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fete / a celebration of life

FÊTE /

I S S U E N o. 1 2 “…life has a funny way of putting you

on the right path. You just have to stand still long enough to listen to your gut and follow your heart – because without heart, the grandest of houses will fall short as a home.” INSPIRING RENOVATIONS / CREATIVE ENTREPRENEURS SHARE THEIR STORIES /

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photographs / T o m b l a c h f o r d i n t r o d u c t i o n / A N N AB E LL E K E R S LA K E

eat out at / patch café M E L B O U R N E / Just off bustling Bridge Street,

Studio Nine 1/32 Bendigo Street R i c h m o n d V I C TORI A 3 1 2 1 telephone 03 9029 0328 pa t c h k i t c h e n . c o m . a u mon-fri 7am-4pm sa t - s u n 8 a m - 4 p m

photograph by Briana Davis

Melbourne’s health conscious café set are flocking to Patch Café. Bringing the paleo philosophy to a wider community is high on the agenda and the team at Patch are committed to the cause. Considered design details at every turn, where industrial features meet a cool Scandinavian vibe, the space slick fitout is both uplifting and calming, the ideal destination to nourish body, soul and mind.


patch Café / A B O U t / Situated within the

heritage restoration of Studio 9 in Richmond, Melbourne, co-founders, Tom Davidson and Jacob Burke, have brought their love of clean eating to their community with Patch Café. D E C O R / Designed by Studio

You Me, Patch Cafê is intimate, inviting and warm with carefully considered details. paleo-inspired food sits well against a crafted design space that evokes a sensory delight, culminating in a holistic, relaxed and memorable dining experience. interior designer / studio you me graphic designer / best group / millicent derrick

f oo D & W I N E / Patch

Café combines clean-eating principles with accessible, nourishing food. The menu proves that eating in a Palaeolithic-inspired manner can be fun and enjoyable. Produce is fresh, local and direct from the source wherever possible, prepared for enjoyment and nourishment. Patch Cafê’s custom-crafted, gluten-free paleo bread is proving a popular choice for loyal customers especially as it can also be purchased to enjoy at home! head chef / b r e t t ta i t Front of house manager / alicia beckhurst

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photographs / A N S O N S M A R T i n t r o d u c t i o n / j an e c am e ron

eat out at / bills in bondi S Y D N E Y / In retrospect, it seems strange to think that there wasn’t a Bills in Bondi before now – the two go so seamlessly hand-in-hand. This 100-seater, chic eatery feels like home – the home of an artsydesignery friend who knows how to pull together great art, the latest designer furniture, covetable accessories and make it all look completely effortless of course. This eclectic, relaxed space is reflective of Bill Granger’s food which is renown for being seasonal, fresh and local – the kind of food your artsy-designery friend would definitely serve. 79 Hall Street Bondi Beach NSW 2026 telephone 02 8412 0700 bills.com.au mon-sun 7am-10pm


bills in bondi / A BO U t / There would be few

more recognisable Australian chefs than Bill Granger – a fella synonymous with our relaxed and coveted lifestyle. Twenty years after the opening of his first restaurant in Darlinghurst, Bill has given Bondi the nod with his latest offering. D E C O R / After a successful

partnership with Granger & Co in Nottinghill, Bills Hawaii and Bills Omotesando in Japan, Sydney-based interior design firm, Meacham Nockles McQualter, have nailed it again with the fitout at Bills in Bondi. It is at once welcoming yet classy and perfectly complements the relaxed, modern menu. interior design / Meacham Nockles M c Q u a lt e r graphic designer / in house / mary libro of feeder group

f o o D & W IN E / With

an emphasis on seasonal, local produce, the food is unpretentious, simple and satisfying as always – everything that Bill is famous for. The menu is a clever combination of health and fun – something to suit any dining mood. head chef / s h i r e e n r e i l ly Front of house manager / l a n e f i n l ay s o n

