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LIZZY LOVE–– AG E N CY: F I N E S S E M O D E LS F I N E S S E M O D E LS.C O M
I started modelling… When I was around 14. I entered the Girlfriend Rimmel competition and got into the top 8 in the country. I later got discovered by Finesse Models Australia at their Finesse International Model Casting in 2013.
WELCOME TO THE VILLAGE:
SCANLAN THEODORE It’s been a couple of months of exciting fashion
pining for that Angora cape we missed out on
news for Adelaide and it doesn’t look like it’s
I would describe my style as… I don’t really know what my style is specifically. It always depends on what the weather is like and what’s clean, really. The best thing about modelling is… getting the opportunity to meet new and interesting people.
about to stop. We would like to welcome one of our favourite Australian labels, Scanlan Theodore
While we’re already with familiar with the brand
to Burnside Village, where fashion lives.
here in Adelaide thanks to their Unley store, it’s always nice to have another store for easy access
A mixture of statement pieces and luxe
– especially when it’s nestled among all the other
wardrobe staples, Scanlan Theodore offers
great stores in the village as well. Pop in and see
the modern woman everything from work
what they have on offer for Spring 2015.
wear – that will take you from day to night – to beautifully crafted event pieces. (We’re still
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My favourite place to eat in Adelaide is… Cafe Komodo on Prospect Road because the satay sauce on their chicken burgers is amazing. I’m listening to… Lots of Blur. I can’t live without… Cool shoes.
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Grab a mallet and meet your friends for a
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THE CYBER AGE
t’s always incredible to see Adelaide talent taking off and being appreciated around
the world. Stacey Hendrickson, brainchild behind Adelaide-based label casper&pearl,
knows just what this feels like after showcasing in the New Generation section at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia this year and dressing the likes of ultimate syle-icon Margaret Zhang. Stacey
tell people I wanted to work in fashion while I was
also co-owns modelling agency AZALEA Models.
at school, they would tell me I would have to move
We caught up with her before the release of
interstate as there aren't many job opportunities
Casper&pearl's new collection, CYBER.
in Adelaide. I could never imagine myself working for someone else anyway so it was kind of a no brainer!
First of all, congratulations on Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and just the crazy good year you’ve had in general. How are you feeling at the
Where did inspiration come from for CYBER?
I am always inspired by romance and love stories,
Aw thank you! I’m feeling pretty happy with where
but I’m also really inspired by the futurism of
we are at the moment, with the brand and with the
today and how much technology can make a difference in our lives. So many people are finding
sister company, AZALEA Models. It’s all grown very organically but very quickly at the same time, and
It must be so overwhelming to be juggling
love online, or connecting with people that share
it’s also a lot of fun!
designing as well as looking after a modelling
similar interests all the way across the country or
agency at 23, how do you find the right balance?
the world. People are finding jobs or becoming
I still remember you showing one of your earlier
I started AZALEA Models with my mum, Anne.
overnight celebrities. With AZALEA I’m scouting
collections in the Emerging Designers showcase
So luckily I have her helping with a lot of the
girls all the time over Instagram in places that I’ve
at the Adelaide Fashion Festival a couple of years
administration and logistics of both companies,
never even been before. This range tells a story of
ago; how has life changed since then?
which leaves me a lot more time to focus on the
a girl talking to her crush over the web back when
Oh geez, that feel’s like 20 years ago. Yes,
creative aspects and the areas I love.
chat rooms and forums first became a thing in the early 2000s.
I showcased as an emerging brand at AFF in 2013; since then, we showcased as an emerging
Did you ever imagine this kind of success when
brand at the same festival in 2014. We have also
you were starting out?
How would you describe casper&pearl to
dressed some amazing bloggers and celebrities
Yes and no; I guess you never know if people are
someone who isn’t familiar with the label?
like Margaret Zhang and Becca Tobin. You can now
going to like what you are doing, but you always
Fun, bright, quirky and unashamedly feminine.
find casper&pearl on Urban Outfitters, and in some
dream that they will! Where is the label going to be in five years?
amazing independent stores in countries like the US, New Zealand, Canada, China, the Dominican
What would you be doing if you weren’t
Maybe ask me in five years. I never know, I just
Republic and the United Arab Emirates, as well as
designing? Or was it always the dream?
take it day by day.
here in our home town of Adelaide, of course. Our
It was always my dream to make things and to be
biggest accomplishment yet though was definitely
my own boss; I love fashion design, but I also love
showcasing in the New Generation Award at
painting, graphic design and textile design. Luckily
casper&pearl ties in all of my passions. When I’d
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IT’S REIGNING DREAMERS AND DANCERS
BY PAIGE KERIN
THE NEW ORIGINAL Few have the courage to push the fashion boundaries, when trend following seems to be the norm. From
For anyone that feels an outfit is only complete with a
Bali to Adelaide, Georgina has taken
beautiful piece of jewellery, Of Dreamers and Dancers’
quite the creative journey to return
premier collection ‘Night Reign’ will have something for you.
home again with her sports luxe label
The luxury accessory label with Rebecca Minervini at the
Lasskaa. She started out designing
helm as Creative Director has a range of statement pieces
footwear, but eventually started to
and fine jewellery with a dreamy bohemian aesthetic. “Of
turn her creative inspiration into a
Dreamers and Dancers is a brand that revolves around an
fashion line. “I wanted to create a line
affection for life, love and travel,” says Rebecca.
for girls who shop a lot, but still keep it
Using a range of semi-precious stones including onyx,
affordable”, said Georgina. To do this,
turquoise and agate and fine brass pieces plated in nine
her line is predominantly made out of
carat yellow gold, nine carat rose gold or rhodium, the
more affordable fabrics; nylon, lycra,
collection suits everyday wear but can be the perfect formal
parachute and the like. Her online store
touch. Based in Adelaide, the label only recently launched
only launched in August 2014 and has
and is already selling fast online. Shop the collection of rings,
already had global reach. Check it out
necklaces, bracelets and earrings online, and very soon in
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did she come up with that effortlessly stylish handwriting style? “Just that – my handwriting! There’s something so unique and irreplaceable about using handwriting instead of a generic font”, says Emma. “It’s more real, relatable and tells a story more than a font does.” Emma also happens to be quite the Instagram sensation (@emmakateco), documenting her café-office life with stunning photography and typography.
Emma Kate Codrington found inspiration in her travel experiences from Istanbul to Amsterdam,
You can shop the collection on her website, and
and everywhere in between, to create her
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signature collection of stationery and prints
collection of jewellery.
suitably named ‘Wild Hearts’. After returning home, Emma found her place in the Adelaide creative community and sought an outlet for her wanderlust-soaked memories. “As an Adelaide-based creative, I feel very supported by the community and fostering of local talent,” she says. To add to the quality of her collection, Emma uses an SA printer and recycled paper stock. The collection has a range of inspiring prints, notebooks, gift tags and gift wrap her
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signature brush-stroke handwriting style. How
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INTO THE WOODS
BY TAMMY TU
Chances are that you’re already quite familiar with Jaimie Sortino. The Adelaide couturier has been on the fashion scene for years but shows no sign of slowing down. Now he is set to release his latest collection, ‘The Woodland Lights’. The collection pays homage to our very own Adelaide Hills. Having grown up in the area, it only seems natural for him to incorporate something so familiar and beautiful into his work.
creating this collection, and I think that is represented in the shoot as well,” Jaimie
“The collection is inspired by the sunsets of the
Sortino says of the campaign shot by
Adelaide Hills,” the designer explains. “I also drew
photographer Elisa Mercurio.
inspiration from the local woodlands around my area.” So think: the dusty roses of a beautiful sunset
After a whirlwind year of dressing the
as well as the midnight blue that the sun fades into.
likes of Delta Goodrem – he created the
Add into that pops of ivory and silver.
amazing skirt in her new music video
This ethereal colour palette is reflected in the
Wings – right through to Real Housewives
10-piece collection which was all hand crafted
of Melbourne’s Jackie Gillies, it’s nice to
by the designer himself – and included many
see that Jaimie has gone back to his roots and
painstaking hours of beading and embellishment
designed a collection based on something so
to create an allusion to tree branches against the
stunning and close to home.
night sky and stars. “There was something very organic and raw about
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on to exhibit her incredible oil paintings across Australia. She has since received the SALA Festival Award as well as the Pleysier Perkins Acquisitive Art Prize after exhibiting her work at the Flinders Lane Gallery in Melbourne. In 2015, Rebecca joined a who’s who line up of Australian artists selected as finalists in the Archibald Prize at the
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By now, you’re probably aware that Adelaide is the hub for young creatives. We seem to be
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Describe SIG the label in three words. Effortless. Bold. Relaxed. Where did inspiration for your designs come from?
The last time Clique Mag hung out with Kate Anderson, she was head designer at the ever-popular Finders Keepers the Label and she had just been awarded the Fun Fearless Female Fashion Designer of the Year Award.
n the past year, she’s taken the fun and
A little bit from here and there. After working in such fast fashion for years you learn what works and what doesn’t. I think fashion has changed a lot in the last few years and there has been a huge shift to practicality and comfort. My inspiration
but basically getting the best of both worlds.
comes from designing items that I want to wear day-to-day but making sure they still have that
fearless factor on board and turned her life upside down by taking the huge step
What’s the story behind the name ‘So It Goes’?
fashion edge. Coming from a styling background, I
of going out on her own. Caught up with
‘So It Goes’ is pretty much my life mantra. I believe
also tend to gravitate to street style for inspiration.
her to chat about the ins and outs of starting her
everything happens for a reason and these days you
own label, So It Goes, as well as all the huge things
have to be adaptable to anything – especially big
Who is the ideal SIG woman?
she’s been doing since.
changes and knowing that sometimes things are out
The SIG woman is fashion forward but takes a more
of your control. So It Goes means moving, changing
casual approach to day-to-day dressing. She wants
What have you been up to since
and getting on with it. It was such a perfect name
to look on-trend but also be comfortable. She is
the last time we spoke?
and really describes the vision for the brand.
happy to spend a bit extra on staple pieces and build her wardrobe around that. Getting the basics
I’ve really hit the ground running since we last spoke, I can’t believe how fast this year has flown.
What is the pressure like going out on your own
I’m designing my own label, SIG, and I’ve also just
and starting your own label?
started working with Sydney-based label WISH. I’m
There is always pressure – I think if anything, you
What is next for SIG?
also continuing as Ambassador for Endometriosis
put more pressure on yourself than anyone else.
I would love to eventually sell my designs in the
Australia and have a few collaborations in the
I’m definitely my own harshest critic. There is
US and UK, and see SIG on a few celebs as well.
always that worry of putting yourself out there and
I would like to keep collaborating with other
people not liking your designs. I just try to produce
creatives, I enjoy being around and working with
Wow! Congratulations on your label WISH.
what I love to wear and hope that it translates to
like minded people.
What are you going to be doing for them?
what other people love to wear as well. I like to
I’m designing a new casualwear portion of their
remember what a friend of mine always said: “if
brand. I’m really lucky; they are a really amazing
you’re not nervous then you should quit because
company. I’m still actually working from Adelaide
it means you don’t care." As a creative you have
and flying over fortnightly to be in the office with
to put your heart and soul into everything you do.
them. So I’m still only a part-time Sydney resident
You should never stop caring.
right in any wardrobe should be the starting point.
