ATTITUDEMAGAZINE.COM.AU DECEMBER – FEBRUARY 2015 FREE
SUMMER OF LOVE
EVOHAIR.COM - FOR MORE INFO CAll 1300 437 436
E V O速
OVER TO *imaginary technology, gimmicks, unnecessary over-marketed ingredients or blindfold-tested marketing waaahhhhhh!
FOUND WHEREVER GOOD HAIRDRESSERS ARE STOCKED™
MEGAN WEARS: TOP AND SHORTS FROM MIDWEST TRADER ATTITUDEMAGAZINE.COM.AU DECEMBER 2014 –FEBRUARY 2015
Editor Tess Martin email@example.com Staff Writers Ilona Wallace Daniela Frangos Walter Marsh Creative Director Ed Schillace www.edschillace.com Group Art Director Sabas Renteria firstname.lastname@example.org Contributors Charlotte Kleut Claire Morton Laura Taraniuk Lucy Ahern Tammy Tu Tara Murdoch Moore Tomas Telegramma Intern Charlotte Kleut Photographers Alice Healy Andre Castellucci James Hartley Katelin Delhanty Kane Overall Maya Kolega Neon Theory
WARM NIGHTS, COOL DRINKS, MOSQUITO BITES AND LONG DAYS. FRIENDS, SUMMER HAS ARRIVED AND WE ARE IN FULL-SWING THIS ISSUE. WE SPENT MORE TIME OUT OF OFFICE: WE PACKED UP THE CREW AND SPENT A DAY AT ALDINGA BEACH WHERE WE SHOT OUR FASHION EDITORIAL. STAYING SEA-SIDE, WE HEADED OUT TO SEMAPHORE THROUGH TO PORT WILLY IN OUR COASTAL FEATURE, BRINGING YOU ALL THE BEST IN DINING, BARS, SHOPPING AND THINGS TO DO OVER THE SUMMER.
Advertising and Marketing Manager Charlotte Chambers email@example.com
WITH SO MUCH ON OVER THE HOLIDAY BREAK, IT’S EASY TO FORGET WHERE TO BE, WHAT’S ON AND WHAT DAY OF THE WEEK IT IS BUT OUR FESTIVAL FEATURE HAS ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW TO KEEP YOU ON TRACK. IT ALSO INCLUDES A ‘GET THE LOOK’ FASHION GUIDE AND 'UNSURPRISINGLY' STRINGLETS DIDN’T MAKE THE CUT.
Managing Director Manuel Ortigosa Rip It Up Publishing Level 8, 33 Franklin Street Adelaide SA 5000 Ph 08 7129 1030 Fax 08 7129 1058
BUT THIS ISSUE IS REALLY YOUR ISSUE. YOU’VE GIVEN US YOUR BEST HOLIDAY SNAPS FOR THE TRAVEL PAGE AND DUSTED OFF THE PHOTO ALBUM FOR PICTURES OF YOUR OLDS AT TIME WHEN THE FASHION WAS FIERCE AND THE HAIR-DOS WERE FRIZZIER.
Opinions published in Attitude Magazine are not necessarily those of the editor or publisher. No responsibility is taken for the contents, illustration or advertisements.
© COPYRIGHT 1994
Attitude Magazine All Rights Reserved. All materials published in Attitude are subject to copyright. No part may be reproduced without written permission from the publisher.
Printing Newstyle Printing
| 4 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
2014 / 2015
27 - 22
13 - 15
hereâ€™s to now coriole vineyards coriole.com
adelaide fringe festival adelaidefringe.com.au
exit light square gallery tafesa.edu.au
21 - 22 23 - 25 19 christmas twilight races morphettville race course sajc.com.au
crush festival adelaide hills crushfestival.com.au
27 - 15
4 - 15
Moonlight Cinema Botanic Park moonlight.com.au/adelaide
laneway festival adelaide.lanewayfestival.com
| 6 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
adelaide festival adelaidefestival.com.au
BIRD in HAND
‘POUR LES AMOUR’ New D&B Rosé
A collaboration with designer Dan Single and model Bambi Northwood-Blyth.
ENTER our D&B Rosé competition on facebook for your chance to WIN six bottles.
facebook.com.au/ birdinhandwiner y
Discover more at birdinhand.com.au Cool Climate Australian Wine | Restaurant | Art Gallery | Design Collection | Concerts & Events
STREET STYLE JENNA DELCANO
WE SNAPPED THOSE WHO HAVE GOT IT GOING ON IN ADELAIDE PHOTOS: MAYA KOLEGA
MADELEINE HEATH JAMES GRAHAM
| 8 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
FASHION MEETS CHARITY W R I T T E N B Y L A U R A TA R A N I U K
T ADELAIDE’S ROYALE COLLECTION WRITTEN BY CHARLOTTE KLEUT
delaide designer Jaimie Sortino has an eye for romantic fairytale confections with a contemporary twist. His latest collection, Rex Royale, brings you the princess moments most girls dreams of. 'Rex meaning sovereign or royalty, seemed to fit the inspiration behind this collection,” Sortino says. Inspired by real-life screen princess and style icon Grace Kelly, Rex Royale has been designed for women who want to create that ‘wow’ moment in a room. “And who wouldn’t want a Grace Kelly moment?” asks Sortino. For this collection, Sortino used the 50s era in fashion as his
source of inspiration, taking the iconic silhouettes and giving the designs a modern-day edge. Sortino chose to design and create his own textiles such as dip-dyed satins, which form beautiful drapes and shapes. You can also expect to see intricately beaded lace, soft pastels and rich red and dark blue hues, signature to Sortino's style and label. Rex Royale mirrors a simplistic, modest style, yet embraces pure elegance sure to make any woman feel like royalty. FACEBOOK.COM/JAIMIE.SORTINODESIGNS
Discover your creative potential through our summer school courses in: Acting Print Making Fashion Arts Writing 3D Printing Mural Painting Ceramics
To find out more on go to acarts.edu.au or phone 8463 5033
Adelaide College of the Arts 39 Light Square Adelaide 5000
| 1 0 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
ied Together is a new men’s accessory range of bow ties and neckties, with a cause. CEO Will Bruce and co-founder Andy Tong, along with ambassadors Hugh Sherridan and Gary Sweet, are raising awareness about breast cancer, prostate cancer, mental health, youth homelessness, animal welfare and marine conservation by creating a common talking point of serious issues in a not so serious fashion.“Tied Together’s products present a great way to create a common talking point for serious matters,” says Bruce. For a tidy $39-$59 you can join in the love with 30 percent of each sale donated to various Aussie charities including National Breast Cancer foundation’s ‘Real Men Wear Pink’ campaign, Beyondblue, RSPCA and more.
INSIGNIA WRITTEN BY CHARLOTTE KLEUT
TORZ MENSWORTH A G E N C Y: P R I D E M O D E L S
delaide girl Kirsty Irwin has embarked on another leading edge adventure, bringing you her latest creation, INSIGNIA Accoutrement. Co-founded with her close friend and work colleague, Leah Clarke, the dynamic duo has designed a handful of edgy, yet timeless, silver ring; set to keep your hands happy and fashionable. “All the rings are stackable, so that you can achieve the ultimate collection of hand candy,” Irwin says.
“INSIGNIA by definition is a distinguishing sign or mark. That is how we see our rings; they should be worn with pride and allow you to express your individuality.” You can expect to see their designs in some of Adelaide’s best boutiques in the upcoming months. @INSIGNIA_ACC INSIGNIAACCOUTREMENT.COM
I started modelling when I was 1 4 years old.
WILDDARTS BLOG WIN
When I was really young I used to sleep with 20 soft toys on my bed. Right now I’m listening to ACDC It’s a long way to the top.
My favourite place to eat in Adelaide is at the beach with some Subway.
delaide fashion blogger Mel Elsdon has won the title of ‘National Fashion Blog of 2014’ at the Annual Blogster Awards event held in Sydney. Her blog, Wilddarts, with over 2000 entries in nine categories.
My obsession is sport. I can’t get enough of it! I would describe my style as relaxed and stylish.
"To be celebrated as one of Australia’s top bloggers, not to mention the best fashion blogger, feels absolutely amazing!" says Elsdon. Wilddarts is reaching fashion devotees in over 128 countries with a focus on fashion, styling, art and lifestyle. We can expect more from the Wilddarts marque, with Elsdon saying, “I think next I’m going to shift my focus to styling.”
One thing no one knows about me is that I’m a massive perfectionist. The highlight of my career so far is my trip to Melbourne test-shooting with amazing people. Something I want to achieve is to be featured in a Vogue.
| 1 2 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
TAKE ON THE TOP END OF TOWN Step out this summer with class and confidence. Whether you need to refresh your wardrobe or refresh your palette, Rundle Street East has the best of Adelaideâ€™s fashion houses and hospitality all in the one spot.