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This spread

01. L  arge Plates in Liquorice $27 each and Thom Mugs in Liquorice $19 each, all phendei, call 0418 899 767 02. P  orcelain Medium Plates in White $66 each, jardan.com.au 03. I KEA 365+ Glasses $4.95 for a pack of six, ikea.com.au 04. A  lmoco Flatware Five Piece Setting in Black USD$53, dwr.com. We used myus.com to ship to Australia. Similar at theminimalist.com.au 05. P  epper Grinder in White $35.95, livingbydesign.net.au 06. C  atalina Extra Small Vase $49.95, countryroad.com.au 07. S  ea Tangle Linen Throw in Silver Birch $149, kateandkate.com.au


photographs / j a n e c a m e r o n story / a n n a b e l l e k e r s l a k e and j a n e c a m e r o n

reminiscing / family favourites The cold months are a time to take solace in home-life and enjoy some much needed time out. All families have their tried and tested home-cooked favourites, harking from a time when mothers were thrifty, inventive and could make a simple meal go a mile. a n n a b e l l e / We live in a time of

J a n e / My mother is an extremely

celebrity chefs, paleo, gluten free, low

capable woman – she can do anything and

GI – the list goes on… as a result food has

everything so it is little wonder I learned

become more complicated. When I think

how to cook from an early age. As a young

of the meals that created memories for

wife and mother on a tight budget, she

me over the years, there are some distinct

taught herself how to prepare delicious,

dishes that jump to mind, all of them

simple meals for her family and has since

simple and all of them cooked by Mum.

passed on these skills to me – skills

Often my sisters and I would be bickering

definitely worth having!

around the table, almost always I would

I distinctly remember flipping through

have spilt my food (I was the youngest and

her stack of Epicurean magazines and

quite clumsy!) but I still smile when I think

endlessly poring over The Margaret Fulton

of that time.

Cookbook planning my dream dinner party,

My Mum was – and still is – an expert at making something out of nothing. No matter how simple the dish, there was always warmth around our family dinner table and the meal was always delicious. I have a lot to thank my mother for – cooking and homemaking skills were passed down to me through simple acts like preparing the evening meal and I would be saddened to think that some of these ‘retro classics’ may be lost, purely because of their humble ingredients. These dishes have evolved from our inventive mothers’ use of simple everyday ingredients that many would have in their pantry and the result is an easy and flavourful meal that feeds a whole family on a budget. I had forgotten how fantastic these all were and going through Mum’s old handwritten cookbooks has reminded me of how integral mealtime was to families – a tradition that is dwindling with our hectic schedules. Reliving some of these food memories has

complete with fancy hors d’oeuveres, of course. I felt proud I was the only one of my friends whose mum had a Magimix, which was certainly quite unique back in the 70s (she still has it to this day!). During the week Mum would come home from work to make quick, wholesome and satisfying meals, always followed by dessert – which she has since told me was to stretch out the meal as the budget was often tight. Who knew! My brother, sister and I savoured every single one of them. On Saturdays she would spend the day trialling new recipes, cooking up a feast for us all to enjoy as a family that evening. The menu was often a surprise, always delicious and so terribly exciting to me as a child. When I left home in my early twenties, Mum gave me a notebook in which she had handwritten each and every one of our family’s favourite dishes, her specialities and a few show-stoppers for good measure. I couldn’t say how many times I’ve referred to the now grubby,

stained and creased pages of that precious encouraged me to bring my family together book – it is something I will treasure through the ritual of dinnertime and I hope forever and ever because to me, it means it’s something that will continue on for many generations to come.

my childhood, my family, my history and every recipe brings back happy memories.


pudding 60G BUT TER, MELTED 2 t a ble s p o o n s B E S T Q U A L I T Y C O C OA , S I F T E D 1 CUP PLAIN FLOUR, SIFTED 2 T E ASPOONS B A K I N G PO W D E R , SIFTED 1 / 2 C U P C AS T E R S U G A R 1 LARGE EGG, L I G H T LY B E AT E N 1 / 2 C U P M I L K , full cre a m

sauce 2 t a ble s p o o n s B E S T Q U A L I T Y C O C OA , S I F T E D 1 / 2 C U P C AS T E R S U G A R 2 C U PS B O I L E D W A T E R , H O T

This ultra-simple dessert certainly isn’t fancy nor complicated, it’s just good old-fashioned comfort food at its best. It can be whipped up in minutes – I like to get it in the oven first, then while it’s bubbling away, I can prepare the mail meal so that everything is ready at precisely the right time!