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INCOMING AT MYER ADELAIDE
NEWS BY TAMMY TU
As if there wasn’t enough reason to visit the range of stores on offer at the Myer Centre, we now have even more incentive to come in and shop. Myer has just introduced Seed, Clavin Klein footware, Jack Jones and French Connection to the brands available in their Adelaide store.
FIND YOUR STYLE AT RUNDLE PLACE Since its redevelopment, Rundle Place has come to be a shopping haven in Rundle Mall, with some of our favorite stores including Witchery, Kookai, Country Road, Novo, Napoleon Perdis and Ted Baker. Add to that Harris Scarfe, the Apple Store and a massive food court, and you can just about spend a whole day there. From September 14 until October 4, you can book a free one-hour styling session in the Rundle Place Style Lounge with a member of The Style Collective. This fashion dream team, made up of stylists including Markus Hamence, Tiffany Hill and Cimon Vozzo, will take you on a guided shopping tour of Rundle Place, tailored to your individual style (and, importantly, budget). One member of The Style Collective, Kate Bowden, has had over 10 years' experience
Seed has just added a female clothing concession on Level 1 along with French Connection’s womenswear line. Don’t worry guys, they haven’t forgotten about you either with the French Connection men’s range on show on level 3. And if you’re shopping for the whole family in one go,
did you know that Seed also has a children’s line? The ridiculously cute range for tiny humans is
1. Long loose layers. Women can tend to be afraid to wear anything that’s not completely form-fitting because doing so is habitual, but it’s fresh and contemporary to layer one of this season’s long-line waistcoats (one of my favorites is a tan suede one from Country Road) over a wideleg pant or a-line calf-length skirt has the added effect of making you appear taller. 2. Get some khaki into your wardrobe. It’s this season’s ‘gotta have it’ colour. In fact, go crazy with it. I always feel really strong in it, too – must be that military influence.
now also available at Myer. While these are already familiar brands, there is nothing better than being able to access all your favourites in one stop. There’s no excuse not to stop in and shop.
3. There’s nothing that will turn heads faster than white on white. An all-white outfit just enchants the eye for some reason. But keep it safe by opting for relaxed-fit items, and here’s another styling tip: watch where you sit and consider choosing something other than the bolognese for lunch!
lending her creative touch to styling and creative direction projects both here and overseas for magazines, look books and advertising. We got Kate’s top 3 style tips for Spring/Summer 2015.
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SPORTS JOURNALIST? Poppy Radbone
Describe your job to a six-year-old. I type sports stories on my computer for people to read in the newspaper and on a website. What do you enjoy most about your job? I like listening to and telling sportspeople’s stories, especially quirky ones. Whether it’s a local cricketer who is still wicketkeeping at age 74, SA's top male and female darts players who just happen to be husband and wife, or someone far more famous, such as former US basketball star/Madonna's ex Dennis Rodman, I've had the chance to chat to and profile some cool folks.
At only 18, Adelaide young gun Poppy
Radbone has found herself with a cult
Typical work day?
following on Instagram and her blog.
Every day is different but it’s usually a combination of generating
Showcasing the latest in fashion and proving
story ideas, interviewing people, writing articles, breaking news and
that age is no barrier to having your own distinct style,
sub-editing match reports with some reporting on live sport mixed in.
it was only natural that she move into the world of
fashion design. 2015 has seen the release of her label's
What was your first ever job?
collection, 'It’s Poppy'.
Customer service assistant at Go-Lo – where dreams are made.
Having started blogging at the ripe age of 14 on Tumblr, the change in
What would you be doing if you weren’t a sports journalist?
social media landscape meant a move to Instagram. After receiving a
Probably working somewhere else in the media, teaching English
great response from her followers, a blog was naturally the next step.
at a high school, studying the origin of words/phrases (to discover things like whether the woman the lazy Susan was named after was
“My love of blogging slowly grew into an interest to design,” says
indeed lazy and who the original Larry from the saying “happy as
Poppy. “I was inspired by my own wardrobe – I’m the biggest culprit
Larry” was) or watching Curb Your Enthusiasm boxsets during a stint
of wearing black, whites, greys and nudes – and this is reflected in
my latest designs.” The collection is a great range of basics that are
easily incorporated into everyday wear, but can also be dressed up for
Who would you get to play you in a movie?
Joaquin Phoenix for present-day scenes, John Candy (if he were alive) for completely-let-myself-go-in-my-50s scenes, Bill Murray for
When asked what’s next for the label and herself, Poppy says for now
edging-towards-retirement scenes and Walter Matthau (if he were
she wants to focus on blogging and connecting with her audience.
alive) for cynical-old-schmuck scenes.
There are plans to launch a second collection but she says, “this will
have to wait until I finish year 12, of course.” A shocking reminder that
What song gets you going in the morning?
creatives start very young these days.
Right now, either Viet Cong’s Continental Shelf, Built to Spill’s
Distopian Dream Girl or Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin’s Full Possession of All Her Powers. CHECK OUT HER DESIGNS AT ITSPOPPY.COM.AU @POPPYRADBONE_
Favourite lunch spot? Kutchi Deli Parwana or Bambi’s Kitchen.
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A NIGHT O F FA S H I O N AT T H E A R T GALLERY This October marks the return of Honda Presents A Night of Fashion at the Art Gallery to its home at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Presented by Clique Mag, the event is a marriage of art and fashion – ringing especially true this year as we present beautiful fashion alongside local artists and creatives.
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For the first time ever, the event will be held as a part of the revamped 2015 Adelaide Fashion Festival. The first three A Night of Fashion events have sold out and it looks as though this year’s event is set to do the same. Get your tickets now before it is too late.
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HONDA Honda Australia is proud to continue its association with A Night Of Fashion as Naming Rights Sponsor for the fourth year in a row. 2015 has been an exciting year for Honda, with the launch of a new SUV, the fashionable Honda HR-V. A compact SUV that wants to take you places, the Honda HR-V features everything from a seven inch colour touch screen Display Audio system, to a multi-angle rear view camera, unique Magic Seats and more. Compact in size, the Honda HR-V is enormous in style. Complete with elegant Daytime Running Lights, the Honda HR-V’s coupe-like exterior design features hidden rear door handles and a shark fin antenna to create a car that’s bound to turn heads. Inside, the Honda HR-V is sophisticated and smart. Featuring leather-appointed interior trim and intricate lighting technology that gives the dash a delicate ambient glow. While the cockpit is shaped for elevated ride height and greater visibility, the added genius of Honda’s Magic Seats turn this compact SUV into a spacious cargo-carrier with ample headspace and legroom. Partner the sleek design with gutsy power and you will cruise the highroads and navigate the city streets in luxury. Safety is paramount in the HR-V and with Honda’s sophisticated City Brake Active System and multi-angle rear view camera, you can cruise city streets or country roads smoothly and safely. Whether it be near, far or somewhere far-fetched, the Honda HR-V is made for wherever you’re going. .
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Guests will be treated to an array of sweets from our friends at Cotto Espresso. If you’re not after a cocktail, enjoy the lovely night with a delicious caffeinated concoction of your choice. COTTO.COM.AU
THE COLLINS B A R C O C K TA I L The event will see the return of The Collins Pop-Up Bar to serve a specially curated selection of their premium cocktails. The Collins Bar, located on Victoria Square, is known for their extended cocktail menu ranging from all the classics to their special monthly collections. Their current collection was designed exclusively Adelaide Fashion Festival cocktail collection named after our favourite designers. THECOLLINS.COM.AU
Local artist and major talent Lisa King has been involved with A Night of Fashion in the past, creating for us some stunning exclusive artwork. 2015 marks her return to A Night of Fashion with a series of amazing model portraits which will be displayed on the night.
VA L E A L E BREWERY & FOX CREEK WINES Fox Creek will once again be providing guests with the best selections of red, white and sparkling from the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula. For those of you who love beer, we haven’t forgotten you either. We’re welcoming back the much-loved Vale brewing who will be supplying their signature Vale Ale.
PA O L O SEBASTIAN COLLAB X ACANTHUS F LO W E R S Even though Paul has his own sold-out shows in the Festival, we were lucky enough to have him design an exclusive Paolo Sebastian dress for A Night of Fashion. The creation will be adorned by beautiful flowers from Acanthus and the finished masterpiece will be an installation on the night, a true marriage of art and fashion.
FROM THE ROAD TO THE RUNWAY
Whether it’s chaotic city streets, wild weekends away or front row at fashion shows, the HR-V is made for wherever you’re going. Which is why Honda proudly presents A Night Of Fashion at the Art Gallery with Clique Magazine. Book a test drive at honda.com.au/hrv or contact your local Dealer. DAVE POTTER HONDA 141 Brighton Road, Glenelg 8294 3444 FORMULA HONDA 754 North East Road, Modbury 8265 9555 NORDIC HONDA 385 Glen Osmond Road, Glen Osmond 8229 2355 LYNAS VALLEY HONDA 30 Murray Street, Tanunda 8563 2045 CARLIN & GAZZARD HONDA 116-138 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier 8723 8888
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FAS H ION Adelaide models from Pride and Finesse will take to a stunning 80 metre runway to showcase the latest collections from premium designers. This year we welcome back Carla Zampatti and Bianca Spender alongside Adelaide’s own TY-LR and Acler. For the first time ever, we will also be showcasing men’s collections from Calibre, Rhodes & Beckett, Aquilla shoes and Jack London.
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HAIR The 2015 Australian Hairstylist of the Year, Damien Rinaldo from Boris the Cuttery, is returning to lead the hair styling team for ANOF. He has centred this year’s runway look around sleek and chic high fashion. He, along with a team of Adelaide’s best hair stylists from Orbe and Mabe, will be creating the look with Cloud Nine tools and Evo products.
MAKE UP Joining our talented hair stylists to complete this year’s runway look will be the team from Media Makeup. Using Make Up For Ever products, this year’s look will focus on beautiful clean skin and a pop of bright colour on the lips. M E D I A M A K E U P. C O M MAKEUPFOREVER.COM.AU
TH E FACE Joining the ranks of past amazing ANOF faces is Emma Macgowan from Pride Models. Ever since she graced the cover of our last summer edition, we’ve been obsessed with that striking face and just couldn’t resist having her as the face of this event as well as on the runway come October.
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A D E L A I D E FA S H I O N F E S T I VA L BY TAMMY TU / PHOTOS BY GEORGES ANTONI
If there’s anything we’ve become accustomed to here in Adelaide over the past few years, it's change. New bars and new restaurants are opening every week and it’s creating a whole new name for our state. It only seems natural that our constantly growing fashion scene becomes a part of this crucial change as well, with a completely revamped 2015 Adelaide Fashion Festival, proudly presented by Mercedes-Benz Adelaide.