ALANNAH HILL BAUHAUS CALIBRE GORMAN JACK LONDON MIMCO M.J. BALE MORRISON SABA SASS & BIDE TIGERLILY ZIMMERMANN www.rundlestreet.com.au Facebook/RundleStEast Twitter & Instagram @RundleStEast
Paul wears - Durham red jacket, shirt and chinos from M.J. Bale Neika wears - Seaspray tank and Malibu pant from Gorman
second Lululemon Athletica store has opened at Burnside Village, meeting the demands of a location with a strong culture of yoga and fitness. Lululemon is a yoga-inspired athletic apparel company that creates clothes that are built by athletes for athletes. Not only an apparel store, Lululemon is a hub for health on everything from where to find different types of yoga, to the best running trails, and goal-setting. Lululemon offer complementary in-store yoga and fitness, so head in there today to for your fitness fix. T40-447 PORTRUSH ROAD BURNSIDE VILLAGE LULULEMON.COM.AU
This summer, it’s all about the hat.
ocally owned 66 The Label specialises in headwear, crafting hats that are simple yet luxurious. Their latest collection, ‘Isle of Capri’, is a timeless range of 100% natural straw brims – think clean lines and versatile styles with an edge. Designing from their Norwood studio, co-creators Rochelle Flynn and Kellie Gage found inspiration in the Italian coastline for this range. “Our high summer collection, ‘Isle of Capri,’ evolved from our love of some of the rocky limestone beaches of Italy. Also, the stark contrast between the rich blue sky and | 1 4 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
white and colourful villas along the Italian coast,” says Rochelle. Each hat has been created with purpose and quality in mind, reflecting Flynn and Gage's passion for uncomplicated design. “We created a range that could cater for various occasions, styles and personal tastes. Our short-brimmed hats are all unisex and we have concentrated on designing a good variety of moulded crown styles to suit everyone’s head shape,” says Rochelle. Choose your style like you would an Italian lover. The ‘Freshwater’ fedora is a classic good-looker. Large-brimmed ‘Cruiser’ loves to make a statement. You’ll find ‘The Captain’ boater reclining on a yacht somewhere. WWW.66THELABEL.COM
WRITTEN BY CLAIRE MORETON
SILKEN SILHOUETTES Softly flowing kimonos. Effortlessly cool mini dresses. WRITTEN BY CLAIRE MORETON
he pastel-hued Instagram of up-and-coming fashion brand Nell The Label hints at what we can expect from Adelaide designer Charlotte Stanforth. With a visual arts background, the 21-year-old creates her own textile prints, designs the garments, and sews them all together – she’s talented, to say the least. Nell The Label’s dreamy, relaxed designs are a welcome addition to Adelaide’s fashion industry. “I feel that Nell The Label appeals to youthful individuals who like to experiment and have fun with fashion,” says Stanforth. With a keen eye for perfection, Stanforth carefully selects the fabrics
she uses for each of her pieces. “All of my artwork is printed onto silk. It is important to me to use quality and luxurious fabrics that complement the simple silhouettes of my designs,” she says. Stanforth cites art and travel as her main sources of inspiration for Nell The Label. The standout print from her first collection – a blue and grey design featuring watercolour art, illustration and photography – was inspired by New Zealand’s unique landscapes. Presently, Stanforth is busy refining Nell The Label’s first collection, so her designs aren’t available to purchase – yet. Stay tuned for her 2015 launch. INSTAGRAM: @NELLTHELABEL
CLASSES AVAILABLE FOUNDATIONS
YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
DEBIT DIRECT RSHIP E B MEM ABLE IL A V A
COSMIC JUICE CLEANSE AND COLONIC HYDROTHERAPY starting this spring!
cosmicyogastudio.com.au | 137-139 Brebner Drive, West Lakes (08) 8355 4452
EXHIBIT NICOLA ROWLAND
At the end of each year graduating Bachelor of Visual Art and Design students from The Adelaide College Of The Arts have the opportunity to exhibit a selection of their works in celebration of the completion of their study, aptly names EXIT.
’ve been at AC Arts studying the Bachelor of Visual Arts part-time for a couple of years now, majoring in Printmaking. The work I produce is all using letterpress, whether it is lead-type or wood-type on lightweight, almost transparent Japanese papers. I’ve recently started using white inks with a pearlescent pigment mixed in, which makes the text appear almost invisible on first inspection. For me, art is passion. It is a way for me to create and share with people in ways that I would not be able to otherwise. Studying the
Bachelor of Visual Arts has allowed me to push myself as an artist and as an individual. We have such an abundant collection of letterpress equipment at AC Arts. I would not have had the opportunity to study the art of letterpress as much as I have studying at AC Arts. It has such a fantastic community where you can always ask for opinions or bounce ideas with other people. The term EXIT doesn’t signify an end for me, I feel as if EXIT is a transitional passage as I move between one stage in my life to another. The exhibition is a platform for emerging artists to move further in their arts career.
The course has given me the skills to work across several mediums including bronze casting, clay modelling, stone and wood carving all of which I will continue to apply to my work. Having a foundry including experienced staff technicians like Andrew Stock and wizard Rod Lawrie available, has been one of the most valuable assets for me. Exit is a rare opportunity to gain wide exposure for my work and hopefully serve as introduction into the local wider art world.
PAT R I C K H E AT H
have just completed my Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design at AC Arts, majoring in sculpture. My current work seeks to explore the latent communicative potential of everyday objects and materials. Deliberately ambiguous, the works hint at themes of cultural identity and play with ideas of iconography and the fluid boundaries of sculpture itself.
27 Nov, 2014 – 22 Jan, 2015 39 Light Square Gallery, Adelaide College of the Arts Centre, basement level TAFESA.EDU.AU | 1 6 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
NEWS. BY LUCY AHERN
Standing Ovation 2014 has been a pretty damn big year for designer Simmone Standing. She rebranded her label from Naked Underneath to her own self-titled line, saw her designs grace magazine covers and finally took out the Adelaide Fashion Festival’s Emerging Designer of the Year Award with a collection full of crisp whites, directional cuts and an undeniable 'so fresh, so clean' vibe. We talked fresh starts, whirlwind moments and all-white everything with Adelaide’s designer on the rise. When did you know you wanted to be a designer? It all happened by accident really – I was in primary school and completely unaware of what a designer was, but I just couldn’t help but sketch clothing that I wanted but had never seen. How would you describe your label and its aesthetic? This range specifically is all about clean cuts with geometric shaping; aside from pleated mesh the range has nothing soft or draped. My aesthetic, however, is always changing; each year my look changes and so do my designs and my inspirations. My winter range inspiration is currently looking at large folds and heavy fabrics and possibly some fur.
FAST FIVE Who are you favourite designers/labels? There are just so many! At the present time though I love Australian labels such as Ellery, Toni Maticevski and Dion Lee. If you had to wear one thing for the rest of your life it would be… A black tailored suit with a t-shirt and stilettos… never dates. I never leave the house without… Great shoes, lip balm
Tell us about your winning collection. As the collection was to be for the launch of my new label and entry into the Emerging Designer Award, I chose to keep it completely white to show the detail in my cut and the fabric choices; I wanted it to be clean and fresh. I think cumulatively-with all the pattern making, development and production-this whole range possibly took me over 500 hours, although it felt like a million. What were your first thoughts when you were announced as the winner? “Did they just say Simmone Standing? Oh my gosh, I have to walk down that runway, eek!” What’s your personal style like? I would describe it as eclectic and constantly evolving. My style changes day by day, but as long as I feel I’ve dressed for myself I never feel lost in my clothes. What’s next for you and the label? Next I’ll be focussing on my 2015 winter range and my spring/ summer 2015/16 range, which I’m hoping may include some swimwear. My next big goal is incorporating menswear into my ranges.
and moisturised skin.
What brought on the rebrand from Naked Underneath – and has your aesthetic changed with it? With Naked Underneath I was predominately focussed on creating a saleable product for the masses – this never sat well and I never completely loved what I had created. After giving it one last go – with an attempt at manufacturing overseas that went horribly wrong – I decided it was time for a change.
Dream purchase? Currently lusting after the Lanvin Tribale fringed textured-leather shoulder bag. Style icon? This week it's Nicole Warne…next week, who knows?
| 1 8 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
Best piece of advice for emerging designers? The hours are terrible, yes, but keep at it, as it’s worth it. Don’t compromise on quality. Understand your worth; your blood, sweat and tears go into each piece, so don’t undercut yourself. And design for yourself—it keeps it true and honest so people will want to get to know and be a part of your story. SIMMONESTANDING.COM.AU
SINK YOUR TEETH INTO THE GARDEN OF UNEARTHLY DELIGHTS SO MANY INCREDIBLE SHOWS AND ONLY 32 NIGHTS TO SEE THEM!
VELVET • SCOTCH & SODA TUBULAR BELLS FOR TWO • WIL ANDERSON LIMBO • LA SOIRÉE • DAVE HUGHES
SAM SIMMONS • PUDDLES PITY PARTY USA • FELICITY WARD ABANDOMAN UK • J. MASCIS USA • DAN SULTAN • WOMANZ ADRIENNE TRUSCOTT USA • CAMILLE O’SULLIVAN • KATE CEBERANO TONI CHILDS • LE GATEAU CHOCOLAT UK • VIKA & LINDA DJ PHONE HOME • TOM GLEESON • SEX IDIOT UK IL FRAGRANTE NZ • HEATH FRANKLIN • THE BLACK SORROWS TEX PERKINS • JUSTIN HAMILTON
FEB 12-MAR 15 2015
WWW.GARDENOFUNEARTHLYDELIGHTS.COM.AU R U N D L E PA R K , E A S T T E R R A C E , A D E L A I D E
delaide-based eco-fashion label, Vege Threads, has launched their debut summer 2015 range using 100 per-cent Australian dyed and made organic cotton. They have also teamed up with local shoemaker Beccy Bromillow to showcase a sustainable and ethical summer sandal. The sandals are handcrafted here in Adelaide and made from kangaroo leather, which has been vegetable-tanned.You can view the new Vege Threads collection online or in-store and lust over the equally adorable shoes. VEGETHREADS.COM
FINDERS KEEPERS X FIT BY CLAIRE MORETON
Transcending the boundaries of fitness and fashion, Finders Keepers The Label is launching its own line of activewear – Finders Keepers X Fit.
nspired by Head Designer Kate Anderson’s love of exercise, the range boasts a selection of colourful graphic prints and classic, flattering cuts. “Exercise is such an important part of my daily routine and I know I’m not the only one!” says Kate.“I struggled to find exercise clothing that was both functional and fashionable. Finders Keepers is all about looking your best at all times, no matter what you’re doing.” The Adelaide-based label is already renowned for its innovative, versatile designs, and Kate felt a move into activewear was inevitable. “I always considered Finders Keepers to be as much about lifestyle as it is about fashion,” she says.“Finders Keepers X Fit is helping me realise that vision.”