chocol ate pudding / Recipe courtesy of Sue Cameron

method / Pre-heat oven to 160oC.

to serve

Melt the butter and use some to grease an ovenproof dish.

p o uri n g cre a m

Set aside.

v a n ill a icecre a m

In a large bowl, sift 2 tablespoons of the cocoa (reserving the remaining 2 tablespoons), flour and baking powder. Stir in 1/2 cup of sugar (reserving the remaining 1/2 cup) and mix well to combine all ingredients. Add milk and egg and mix with a rubber spatula. Stir in melted butter and mix until well combined. Pour batter into prepared dish and set aside. In a small bowl, mix together the remaining 2 tablespoons of cocoa and the remaining 1/2 cup sugar. Sprinkle this mixture over the cake batter ensuring an even coverage. Boil 2 cups of water. Transfer the pudding dish to the oven on a baking tray to catch any drips as the pudding cooks. When positioned on the tray, carefully pour over the hot water ensuring an even coverage. The water will sink to the bottom and combine with the cocoa and sugar coating to create the sauce. Cook for approximately 40 minutes, checking occasionally to see if the cake is cooked. If using a deep dish, the pudding may take an additional 10 minutes or so to cook.

this spread

01. B  rynn Pasta Bowl in White $12.95 and Tapas Breakfast Bowls in Matte Black $14.95 each, both countryroad.com.au 02. A  lmoco Flatware Five Piece Setting in Black USD$53, dwr.com. We used myus.com to ship to Australia. Similar at theminimalist.com.au

Remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly. Serve warm with cream or vanilla icecream. Store leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.


photographs / J A N E C A M E R O N introduction / A N N A B E L L E K E R S L A K E

at work with / anny duff In 2012, Adelaide-based production designer and stylist, Anny Duff, decided to turn her creative talents to her small-run fashion brand, B Goods Label. With strong ethical foundations and a commitment to the use of organic and environmentally-friendly materials, Anny is certainly making her mark as her dream of a sustainable, locally-manufactured clothing label has been realised. Together with partner, Adrian Reveruzzi, Anny lives an enviable inner-city, designer lifestyle – their home a creative sanctuary and her serene, minimalist workspace just a few doors away.


a selection from the b goods label range /


at work with / A N N Y D U F F of b g o o d s l a b e l

0 1 / Roly Poly Jumper in Navy $229, gormanshop.com.au

0 2 / Cowl Neck Top in Antique White $79.95, countryroad.com.au

0 3 / MHL Rolled Edge Jumper in Grey £135 + shipping, margarethowell.co.uk

0 4 / Cube Cuff in Dark Grey Powder Coated Mild Steel $80, resinatejewellery. bigcartel.com

0 7 / Pyjama Suit Shirt in Natural $215, bgoodslabel.com

0 8 / Womens Hemp Blend Jersey Tank Top in Indigo $95, bgoodslabel.com

0 9 / Felted Wool Kimono Sleeve Top in Charcoal $149, marcs.com.au

1 0 / Square Tank Top in Grey $59, fatstores.com.au

1 2 / Wide Leg Pant in Indigo $285, bgoodslabel.com

1 5 / Womens Loafer in Black $395, bgoodslabel.com

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1 6 / Brooklyn Loafer in Black $200, saba.com.au

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17 / H  and Sewn Slipper in Black Leather $480, feitdirect.com

0 5 / Classic Tux Watch $209, aarkcollective.com

0 6 / Upala Triangle Mirror Earrings in Silver $250, alpha60.com.au

1 1 / Rag & Bone Pilot Backpack in Black $805, incu.com

1 3 / Womens Capri Pant in Light Grey $245, bgoodslabel.com

1 4 / Koemi Skirt in Grey Marle $99, fatstores.com.au


the calm, minimalist space at open studio created by anny and adrian /


photographs / J A N E C A M E R O N story / A N N A B E L L E K E R S L A K E

renovations with / annabelle Renovating seems to be the ‘in thing’ to do these days. It’s easy to get caught up in the fads and peer pressure, but there is a lot to be said for being grateful for what you have and while my renovation journey is just beginning, it has been almost a decade in the making. It is only now that I truly understand what’s really important to me and my family – life has a funny way of putting you on the right path. You just have to stand still long enough to listen to your gut and follow your heart – because without heart, the grandest of houses will fall short as a home.