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hile traditionally held in its original birthplace of the City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters, Adelaide’s
premier fashion event is making the move to its new home in Hindmarsh Square where it will run over four days from October 22 to October 25. “The Adelaide Fashion Festival will showcase South Australia’s growing local fashion industry with the opportunity for design houses to show their works on the international and national stage,” says Premier Jay Weatherill. “Renowned designers are working tirelessly to prepare for the Festival with many producing new collections to showcase exclusively at the event.” An astounding 22 local designers will be showcasing in the festival this year – including all your former festival favourites as well as some of the newer kids on the block. Think Liza Emanuele, Alexis George, Couture+Love+Madness right through to Australian Fashion Label’s brand new label TY-LR as well as young guns such as casper&pearl and Simmone Standing the Label. The program ranges from solo runways and presentations to collaborative shows as well as a stunning event at the Art Gallery of South Australia A Night of Fashion. Supporting emerging designers will continue to be a priority for 2015. Our state's fashion industry is continually growing and the amount of young
creatives in the field is incredible. What better way to acknowledge this than the introduction of the Premier’s Design Award? It will be aimed at final-year fashion students at TAFE SA who will be able to show off their talent and compete for a chance to work with industry legends like Chris
DAY 1 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22
DAY 3 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24
Ready-to-wear Runway (12pm–3pm)
Couture Culture Show (2pm)
Sally Phillips Runway (6.30pm)
Honda Presents: A Night of Fashion at the Art Gallery (8pm–11.30pm)
Kontos (head designer of TY-LR), Paul Vasileff of Paolo Sebastian and designers Sally Phillips, Liza Emanuele and Tiff Manuel. It’s not just our fashion people that are benefitting from this new era of the Festival either – it’s also about celebrating everything South Australian: hairstylists, makeup artists, photographers, art, food and, of course, wine. With a promise from the State Government to invest $2 million over the next four years of the
Liza Emanuele Runway (8.30pm)
DAY 2 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23
DAY 4 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25
Variety on King William (12pm–3.30pm)
Norwood Place Parades (11am–5pm)
Lexi Runway (6.30pm–8pm)
Paolo Sebastian 2016 Autumn/Winter Collection (6pm and 8pm)
Adelaide Fashion Festival, the event will continue to expand the State’s flourishing fashion industry as well as showcase our local designers on an
Australian Fashion Labels Runway (8.30pm)
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BY TAMMY TU
1. Shirt – Denim Saba Burnside Village
7. Pants – Saba Rundle Street
2. Sweatshirt – A.P.C.
8. T-shirt – Country Road Rundle Place
3. Bag – Want Les Essentials De La Vie Mrporter.com
9. Jacket – French Connection Burnside Village
4. Hair Product - Evo moulding paste
10. Fragrance – Byredo Mister Marvelous
5. Watch – Marc by Marc Jacobs from Atomic Watch + Style
11. Sneakers – Reebok X Kendrick Lamar
6. Socks – Jack London Rundle Street
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1. Hat – 66 The Label
7. Sunglasses – Celine Shades Rundle Street
2. Clutch – Country Road Rundle Place
8. Sandal – Witchery Rundle Place
3. Trench Coat – Maurie and Eve
9. Shirt – Acler
4. Top – Seed Burnside Village
10. Lipstick – Tom Ford Vanilla Suede
5. Necklace – Country Road Rundle Place
11. Pants – Saba Rundle Street
6. Fragrance – Le Labo Jasmin 17
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We all know spring is about lighter colours but if that’s not your thing, ease into it by adding some light blue chambray into the mix as well as some nautical stripes that goes beyond the usual blue and navy. Swap out your wintery deep brown accessories for a lighter tan ones and you’re good to go
This spring at Burnside Village, clean lines and classic wardrobe staples for the warmer weather are in. What better way to shake off the cold than straying away from the basic black on black look and instead embracing some softer, neutral tones. Think silk trenches and soft chambray, mixed in with gorgeous tan accessories – it is all about keeping it light.
1. Chambray Shirt From Witchery Man 2. Sunglasses from Oxford 3. Scarf from Saba 4. Long Sleeved Tee From Witchery Man 5. Tan Belt From Rodd And Gunn 6. Moroccan Neroli Shaving Serum From Aesop 7. Twill Chino From French Connection 8. Backpack from French Connection 9. Hat from French Connection 10. Aviator Bomber Jacket From French Connection 11. Polo from French Connection 12. Driving Shoes From Calibre
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1. 2. 1. Clearly Corrective Perfector From Kiehls 2. Bag Scanlan from Theodore 3. Top from Zara 4. Floppy Hat From Husk 5. Trench from Witchery 6. Nars Audacious Lipstick From Mecca Cosmetica 7. Shoe from Scanlan Theodore 8. Belt from Veronika Main 9. Crop Jeans Saba 10. Earring from Witchery
HER Embrace a lighter and white wardrobe come the warmer weather. Neautral accessories and a soft nude lip will keep it soft but still chic this Spring. Trade in your darker denim for a white if you dare and pair it with a luxe silk trench which will keep you going through the cooler nights.
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MY FLOWER SHOP Spring is in the air and there’s nothing quite like a bunch of blooms to light up your day. These budding beauties let us into their shops and gave us some flower tips for springtime.
The Tenth Meadow CBD office and Adelaide Hills studio (by appointment only)
BY ANNA MAZZONE / PHOTOS BY ANDRE CASTELLUCCI
[ S e r v i c e s ] Nature-inspired floral designs
for special events and weddings, specialising in botanical/ floral styling for editorial, fashion and advertising campaigns.
[ F l o w e r t i p ] Support our Australian flower growers and ask your florist about what is in season and grown nearby – seasonal flowers tend to last longer, smell better and have less chemical spray.
[ S p r i n g p i c k ]
Rambling roses and huge blossom branches.
The Flower Hutt
199a Hutt Street, Adelaide
81 Onkaparinga Valley Road, Balhannah (pop-up shop Fridays - Leigh Sreet)
[ S e r v i c e s ] Fresh-cut bunches and plants to go! [ S p r i n g p i c k ] Sweetpeas – love a bunch
on my bedside table. [ F l o w e r t i p ] Drop a tiny amount of bleach in a vase of sunflowers – this will keep the stems and your vase clean from mould and smelliness.
styling, everyday bunches for pick-up and delivery, botanical installation, floral crown parties and posy parties for children.
for the hydrangea. If the flower head is looking limp submerge the head in a bath of cold water for 15 – 30 minutes and once taken out, re-cut the stem and pop back into vase.
[ S p r i n g p i c k ] Guelder Rose
[ S e r v i c e s ] Wedding florals, workshops, event
[ F l o w e r t i p ] One of my favourite tips is caring
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Louise Woodhouse Flowers
Love In The Mist
Shop 7 Adelaide Arcade, Rundle Mall
By appointment only
plants available in store, online and for delivery. We also provide floral design service for weddings, sympathy, event and corporate clients.
Buy from a reputable source, cut stems regularly and keep water fresh. [Follow]
[ S p r i n g p i c k ]
Lilacs, ranunculus and guelder rose all together in one big juicy bunch.
Weddings, events, bunch delivery, floral styling, corporate. [ S p r i n g p i c k ] Blossom.
[ F l o w e r t i p ] Use a sharp knife to shave off a few inches of outer bark from the end of woody stems to allow them to drink more efficiently in water.
Little Love Co
363 Glen Osmond Road, Glen Osmond
2 Ann St, Stepney (by appointment only)
[ S e r v i c e s ] Wedding and event studio,
day to day flowers and coming soon, floristry school! [ S p r i n g p i c k ] Tree peony. [ F l o w e r t i p ] Always order seasonally –
you get the best of what is available!
[ S e r v i c e s ] Unique, garden-picked flowers,
[ F l o w e r t i p ] It doesn't have to be a big bunch of
wholesale foliage, deliveries, weddings, workshops.
something to be beautiful. Smaller delicate bouquets or a few incredible blooms can have just as much impact.
[ S p r i n g p i c k ] Nothing beats the smell of spring's first budding jasmine. In late spring, it's David Austin roses for their delicate scent and billowing romantic petals.
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[ S e r v i c e s ] Bouquets, fresh-cut flowers and indoor
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PROFILE BY ANNA MAZZONE / PHOTOS BY JONATHAN VDK
FRUZSI KENEZ Fruzsi Kenez is going against the grain and taking her work back into a real-life shop, where she can meet her customers face-toface as they peruse her paintings, prints and ceramics. We chatted about going offline, her studio workshops and fruity name.
has been really organic. Now my illustration work
spent alone in the studio, others at Brick+Mortar
in the form of paintings, prints and quirky cards
liaising with clients and running workshops. The
goes hand in hand with my ceramic practice.
quiet days allow me to recharge, reflect and get
inspired, and the busy days get me excited to
ell us where your interesting
How is it working in the Brick+Mortar hub,
spend time with customers and share my passion.
name comes from.
rather than selling online?
It’s Hungarian, and pronounced froo-
Working at Brick+Mortar is such a pleasure! After
Tell us about your workshops!
shee. It’s derived from one of the three
six and a half years of retailing online and through
I started offering ceramic workshops in July, which
Graces in Greek mythology called
stockists, I finally get to meet my customers in person!
now occur on most Saturday mornings in my
Euphrosyne, created to fill the world with happy
It’s absolutely divine. The thing I love the most about
capsule store at Brick+Mortar. We sit around a table
things and good will. I like it because it invites
B+M is the versatility of the space. I’m able to meet
in a small group of 4 or 5, with a coffee or tea, and
good nicknames and fruit-themed presents on my
clients, have customers browse and even run small
craft together! I take the students through a few
ceramic workshops in my capsule store.
different techniques to warm up – usually we make
When did you first start creating art?
What is your creative process?
sophisticated forms. I really encourage people to
I was a creative child from the get-go, drawing
It really depends on the client or the premise of
come with a project in mind, whether it’s making a
pictures and writing short stories. I had my first
the exhibition I am making work for. However,
vase or a unique set of earrings. Two hours is actually
exhibition at the age of four, when my mum let
recurring inspirations include cinema, my travels,
a lot of time. Everyone walks away with a full tray of
me draw on the living room wall. I drew these
adventures and imagination, fashion editorials,
vessels, which I then take to the studio to fire and
enormous concentric circles and felt so proud! I
Japanese culture, nature and fruit. Definitely fruit.
glaze, then back to Brick+Mortar for collection.
wholeheartedly encouraged my creative journey
What inspires you?
What can we expect from you in the future?
right from the beginning. I wouldn’t be where I am
Kindness. And people-watching – I love the way
You can expect more fruit-themed lady portraits, a
today without them.
some people express themselves through fashion
new ceramic series and possibly some illustration
and really tell a story. I find that really inspiring.
workshops added to the mix.
a spoon and cup set, before moving onto more
consider myself very blessed to have parents who
When did you realise you could make a living as an artist?
Explain your typical day.
On the opening night of my first solo exhibition
The best thing about my practice is that there
in 2008, which was held in a little bar on Victoria
really isn’t a typical day or week. Each day calls
Square. I had no idea what to expect, or if anyone
me to a new project, client or task. Some days are
would come. So when the place got packed out, and all the art sold I was hooked! And I’ve been chasing that feeling ever since. What types of pieces do you sell? Spending a year in Japan in 2014 really inspired me to get back into ceramics and make it a core part of my artistic practice. I have always collected handmade cups and teapots, so shifting from collector to maker and developing my own range
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Name: Fiona Dawson
Name: Grace Dawson
Agency: Pride Models/IMG Australia
Agency: Pride Models/IMG Australia
How did you get into modelling? Scouted on an aeroplane.
How did you get into modelling? Scouted on a plane back from America.