Sporting prints from every Finders Keepers collection on quality activewear, Finders Keepers X Fit will include all the fitness essentials – crop tops, leggings, singlets and shorts – as well as bomber jackets, jumpers, and a range of accessories, such as towels, water bottles and yoga mats. The debut collection will feature the striking leopard print and floral tartan from Finders Keepers’ November range, ‘The Harvest’. Finders Keepers X Fit will be available to purchase via Shopbop, The Iconic and BNKR in November 2014. It will be released worldwide in January 2015. FINDERSKEEPERSTHELABEL.COM.AU
delaide designer Paolo Sebastian recently launched his 2015 autumn/ winter couture collection, 'The Sleeping Garden.' Inspired by the untamed beauty of midwinter woodland, his collection induces a sense of enchantment, with delicate three-dimensional blossoms, willow-branch beading and romantic bow detailing. This beautiful 18 piece collection features elaborate beadwork and embroidery signature to his style, and a colour
palette of soft rose, iris, midnight blue and bronze. At just 24 years of age, this talented designer never ceases to amaze. Popular on both the runway and red carpet, Sebastian's whimsical designs are tailored to accentuate the beauty of the female form. Each piece is handcrafted locally, and custommade to suit ant body shape. 'The Sleeping Garden' collection is a dream brought to life. PAOLOSEBASTIAN.COM
| 2 0 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
WRITTEN BY CHARLOTTE KLEUT
THE SLEEPING GARDEN
FIRST ROUND ANNOUNCEMENT
DRaKE AVICII PRODIGy THE
FOR THE FIRST TIME
AFROJACK · MARTIN GARRIX NERO · EXAMPLE · DIE ANTWOORD SIGMA · 2 CHAINZ · KIESZA · TCHAMI BLASTERJAXX · ROBIN SCHULZ · KLINGANDE GORGON CITY · CARNAGE · BASSJACKERS YELLOW CLAW · THROTTLE & M A N Y M O R E TO B E A N N O U N C E D ! MON 9TH MAR ADELAIDE SHOWGROUND FULL INFO FUTUREMUSICFESTIVAL.COM.AU ®
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
NEWS. BY CLAIRE MORETON
FASHION ICONS A REVIEW OF
aris: long-standing fashion capital. Adelaide: a young fashion industry carving out its niche. Often overlooked in favour of its eastern state counterparts, Adelaide is rarely treated to an elite fashion exhibition, which is why Fashion Icons: Masterpieces from the collection of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris is a unique opportunity to say 'bonjour' to some of the finest fashion in the world. Fashion Icons is a collection of over 90 haute couture and ready-to-wear garments from fashion’s most exceptional innovators, such as Christian Dior,Yves Saint Laurent, Coco Chanel, Alexander McQueen and John Galliano. It can be viewed exclusively at the Art Gallery of South Australia until February 2015. Curated by Pamela Golbin, chief curator of 20th and 21st century fashion and textiles at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, the exhibition follows the evolution of fashion over seven decades, from 1947 to the present day. Although there is a focus on French fashion houses and their vision, Fashion Icons includes pieces from influential international designers as well, creating a global design experience. It is testament to the evolutionary nature of the fashion industry: how notable designers have impacted the industry and how society has driven the availability and price point of garments. The historical journey begins in 1947, with the rounded shoulders, cinched waists and full skirts of Christian Dior’s post-war New Look. With the 1950s comes draped and structured evening gowns from Dior, Pierre Balmain and Cristóbal Balenciaga, some featuring the most exquisite jewelled detailing. The rise of affordable fashion in the 1960s features simpler cuts with a sportier aesthetic, as well as experimental metal designs from Paco Rabanne and François and Bernard Baschet.
The 1970s sees inspiration drawn from fine art, and the emergence of Japanese designers such as Issey Miyake and Comme des Garçons. The 1980s highlights the contrast between the rebellious austerity of the Japanese and the excesses of luxury sought after by status-hungry consumers. Minimalism truly comes into play in the 1990s, with designers such as Helmut Lang focusing on fabric rather than form. It is during this period that men’s fashion gets a look in, with a few designs on show for the gents. Concluding the exhibition is an eclectic assortment of garments from the 2000s to present, including the Dolce & Gabbana chrome bustier famously worn by Lady Gaga. The Art Gallery’s basement is an ideal setting for a stroll through fashion’s evolution. With each era defined within a room, the design journey is clearly outlined on a clean, modern backdrop. Accomplished French designer and architect Christian Biecher has created a cleverly arranged space that is uncluttered yet visually stimulating, with mannequins perfectly poised on low platforms, and standout pieces displayed in monumental glass cubes, accompanied by video projections of films and runway shows on the walls. If you feel as though you want to see more, it’s a good excuse to start saving for your trip to Paris, see the full collection at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, non? Tickets to the exhibition are sold online or at the gallery.
ART GALLERY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA NORTH TERRACE, ADELAIDE FASHIONICONS.COM.AU ON UNTIL FEBRUARY 2015
| 2 2 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
New homes now selling
Buy a new home at The Square with a $5,000* deposit and pay nothing more until it’s completed. Buying off the plan enables you to choose from various selections and finishes plus you can choose from a variety of house types. And with NBN included, you’ll always be close to your friends, wherever they are.
Sales Centre Open Wed 4pm–7pm, Sat–Sun 1pm–4pm 1300THE SQUARE thesquarewoodvillewest.com.au thesquareatwoodvillewest
J004253_Attitude Magazine Ad_FA.indd 1
* Full terms & conditions please visit the website.
27/11/2014 9:00 am
O N YA BI K E
PE DAL, PREP AND GO ! A
If you’re tired of being stuck in traffic and paying car parking fees every day, hop on your bike and ride in. Park your bike securely at the Myer Centre for only $15 per month. FOR MORE INFO CALL 84101142
| 2 4 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E A D V E R T I S I N G F E AT U R E |
W R I T T E N B Y TA M M Y T U
re you riding your bike into the CBD every day? Struggling to find somewhere to safely park your bike? The Myer Centre has the solution for you, 'Pedal, Prep and Go!' It’s the new bicycle parking and shower facilities that the Myer Centre offers the good cyclists of Adelaide – and it all works out to be only 50 cents a day. With the entrance via North Terrace, the secure bike racks are located on Level 2 of the Myer Centre Carpark and are only accessible with a personal swipe card. With your card you can rent out a locker to store your gear and use the shower facilities – which is especially important come this summer so you don’t have to show up to work or uni looking (and smelling) like you’ve just run a marathon. If you’ve thought about riding into the city before but feel unsure about leaving your bike on display in public, this is the answer to your problems. Riding into to work is a healthy and economical alternative to driving, and with a central and secure parking system in place at the Myer Centre, there's no excuse.
Y OUR 15 MINU T ES OF FA ME AWAIT Calling all aspiring musicians! The Myer Centre wants to help you live your dream by providing a free busking space in the centre on Fridays and Saturdays. In rain, hail, or searing heat, local artists will have a creative space to do what they do best. To apply, send your contact details, a resume, links to two of your songs and a photo along to. MYERCENTREBUSKERS@GMAIL.COM
SNAP AND WIN!
FOOD U ND ERG R O U N D T
he Myer Centre’s Food Underground has long been a place where the hungry have come to search for food during lunch breaks, or after work. This summer, the range has expanded including Indian Masala, which will add authentic and delicious Indian cuisine to the international flavours available. If you're a sweet tooth, look no further than LollyBomb which will be stocking all your favourites from Hershey’s, Reece’s, Milk Duds and even Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream. And let’s not forget the free wifi so you can post your food photos on Instagram while you eat.
| 2 5 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E A D V E R T I S I N G F E AT U R E |
TA K E A S E L F I E WITH RUDOLPH Head into the Myer Centre this Christmas season and snap an Instagram pic of the giant Rudolph for your chance to win a $500 gift card. Don’t forget to tag @myercentreade and #rudolph. The winner will be drawn at midday on Christmas Eve.
T H E E D I T. B Y TA M M Y T U
CRISP & CLEAN 2.
JCREW SPRING 15
JCREW SPRING 15
1. Striped Belt from Country Road | 2. Tom Ford Private Blend in Oud Wood from David Jones Adelaide Central Plaza | 3. Blazer from Jack London Rundle Street | 4. Sneakers by Common Projects | 5. Olivers People Sunglasses from Shades Rundle Mall | 6. Moroccan Neroli Post Shave Lotion from Aesop Burnside Village | 7. J Crew Shorts from mrporter.com | 8. Skagen Watch from Atomic Watch + Style | 9. Uppercut Deluxe Pomade from Boys Club Barbershop | 10. Shirt by Thom Browne
| 2 6 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
WIN AN AUDI FOR CHRISTMAS. Details in centre or visit burnsidevillage.com.au
Terms and conditions apply. To enter the competition, customers must spend $60 or more in any one single transaction at any retail store or Coles, or $15 at any cafe or food outlet within Burnside Village where the customer will receive an entry form with a code. Customers submit their entry, including entry form code online or use the iPads within centre. Competition commences 7.00am on Tuesday 4 November 2014 and ends 12.00pm Wednesday 24 December 2014. The winning entry will be randomly electronically drawn, using the computerised drawing system already approved by the OLGC under approval number 959, at Burnside Village, 447 Portrush Road, Glenside SA, 5065 at 2.00pm on Wednesday December 24 2014. A proof of purchase will be required to validate entry. The winner of the prize shall be notified in writing within 14 days of the draw and will be published in The Advertiser Newspaper on Friday 9 January 2015. The promoter is Burnside Village Pty Ltd. ACN 373 264 572. SA LICENCE NUMBER: T14/1856. The image of the Audi A3 Cabriolet TFSI shown is used for illustration purposes only, in which it may not depict the exact same features of the vehicle that is to be given away in this competition. To find out more details and features of the Audi A3 Cabriolet TFSI to be won please contact Burnside Village.
| 2 7 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
T H E E D I T. B Y TA M M Y T U
PREEN BY THORTON BREGAZZI SPRING 15
HOW TO BE PARISIAN
CHANEL SPRING 15
1. Michael Lo Sordo Poplin Shirt | 2. The Outsider Trouser from Sass & Bide Rundle Street | 3. Céline Box Bag | 4. Pearl Studs by Amber Sceats from ambersceats.com.au | 5. Chanel No. 5 6. Céline Audrey Sunglasses from Shade Rundle Mall | 7. NARS Dragon Girl Velvet Matte Lip Pencil from Mecca Cosmetica | 8. Crème de la Mer from David Jones Adelaide Central Plaza 9. Tie Up Espadrille by Seed Heritage | 10. Chloe Shirt from The New Guard
| 2 8 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
Wirra Wirra Cellar Door open until 7pm â€” 29th & 30th December 1st & 2nd January
Picnic spots BBQ Facility Cheese platters Wine tastings Cellar Door sales
PROFILE. B Y TA R A M U R D O C H
eta Kruger is an Adelaide-based jewellery designer whose stunning hand-constructed jewellery pieces are, without a doubt, individual works of art. We chatted with Kruger, who has developed a reputation for her creativity and clever use of composition, colours and shapes, to gain an insight into her background and her craft.