renovations with / a n n a b e l l e

01 /

02 /

03 / 09 /

08 /

04 / 07 /

05 /

t h i s pa g e

01. C  urve Hook in Black and White $40 each, coastalliving.net.au 02. Classic Wall Clock $79, boconcept.com 03. E  dgar Home Bell Lamp in White $189, safariliving.com 04. T  an Leather Cushion Cover $299, huntingforgeorge.com 05. O  gami Large Professional Notebook in Black $24.95, notemaker.com.au 06. O  ffice Meeting Table 150x75cm in White $699, freedom.com.au 07. F  old Large Tray in White $39.95, countryroad.com.au 08. K  vissle Cable Management Box $19.95, ikea.com.au 06 /

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09. N  ika Cushion in Grey Marle and Black $59.95 each, countryroad.com.au


T h i s pa g e

 he loft office space will eventually be T transformed into Eliza’s bedroom with a small ensuite when she is a little older, but for now it is the ideal location for fête HQ. A light-filled room with views across the property, it’s the perfect escape when working from home. With plenty of space, often two or three of the fête team can work together at any one time. 01. M  adras Rug 180x270cm $249, Stationer’s Trestle $449, both freedom.com.au 02. K  allax Shelving Unit in High-Gloss White $149, ikea.com.au 03. C  ustom Pin Board in Light Grey $POA and Jumbo Pin Board in Charcoal $280, both alandem.com.au 04. C  oncrete Planter $25, Maple Stirling, call 08 8370 1777 05. F  oliage from Austin Bloom, call 08 8398 0440 06. K  nuff Magazine File $14.95 for a set of two, ikea.com.au 07. K  orken Jar with Lid $2.95, ikea.com.au 08. F  old Small Tray in White $29.95, countryroad.com.au 09. J ug in Liquorice $45 and Thom Mugs in Liquorice $19 each, all phendei, call 0418 899 767 10. L  B Chair in White $440, industriax.com.au


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eat out at / patch café M E L B O U R N E / Just off bustling Bridge Street,

STUDIO NINE 1/32 BENDIGO STREET RICHMOND VICTORIA 3121 TELEPHONE 03 9029 0328 PAT C H K I T C H E N . C O M . A U MON-FRI 7AM-4PM S AT - S U N 8 A M - 4 P M

PHOTOGRAPH BY BRIANA DAVIS

Melbourne’s health conscious café set are flocking to Patch Café. Bringing the paleo philosophy to a wider community is high on the agenda and the team at Patch are committed to the cause. Considered design details at every turn, where industrial features meet a cool Scandinavian vibe, the space slick fitout is both uplifting and calming, the ideal destination to nourish body, soul and mind.


PATCH CAFÉ / A B O U T / Situated within the

heritage restoration of Studio 9 in Richmond, Melbourne, co-founders, Tom Davidson and Jacob Burke, have brought their love of clean eating to their community with Patch Café. D E C O R / Designed by Studio

You Me, Patch Cafê is intimate, inviting and warm with carefully considered details. paleo-inspired food sits well against a crafted design space that evokes a sensory delight, culminating in a holistic, relaxed and memorable dining experience. INTERIOR DESIGNER / STUDIO YOU ME GRAPHIC DESIGNER / BEST GROUP / MILLICENT DERRICK

F O O D & W I N E / Patch

Café combines clean-eating principles with accessible, nourishing food. The menu proves that eating in a Palaeolithic-inspired manner can be fun and enjoyable. Produce is fresh, local and direct from the source wherever possible, prepared for enjoyment and nourishment. Patch Cafê’s custom-crafted, gluten-free paleo bread is proving a popular choice for loyal customers especially as it can also be purchased to enjoy at home! HEAD CHEF / B R E T T TA I T FRONT OF HOUSE MANAGER / ALICIA BECKHURST