Dream designer to model for? Karl Lagerfeld.
Dream designer to model for? Galliano, Karl Lagerfeld.
Last book you read? Maze Runner by James Dashner.
Last book you read? To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
Describe yourself in 3 words. Passionate, easy going, ambitious.
Describe yourself in three words. Creative, open minded, cheerful.
What’s your favourite place to eat in Adelaide? ULC (United Latino Cocina).
What’s your favourite place to eat in Adelaide? Argo; great coffee!
What are you looking forward to? Finishing School.
What are you looking forward to? Travelling.
Best thing about living in Adelaide? The people.
Best thing about living in Adelaide? Nothing is too far away.
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Chiara wears: Cameo The Label, Halftime Dress
Name: Chiara Agency: Pride Models
Describe yourself in 3 words. Calm, friendly, outgoing.
What’s your favourite place to eat in Adelaide? My aunty Katina's house. Best Greek in town!
How did you get into modelling? My sister sent photos of me to Pride.
What are you looking forward to? Finishing school and travelling.
Dream Designer to model for? Chloe.
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Last book you read? Romeo and Juliet.
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Emma wears: Finders Keepers playground tactics skirt and top
Name: Emma Agency: Pride Models Nickname: Em Age: 15 How did you get into modelling? I won the 2013 Pride Models International model search. Dream designer to model for? Dion Lee, Prada, Gucci (too hard to pick one!).
Last book you read? Let It Snow by John Green, Lauren Myracle and Maureen Johnson. Describe yourself in three words. Adventurous, determined, friendly. What’s your favourite place to eat in Adelaide? Argo on the Parade. What are you looking forward to? The holiday and summer! Best thing about living in Adelaide? There are so many cute cafes and places to explore. Favourite emoji?
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Jackson wears: T-shirt, models own
Name: Jackson Jurisevic
Last book you read? Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis.
Describe yourself in three words. Relaxed, happy, joker.
What’s your favourite place to eat in Adelaide? Anywhere in Chinatown!
How did you get into modelling? Got scouted while buying a chocolate croissant. Dream Designer to model for? Jack London.
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Olivija wears: Finders Keepers Partition Knit and Cameo The Label knitted cullotes
Name: Olivija Spanovskis
Describe yourself in three words. Sporty, happy, friendly.
Agency: Pride Models Nickname: Liv
What’s your favourite place to eat in Adelaide? I’ve got many favourites but Wasai Japanese Kitchen and Nordburger are my top favourites.
What are you looking forward to? The holidays and summer.
How did you get into modelling? I was approached by Christabel whilst shopping in Kmart early last year.
Best thing about living in Adelaide? The outdoors and the beach. Favourite emoji?
Dream designer to model for? Seafolly, Victoria Secret. Last book you read? The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.
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Hannah wears: The Fifth Label Expectations playsuit chambray
Agency: Finesse Models Australia Nickname: Han, Hanos and Clarkeypants. Age: 18 How did you get into modelling? The deputy principal at my high school signed me up for a course and got asked to sign a contract. I’ve loved it ever since! Dream designer to model for? Alex Perry. Last book you read? I don’t read books to be honest.
It’s kind of bad... haha! Describe yourself in three words. Laid back, easy going, honest. What’s your favourite place to eat in Adelaide? I’d probably say the Verve at Marion. I don’t eat out often though. What are you looking forward to? Travelling! I’m really looking forward to going further with my modelling and developing more and more. Best thing about living in Adelaide? I don’t know actually but definitely not the drivers! Favourite emoji?
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Name: Hannah Marie Clarke
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Jovan wears: TY-LR Pennington Boxy oversized tee
Name: Jovan Nesvanulica
Last book you read? The Beach by Alex Garland.
Describe yourself in three words. Funny, awkward, kind.
What’s your favourite place to eat in Adelaide? Nordburger or Fancy Burgers
Age: 17 How did you get into modelling? I was approached by someone from Finesse while watching a fashion show. Dream designer to model for? Abercrombie & Fitch.
What are you looking forward to? Finishing year 12. Best thing about living in Adelaide? Finding new places. Favourite emoji?
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Georgia wears: The Fifth Label Picture This tank and TY-LR the Basics tank
Describe yourself in three words. Confident, energetic, approachable.
What’s your favourite place to eat in Adelaide? Pure or Zest down Jetty Road.
Nickname: George or Simpo Age: 16 How did you get into modelling? Through a friend.
What are you looking forward to? Summer!v Best thing about living in Adelaide? Cute little cafes and the beach. Favourite emoji?
Last book you read? Macbeth (for school...).
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Dream Designer to model for? Versace.
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Gabi wears: Cameo blue dream jumpsuit with The Fifth Label denim jacket
Name: Gabi Borchers
Last book you read? To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
Agency: Pride Models
Describe yourself in three words. Smiley, relaxed, happy.
What are you looking forward to? Finishing School and travelling.
Best thing about living in Adelaide? I don’t actually live in Adelaide; I’m from Alice Springs!
How did you get into modelling? Doing a shoot for a local shop at home Dream Designer to model for? Marc Jacobs
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Jessie wears: The Fifth Label white tee and The Fifth Label infinity jeans
Last book you read? Flowers in the Attic by V.C. Andrews.
Describe yourself in 3 words. Amusing, competitive, positive.
What’s your favourite place to eat in Adelaide? Ding Hao – yum cha services on weekends.
How did you get into modelling? I was scouted in Westfield, and then asked to do a photo shoot for a magazine. Dream designer to model for? Can’t pick just one! Doin Lee, Bec & Bridge and Aje the Label.
What are you looking forward to? Summer, bring on the warmer weather! Best thing about living in Adelaide? Being close to the beach. Favourite emoji?
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THE SECRET DIARY – of–
A Door Girl Long nights. Short tempers. Drunk guys. Crying girls. Name droppers. Line hoppers. Ever wondered what it’s like to stand outside the club and play God? BY LOLA UNDERGROUND
he weekend arrives and life seems to turn upside down. Suddenly
have never heard of a dresscode and try to launch at you in their decaying
you’re drinking more coffee and Redbull than an overworked truck
denim shorts and overly casual, yet practical, footwear.
driver. You’re dressing for durability, wind speed and stamina. Your vocabulary is limited to phrases like “sorry, can you spell that” and
“get to the back of the line”.
But no matter how hectic a situation gets, you can always rely on the bouncers. Bouncers are there to protect you from the troublemakers and to listen to you complain about how little sleep you got that week. They also hear out your
It’s not a meaningful job. It’s not even that glamorous. But it’s a job for a
family issues, parking tips and whether or not Billy contacted you this week
reason. Being a door girl isn’t just about checking lists and giving stamps.
(“I’m sure he will, he’s probably been busy!”). The bouncers know about where
There are always certain types of people you have
you get your hair cut, how often you go to the gym
to encounter and possibilities you have to prepare
and your favourite varietyof dried fruit, because
for in any typical night. There are the people who are too drunk to come in. The girl whose nipples are falling out, and shouldn’t come in. The guys who flirt with you for free entry. The guys who yell at you for free entry. The name droppers. The pill droppers. It’s the same every week. The VIPs who are so very important that they don’t belong on a list. In fact, they are on some imaginary
IT’S NOT A MEANINGFUL JOB. IT’S NOT EVEN THAT GLAMOROUS. BUT IT’S A JOB FOR A REASON. BEING A DOOR GIRL ISN’T JUST ABOUT CHECKING LISTS AND GIVING STAMPS.
magical unicorn permanent list that I don’t know
how else are you going to pass the time? They end up becoming that special type of best friend you probably never would have associated with, especially side-by-side for seven hours straight. It’s beautiful really. As the night gets on, the streets start to deliver the dodgier characters. Girls crying on their phone walking barefoot with their heels slung over their shoulder. New couples stumbling home together and old couples squabbling home together. The guys who are starting to sober up and don’t think
about, and if I don’t let them in immediately they will call the owner and make
you can see them choking down an entire pizza while trying to hail a taxi. And
sure I never work a door in this goddamn town again.
that one strange man with Krusty the Clown hair who always wears a black turtleneck and strolls up and down the street every Saturday at exactly 2am,
The people who don’t want to pay to get in. The people who forget their I D.
and I’m dying to know why! What’s your deal!?
The people who believe everyone should know it’s their birthday (and that everyone should care). The buck’s parties that play fight and grunt like
I know it’s not a job that will fight global warming or cure cancer. But it’s still
monkeys, as some sort of bizarre mating ritual. The hen’s parties that dress
a job, and a pretty good job. A job where you get to still go out, make new
total glam, but accessorise with plastic phallus decorations. The people who
friends and occasionally play God. So let me do my job in peace.
“We don’t build bridges and buildings, we build memories.”
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Advertising Marketing Manager
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hair salon / W H Y : It’s the best thing
Flash Balm / W H Y : It brightens any
pot, from MAC Myer Centre Adelaide
I’ve found on the market for repairing
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bleached and damaged hair.
It’s the only thing I wear every day
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foundation. It's an amazing primer for eyeshadow, and the long-wearing cream.
B E A U T Y
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P R O D U C T : NARS pure Radiant,
P R O D U C T : Mecca Cosmetica Lit
Tinted Moisturizer from Mecca
From Within Illuminating Primer from
Cosmetica Burnside Village / W H Y :
Burnside Village / W H Y : It is a perfect
Best thing since sliced bread; provides
radiance-enhancing makeup base and
the perfect weightless coverage and
adds an illuminating dewy glow to the
radiant skin. Most definitely a summer
face, which I think looks fresh and vibrant.
P R O D U C T : Tom Ford Eye Defining
P R O D U C T : Makeup Forever Pro Bronze
P R O D U C T : MAC Haute and Naughty
Pen from David Jones / W H Y : Because
Fusion/ W H Y : Some days all I need to
Too Black Mascara from MAC Myer Centre
it’s important that my eyeliner is always
wear is bronzer to give a bit of colour, and
Adelaide / W H Y : It’s a dual brush with
on point! I’ve used so many other
this one is really natural – not too orange
one end for length and the other for
eyeliners and nothing else compares.
or dark. It comes in quite a few shades for
volume which is perfect if you just want
different skin tones. It’s also waterproof, so
to have natural, long lashes one day and
it’s great for hot days in summer.
thick, dramatic ones the next. Plus they don’t make them go all spidery – win!
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BEAUTY BY TAMMY TU
EYEKO X BNKR Haven’t heard of Eyeko? Well they’re the go to brand for eye makeup, covering you from liner to shadow and of course, those super important brows. We’re currently obsessed with their new Rock Out & Lash Out Mascara, which features a custom guitar shaped brush designed to thicken, lengthen and curl for a sooty rock-chic look. To celebrate the release, the English beauty brand has collaborated with our very own BNKR on a photo shoot inspired by a 70s rock and roll vibe. Too cool.