Inspired creatively from her early childhood years, Kruger studied a Bachelor of Visual Communication and worked as a graphic designer and illustrator.“I didn’t know contemporary craft jewellery existed until my mid-20s, and therefore I started working in other creative fields which require similar skills. Graphic design training gave me a language of shape and colour that I could communicate with, and illustration opened my thoughts to this visual language being hand made,” explains Kruger.“I like jewellery because it encapsulates both of those impulses. They are hand-made symbolic objects, which visually describe who we are and what we want to be.” Later, Kruger went on to study a Bachelor of Visual and Applied Arts specialising in jewellery, then worked as an assistant to jeweller Scott Wilson in London and undertook the Associate training program at the JamFactory in the Metal Design Studio, one of her career highlights. Kruger is certainly one busy lady; she has also undertaken a mentorship with jeweller Karl Fritsch in Germany and
New Zealand, a JamFactory residence, and workshops at Carclew’s Pom Pom Space to further explore and inspire her craft. Currently, Kruger is assembling work for a solo exhibition ‘Shapes of Things’ in February 2015 at Christchurch's The National. These works draw inspiration from textile artists of the Bauhaus, as well as paper craft activities devised by Friedrich Froebel in the 1830s for kindergarten students.“I am interested in these sorts of arrangements in geometric shapes which remind me of jewellery,” explains Kruger.
On a typical workday, Krugerb can be found researching materials and supplies, making prototype models, folding metal and painting a lot.“A collection or exhibition usually takes about a year for it to evolve in my mind, with lots of research and experimentation in between. I then take at least six months to play with designs and materials, to ascertain the physical weight and feel of what I am trying to achieve,” she says . “The final construction of work usually takes the least amount of time because my initial design work will take into consideration jewellery manufacturing processes; this also means the pieces can be made in multiples and eventually allows me to spend the majority of my time researching new collections.” Kruger successfully balances creativ ity and wearability in her pieces.“I the idea | 3 0 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
that the body can be an exhibition space, and by wearing a piece of jewellery you are able to illustrate an aspect of your identity or perhaps the mood you are in,” she says. “There are lots of technical restraints in making a piece wearable; you need to consider weight, comfort and durability. I find these limitations useful for working creatively because they lead me towards unexpected results.” After many years, Kruger is seeing a more integrated approach to her jewellery pieces, incorporating her background in graphic design and illustration. “This combination of techniques is something I try to strengthen in my work because I hope it will take me in new directions."
PETA KRUGER’S JEWELLERY IS AVAILABLE IN ADELAIDE AT THE JAMFACTORY AND PUSH PIN BOUTIQUE. PETAKRUGER.COM
SUMMER AT OUR PLACE CAN:DO 4 KIDS CAROLS ON COLLEY
SA BEACH VOLLEYBALL SERIES
AUSTRALIA DAY AT THE BAY
7 December 2014
December 2014 – January 2015
26 January 2015
BAY SPORTS FESTIVAL
ADELAIDE AIRPORT PRESENTS BRIGHTON JETTY CLASSIC SCULPTURES
HAVAIANAS AUSTRALIA DAY THONG CHALLENGE
26 – 28 December 2014
BAY SHEFFIELD CARNIVAL 27 – 28 December 2014
NEW YEAR’S EVE – GLO GLENELG AND FIREWORKS AT BRIGHTON 31 December 2014
26 January 2015
21 January – 1 February 2015
RETURN OF THE TOUR STREET PARTY
BEACH FRONT TWILIGHT MARKETS AT SEACLIFF 30 January 2015
22 January 2015
SANTOS TOUR DOWN UNDER BUPA STAGE 4
QATTRO GLENELG TRIATHLON 31 January – 1 February 2015
23 January 2015
Urban Outfitters Foil Heart 18 Inch Party Balloon | Celine Resort 2015 wearesodroee.com | Ginta Lapina by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Japan December 2014 wearesodroee.com | Mexican Nopal Prickly Pair Cactus | â€˜Young Gunnsâ€™ for Vogue US October 2014 wearesodroee.com | Saskia de Brauw by Collier Schorr for Document Journal Fall Winter 2014-2015 wearesodroee.com | Josefien Rodermans, Luke Powell by Aitken Jolly for Elle UK October 2014 wearesodroee.com | Lip Balm glossier.com | Maartje Verhoef by Johan Sandberg for Document Journal #5 Fall Winter 2014 wearesodroee.com | Saint Laurent glitter-finished-leather-ankle-boots net-a-porter.com | Pantone Pinks | Le Specs sunglasses net-a-porter.com | Filles a Papa swimsuit net-a-porter.com | Lara Stone for V Magazine Fall 2014 wearesodroee.com | Urban Outfitters Plum & Bow Animal Candle | Vogue Brazil October 2014 wearesodroee.com
W E LOV E .
| 3 2 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
| 3 3 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
SUMMER OF PHOTOGRAPHER: JAMES HARTLEY
HERE COMES THE SUN, HERE COMES THE SUN AND I SAY IT'S ALL RIGHT
STYLIST:STEPAHNIE SKORDAS STYLING ASSISTANT:FIONA SCOTT HAIR:BEN GULLY FROM MABE HAIR MAKE-UP:MILLIE HERD PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANT:KATELIN DELHANTY MODELS: MEGAN, ADELE, EMMA AND GABE FROM PRIDE
FROM LEFT: GABE: VINTAGE OVERALLS FROM MIDWEST TRADER | TOP, QUICKSILVER FROM EXTREME BOARD RIDERS GLENELG HAT FROM 66 THE LABEL MEGAN: TOP FROM MIDWEST TRADER | EMMA: BILLABONG SHIRT FROM EXTREME BOARD RIDERS GLENELG
| 3 5 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
VINTAGE OVERALLS MIDWEST TRADER / HAT 66 THE LABEL
| 3 6 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
| 3 7 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
EMMA: TOP STYLIST'S OWN / SHIRT BILLABONG MEGAN: TOP, MIDWEST TRADER
| 3 8 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
| 3 9 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
MEGAN: TOP, SOMEDAYS LOVIN’FROM GENERAL PANTS | VEST FROM ANTIQUE MARKETS | SKIRT FROM MIDWEST TRADER | GABE: ZANEROBE SHIRT FROM GENERAL PANTS | ADELE: BILLABONG WETSUIT
| 4 0 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
| 4 1 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
GIRLS WEAR BILLABONG WETSUITS
| 4 2 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
| 4 3 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
A– Z . BY TAMMY TU
ANCIENT GREEK SANDALS X CARVEN FROM MATCHESFASHION.COM
HOT 'N FRESH Attitude has you covered from A-Z to keep you fresh this summer
FEET RESTLESS SOCKS
K. KARL LAGERFELD WATCH FROM ATOMIC WATCH + STYLE
Q. QUAY EYEWEAR FROM BNKR STORE ADELAIDE
BEACH BAG BY STATE OF ESCAPE
GYM WEAR: LULULEMON GYM DUFFEL
HIVER CANDLE BY DIPTYQUE
L. M. LE LABO ROSE 31 FRAGRANCE
MECCA COSMETICA ‘TO SAVE FACE’ SPF30+ FROM BURNSIDE VILLAGE
R. S. W.
SAINT LAURENT BAG FROM DAVID JONES ADELAIDE CENTRAL PLAZA
RAF SIMONS X ADIDAS FROM MRPORTER.COM
VOLUSPA DIFFUSER IN TUBEROSE DI NOTTE FROM HUSK BURNSIDE VILLAGE
WITCHERY FIRST EDITION LEATHER VEST FROM BURNSIDE VILLAGE
| 4 4 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
DOWN TO EARTH BY FLIGHT FACILITIES
CIBO ICED LATTE
EVO SALTY DOG COCKTAIL BEACH SPRAY
JUICE BUREAU FROM ARGO ON THE PARADE
ISSEY MIYAKE BAO BAO POUCH
N. O. ORANGE NAIL COLOUR BY KESTER BLACK
NECKLACE BY NAOMI MURRELL
T. TOM FORD SHADE AND ILLUMINATE FROM DAVID JONES
X. X-POP GIRL SWAROVSKI CLUTCH BY SYLVIA TOLEDANO
P. POUR LES AMOUR ROSE, BY BIRD IN HAND
U. URBAN DECAY NAKED EYESHADOW PALETTE
Y. YELLOW HAMMAMAS TOWEL
| 4 5 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
Z. ZIMMERMANN BIKINI FROM ZIMMERMANN RUNDLE ST
JANICE LESLIE AND JENNY TILLEY
MY PARENTS WE CAN'T TURN BACK TIME BUT WE CAN LIVE IN THE PAST THROUGH PHOTOS OF OUR PARENTS WHEN THEY WERE COOL, ONCE UPON A TIME.
SANDY WILSON GORDANA KLEUT
KIT CHAMBERS AND SANDRA BROWN
| 4 6 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
NEW SEASON NOW IN STOCK!
| 4 7 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
CAREERS Profiling young professionals in Adelaide
Art director, designer, business owner of Mash
Head of Public Relations at Australian Fashion Labels
National Creative Director for Parlour Hair Group
Did you study? I worked in a salon after school as my parttime job; I was very lucky to gain a four year apprenticeship.
Did you study? The first was a Bachelor of Marketing at UniSA. The second was Visual Communication (majoring in Graphic Design) at UniSA. I learnt a lot of good stuff. How did you get into your role? It was a natural progression, really. In my final year at uni I began to get some freelance work, and from there things just snowballed. Now Mash is a studio of approximately eight to nine people, with six to seven in Adelaide and two in Melbourne. What is the best thing about your job? The fact that I have been lucky enough to be able to earn a living from something I love doing. Meeting exciting clients with inspiring business ideas, as well as other creatives and artists that we collaborate with. Advice for others aspiring to be in your field? If you love it, and you're good at it, do it! Getting employment may be difficult, but keep at it and don't rule out going interstate or overseas.You can always build your skills and come back with some experience under your belt in a few years. What is a normal day at work for you? Check and respond to emails, check what meetings are on for the day. Talk to the guys here about how jobs are progressing, talk and develop ideas and concepts. Maybe a bit of research time and some design time too.