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photographs / A N S O N S M A R T introduction / J A N E C A M E R O N

eat out at / bills in bondi S Y D N E Y / In retrospect, it seems strange to think that there wasn’t a Bills in Bondi before now – the two go so seamlessly hand-in-hand. This 100-seater, chic eatery feels like home – the home of an artsydesignery friend who knows how to pull together great art, the latest designer furniture, covetable accessories and make it all look completely effortless of course. This eclectic, relaxed space is reflective of Bill Granger’s food which is renown for being seasonal, fresh and local – the kind of food your artsy-designery friend would definitely serve. 79 HALL STREET BONDI BEACH NSW 2026 TELEPHONE 02 8412 0700 BILLS.COM.AU MON-SUN 7AM-10PM


BILLS IN BONDI / A B O U T / There would be few

more recognisable Australian chefs than Bill Granger – a fella synonymous with our relaxed and coveted lifestyle. Twenty years after the opening of his first restaurant in Darlinghurst, Bill has given Bondi the nod with his latest offering. D E C O R / After a successful

partnership with Granger & Co in Nottinghill, Bills Hawaii and Bills Omotesando in Japan, Sydney-based interior design firm, Meacham Nockles McQualter, have nailed it again with the fitout at Bills in Bondi. It is at once welcoming yet classy and perfectly complements the relaxed, modern menu. INTERIOR DESIGN / MEACHAM NOCKLES M C Q U A LT E R GRAPHIC DESIGNER / IN HOUSE / MARY LIBRO OF FEEDER GROUP

F O O D & W I N E / With

an emphasis on seasonal, local produce, the food is unpretentious, simple and satisfying as always – everything that Bill is famous for. The menu is a clever combination of health and fun – something to suit any dining mood. HEAD CHEF / S H I R E E N R E I L LY FRONT OF HOUSE MANAGER / L A N E F I N L AY S O N

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THIS SPREAD

01.

Large Plates in Liquorice $27 each and Thom Mugs in Liquorice $19 each, all phendei, call 0418 899 767

02. Porcelain Medium Plates in White $66 each, jardan.com.au 03. IKEA 365+ Glasses $4.95 for a pack of six, ikea.com.au 04. Almoco Flatware Five Piece Setting in Black USD$53, dwr.com. We used myus.com to ship to Australia. Similar at theminimalist.com.au 05. Pepper Grinder in White $35.95, livingbydesign.net.au 06. Catalina Extra Small Vase $49.95, countryroad.com.au 07.

Sea Tangle Linen Throw in Silver Birch $149, kateandkate.com.au


photographs / J A N E C A M E R O N story / A N N A B E L L E K E R S L A K E and J A N E C A M E R O N

reminiscing / family favourites The cold months are a time to take solace in home-life and enjoy some much needed time out. All families have their tried and tested home-cooked favourites, harking from a time when mothers were thrifty, inventive and could make a simple meal go a mile. A N N A B E L L E / We live in a time of

J A N E / My mother is an extremely

celebrity chefs, paleo, gluten free, low

capable woman – she can do anything and

GI – the list goes on… as a result food has

everything so it is little wonder I learned

become more complicated. When I think

how to cook from an early age. As a young

of the meals that created memories for

wife and mother on a tight budget, she

me over the years, there are some distinct

taught herself how to prepare delicious,

dishes that jump to mind, all of them

simple meals for her family and has since

simple and all of them cooked by Mum.

passed on these skills to me – skills

Often my sisters and I would be bickering

definitely worth having!

around the table, almost always I would

I distinctly remember flipping through

have spilt my food (I was the youngest and

her stack of Epicurean magazines and

quite clumsy!) but I still smile when I think

endlessly poring over The Margaret Fulton

of that time.