SAY HELLO TO BETTER SKIN Do you know what’s in your skincare
by all these other goodies such as
products? Probably not unless you
honey, aloe vera, mung beans and
have time to read and Google every
even polenta! The full raw and natural
ingredient on the back. What if we told
ingredients list makes it sound good
you that you could get great skin and
enough to eat.
actually know what you’re putting on it? Let us introduce you to Hello Happy
The Adelaide gal and brainchild
behind the products, Anna Genders, wanted to create a range that would
This new Adelaide-based brand is all
promote confidence and happiness.
about using the powerful properties
“'Giving confidence to live life raw' is
of raw ingredients to produce some
our mantra,” she explains. “We believe
amazing results. To give you an idea
the best way to be truly happy is to
of what’s going on in their products,
be happy on both the inside and the
matcha green tea is the hero product
outside. Hello Happy Skin aims to do
– it’s actually known for assisting with
managing depression and anxiety, it's
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just good for your general wellbeing.
Prepare to say hello to happier skin,
The green tea is also being helped
Every girl loves a good red lipstick, and it makes it all that much sweeter when it’s for a good cause. Luckily, Proof Cosmetics has us covered on both fronts. In conjunction with Kate Anderson and SIG the label, the professional makeup line has just released a beautiful lippie in the perfect shade of deep red. The best thing is that it’s also been created for Endometriosis Australia, a cause close to Kate’s heart as she is also the ambassador for the charity.
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“So here at MUSQ, we don’t hide ingredients, nor do we have a hidden agenda. We pride ourselves on putting quality before profits and aim to encourage people to make small changes to improve their health, mind and wellbeing as well
BY TAMMY TU
as our environment.”
Want glowing skin this spring?
A label that is committed to
Then meet MUSQ Cosmetics, an
providing our skin with goodness as
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well as protecting the environment?
that has only one philosophy when
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it comes to caring for your body: keep your food, skin and thoughts
clean. This may seem simple but it can make all the difference
for us, MUSQ has our backs, promoting not only
especially in conjunction with the organic and
healthy skin but a healthy lifestyle in general.
chemical-free nature of all the makeup and skincare in their range.
The products from the range are all natural, so that means no sulfates, parabens or other nasties,
It’s incredibly important to make sure that
and it’s all ethically responsible as well.
something like makeup – which covers our faces
“It’s 2015 and beauty must always be linked to
all day – is actually doing some good. Luckily
responsibility,” explains director Emma Reid.
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weather, she’s your gal.
LOLLY POP BLACKEBYS SWEET SHOP, JAMES PLACE PHOTO BY NEON THEORY
BLUE 1. MAC Hi-Def Cyan chromographic pencil from MAC Cosmetics Burnside Village, 2. Napoleon Perdis Azure Oasis eyeshadow from Myer Centre Adelaide, 3. MAC Hi-Def Cyan Pigment Pot from MAC Cosmetics Burnside Village, 4. DARE Crazy Caribbean nail polish from Hairhouse Warehouse Rundle Mall GREEN 1. MAC Landscape Green chromographic pencil from MAC Cosmetics Burnside Village, 2. MAC Chartreuse pigment pot from MAC Cosmetics Burnside Village ORANGE 1. MAC Genuine Orange chromographic pencil from MAC Burnside Village, 2. DARE Mystical Sunset nail polish, from Hairhouse Warehouse Rundle Mall, 3. OPI (colour) nail polish from Myer Centre Adelaide, 4. MAC Neon Orange lipstick, from MAC Cosmetics Burnside Village PINK 1. Lancome French Sourire Shine lover lipstick, from (location), 2. Make Up Forever Neon Pink Blush, from Media Makeup James Place, 3. DARE Fancy Fairy nail polish Fancy Fairy, from Hairhouse Warehouse Rundle Mall, 4. MAC Saint Germain lipstick from MAC Cosmetics Burnside Village RED 1. RIMMEL colour rush lip balm from Myer Centre Adelaide, 2. OPI nail polish Magenta Muse, from Myer Centre Adelaide, 3. RIMMEL provocalips Kiss me you fool from Myer Centre Adelaide
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FLORAL SCENTS FLOWERS AND STYLING BY AUSTIN BLOOM PHOTO BY NEON THEORY Clockwise from TOP: 1. Elizabeth and James Nirvana White 2. Miu Miu Eau de Parfum 3. Viktor & Rolf Flower Bomb 4. Jurlique Essence of Rose Roll-on Fragrance Oil 5. Jo Malone Wild Bluebell Cologne 6. Lancome La Vie Est Belle
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BY WALTER MARSH / PHOTOS BY PHEBE SCHMIDT
A film maker, graphic design buff and, when time permits, a musician, Melbourne creative Becky Freeman has undergone her share of transformations in the last three years.
hedding the winsome, doe-eyed folk of her first Sui Zhen album, a string of collaborations and cassette releases hinted at a pointed musical seachange. The fingerpicked guitars
and wistful harmonies seemed to fade, replaced by coolly aloof pop awash with analogue drum machines and 80s synthesisers. “It’s kind of like a slow process of my output catching up with my taste in some ways,” Becky explains. “I used to be really committed to this idea that I wanted to learn how to write songs on a guitar first… and it just came out sounding folkish.
The album’s musical evolution isn’t the only
“I was really led into music by solid melodies or
the record’s title and art direction centring on
songs, but I started going to raves and clubbing
Becky’s imagined alter-ego Susan.
identity crisis to be found on Secretly Susan, with
That sense of the surreal is evident in recent
things when I was underage and living in the suburbs of Sydney – we would drive out and listen
“It’s been a slow evolution really in the last six
music videos for singles Take It All Back and
to terrible electronic music,” she recalls. “That was
months since I’ve had the album finished and
Infinity Street, with ‘Susan’ dreaming of romance
a really early influence but I never connected it to
I started to think of how to make it a cohesive
in 60s-inspired blonde wigs or sitting around in
something I would make myself.”
experience visually and sonically,” she explains.
surreal, pastel-toned dreamlands.
“The Susan idea really started to emerge before On her upcoming sophomore album Secretly
any of the visuals had been really firmly mood-
“Purely on an aesthetic level I guess a lot of
Susan, Becky/Sui has grabbed hold of those
boarded or styled”.
inspiration comes from mannequins, just vacuous representations of human form,” she says.
musical roots. “I’ve always been interested in electronic music, I guess it was just acquiring the
“Creating this Susan character was a way to do
“If you Google wig stores the images are just
tools and jumping into producing,” she says. “I
that,” she says. “I would say she’s not really real;
amazing, they have a whole selection of weird
think it was really getting a proper drum machine
she’s a representation of these collective anxieties,
facial expressions – it’s really quite mesmerising
that I could interact with on a physical level; “I’d
hopes and dreams that we document through
because sometimes they do capture what looks
always had access to software, but I’m so tactile
social media. She’s an amalgamation of all that stuff
like an authentic human emotion. And you think
– how we curate our existence online.
‘Oh my god, that one looks almost real! Is that a
“Right now I’m sitting in front of my synth, I
“She’s like what that person would be if you could
have my 808 just up here and I really love step
actually make an assumption about someone
“That’s what Susan is to me.”
sequencer drum machines – I can see it, I know
going purely off their metadata – it’s never going
what I’m doing, I can plug it in and I don’t have
to be quite real, it’s always going to be a bit
to look at the computer screen. I can just take a
weird and a bit wrong,” she laughs. “That person
break from looking at a screen.”
doesn’t really look like that all the time, they just
take their photos from that angle.”
SECRETLY SUSAN IS OUT NOW VIA DOT DASH SUIZHEN.COM
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SKIES In just over 12 months, electronic pop group SKIES have flourished from a random collaboration into one of Adelaide’s most hyped acts.
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The duo have since enlisted Michael Zabolocki
pretty liberating for Dusty. “When singing over
and drummer Matt Birkin to complete the live
these tracks, I let go of any pre-conceived ideas
sound, drawing on their diverse band CVs to
that I may have of what writing music is to me,”
add their own twist to the genre. “I feel that
he says. “Micah and Michael spend hours on their
initially we struggled because we are all from
own creating these frames; I come in after the
different musical backgrounds,” Michael says.
house has already started being built and decide
“Dusty was from rock and blues, Micah was more
what sort of roof and bathroom to install,” he
electronic, but in a way we feed off of each other’s
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ver a series of singles, the musical
differences.” While in some ways the market for beat-driven
chemistry between vocalist Dusty Lee Stephenson and bandmates
Clearly it’s working, with the band’s debut EP
and hook-filled electronic music in Australia has
Michael Zabolocki and Micah Cearns
dropping in late August. “I think it’s just us feeling
never been more saturated, SKIES love the extra
has developed into a kind of alchemy, blending
comfortable enough to do what we want,” Dusty
challenge being surrounded by such strong artists
Chet Faker’s cool-and-collected R&B sound with
says of the EP. “Also in knowing each other a lot
presents. “We’re always admiring other tracks and
dizzying technicolour arrangements. But it all
better, we’re really honest if something isn’t very
sending them to each other,” Dusty says. “Most
started off with much simpler aspirations.
good,” he laughs.
recently it’s been Meg Mac – I love listening to her
“Me and Micah knew each other for a few
“As we’ve continued making music together we
years and said many times that we’d one day
are more comfortable exploring other territories,”
collaborate,” Dusty explains. “So when the time
Michael explains. “We are continually progressing
“I don’t know how much of it crosses into our
was right he showed me this idea for a track that
to incorporate more live instrumentation into the
sound, but I know that when you surround yourself
he’d been working on - I took my mic around a
tracks, along with different production elements.
with great music, if yours isn’t up to the bar it
little while later and we banged out a track in a
I know that I personally spend hours, days trying
pushes you harder to make them better until you
couple of hours.”
new sounds that advance on those used in
feel they are at least close to the level of the artists
previous tracks,” he says. “Because at the end of
because of that fusion of her soulful, unique voice
the day, we want our music to keep evolving and
deal once the internet got wind. “I guess we
to differentiate us from the rest of the music out
didn’t think heaps of it, just a random collab,”
he says nonchalantly. “But once we put it up on Soundcloud and saw how much traction it was
As a guitarist in several bands over the years from
getting we were taken by surprise and realised
Wasted Wanderers to the Angels of Gung Ho,
there’s probably something more to it.”
approaching songwriting just as a vocalist proved
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That off-the-cuff experiment turned into the real
with these superbly produced and written songs.
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HEALTH BY ANNA MAZZONE
K A Y L A
I T S I N E S
FITNESS GURU ADELAIDE FITNESS GURU KAYLA ITSINES IS TRAVELLING AND HASHTAGGING ALL OVER THE WORLD. SHE’S HELPED THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE TO DISCOVER HEALTHIER LIFESTYLES AND CONTINUES TO SHINE AS A ROLE MODEL TO WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD.
WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO BECOME A PERSONAL TRAINER? It was my love of sport and my passion for helping people that lead me to study personal training at the Australian Institute of Fitness. Personal training has given me the opportunity to educate women on the importance of a healthy lifestyle that is maintainable long-term.
TELL US ABOUT YOUR PERSONAL FITNESS REGIME?
healthy for the long term. There is no ideal “bikini body”. Every woman is beautiful and unique in their own way and my guide can help them feel the confidence they deserve.
I train exactly the same as my Bikini Body Guide (BBG) Girls! I do 3-4 resistance training sessions from my Bikini Body Training Guide every week. Each workout is 28-minutes long, which is only 2% of my day. I also take my Siberian Huskies, Ace and TJ, for walks most days of the week. I believe that it’s vital to look after your body and invest time into rehabilitation and recovery, which is why I also incorporate 1-2 stretching and rehabilitation sessions each week.