PHOTO SIMON CECERE
Did you study? I studied a Bachelor of Media at the University of Adelaide. How did you get into your role? I was originally working in our sales department and the directors told me they wanted to take PR in-house. They offered me the opportunity to start the new department – I was ecstatic to say the least. What is the best thing about your job? Besides working with so many inspiring people, it is so rewarding when you see the results of your hard work in a magazine, website or on the runway… Being able to travel for work is also a bonus! Advice for others aspiring to be in your field? Never undervalue work experience. It sounds like a cliché – but it’s so true! Any small opportunity can open the door that can lead to the next big thing. What is a normal day at work for you? Everyday is always so different!
How did you get into your role? It certainly didn’t happen overnight. Like all good things, it takes time, determination, and experience to become a master at something. Robert Bava and I have owned our salon for over 20 years now. What is the best thing about your job? Definitely the diversity! It could be a day in the salon, perhaps getting called out for a celebrity client who’s flown into town, or a shoot in the outback. The best thing is making people feel great. Oh! Our team, we’re like a giant family; we treasure all of them. Advice for others aspiring to be in your field? Speak to your VET coordinator about a Certificate 2 in Hairdressing if you’re still at school. Door-knock at salons and arrange a work placement for experience; age is irrelevant, young or mature. Importantly, make sure you find it easy to serve others, the creative side is secondary to this aspect. What is a normal day at work for you? Some days I work in the salon on clients, but I also teach hairdressing. I travel nationally & internationally (Paris, Milan and NewYork) a lot for work too. I also do some freelancing session work.
PHOTOGRAPHY NEON THEORY
OH, SHE GLOWS BE RADIANT, BRONZED AND SAFE THIS SUMMER
| 5 0 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
Clockwise from: Aesop Protective Body Lotion SPF 50 150ml, Aesop Store Rundle Street | Mecca Cosmetica To Save Body SPF 50 200ml, Mecca Cosmetica Burnside Village | Kester Black Nail Polish in various shades, kesterblack.com | Nude by Nature Mineral Bronzer, nudebynature.com.au | MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation in ‘NC37’ | MAC Cream Colour Base in ‘Hush’ RRP | Bobbi Brown Bronzing Powder in Tawny Brown, Myer Centre Rundle Mall | Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge in Fresh Melon, Myer Centre Rundle Mall | Bobbi Brown Eye Shadow in Cement, Myer Centre Rundle Mall | La Mer The Lip Balm, cremedelamer.com.au | Sunday Riley Modern Lip Colour in Mona Lisa, Mecca Cosmetica Burnside Village | Shiseido UV Protective Stick Foundation, shiseido.com available from Myer Centre Rundle Mall | Philosophy Hope Is Not Enough Omega Oil, Mecca Cosmetica Burnside Village
| 5 1 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
B E AU T Y. WRIITEN BY CHARLOTTE KLEUT
CUTTING EDGE S
alon owners Martin Richter and Ben Gully from MABEhair have moved location and joined forces at their new premises with James Knight, Jodi Coulthard and Maxie the dog from Gang Hair.“It was just something that seemed right for both our businesses,” Gully says. Relocating from Rose Park to Glen Osmond Road meant they could create a bigger and even better space with the ultimate salon experience. “We really wanted to break away from the aesthetic of the previous location, while retaining the same laid back vibe,” he says. The new space certainly is a sight for sore eyes.It is architectural without feeling cold, using natural timber, marble bench tops, mirrors suspended from ropes, and obscurely shaped minerals pocketed in the nooks of the open timber shelving. All together, it creates a modern warehouse feel. MABEhairreps talent from local designers including A-Class Joinery, Agostino and Brown, Hunt Furniture and flowers by Louise Woodhouse. But the crown jewel is from much-revered English interior designer Tom Dickson, who fashioned the copper pendant hung above the counter. This will certainly be a place you come, not only for a quality hair service but to enjoy some muchneeded down time.
100 GLEN OSMOND RD, PARKSIDE MABEHAIR.COM.AU
RISE AND SHINE WITH E.S.K
ow you can have your scrub and eat it too. Adelaide girl Sally Paech has introduced a new beauty and skincare range, Organic-Goddess-Coconut-Scrub, made from 100 per-cent raw ingredients such as organic coconut oil, raw sugar, Kangaroo Island Crystal Salt and cinnamon. Plus, it smells like cake!
one of us look our best in the morning, and don’t you wish you had your homely comforts when you’ve woken up in someone else’s bed? Adelaide couple Jessica Dover and boyfriend Brock Birkin have the solution with their recently launched concept, Emergency Sleepover Kit.
Ten items have been packed into a travel pouch, designed to suit the busy girl on the go.“It easily fits into your bag, clutch, coat pocket or car console…and stocks every female’s daily essentials,” Dover says. E.S.K is someone who will always have your back, especially the morning after!
EMERGENCYSLEEPOVERKIT.COM.AU | 5 2 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
SUM M ER SCENTS THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO MMMMM
Clockwise From: Philosophy Pure Grace spray fragrance, philosophy.com | Salus Lemongrass Soy Candle, salusbody.com.au | La Maison Glasshouse Parfum d’Intérieur, Number 6, Le Desire Ardent, glasshousefragrances.com | Circa Home soy candle circahome.com.au | available from Bed Bath N’ Table Burnside Village | Bottega Veneta pour homme, David Jones Rundle Mall La Mer The Mist, cremedelamer.com.au | Jo Malone Lime Basil & Mandarin Cologne | Bottega Veneta Essence Aromatique, David Jones Rundle Mall | 5 3 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
W R I T T E N B Y TA M M Y T U
COAST TO COAST CITY OF PORT ADELAIDE Semaphore & ENFIELD Largs Bay EAT The Port Adelaide area covers the north western suburbs including Largs and Semaphore. Its best kept secret is the many cafés and brunch spots, perfect for a catch-up with some friends over the weekend. Go for a walk through the leafy, neighbourly streets or pop in for a friendly chat at one of the local eateries. Queenies Store 9 Jetty Rd, Largs Bay Rockefeller Cafe + Kitchen 245 Fletcher Rd, Largs Bay Whipped Bake Bar 1/35 Semaphore Rd, Semaphore Mayfair Bakery and Patisserie 156 Vincent Street, Port Adelaide
DRINK If your perfect summer afternoon is a cold beer down by the water, then the Port area more than meets these needs. Known for local establishments like the Largs Pier Hotel and The Palais, it’s a mixture of casual and cool and somewhere you can grab a bite and show up in your summer gear.
SHOP For shopping in the area, Fox On The Run is a one-stop-shop for vintage lovers. It’s a twolevel thrift mecca filled with carefully curated designer vintage and handmade clothing, perfect for something unique to wear. Owner, Meghan Fox also stocks a range of home wares vinyl records, books and artwork. There is something special for everyone. Fox On The Run 12 Jetty Road, Largs Bay Fisherman’s Wharf Markets Black Diamond Square, Port Adelaide
TO DO There’s plenty to do over the summer season in the area.You can dot around at the weekly Wild At Hart produce markets or check out the many events on offer. These are our picks for the summer: St Jerome’s Laneway Festival, February at Hart’s Mill lanewayfestival.com Semaphore Greek Festival January 17, Semaphore Foreshore Dolphin boat tours from Fisherman’s Wharf, portprincess.com.au Wild At Hart Markets open every Sunday, Mundy Street, Port Adelaide wildathart.com.au
portenf.sa.gov.au | 5 4 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
Summer is coming and we’re in for a scorcher. It’s a time when people trade their daily urban lives for the cooler settings of sand and sea. We all become more relaxed, slow-paced and jovial. What better way to spend a balmy night, or lazy afternoon than down by the ocean. Clear your calendar because there’s so much to see and do. For a nice place to eat, a refreshing aperitif or shops to peruse, Attitude Magazine shows you what's best from coast to coast.
CITY OF HOLDFAST BAY
Glenelg & Brighton
EAT Glenelg and Brighton have really come a long way in the last few years and there is certainly no shortage of eateries down by the bay. You’re spoilt for choice so if you’re after lunchtime snack, a sumptuous dinner or you’re on the clean-eating bandwagon - be sure to check out some these places.
A lot of time can be wasted browsing through the many boutiques. There are more than enough choices to satisfy your retail therapy needs. Whether you’re after beach and surf gear or the latest in Australian and international fashion there's something for everyone in these boutiques.
There’s only so much you can do while lying around on the beach so hire a bike and ride the Esplanade, or take to the water and try standup paddle boarding for a full body work- out.
Attitudes Boutique 53 Jetty Rd Kaviar Boutique 2/5 Nile St Extreme Boardrider 1/118 Jetty Rd Pari 61F Jetty Rd
The Edge Deli 47 Jetty Rd Grind It 4 Moseley St Eden Dining Room & Bar Shop 6 Lights Landing Holdfast Shores Royal Copenhagen 15-17 Jetty Rd, rcdessertbar.com.au
DRINK PURE Boutique Coffee Bar is the go-to place for a quality coffee in Glenelg and they serve the good stuff almost all day. Boasting beans from Guatemala, Honduras and Coasta Rica, there’s something to suit everyone. It also has a bar so why not go for some of their specialty drinks? We recommend the coffee infused vodka mixed with spiced rum, which provides one hell of a caffeine kick. PURE Boutique Coffee Bar 34 Jetty Road, Glenelg
| 5 5 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
Glenelg Bicycle Hire 71 Broadway, Glenelg glenelgbicyclehire.com.au Stand Up Paddleboarding, Seacliff standuppaddlesa.com 2015 Havaianas Thong Challenge, January 26th, Glenelg havaianasthongchallenge.com.au
CITY OF ONKAPARINGA
Pt Noarlunga, Pt Willunga & Aldinga
EAT Come and spend a foodie weekend in the blessed countryside of Onkaparinga, covering Port Norlunga, Port Willunga and picturesque Aldinga. Highly rated and well-loved restaurants are dotted through the area, all varying in price and cuisine but sharing in local and seasonal produce from SA farmers.