Cookbook planning my dream dinner party,

My Mum was – and still is – an expert at making something out of nothing. No matter how simple the dish, there was always warmth around our family dinner table and the meal was always delicious. I have a lot to thank my mother for – cooking and homemaking skills were passed down to me through simple acts like preparing the evening meal and I would be saddened to think that some of these ‘retro classics’ may be lost, purely because of their humble ingredients. These dishes have evolved from our inventive mothers’ use of simple everyday ingredients that many would have in their pantry and the result is an easy and flavourful meal that feeds a whole family on a budget. I had forgotten how fantastic these all were and going through Mum’s old handwritten cookbooks has reminded me of how integral mealtime was to families – a tradition that is dwindling with our hectic schedules. Reliving some of these food memories has

complete with fancy hors d’oeuveres, of course. I felt proud I was the only one of my friends whose mum had a Magimix, which was certainly quite unique back in the 70s (she still has it to this day!). During the week Mum would come home from work to make quick, wholesome and satisfying meals, always followed by dessert – which she has since told me was to stretch out the meal as the budget was often tight. Who knew! My brother, sister and I savoured every single one of them. On Saturdays she would spend the day trialling new recipes, cooking up a feast for us all to enjoy as a family that evening. The menu was often a surprise, always delicious and so terribly exciting to me as a child. When I left home in my early twenties, Mum gave me a notebook in which she had handwritten each and every one of our family’s favourite dishes, her specialities and a few show-stoppers for good measure. I couldn’t say how many times I’ve referred to the now grubby,

stained and creased pages of that precious encouraged me to bring my family together book – it is something I will treasure through the ritual of dinnertime and I hope forever and ever because to me, it means it’s something that will continue on for many generations to come.

my childhood, my family, my history and every recipe brings back happy memories.


PUDDING 60G BUT TER, MELTED 2 TABLESPOONS BEST QUALITY COCOA, SIFTED 1 CUP PLAIN FLOUR, SIFTED 2 TEASPOONS BAKING POWDER, SIFTED 1/2 CUP CASTER SUGAR 1 LARGE EGG, L I G H T LY B E AT E N 1/2 CUP MILK, FULL CREAM

SAUCE 2 TABLESPOONS BEST QUALITY COCOA, SIFTED 1/2 CUP CASTER SUGAR 2 CUPS BOILED WATER, HOT

This ultra-simple dessert certainly isn’t fancy nor complicated, it’s just good old-fashioned comfort food at its best. It can be whipped up in minutes – I like to get it in the oven first, then while it’s bubbling away, I can prepare the mail meal so that everything is ready at precisely the right time!

CHOCOL ATE PUDDING / Recipe courtesy of Sue Cameron

METHOD / Pre-heat oven to 160oC.

TO SERVE

Melt the butter and use some to grease an ovenproof dish.

POURING CREAM

Set aside.

VANILL A ICECREAM

In a large bowl, sift 2 tablespoons of the cocoa (reserving the remaining 2 tablespoons), flour and baking powder. Stir in 1/2 cup of sugar (reserving the remaining 1/2 cup) and mix well to combine all ingredients. Add milk and egg and mix with a rubber spatula. Stir in melted butter and mix until well combined. Pour batter into prepared dish and set aside. In a small bowl, mix together the remaining 2 tablespoons of cocoa and the remaining 1/2 cup sugar. Sprinkle this mixture over the cake batter ensuring an even coverage. Boil 2 cups of water. Transfer the pudding dish to the oven on a baking tray to catch any drips as the pudding cooks. When positioned on the tray, carefully pour over the hot water ensuring an even coverage. The water will sink to the bottom and combine with the cocoa and sugar coating to create the sauce. Cook for approximately 40 minutes, checking occasionally to see if the cake is cooked. If using a deep dish, the pudding may take an additional 10 minutes or so to cook.

THIS SPREAD

01.

Brynn Pasta Bowl in White $12.95 and Tapas Breakfast Bowls in Matte Black $14.95 each, both countryroad.com.au

02. Almoco Flatware Five Piece Setting in Black USD$53, dwr.com. We used myus.com to ship to Australia. Similar at theminimalist.com.au

Remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly. Serve warm with cream or vanilla icecream. Store leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.


photographs / J A N E C A M E R O N introduction / A N N A B E L L E K E R S L A K E

at work with / anny duff In 2012, Adelaide-based production designer and stylist, Anny Duff, decided to turn her creative talents to her small-run fashion brand, B Goods Label. With strong ethical foundations and a commitment to the use of organic and environmentally-friendly materials, Anny is certainly making her mark as her dream of a sustainable, locally-manufactured clothing label has been realised. Together with partner, Adrian Reveruzzi, Anny lives an enviable inner-city, designer lifestyle – their home a creative sanctuary and her serene, minimalist workspace just a few doors away.