WHAT IS IN STORE FOR THE FUTURE?
TELL US ABOUT YOUR RECENT WORLD TOUR? Going on my World Tour has definitely been one of my biggest achievements so far! Being able to meet and train with the incredible BBG community in person was such an amazing experience. I trained nearly 10,000 girls across Amsterdam, London and New York. It’s definitely still a ‘pinch me’ moment.
HOW HAS SOCIAL MEDIA CHANGED YOUR CAREER? Social media has been an amazing tool that has given me the ability to motivate, educate and inspire women, not only in Adelaide, but around the world. I think my Instagram profile has an honest and uplifting community vibe about it. Instead of being focused entirely on me, I’ve based it on the results of others, whose hard work should definitely be celebrated.
CAN YOU RUN US THROUGH YOUR GUIDE? My Bikini Body Guide includes 12 weeks of 28-minute high-intensity plyometric, resistance training sessions, which are completed 3-4 times per week. It also includes an extensive education section as well as my recommendations for the
KAYLA’S 5 GET FIT TIPS FOR SUMMER 1. Consistency 2. Embrace The Weather
So much is happening at the moment and it’s all so exciting! I have just finished translating my Bikini Body Training Guides and Nutrition HELP (Healthy Eating Lifestyle Plan) Guide into German. I’ll also be translating these into other languages so that women from all over the world can read and understand the education sections within these guides. My online store is also expanding as I continue to develop new products that can help women on their health and fitness journeys.
3. Be Adventurous 4. Intensity Over Duration 5. Hydrate Your Body
types of cardio training (High Intensity Interval Training and Low Intensity Steady State) that can be done on alternate days.
HOW REALISTIC IS IT TO GET A BIKINI BODY IN 12-WEEKS? I believe that girls over 16 years of age can use my 12 week Bikini Body Training Guide as an educational tool to become strong, fit and
“I TRAINED NEARLY 10,000 GIRLS ACROSS AMSTERDAM, LONDON AND NEW YORK. IT’S DEFINITELY STILL A ‘PINCH ME’ MOMENT.”
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EVERY TOM, DICK AND STELLA
MCCARTNEY IS COMING OUT WITH FIT COLLECTIONS OF EXERCISE GEAR TO MAKE YOUR WORKOUTS WORK. CLIQUE FIT BRINGS YOU ALL THINGS FASHION IN THE WORLD OF HEALTH AND FITNESS, EVERY TREND, EVERY SEASON.
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• Full of: Iron, vitamin A, vitamin C • Good for: Building your immune system, keeping your liver healthy, good vision, great skin
• Full of: Omega 3, fibre, calcium
• How to use it: Cooked in meals (like spinach), blended in green smoothies
• How to use it: Soaked to make chia pudding, in smoothies, sprinkled on cereal bowls and salads
• Good for: Lowering cholesterol, keeping regular
S U P E R F O O D S What are they and why are they claimed to be so super?
ACAI B E R R Y –––– • Full of: Antioxidants, good fats (oleic acid) • Good for: General good health • How to use it: In your favourite smoothie or acai bowl (only available as powder in Australia)
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• Full of: Vitamin C, antioxidants, B vitamins, fibre • Good for: Building the immune system, anti-inflammatory (helps joint pain), good for the skin
• Good for: A powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals and improves blood flow. Cacao is also very low fat; great for a sweet tooth!
• How to use it: Eat fresh or even use it to make a homemade nourishing mask
• How to use it: Baking in all sorts of cakes, slices and protein balls
• Full of: Flavonoids
HEMP S E E D –––– • Full of: Protein, amino acids • Good for: The growth and repair of tissues – due to its high source of amino acids • How to use it: Sprinkled on soups, salad, rice or baked in homemade slices
L I N S E E D –––– • Full of: Omega 3, antioxidants, dietary fibre
GOJI B E R R Y –––– • Full of: Vitamin C • Good for: Building your immune system and great for poor circulation • How to use it: Eat them raw, dried or brewed in herbal teas
• Good for: Lowering cholesterol and blood pressure • How to use it: Great in breakfast foods, smoothies, cereals and yoghurt
PICK UP YOUR SUPERFOODS FROM THE SUPER FOOD GURUS AT GOODIES + GRAINS IN ADELAIDE CENTRAL MARKET
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In late July, CLIQUE ran a photography workshop with our friends from DIAMONDS CAMERA and OLYMPUS. The aim was to learn how to take amazing food photos, so we thought what better setting than the beautiful SEAN’S KITCHEN and their delectably photogenic food? Don’t worry if you weren’t quick enough to snap up the lucky tickets, we have a little overview for you. P H OTOS BY D U Y DAS H
he morning started with an introduction to Ian Leggatt and his experienced team from Diamonds Camera Rundle Street as well one of Olympus' photography trainers, Matt Krumins, who made a special trip from Melbourne for the event. While Diamonds Camera stocks other brands for all your photographic needs, this session’s camera of choice was the Olympus OM-D E-M10. This may just seem like a series of numbers to the average person, as well as to everyone else in the room that morning, but by the end of the session we were all pretty handy with this nifty little camera with state-of-the-art features.
The idea of the workshop was to learn all the tips and tricks that the professionals use to make our own food photos better. In the age of social media and the large range of platforms on offer – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
– we have all been guilty of snapping a photo of our meal in order to show off what we’ve had for lunch. But as the team from Diamonds and Olympus reminded us, it is not just the food we’re taking a photo of, we are also selling a whole story that includes the restaurant, the environment and the overall ambience. Out of everyone, the team here at Clique Mag know how important it is to get a good shot as well as create a good feeling about an eatery – just look at our food pages! We were taught all the tricks including how to change aperture to create depth of field as well as the power of lighting in taking the perfect photo. A big tip for the avid foodie is to assess where the best lighting is when you first walk into a café or restaurant and mark your territory – hint: at Sean’s Kitchen, it’s the beautiful outside area. We were broken up into smaller groups to learn about off-camera flash as well as how to counteract LED lighting – basically teaching us how to troubleshoot all the problems we can face in attempting to achieve the best possible food shot.
It's safe to say that, by the end of the workshop, everyone involved walked away not only with a better knowledge of how to take a food photo but also some great photography tips in general. Not to mention that we were all pretty sold on the OM-D E-M10 camera by the end of the workshop – it has wi-fi so you can download the photos straight to your phone, what more could you want? Luckily for us Adelaideans, because Diamonds Camera is a specialty store, anyone who purchases an Olympus OM-D camera with them will also get a ‘Coffee on Olympus’. This is where an Olympus trainer will take you out for a coffee and take you through the ins and outs of your new camera because they really care about the quality of the photos that are created with their equipment. Clique Mag would like to thank Ian and his team for their expertise and to everyone who joined us for a great session. Keep an eye out for upcoming workshops and short seminars and be quick so you don’t miss out on a great workshop with like-minded creatives. Visit diamondcamera.com.au/training for announcements.
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A LITTLE TOUCH OF NEW YORK Bagels? Yes please! Take a walk through Topham Mall and you may see a line that will pique your curiosity. It’s another
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Renew Adelaide project that’s turning heads. The Beigelry's
With Red Door Bakery being worthy of a trip into the suburbs, they really tempt us
unique selection of cream cheeses – there's even a jalapeño
with an inner city store. From those tasty pies they’ve become known for, to sweets
stuffed bagels have quickly become a daily ritual for many with the addictive uncomplicated execution of an old-school recipe originating in New York. It’s just tasty, pure and simple. From the fit-out to the bagels, there’s nothing superfluous here. The nice choice of bagels is equally matched with a
that always seem to be justified in the face of gluttony. With the hope of fresh-baked Angus beef pies for lunch and a crème brûlée to take back to the office, we really couldn’t ask for anything more. Especially when it’s only a short walk from the mall.
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Thursday, December 3.
2015 SA CATERING AWARD WINNERS S/W SubuRbS Cotto, we’re not just coffee, we’re family
ottimo caffè, buon cibo, eccellente servizio client! / great coffee, fine food, excellent customer service!
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BARRELS OF THE BESPOKE “Wines without boundaries” is the static ethos of
wine has more of a traditional approach, with the
Based in McLaren Vale, AB&D has quickly become
local wine producer Alpha Box & Dice. Known for
belief that great wine isn’t made by technology
a venue to visit. For those that don’t have the
great wines, eccentric labels and just all round
but rather comes from the earth and it’s up to the
time but do have a yearning for the bespoke wine
great fun, AB&D have come to the Australian wine
wine maker to interpret its potential.
experience of Alpha Box & Dice, they’ve launched an online store. So now this eccentrically dressed
scene with an experience very different from what we’ve come to know and expect from the long
With the extremes of the Australian climate,
wine can be delivered straight to your door at the
Alpha Box & Dice chose to explore different grape
touch of your fingertips.
varieties beyond what we’ve come to know. Wine maker Justin Lane’s experience has been
Barbera, Sangiovase, Grenache and Aglianico
one of many travels, even working as a “fly-in
just to name one, but all up there are about 20
winemaker” within Europe. Justin’s approach to
international varieties within the AB&D toolbox.
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BAROSSA GOLD Rich and creamy in flavour with a perfect balance of natural sweetness and acidity, that’s the Barossa Cider Co in a nutshell. It is all down to Barossa Cider Co's commitment to sourcing quality South Australian apples and pears, cold-fermented with no added water. It's also great to know it is gluten free and vegan-friendly.
from the Barossa have done a fine
Known for rich, high-intensity Jamaican-sourced coffee, Jamaica Blue cafés
job making the award-winning and
bring us a street food fiesta during September and October to satisfy your
universally loved squashed apple and
lunch cravings. The exotic tastes and electric buzz of the Caribbean is
squashed pear cider's. It’s making
encapsulated in every item. Every mouthful is a frenzy of flavour. How does a
an appearance on the bar and
Caribbean fish taco with barramundi fritters, cabbage slaw and mango lime
restaurant scene all over Adelaide
dressing in a soft tortilla sound? Or maybe smoked spiced corn brushed with
and interstate. Barossa Cider Co is
paprika aioli and rolled in toasted coconut. There are even morsels of crispy
now set to take on the world.
golden sweet potato chips on the menu.
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Entering from the northern end of the Topham Mall
available, in the brewery spirit the hybrid beer
curiously met by the mural of Lady Burra and drawn
version ‘Brewtails’ uniquely round off the drinks list.
into a space adorned with rich organic timbers. It’s also hard to miss the striking contrast of shiny steel
Miguel’s mother, Chef Rosa Dantas, feeds us with
fermenters in the brewery portion of the venue.
tempting Portuguese dishes. There’s pizza from one of the wood-fired ovens endless selection of
Co-owner Miguel Sa looks after the front of house
specials will guarantee variety on every visit. Even
where there’s plenty on offer for drinks. Fresh beers
the humble yet lovable potato gets some love with
brewed on-site are the big features here. Brew
an epic chip tasting plate.
lovers have the option of Lady Burra’s American pale ale, red Irish ale, while pilsner or dark ale. No surprise the best way to sample them all is with
ALLURE OF THE MYSTERIOUS LADY
ndeniably bringing something unique to the heart of the city, Lady Burra Brewhouse is Adelaide’s first CBD microbrewery. It was a heavily guarded
secret for quite some time but one of Adelaide’s most anticipated venues has finally opened its doors.
the tasting paddle. Whilst there are also cocktails
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THE ‘BREWTIQUE’ With the diversity of craft beers in Australia booming in the past few years, it’s only now we are starting to see craft beer bars hitting the spotlight. Brew & Chew sits as the perfect place to relax with an impressive range of boutique beers on offer with the whole experience enhanced by a Southern American-inspired menu. Eighteen hour pulled-pork sliders; crispy, deep-fried mozzarella sticks; onion rings and buffalo wings are just some of the highlights from a full-flavoured selection.
