 2008. Owner Giorgio Linguanti, who moved to Australia in 2004, felt there was a shortage of proper Italian cheese available. Eleven years on, the company supplies some of Melbourne’s top restaurants and cafes (including Tonka, Bar Idda and the new Espy in St Kilda) – but dining at one of these spots isn’t … Continue reading That’s Amore Is Now Doing Cheese-Centric Brunches

ARTIST PROFILE: LOUISE VADASZ

Written for Art Edit Since graduating from the South Australian School of Art in 1985, the bones of Louise Vadasz’s extensive portfolio have come to rest on the dramatic landscapes and seascapes of the state’s nature-rich Southern Vales region. Although her practice draws from a long history of local contemporaries – who have been equally as inspired by the … Continue reading ARTIST PROFILE: LOUISE VADASZ

Now Open: Hibiki Does Japanese-Style Brunch in Camberwell

Written for Broadsheet A large part of the menu at Japanese-style brunch spot Hibiki is based on owner Reiji Honour’s mum’s cooking. “Still to this day I call randomly at lunchtime and be like, ‘Mum, how do I cook this chicken to perfection?’” he says, laughing. The okonomiyaki is one of those dishes. The cabbage … Continue reading Now Open: Hibiki Does Japanese-Style Brunch in Camberwell

Seven Sustainable Labels Making Swimwear From Recycled Ocean Rubbish

Written for Broadsheet Sustainability is well and truly in fashion. While a lot of clothing we buy is still made from hard-to-break-down synthetic fibres (including polyester, nylon, rayon and spandex), more and more designers are looking to sustainable alternatives that are gentle on the environment. And consumers have become more conscious about where their clothes … Continue reading Seven Sustainable Labels Making Swimwear From Recycled Ocean Rubbish

Now Open: Malaysia’s Beloved Go Noodle House Hits the CBD

Written for Broadsheet  On the corner of Exhibition and Little Bourke streets – on the cusp of Melbourne’s Chinatown – you’ll find an outpost of beloved Malaysian restaurant chain Go Noodle House. Owner Lawrence Lee jokes that Melbourne City Council should be thanking him. "I extended Chinatown for [them],” he says, laughing. “I’m just kidding, … Continue reading Now Open: Malaysia’s Beloved Go Noodle House Hits the CBD

Sydney Sales Wrap: Best of the Week, December 6, 2018

Written for Broadsheet Sydney Net-a-Porter Online Retail giant Net-a-Porter is offering up to 50 per cent off its huge collection of international designers right now. The bi-annual sale includes activewear, beachwear, bridal wear, coats, denim, dresses, leather, knitwear and more from labels such as Ellery, Miu Miu, Isabel Marant, Alexa Chung, Givenchy, Self-Portrait, Bassike, The Row, Balenciaga … Continue reading Sydney Sales Wrap: Best of the Week, December 6, 2018

Melbourne Sales Wrap: Best of the Week, December 6, 2018

Net-a-Porter Online This one’s huge, and it only happens twice a year. Net-a-Porter is one of the world’s top-tier destinations when it comes to luxury fashion, and right now the site is offering up to 50 per cent off a huge collection of international designers. The bi-annual sale includes activewear, beachwear, bridal, coats, denim, dresses, leather, knitwear … Continue reading Melbourne Sales Wrap: Best of the Week, December 6, 2018