A SELECTION FROM THE B GOODS LABEL RANGE /


at work with / A N N Y D U F F of B G O O D S L A B E L

0 1 / Roly Poly Jumper in Navy $229, gormanshop.com.au

0 2 / Cowl Neck Top in Antique White $79.95, countryroad.com.au

0 3 / MHL Rolled Edge Jumper in Grey £135 + shipping, margarethowell.co.uk

0 4 / Cube Cuff in Dark Grey Powder Coated Mild Steel $80, resinatejewellery. bigcartel.com

0 7 / Pyjama Suit Shirt in Natural $215, bgoodslabel.com

0 8 / Womens Hemp Blend Jersey Tank Top in Indigo $95, bgoodslabel.com

0 9 / Felted Wool Kimono Sleeve Top in Charcoal $149, marcs.com.au

1 0 / Square Tank Top in Grey $59, fatstores.com.au

1 2 / Wide Leg Pant in Indigo $285, bgoodslabel.com

1 5 / Womens Loafer in Black $395, bgoodslabel.com

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1 6 / Brooklyn Loafer in Black $200, saba.com.au

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1 7 / Hand Sewn Slipper in Black Leather $480, feitdirect.com

0 5 / Classic Tux Watch $209, aarkcollective.com

0 6 / Upala Triangle Mirror Earrings in Silver $250, alpha60.com.au

1 1 / Rag & Bone Pilot Backpack in Black $805, incu.com

1 3 / Womens Capri Pant in Light Grey $245, bgoodslabel.com

1 4 / Koemi Skirt in Grey Marle $99, fatstores.com.au


THE CALM, MINIMALIST SPACE AT OPEN STUDIO CREATED BY ANNY AND ADRIAN /


photographs / J A N E C A M E R O N story / A N N A B E L L E K E R S L A K E

renovations with / annabelle Renovating seems to be the ‘in thing’ to do these days. It’s easy to get caught up in the fads and peer pressure, but there is a lot to be said for being grateful for what you have and while my renovation journey is just beginning, it has been almost a decade in the making. It is only now that I truly understand what’s really important to me and my family – life has a funny way of putting you on the right path. You just have to stand still long enough to listen to your gut and follow your heart – because without heart, the grandest of houses will fall short as a home.


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T H I S PA G E

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Curve Hook in Black and White $40 each, coastalliving.net.au

02. Classic Wall Clock $79, boconcept.com 03. Edgar Home Bell Lamp in White $189, safariliving.com 04. Tan Leather Cushion Cover $299, huntingforgeorge.com 05. Ogami Large Professional Notebook in Black $24.95, notemaker.com.au 06. Office Meeting Table 150x75cm in White $699, freedom.com.au 07.

Fold Large Tray in White $39.95, countryroad.com.au

08. Kvissle Cable Management Box $19.95, ikea.com.au 06 /

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09. Nika Cushion in Grey Marle and Black $59.95 each, countryroad.com.au


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The loft office space will eventually be transformed into Eliza’s bedroom with a small ensuite when she is a little older, but for now it is the ideal location for fête HQ. A light-filled room with views across the property, it’s the perfect escape when working from home. With plenty of space, often two or three of the fête team can work together at any one time. 01.

Madras Rug 180x270cm $249, Stationer’s Trestle $449, both freedom.com.au

02. Kallax Shelving Unit in High-Gloss White $149, ikea.com.au 03. Custom Pin Board in Light Grey $POA and Jumbo Pin Board in Charcoal $280, both alandem.com.au 04. Concrete Planter $25, Maple Stirling, call 08 8370 1777 05. Foliage from Austin Bloom, call 08 8398 0440 06. Knuff Magazine File $14.95 for a set of two, ikea.com.au 07.

Korken Jar with Lid $2.95, ikea.com.au

08. Fold Small Tray in White $29.95, countryroad.com.au 09. Jug in Liquorice $45 and Thom Mugs in Liquorice $19 each, all phendei, call 0418 899 767 10.

LB Chair in White $440, industriax.com.au


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