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Synonymous with amazing pastries,
communal space dishes out a wide
Abbots and Kinney have now opened
variety, from delicate almond croissants
up a permanent shop on Pirie Street.
that we all know and love to the newly
Jonny Pisanelli’s hand-crafted pastries
introduced savoury lunch menu. The
have become regular fixtures in the
coffee here makes for a perfect match.
glass cabinets of Adelaide’s great coffee spots and there's a frenzied reception whenever an A and K pop-up appears. Their beautiful Scandinavian inspired
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The club is open every week on Friday and Saturday nights 'til late to bring you the best of the Thai party scene. “Dirty Disco Friday is the beginning to your crazy weekend, it’s the getaway from work or uni where can you lose yourself on the d-floor,” says co-owner Alexander "Gunna" Kleut. “As for House Party Saturdays, everyone is there for the same reason…PARTY!” For the ultimate experience, we recommend getting around their Full Moon parties – an exclusive Adelaide re-creation of the ever-so-popular event in Asia. Held once a month, patrons can expect to be doused in
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fluorescent body paint and be served the notorious Go Go buckets. When asked what they have in store for future full moon fiestas, we’re told that we’ll just have to come along and see for ourselves.
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We all knew Tijuana Showgirls was the party destination here in Adelaide. But earlier this year, the underground nightclub crossed the Mexican border, headed straight for South-East Asia and rebranded as Go Go Lady Boy.
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uirk, charm and delicious food:
the main wall. Add the light industrial finishes
common attributes of sought-
(exposed copper conduit with incandescent
after restaurants everywhere. With
lighting) and it creates an atmosphere that is
Adelaide’s list of dining experiences
interesting without being distracting.
growing by the day, finding something truly unique is getting more and more difficult. Thankfully,
Talking food and, first off, there’s a lot of it. Portions
here with six different taco options available on a
Hispanic Mechanic comes to the party with a blend
are generous all throughout the menu and all
menu that’s already bursting with choice. Finally,
of Korean-influenced Mexican food that goes well
choices are packed with flavour. Lovers of the spicy,
if too much choice creates a conundrum, opt for
beyond the tacos and nachos we’ve all come to
sweet and sour combination will be right at home
the banquet menu and food will just keep coming.
know. You may find it hard to believe but there is a
here, especially with the Korean influenced dishes.
Go down this road and there's a guaranteed food
thriving Korean community in Mexico which dates
The ‘Bird in the Bowl’ chicken salad and the beef
back all the way to 1905; there’s even a ‘Korea town’
short ribs were particularly huge and just as big on
in Mexico City. So ‘Mexirean’ might have been the
satisfaction. Smaller dishes like Master Kim’s 5 Star
logical choice we’ve never known. It’s not fusion but
Wings and the Tuna Tartare were absolute pocket
rather evolution through cultural integration.
rockets, smaller in size but huge on flavour. If you do yearn for tacos, there won’t be disappointment
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South American specialist Chef Greggory Hill, the man behind the famed Lucky Lupitas and its inner city sister United Latino Cocina, brings the MexicanKorean mix to the former Osteria De Mesa site in Frewville. The venue has been completely transformed. Three different areas that seamlessly integrate into one well thought-out venue. Upon entry, the outside courtyard has an open fiesta appeal about it. A relaxing sociable atmosphere with loads of space, this place was made for the balmy summer afternoons to come. The indoor bar area is subdued to a wealth of signage that pops in complete contrast. It’s open enough to be comfortable and social, yet well proportioned enough to still be intimate. In the main dining area the most obvious feature is the mechanical-beast mural that adorns
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ne of the most highly anticipated venues of the year opens its doors to intense public salivation. Osteria Oggi is another project involving
star Adelaide restaurateur Simon Kardachi along with chef Andy Davis and an orchestra of talent from the Press team (even former head chef, Mimi Rivers). Pronounced “Od-gi” it’s the Italian word for 'today', a concept that resonates with pasta: universally loved and one of the most With a kitchen full of talent, the anticipation
shortage of choices with something to suit
has been for the food. Quite simply, the menu
everyone. There are 17 menu items that do not
Walk through the large, steel-framed bi-fold
delivers. Perfectly cooked pasta with rich
include meat and nine items that are completely
doors on Pirie Street and the immediate
flavours in perfect harmonious balance. The
vegetarian. With such a variety, it may get a bit
focus is on the bar: one giant slab of polished
food doesn't focus on one region of Italian
overwhelming but thankfully there’s the Oggi
concrete running the entire length of the venue.
cuisine but instead isn influenced by the whole
Share Table, a tasting menu with all the best bits
Towards the end, the space opens up to a pair
of Italy. Pasta lovers will be spoilt for choice
of what the menu has to offer. To top it all off,
of communal tables right in the centre of the
with four different types of dough all made on
their wine list encompasses both Italian wines
dining area. It is an almost gazebo-like set-up,
site into 16 different pasta shapes. We got to try
and Australian wines, with a focus on varietals
crowned with rows of live greenery. It’s quite a
three dishes: gnocchetti with broccoli, anchovy,
that are prominent in Italian wine-making.
sight. Comfortable booths with marble tables
chilli and toasted pine nuts; campanelle with
finish off the look. This is a place to relax and
smoked eel, chilli, peas and lemon; and gnocchi
converse over the simplistic beauty of pasta
with oxtail ragu, Jerusalem artichoke puree and
(credit to design group Studio Gram for the
parmigiano tegoli. There’s a brilliant richness
to every dish that’s not overpowering, rather
home cooked staples everywhere.
delicate and hugely satisfying. There is no
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LITTLE MISS IS Setting sail
for ONE LAST TIME!
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IT’S ALL ABOUT FOOD FOR ME, AND FIRST AND FOREMOST I’M ALL ABOUT LOCAL PRODUCE. WITH THE ABUNDANCE OF QUALITY LOCAL PRODUCE AROUND ADELAIDE THERE’S ABSOLUTELY NO REASON TO LOOK ELSEWHERE.
Method 1. Firstly, get the carrot puree on. Grate carrots and place in pan with butter and water. Cover with
SPRING ON A PLATE
ince MasterChef, Jessie has
become a regular contributor for
a lid and allow to steam and cook until tender and smelling sweet. Using a bar mix, puree until smooth, add the orange juice and blend to combine. Season to taste and pop aside. 2. Score and season the duck skin. Place the duck in cold,
DUCK WITH HEIRLOOM CARROTS IN TOASTED DUCK FAT & HERB EMULSION
ripitup.com.au and Broadsheet
and has begun hosting intimate
dinner events in and around Adelaide, creating the menu entirely from produce
It's no secret that I love carrots. Using these beautiful heirloom baby-sized ones adds a colour and sweetness to the dish that I love. Don’t underestimate the humble carrot; when blackened and
from Adelaide's surrounds. Making it all the
toasted in duck fat they take on a smoky umami flavour which is just so
way to the MasterChef 2015 Top 7 allowed
delicious. This dish was intended to accompany lamb, however I think
Jessie to really hone her ‘style’ and doscover
it actually goes better with duck. The use of orange
a love of savoury desserts, while extending
in the puree and the sweet smokiness of the carrots go so beautifully
her passion for all things food. Enjoying the
with tender duck breast. If duck isn’t your thing then by all means
touch of imperfection that nature naturally
switch it out with lamb or even try it with chicken. Enjoy!
heavy-based pan, skin side down. Turn the heat to medium–high and render the fat until the skin is crispy (about 5 minutes). Once crispy, turn the duck over to seal the flesh. Drain off the duck fat and put aside. Turn the duck breasts back over and place in the oven until cooked mediumrare (about 5–7 minutes). Remove from the oven, cover and rest. 3. Place baby carrots into a pan
gives to food, Jessie celebrates the diverse
with thyme and the reserved
colour and beauty of nature in her cooking.
duck fat. Toast on low–medium
“MasterChef allowed me to go out and
heat until the carrots are cooked SERVES 4 / PREP TIME 15 MINS / COOKING TIME ROUGHLY 30–45 MINS
represent myself as myself with a whole
through (about 10 minutes). 4. Next, the herb emulsion. Place
bunch of new people, so I surprised myself
and learnt a lot about who I am", says Jessie.
–4 duck breasts
–6 tsp verjuice
"It helped me figure out where I want to go
–6 sprigs of lemon thyme
–2 tsp chopped garlic
and what I want to do.”
–15-20 (depending on size)
–4 tbs chopped shallot
heirloom baby carrots
–1 cup chopped fresh dill
–Unsalted butter for sautéing
–2/3 cup chopped flat leaf parsley
–Salt and pepper
–1/2 cup water – plus a bit
5. Plate up. Place a generous
amount of carrot puree on each
–2 cup good quality Australian
plate. Slice rested duck into five
–800g large carrots
extra virgin olive oil
pieces and arrange on the plate
–Juice of an orange
with the baby carrots. Dot the
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all ingredients except the oil into a blender. Combine until smooth. Add the oil at a slow, consistent rate until emulsified and smooth. Season to taste.
emulsion around the plate and
–8 tbs butter
sprinkle on some fresh herbs. Eat!
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to that a food menu by master of spice Chef Ragini Dey, famously known for the locally loved Dhaba at Spice Kitchen, and we might be on to something. The menu is a
Indian food and a drinks. Naya Bar
modernised take on Indian cuisine
has the unique combination. The
that doesn’t draw cues from any
small shop front on Waymouth
particular regions. In short, it lives
Street leads through a cosy corridor
up to expectations. No lacklustre
to coolly lit, mellow space. There is
moments, with full intense flavours
seating for both casual and intimate
without too heavy works well with
drinks, and the dining area is further
drinks – plus the food.
in. There is a plethora of drinks to be had here: an interesting cocktail menu of old favourites and Indian inspired in-house creations. Add
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The buzz around Sit Lo’s food has been intense since they opened. Combine the simple philosophy of Vietnamese street food with high quality ingredients and refined execution and the result is Sit Lo. It’s street food from the high street on sloping Bank Street. Credits to Studio Alumi for the cool fit-out. The small shop-front's of clean white tiles and black steel frames are contrasted with the interior of warm organic textures and raw industrial finishes. The warm ambiance at night lends the place a cozy and intimate character. The low to the ground tables along the
GUILT-FREE ADDICTIONS Since opening in 2011, it’s fair to say Two-Bit Villains have outgrown
side, complete with repurposed oil drum seats, add a unique character. It’s concept is similar to common sights in Asia and probably the closest you’ll get to the street food dining experience.
their first store on the upper level of the Adelaide Arcade. They’ve recently packed up and made the short move to the Rundle Mall
While we could adore the fit-out
end of the Arcade’s upper level into the ballroom, which quadruples
for hours, the talk of the town
their floor space and even has a balcony overlooking Rundle Mall.
has been the food experience.