Fino fino.net.au Coriole Vineyards coriole.com Au Pear aupear.com.au Penny’s Hill pennyshill.com.au Star Of Greece starofgreece.com.au The Victory Hotel victoryhotel.com.au The Currant Shed currantshed.com.au
DRINK There’s one thing that this area isn’t short of and that’s wineries. Vino lovers can spend lazy summer days down in the heart of one of the world's greatest wine regions. There’s plenty to pick from but these are our top choices. Alpha Box & Dice Wines alphaboxdice.com Wirra Wirra Vineyards wirrawirra.com Hither & Yon hitherandyon.com.au Fox Creek Wines foxcreekwines.com
SHOP There’s only one reason that many savvy shoppers traverse this far south and that’s for recycle heaven Savers. Make like Macklemore and get around thrift shopping to update your summer wardrobe.
Esperenza, Monestrell by Wirra Wirra Wines Grenache Mataro Shiraz 2012 by Hother & Yon,
TO DO What better time to get in touch with nature than when the sun is shining? Grab a group of friends and come down to enjoy the views and maybe go on a tour the wineries. If getting active is more your thing, walk one of the many recreational trails or even catch a camel ride down the beach. Camel rides at Aldinga Beach westwoodparkservices.com The Arts Centre onkaparingacity.com Recreational Trails, head to the Onkaparinga City website to check out the trails. You can pick your location, difficulty, and length.
| 5 6 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
ATTITUDE FESTIVAL GUIDE
W R I T T E N B Y D A N I E L A F R A N G O S A N D W A LT E R M A R S H
AT A GLANCE SOUNDWAVE WHEN: February 21-22 WHERE: Bonython Park VIBE: loud, all-ages TICKETS: Single Day $132, two-day pass $188 soundwavefestival.com @soundwavefest
DON'T MISS MARILYN MANSON FALL OUT BOY SLIPKNOT SOUND GARDEN FAITH NO MORE JUDAS PRIEST
ack an extra set of earplugs and your favourite (preferably black) band t-shirt, because Australia’s largest and loudest hardcore and punk festival is back in its biggest form yet. 2015 will break new ground for Soundwave as the festival experiments with its first ever two-day program. Spread over Saturday and Sunday, the change will bring double the number of huge headliners including Slipknot, Marilyn Manson, Sound Garden, Faith No More, Judas Priest and Incubus. Soundwave 2015 won’t just be about 90s rock giants though. We can all relive our teenage My Chemical Romance phase, with former MCR frontman-turned-solo artist Gerard Way heading our way with his new flavour of scuzzy pop rock. Way won’t be the only Myspace music player fixture to be testing Bonython Park’s sound limits come February, as Fall Out Boy will return to Australia for their second Australian tour since reforming in 2009. And let’s not forget the lineup’s strong, intergenerational Australian ska-punk presence when legends Area 7 share a
IT’S SET TO BE ONE INCREDIBLE WEEKENDLONG MARATHON OF LIVE MUSIC FOR ALL FANS ACROSS THE PUNK AND HARD-ROCK SPECTRUM. bill with current stalwarts The Bennies. It’s set to be one incredible weekend-long marathon of live music for all fans across the punk and hard-rock spectrum. It will also provide the perfect opportunity to get out your most battle-hardened pair of Doc Martens or Chuck Taylors and put your endurance moshpit game to the test.
GET THE LOOK
Clockwise from: J-Crew flanner, asos.com | SUPER sunglasses, retrosuperfuture.com | James Perse tee, mrporter.com | Palladium boots, palladiumboots.com | Cheap Monday jeans, General Pants, Rundle Mall | TW Steel watch, David Jones, Rundle Mall
| 5 8 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
ATTITUDE FESTIVAL GUIDE
AT A GLANCE WOMADELAIDE
ustralia’s biggest gathering of world musicians will once again descend on Botanic Park in March for WOMADelaide 2015. Headed by legendary Senegalese singer, percussionist and social revolutionist Youssou N’Dour, and Irish tour de force Sinead O’Connor, the world music and arts festival will bring together artists from every corner of the globe, including Canadian crooner Rufus Wainwright, singer/rapper Neneh Cherry, Brooklyn muso Sharon van Etten and Swedish sweethearts First Aid Kit. Leading the local contingent is collaborative project The Painted Ladies, Aussie hip hop crew Astronomy Class, Go-Betweens co-founder Robert Forster, electro-duo Willow Beats, Adelaide blues rock artists Max Savage & the False Idols and Chris Panousakis AKA Timberwolf. Panousakis tells Attitude it’s a “surreal” feeling to be on the line-up of a festival of this calibre. “I’ve been to WOMAD for the last three or four years in a row; it’s a very unique festival, and
one I’ve always admired. Knowing how it felt as a crowd member and to then be on the other side as a performing artist makes me feel pretty lucky.” By the time the festival comes around Timberwolf will have released his new EP Flux, which will feature a newly expanded line-up of backing musicians.“It’s a full band now, which is probably what I’m most proud and enthused about because it’s a much more thought-out and lush. “It’s a mature step in my songwriting and production which I’m really happy about.” Panousakis says he’s looking forward to bringing the new songs to a large festival setting. “An intimate show is nice to strip things down and make sure your songwriting is in check, but I find the switch a lot more fun, getting a full band behind me and playing a big festival slot,” he says.“As a performer, I’m absolutely in my comfort zone and I tend to have a lot more fun and run around the stage and really enjoy myself; that’s where I’d rather be”.
WHEN: March 6 – 9 WHERE: Botanic Park VIBE: family-friendly TICKETS: visit the website womadelaide.com.au @WOMADelaide
DON'T MISS SINEAD O'CONNOR NENEH CHERRY RUFUS WAINWRIGHT SHARON VAN ETTEN FIRST AID KIT WILLOW BEATS
GET THE LOOK
Clockwise from: Straw hat, General Pants, Rundle Mall | Raffia Tote, Zimmermann Rundle Street | Drape Beach Pant, Witchery, The Parade Norwood | Mollini Irena flats, mollini.com | Missoni for target throw, Target Rundle Street | Tibi camisole, netaporter.com
| 5 9 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
ATTITUDE FESTIVAL GUIDE
A D ELA ID E
AT A GLANCE ADELAIDE FESTIVAL WHEN: Feb 27 – March 15 WHERE: Full program online VIBE: arty, mostly all-ages TICKETS: on sale via bass.net.au adelaidefestival.com.au @adelaidefestival
DON'T MISS DANNY ELFMAN NUFONIA MUST FALL RIVERRUN MIXED REP LA MERDA UNSOUND
he Adelaide Festival returns in February with 42 stunning events across live music, theatre, dance and visual arts including 22 Australian premieres and 26 events exclusive to Adelaide. The public art project Blinc will open the 30th Adelaide Festival, transforming the Torrens Riverbank and Festival Theatre precinct into a canvas for digital art before the program is unleashed, including Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton, Tommy and Unsound. One of the highlights on the program is Kid Koala’s multidisciplinary show Nufonia Must Fall, based on his graphic novel of the same name about a lovelorn robot. The Canadian DJ/producer/musician has hooked up with Academy-Award-nominated production designer KK Barrett (Her, Being John Malkovich, Lost in Translation) to bring the story to life in an ambitious live show. “I wanted it to be
a fun experience; it’s not one where people are scratching their chins, like ‘what does it mean?’” Koala says. “We want people to come in and escape into this world and not break that dream while they’re there.”The complex production involves more than a dozen miniature stages, a cast of changing puppets, live lighting and live music courtesy of Kid Koala and the Toronto-based Afiara Quartet. “It’s really just a nice amalgamation of the theatre world, the puppeteer world, the cinema world, and the live music concert world,” he says. “And all of us bring our own angle of experience to that; the string quartet from their classical concerts, me from DJing dance floors, KK from designing and directing films, the puppeteers from doing very intimate close-quarter puppet shows.” Nufonia Must Fall is at the Dunstan Playhouse from March 4—7.
GET THE LOOK
Clockwise from: Magick brass necklace, themaniamania.com Change the Rule Jacket, Sass and Bide, Rundle St Black patent clutch, asos.com | La Vie En Rouge Mac lipstick, David Jones, Rundle Mall | Crepe shorts American Vintage, netaporter.com Giuseppe Zanotti heels, netaporter.com | 6 0 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
ATTITUDE FESTIVAL GUIDE
A DE L A ID E
AT A GLANCE ADELAIDE FRINGE WHEN: February 14 -
Full program online
WHERE: Across Adelaide VIBE: family-friendly, BYO TICKETS: visit the website
hether it’s bumping into your favourite international comedian on Hindley Street or stumbling across the next big talent finding their feet on a tiny stage in the depths of the Garden of Unearthly Delights, it’s impossible not to be swept up in the whirlwind that is the Adelaide Fringe Festival. With more venues and artists than ever, Adelaide will play host to over 1000 acts from around the world and countless fans hungry for a cultural fix. There's just over a month to breathe in as much Fringe goodness as humanly possible, so we’d suggest setting aside some quality time with the Fringe program and a highlighter to set your plan of attack. For globetrotting circus collective SOAP, the Fringe’s appeal has been clear since winning over Adelaide audiences in 2012. It seems the feeling was mutual, with the troupe back in Adelaide for the 2015 festival.
“We rarely perform in fringe festivals, but we had a great time three years ago and we certainly look forward to meeting colleagues and seeing great shows by other companies,” SOAP’s producers told us. Now seven years into its ever-expanding run, the show has gradually evolved since SOAP'S last appearance down under. “From the 2012 Fringe cast, only two performers are the same, and with every new cast member the show, of course, changes a bit… of course, the highlights from 2012 won’t be missing, but we always try to develop the show and make it funnier and more entertaining.”
adelaidefringe.com.au @ADLFRINGE @adelaide_fringe
DON'T MISS GARDEN OF UNEARTHLY DELIGHTS SOAP ARJ BARKER COMEDY HYPNOSIS GLUTTONY KITTY FLANAGAN
For its Adelaide shows SOAP’S performers relish the chance to impress even the most seasoned and discerning Fringe audiences. “Audience expectations are high and we enjoy the challenge.”