Famously known for house-made sodas and incredibly addictive no-
The marriage of street food
meat burgers, it’s no surprise the place is busier than ever. With a
philosophy and high quality
grand philosophy on food that aims to not alienate vegetarians and
ingredients produces quite the
vegans and provides food that even the most barbaric meat eater
marvellous combination. Despite
will enjoy, it’s fair to say they’re winning at the game. The burgers
the small shop, the kitchen
are filling and flavoursome, and the signature chilli fries are the
delivers big on variety with an
perfect partner to top it off.
array of noodles, pho, cold rolls, banh mi and bao making up the food selection. Fresh rich flavours are the menu, with local favourites being the pho and bao that leave you with cravings for days. Side note, the lotus root chips are a must, as is the authentic Vietnamese ice coffee. Big things are on the table for Sit Lo with a second store in the works. The new space includes bar service and an expanded menu that will focus on authentic Vietnamese home-style dishes in contrast to the existing store’s fast-moving street style.
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Despite being around for over a year now, there’s always a slight sense of surprise when people stray off Rundle Street and discover the quaint little hole-in-the-wall that is Penny University. The cafe not only boasts great coffee but also a selection of fresh salads that are handmade daily by the great team – and let’s not forget about their marinated chicken either. Owner and resident barista, Foti Likouras, is
always there with a friendly smile and his bunch of regulars. So now that we’re stepping into spring, head down to Union Street, grab a fresh bite to eat and become a regular.
Let's face it, brunch has started looking all the same with many places serving up very similar dishes. That’s not to say they’re bad, but sometimes you just want something different. Suburban brunch cafe, The Middle Store answers the call with a Lebanese twist on brunch. It’s a family affair with
Master Chef 2015 finalist Rose Adam, her brother George and sister Haefa running the place. spiced lamb burgers with hummus and pickled cabbage; flavour-packed corned beef focaccia and an array of Middle-Eastern sweets are some of the highlights. Relax with great coffee and indulge with a mix of Middle-Eastern herbs and spices all without heading to the city. 118 WINSTON AVE, MELROSE PARK FACEBOOK.COM/MIDDLESTORE
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vats. From the decking to the communal nook, it’s an all-timber affair. With the promise of high-grade, ethically sourced beans from DeGroot Coffee Co, and sweets care of Sweet Lola Desserts, it would not be a surprise to see the Book Nook – busy but it’s the bookshelf that is the drawcard. The bookshelf is the unique character of the place,
with all the books community donations. If you like what you see, take it home with a donation into
ook Nook & Bean is the newest addition to
iconic but now defunct Auge. With a fixed location,
what may seem like an already saturated
Katharine and Paul are keen to do more without
coffee scene, but with an ethos built on
the limitations of coffee van, and thanks to Renew
knowledge, conversation and honesty it's far from
the “honesty box”. At the end of week Katharine gathers the money raised and puts it towards KIVA, an organisation funding micro-loans for small businesses in the developing world. It’s coffee and cake with a feel good finish.
Adelaide, their imagination has become reality.
the average coffee shop. The comfortably cosy spot is a fit-out job by Tom The wife and husband duo of Katharine and Paul
Sutton with an environmentally conscious theme
Arguile have been on the Adelaide scene for quite
of reclamation being key. Going beyond just
some time. They’re out and about during Adelaide’s
reclaimed tables and chairs, there’s a chandelier
mad March with their mobile café van; ‘Great Relish
made from glass teacups and the centrepiece
Nomadic Café’. Plus, Paul was a former chef at the
bookshelf is made from the timber of disused wine
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“Travelling – It leaves you speechless then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta
always find looking out a taxi window in a
blog. Between that overwhelming taxi ride and
My boyfriend and I travelled Indonesia, Malaysia,
foreign city to be positively fascinating;
now, I have blogged and globe-trotted all over
Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. I planned to go
unfamiliar terrain, exotic landscapes,
South East Asia in my tourist sandals. I know what
with the wind, however with my boyfriend being
everything new and peculiar and full of
you’re thinking... fashion blogger you say? Tourist
German, he is very organized and had an Excel
unknown pleasures. It’s a nomad’s nirvana
sandals you say? Yes, I know they do not usually
spreadsheet itinerary of all the places and sights
– feeling completely anonymous in a city you’ve
go in same sentence. But alas, the behind the
we wanted to see. We did all the touristy things of
never been to before.
scenes are never as glamorous as the final photos
course, but the best experiences were those that
chosen for the Instagram showreel! I was one of
were unplanned. The rare encounters you could
Due to the high speeds of South East Asian drivers
those annoying sightseers making my boyfriend
never recreate and the ones you will remember for
and the absence of road rules while weaving
snap a myriad of photos of me in front of tourist
years to come. When I try to envisage it now, my
in and out of traffic, the blurry view from my
attractions from all different angles just so I could
memory is like a series of photographs, perfect
backseat window seemed like an oil painting – a
have options for the 'gram. #BloggerProblems. I
little stills and moments in time. Laughter. Dark
melting pot of different colours flashing before
documented most of my trip on Instagram and on
eyes. Colour. Culture. Textiles. Markets. Dancing.
my eyes. Pops and bursts of vibrant colour would
my online blog, in what I liked to call a wanderlust
Music. Happiness. Love. Faith.
paint the window canvas with over grown flora,
diary (let’s be honest, it sounds exotic). My first
brightly painted walls and embellished temples.
post prior to my trip was ‘What’s In My Ugly Khaki
A lot of the South East Asian people walk the
The window was slightly open and foreign aromas
Backpack’, a slight adaptation to the much loved
streets barefoot or in dusty slides, their skin dark
meandered through the crack, riding the humid
blogger post 'What’s In My Designer Handbag'.
and sun-kissed with a history of outdoor living and
air. It was a mix of incense, spices, steamed rice and
Trust me, fashion blogger turned backpacker
years of squinting in the hot sun.
something sweet my Australian nose did not quite
cannot always be glam. To my dismay those
I believe the deep wrinkles that pocket their
understand or recognise.
massive backpacks are not like Mary Poppins’
eyes give their faces character and add charisma
bottomless handbags. The reality: unaired clothes
to their warm smiles. I have met some of the
That fragrance was something I soon grew
that have more crinkles than epically failed
nicest-natured people on my travels, as well as the
accustomed to. “Travelling – it leaves you
origami. I gave up trying to find an iron for my
cheekiest. It was in Bali when I experienced my first
speechless then turns you into a storyteller,” was
fashion posts and opted for the multi-purpose
‘haggling’ experience, if you could even call it that.
an excerpt from my very first travel post on my
sarong all day every day.
I was a sorry excuse for a haggler. The unwanted
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WHEN IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DO –– –01 Barter. –02 Don’t be afraid to eat street food. (I didn’t get sick once the whole trip!) –03 Book as you go. –014 Go to Hoian in Vietnam (this was my favourite place on the whole trip). –05 Stay in a few hostels (this is how you meet new people). –06 Experience, eat and learn yourself about all the different cultures. –07 Learn how to say the basics in their language – this goes a long way.
DON'T –– –01 Do not leave your credit card in the ATM machine in Bali – the card comes out AFTER the cash (my boyfriend and I both did this in the first week of travelling! Rookie errors). –02 Do not get conned into buying a tailored suit before checking Trip Advisor first! –03 BEWARE of a cheap tuk tuk deal. There is ALWAYS a catch. –04 Don’t proudly boast your pink plastic shopping bag in the markets (yes they are colour coded depending how easy you are to sell to. Pink being easy, blue being hard). –05 Don’t book your flights home during school holidays. (Had to learn this the hard way). –06 Avoid a hostel on an intersection in Vietnam or Cambodia. They toot all through the night!!
ring on my toe is a reminder of the pushover I really am. Oh well, I have to hand it to the man for managing to squeeze that toe ring onto my dirty sandy foot before I could even have the chance to say ‘no’ or 'tidak' as the native language would have it. He deserved 100,000 rupiah just for the effort. restaurants and cafes to try! There were so many
Writing this back in Adelaide in the dark,
delicacies to devour in so little time.
hibernating depths of winter really has me having withdrawals. I find myself living vicariously through
my pushbike in the little streets was one of my most notable memories. The quaint narrow roads
When leaving South East Asia you can always
my old blog posts all the while not leaving my
are frequented cyclists, scooters, motorbikes,
depart your favorite place with a memento of
dressing gown and slippers. Yep, I think I have
tuk tuks, walkers, portable vendors, cars, cyclos,
sorts – namely a one size-too-small tailored suit,
Seasonal Affective Disorder. However, no matter
trucks, buses, and every last man and his dog! It
a Bintang singlet or a straw conical hat, however
how much we love to explore this phenomenal
was a chaotic and crazy hubbub, yet I loved being
my most prized keepsake is one that currencies
planet, there is still no place like home – and almost
a part of it and having a sense of community.
can not buy: the journey of self-discovery. Cliche,
nothing better than sleeping in your own bed!
I know, but as Marcel Proust once wisely said, ‘We The amount of eateries and shops are
do not receive wisdom, we must discover it for
overwhelming. I had major FOMO (fear of missing
ourselves after a journey through the wilderness
out) as Trip Advisor was teasing me with so many
that no one can take for us.’
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oseph sits humbly in his home, surrounded by an eclectic collection of furniture, art, records and trinkets. His belongings aren’t just for show. Joseph isn’t the kind
of person to chase a trend. He’s a self-accepted “normcore” guy, with a lineup of cereal boxes in the pantry and collection of neglected baseball caps. But his belongings have their own stories, and Joseph can tell you about each and every one of them. Like the stone bison sculpture he found at the Boat Shed Markets. Or the tribal spears he bought from the knick-knack store on Duthy Street. Or the traditional flax comb he won at an auction. “I’m a sucker for the sentimental pieces, I "spose,” says Joseph. It was a vintage sideboard passed on from his grandmother that first caught Joseph’s interest in finding rare and interesting pieces for his house. “I’ve been buying tiny things from tiny shops for a long time now. I wouldn’t have gone three days without picking up something and over the last seven years.” Joseph doesn’t shop online. He’s found all of these items with his own hands, from a variety of stores, auctions, jumble sales or had them passed down by his family. The theme of the house is hard to pin down. ‘Evolving’ would be a good way to explain it. “I used to like retro and now I don’t like retro at all. I like a piece that is stylish, irrespective of the era. Like, I never used to look at contemporary pieces, but now I do.”
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In the living room sits a brimming collection of records, that don’t get a chance to collect dust. Like the furniture, his evolving taste can take you from Buddy Holly and Talking Heads, to Roy Ayes and Sergio Mendes. The sign of a good night is when the gingerbread man cookie cutter, whichsits on the window sill near the record player, has danced to a new location from too many good vibrations. As part-owner of the equally quaint Proof bar, Joseph has found another reason (and excuse) to keep searching for beautiful and unusual items. “I love looking at statement pieces, but I can’t really fit any more stuff in my current house. I’m lucky that I can look for pieces that might apply at the bar too.” It’s clear that Joseph enjoys the hunt. It’s not just about the object, but where it came from. “You could buy something on eBay, but where’s the reward in that? It takes some of the shine off.”
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