GET THE LOOK
Clockwise from: Philosophy Pure Grace perfume, David Jones, Rundle Mall | Sea Spray Cocktail culottes, Gorman, Rundle St American Vintage tank, netaporter.com | Prowl sunglasses, Gorman, Rundle St | Bucket bag, Gorman, Rundle St | Sandals, asos.com
| 6 1 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
ATTITUDE FESTIVAL GUIDE
F UT URE MUS IC
AT A GLANCE FUTURE MUSIC FESTIVAL WHEN: Full program online WHERE: Adelaide Showground, Wayville
VIBE: 18+, party TICKETS: from $135 futuremusicfestival.com.au @FutureOfficial
DON'T MISS DRAKE THE PRODIGY DIE ANTWOOD SIGMA 2 CHAINZ NERO
he biggest event on the dance music calendar, Future Music Festival, is back for another whopping dose of drum n bass, house, R&B, hip hop, techno and more. The 2015 event will be headlined by brooding rap king Drake, scene veterans The Prodigy and party DJ Avicii, with appearances from shock-hop crew Die Antwoord, electrotrio Nero, rapper 2 Chainz and North London natives Gorgon City who return to Australian shores on the back of their debut release Sirens, which reached the Top 10 of the UK album charts.“It feels great; we’ve worked hard on it over the past two years and it’s great to finally have it out there! It’s the first time we’ve ever finished an album so it’s a big thing for us.” Sirens features hit singles Ready For Your Love and Here For You, plus collaborations with Katy B, Jennifer Hudson and Yasmin. Gorgon City tell us they’re bringing their brand new live show to the Future Music stage in 2015.“It’s going to be
next level. We’ll have our drummer, three vocalists and full setup with us so it’s going to be big!” Drum n bass duo Sigma are also heading to our shores for Future Music. The Brits are behind the chart topper Nobody to Love, a reworking of Kanye West’s Bound 2, and are gearing up for the release of a new album following their Future Music appearance, their biggest Australian tour yet. “We have DJ’d over there a few times before, but this is the first time with more live elements. We can’t wait. There will be loads of new tunes, some old tunes and some faves of ours. It’s going to go off, so be prepared!” Future Music Festival will be upping the ante across lighting, stage design, and audio technology, so prepare for some mind-blowing stage shows, plus a bunch of new food stalls, bars and relaxation spaces.
GET THE LOOK
Persol Sunglasses, Shades, Rundle Mall A.P.C striped jersey t-shirt, mrporter.com | Gant Rugger shorts mrporter.com | Bill Amberg Backpack, mrporter.com New Balance sneakers, asos.com Holy Cow bracelet, generalpants.com.au | 6 2 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
ATTITUDE FESTIVAL GUIDE
ST J E R OM E’S
AT A GLANCE ST. JEROME’S LANEWAY FESTIVAL WHEN: February 6 WHERE: Hart's Mill, Port Adelaide
VIBE: Over 16, real-deal music lovers
TICKETS: from $135
rom a niche indie event to an absolute fixture of the summer festival season, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is back for another year with a typically excellent line-up of Triple J favourites and on-the-rise international stars. This year-old mate Jerome has curated a line-up that’s basically a who’s who of your iTunes most-played tracks, with FKA Twigs, Highasakite, Benjamin Booker, Caribou and more. As always, Australia is well represented, with Courtney Barnett, Pond, Seekae, Dune Rats and Adelaide’s own Jesse Davidson leading the local produce. After years of increasingly cramped conditions at UniSA’s City West campus, Laneway blew our minds when they relocated the entire festival to Port Adelaide in 2014. The vast open spaces of the portside docking yards were
the perfect answer, with the looming presence of the dilapidated Hart’s Mill building helping to retain the grungey, improvised appeal that first made the idea of Laneway festival such a winner. If 2014 could be considered a test run for Laneway’s new waterside home, 2015 will see the festival really hit its stride, with some indoor spaces to take the edge off that mid-afternoon sun and a rejigged site plan aimed at eliminating those occasional crowd bottlenecks as audiences race from one big act to another. There’s also said to be a new art element at this year’s event, not to mention the usual mix of excellent food vans and quirky pop-ups that made last year’s Laneway a success.
DON'T MISS FKA TWIGS BENJAMIN BOOKER HIGHASAKITE CARIBOU SEEKAE DUNE RATS
GET THE LOOK
Funkis clogs, Bahaus, Rundle | St Ray-Ban Sunglasses, Sunglasses Hut, Rundle Mall | Cross Shoulder Bag, asos.com | The Fifth Label top, Fashion Bunker, Rundle Mall | The Fifth Label shorts, Fashion Bunker, Rundle Mall Prep + Prime BB Beauty Balm compact in ‘Light plus,’ MAC, David Jones Rundle Mall | Witchery visor, The Parade Norwood | 6 3 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
SIPPIN’ AND SLURPIN’ B Y C H A R L O T T E K L E U T / P H O T O G R A P H Y A L I C E H E A LY
he food wizards behind Happy Motel, Andy Nowell (Bubby) and Josh Cook, have teamed up with the Botanic Bar for some ramen slurpin’ fun. Having spent six weeks eating their way through Japan, Cook and Nowell have brought their newly-found ramen knowledge and love for the dish back to Adelaide. Chef Bubby, as he is commonly referred, has three variations of Japan’s traditional noodle soup on offer. Intended to be sucked straight from the bowl, these “slurpy noodles” are set to make your taste buds go bananas. The most popular of the three variations on the menu is the Shio Rame bowl.You can find some interestingly unusual ingredients, such as fermented bamboo shoots (menma), smoked dried tuna (katsuobushy), boiled
eggs soaked in soy sauce, and to top it off, some melt in your mouth pork belly (chashu). Quang Nguyen from Devour Dessert Bar supplies ice cream, creating unique flavours like pandan leaf with deepfried lotus root crisps and black sesame with lychee. Oishii! This cheap and cheerful menu is on offer every Sunday at the Botanic Bar from 4pm (noodles from 6pm) and you won’t pay more than 15 bucks.
BOTANIC BAR 309 NORTH TERRACE
AY CARAMBA! WRITTEN BY TOMAS TELEGRAMMA
a Rambla is Barcelona’s most wellknown street, a boulevard lined with trees that serves as a hub for Catalan culture. It’s also the namesake for the new kid on Peel Street. A passion for hospitality brought together Tomas Smith, KyleYoung and Stephanie Gibbs, who turned a trip to Barcelona into a business venture, giving us La Rambla.“We really wanted to bring back a little piece of La Rambla and drop it on a street in Adelaide,” says Smith. “Not a Spanish restaurant, but a Spanish experience.” Not being afraid to get their hands dirty has allowed the team at La Rambla to create the most authentic representation of the Spanish culture as they experienced it. Spanning three levels, the space boasts two bars and is complete with an outdoor deck area. Smith describes the fit-out as “rustic, but classy” with a mix of timber furnishings, polished floorboards and hanging light fixtures. | 6 4 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
The hero though, is the food. “All of our dishes will be exactly as you would find them in a tapas bar on or around La Rambla,” says Smith, on behalf of head chef Jose Miguel Lontoc, who brings more than 20 years’ experience to the table. Our picks include the jamon y huevo de codorniz, the tuetano de hueso asado, and the Fideua paella. While you’re at it, get your hands on a jug of gin and cucumber Sangria! The staff encourage you to try the Spanish wine list —“We’re not a 2 for 1 vodka venue!” says Smith. Peel Street is fast-becoming the culinary destination of Adelaide, so be sure to drop into La Rambla on your next visit for an authentic Spanish experience in the heart of the CBD. 28 PEEL STREET, ADELAIDE FACEBOOK.COM/LARAMBLATAPAS
HEADING ON DOWN TO THE CRAB SHACK, BABY
W R I T T E N B Y TA M M Y T U
ittle Miss group has introduced their newest summer venture, The Crab Shack, part of Little Miss Miami. The Shack is Little Miss Miami’s Caribbean niece, crashing next door for the summer crabbing season and serving up some of the freshest seafood fare. The team from next-door’s East End Studios have helped to create a new fit-out, which looks like a beachside shanty bar in the heart of the CBD. It has been transformed into a seaside getaway complete with white -washed benches, thatched roofs and even a old tin-can boat. Come in for the shack special; the crab boil, made up of freshlycaught South Australian blue swimmer crabs, mussels and prawns.You can’t go past the lime-and-sugar-cured salmon dish for melt-in-your-mouth freshness. If seafood isn’t your thing, the menu also boasts a mean jerk chicken to spice up your life and an OG beef burger. The Crab Shack is perfect for a weekend session or a mid-week Caribbean pick-me-up. It’s open every day for the rest of the summer from 4pm, and they also do a long lunch from 12pm on Fridays. FACEBOOK.COM/LITTLEMISSMIAMI
ouveau’ - a red wine that is typically released vin de primeur—that is to say, within the calendar year the fruit was harvested. Because there isn’t any influence of oak or maturation time, the wine is typically bright, youthful and perfumed – ideal for a lighter red to drink during summer nights. Taken from their biodynamically certified vineyards in McLaren Vale, Wirra Wirra’s 2014 Amator Nouveau is a fascinating blend of Touriga Nacionale, Grenache and Mataro. Less than 100 cases have been made. The Process: Three small parcels of touriga, grenache and mataro were cofermented together in a single two-tonne open fermenter. The grapes were fermented for an eight day period, kept on skins for a week post-fermentation and then pressed via basket to stainless steel to undergo malolactic fermentation. Once through malolactic fermentation, the wine was kept on light lees until bottling in late July 2014. Smells like: Poached, Satsuma plums, butchers shop smokehouse and ripe blackcurrant floods the nose. Subtle pepper, forest floor and strawberry cream add further to the aromatics.
Tastes like: Plum juice, red-fruit conserve and savoury palate with some smoked meat and spice. There is a soft juicy acid and a fine, lingering tannin structure, without the influence of oak, complete the palate. Drink with: Fennel and duck sausages. You can buy Wirra Wirra’s Amator exclusively from Wirra Wirra’s Cellar Door and website www.wirrawirra.com
Other Australian wineries making Nouveau: HEAD NOUVEAU AUSWINE.COM.AU
| 6 5 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
BK NOUVEAU SYRAH BKWINES.COM.AU
GLAETZER DIXON IN TASSIE WINEWILLEATITSELF.COM
F O O D. BY CHARLOTTE KLEUT / PHOTOS SUPPLIED
COFFEE WITH A CAUSE
onastery Coffee is an Adelaidebased micro-roasting foundation pioneered by head roaster Adam Marley, who recently traveled to East Africa to source his beans from coffee farms in Burundi and Uganda. The purpose of his trip was twofold: to discover the best coffee in East Africa, and to build a long-term relationship with the producers to ensure that the living conditions of the local communities improve. “We’re doing this not only by paying a significant premium on the market price of coffee, but by investing in their local communities and bringing their stories home to share with our customers,”says Marley. The program is called ‘The Long Mile Project’, aimed to facilitate direct and meaningful relationships between coffee roasters and coffee growers. “We aim to improve the livelihoods of coffee growers and enhance the quality of coffee in Burundi by investing time and resources into knowing the people who grow the coffee,”he says. The program reaches out to roasters like Marley, who want to create a mutual benefit between the farmers (producer) and Monastery Coffee (roaster).The ethos of the program resonated with Marley, and soon blossomed with the shared love and passion for coffee and the people behind the cup. “I’m incredibly excited by the prospect of working with other people that are just as passionate about coffee as me,”he says. "For us it is all about two things; getting lost in the sublime and delicate flavours that one can find in ‘the cup’, and knowing where that coffee came from – who grew it, what were the growing conditions of the coffee tree, and what are the living conditions of the producer?” Monastery Coffee is a small-batch speciality coffee roaster based here in Adelaide. It is a venture backed by much-loved Adelaide coffee haunt, Argo Espresso. Marley's roasting aspirations all began while he was the head barista at Argo. Despite graduating with an Economics Degree, the talented individual decided that he would change from coins to coffee, and begin roasting. Marley explains the roasting process to be incredibly intricate and subtle.“It all comes down to manipulating the variables at your disposal in order to achieve the flavour in the cup that you desire. To let the coffee express itself the way you had hoped
they were expected; dusk was turning into night. These farmers were attempting to carry heavy sacks of coffee cherries over 4km on dirt roads with sheer drop-offs of hundreds of metres on each side – without any light. "Instead of simply waiting around to see if they made it, the founder of The Long Mile Coffee Project, Ben Carlson, decided we should attempt to locate them by driving. Eventually we found them struggling in almost total darkness. We helped them load their coffee onto the top of the beaten-up old Land Rover and told them we could handle it from there – they were then able to return home safely to their families. We watched the coffee being processed under spotlights powered by an old generator, the whole time thinking about those farmers. It is the hard and long labor endured by coffee farmers, which is often forgotten about or not appreciated that Marley aims to highlight.
it would,”he says. The time-sensitive process behind the process is often overlooked. Every aspect in the process of growing coffee will have an impact on it's taste and flavours. However, these factors that contribute to the coffee’s character. Marley explains that there are various processes put in place to ensure the quality and taste of coffee continues to develop. A factor known to contribute to the everdeveloping flavour is the altitude in which it grows. The coffee coming out of the East African regions is grown at high altitude, producing a complex, vibrant and clean flavour.“The higher the altitude, the better quality,”Marley says. Once the coffee cherries are ripe, they are handpicked and loaded into baskets weighing around 50kg each. The farmers carry the caskets atop their heads and walk a long 4km before arriving at the local washing stations, where the process continues. Marley reflects on one particular story from his trip; “A couple of farmers from a neighbouring village still hadn’t arrived a few hours after | 6 6 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
Even though Marley has returned home from his trip, Monastery Coffee’s contribution will continue. The profit made from the sales of Monastery Coffee in Adelaide will be reinvested into African communities to improve their infrastructure and living conditions. Get behind the project and head into one of the Argo cafés today to try a cup of coffee for yourself. MONASTERYCOFFEE.COM.AU ARGO ESPRESSO 211 VICTORIA SQUARE, ADELAIDE 212 THE PARADE, NORWOOD
SEE OUR WEBSITE FOR FULL LINE-UP
You are cordially invited to a tea party that you will never forget… A mesmerising mix of circus and theatre, inspired by the work of Pina Bausch.
“Bubbling over with invention... Just fantastic.” Metro (UK)
“A fruity mix of maths, movement and mayhem.”
A splash-ﬁlled fusion of contemporary circus, comedy and cabaret.
adelaidefringe.com.au 14 Feb–14 Mar 2015 Royal Croquet Club – The Panama Club Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga
14 Feb–14 Mar 2015 Royal Croquet Club – The Panama Club Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga
F O O D. B Y C H A R L O T T E K L E U T / P H O T O G R A P H Y A L I C E H E A LY
THE WONDER OF WINKLER GALLERY
here is a lot of people power behind the new O’Connell Street eatery, The Wonderful Winkler Gallery. It is a collaborative project between Adelaide restaurateur Walter Ventura and the creative team behind Gin Long Canteen, Lucky Lupitas and Tijuana Showgirls. Their first exhibition, Cliché, features 24 local artists who have expressed their own interpretation of the French narrative and Gallic peculiarities through art, that covers every inch of Winkler's interior. The space blurs the lines between gallery, restaurant and bar. “Together these elements act as one, and in doing so offer a new and unique vehicle for contemporary art,” he says. He offers an insight into the extraordinary and magnificent world of the French. “Whilst the French are sometimes viewed as stiff or conservative when it comes to dining we dismiss this notion by offering a relaxed French-inspired dining experience surrounded by wonderful art, youthful passionate staff and French abstracted food,” Ventura says. Head Chef Nu Suandokmai is at the helm, creating delicious French-inspired dishes with a slight twist. Menu must-eats include the 66-degree cooked egg with asparagus and truffle mushroom (66 Degree Egg), succulent lamb rack with a herb crust, carrot purée, confit cherry tomato (Bardot’s Rack), and the duck breast with
26 O’CONNELL ST, NORTH ADELAIDE WWW.CLICHEEXHIBITION.COM
deliciously sweet prune sauce and orange segments (Post Modern Duck A L’Orange). With its seductive dim lighting, exposed incandescent light bulbs and concrete floor, tan leather booths, perforated walnut timber and intriguing array of art, this restaurant is simply a feast for the eyes, offering guests an overall French experience in a playful, although kooky.
JOIN THE CLUB W R I T T E N B Y TA M M Y T U
ROYALCROQUETCLUB.COM.AU ROYAL CROQUET CLUB ON FACEBOOK
ittle ol’ Adelaide is home to some of the greatest pop-up venues in Australia – we’d even go as far as saying that what we have is the best. A part of this line-up is the incredibly popular Royal Croquet Club, which is set to make its return to Victoria Square in February 2015.
bar? Promising greater activation and entertainment as well as the recent announcement for extended trading hours, you can start getting excited now. The team is also taking the whole set-up to Melbourne for the Australian Open, the week before they open in Adelaide.
This second instalment promises to be even bigger and better than ever and will add to the craziness of Mad March and the 2015 Adelaide Fringe Festival. Last year saw all our favourite food trucks feeding festival-goers as well as bars serving up some fine concoctions – can we get a hell yes for the Pimms
WHEN: Friday February 13 – Sunday March 15, WHERE: Victoria Square,
| 6 8 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
AdelaideMonday – CLOSED. Tuesday – Thursday, 4pm till late. Friday – Sunday, 12pm till late.
M I X
TH U R S, FR I
SAT N I G HTS
233 Victoria Square
F O O D. B Y T O M A S T E L E G R A M M A / P H O T O G R A P H Y A L I C E H E A LY
SUPA HEPI TIME
outh African cuisine isn’t something that too many of us are familiar with, but that’s all about to change thanks to the East End’s newest addition. Africola is a labour of love project for South African-born chef Duncan Welgemoed (the man behind Bistro Dom and a series of degustation dinners at Lola’s Pergola), who has put a contemporary spin on the kind of food that he grew up with.“No one in the world is doing what we’re doing,” says Welgemoed. But he welcomes everyone to discover his brand of gastronomy fusion of South African flavours with some of his Portuguese, Indian, Malaysian and Dutch influences. “Africola is going to be all things to all people.” While the menu calls for a combination of traditional and contemporary cooking techniques, which involve slow-cooking certain dishes over coal and ash, Welgemoed and the team at Africola are “very militant” about a focus on South Australian produce. What’s more, Welgemoed has gone back to his roots in showcasing one of Johannesburg’s signature dishes – peri peri chicken. It’s a must-try. To wash it all
down, look no further than their iconic list of cocktails. Sample their signature “Africola” or even a “Supa Hepi Time” (the house aphrodisiac!). If you’re looking for something a little less exotic, there’s a thoughtful selection of both South African and local wines, or even Africola’s very own brand of beer named “Mufata” . However, a trip to Africola is as much about the food and drink as it is about the whole dining experience, according to designer and part-owner, James Brown (MASH). The bold fit-out brings more the restaurant and kitchen in the same space, offering diners a chance | 7 0 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
to be part of the culinary process amidst a vivid colour palette and an eclectic mix of décor (a lot of which is handcrafted).“Expect to feel like you’re in a colourful Sheebeen and Braai in Johannesberg, from the design and the music, right through to the handmade plates, ” says Brown. So whether you’re after a cocktail and a snack or an indulgent dining experience, step out of your comfort zone and get acquainted with Africola in all its glory.
4 EAST TERRACE, ADELAIDE AFRICOLA.COM
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
MON - THURS 4PM TILL LATE. FRI - SUN 12PM TILL LATE. 188 GRENFELL ST, ADELAIDE
FACEBOOK.COM/LITTLEMISSMIAMI #WEGOTCRABS #LITTLEMISSCRABSHACK #LITTLEMISSMIAMI
BEER “BEER, IT’S THE BEST DAMN DRINK IN THE WORLD.” – JACK NICHOLSON
Did you know that humans have been making beer for 6000 years? It’s not the first thing you think about when you’re drinking beer at your local watering hole. But there’s an art behind that deserves appreciation and that is exactly what the short courses at TAFE SA aim to teach. Courses are offered in Beer Flavour Training and Mash Brewing at the Regency Campus Brewery, which is fitted out with a modern brewery set-up that allows students to learn all the technical steps.
Stephen Nelsen, lecturer in brewing, is experienced in all things technical and the chemical processes but he also wants people to appreciate that beer is also largely an agricultural and horticultural process. Involved in over a dozen microbreweries in some way or another, Nelsen’s peers, pupils and protégés now work in many of our favourite local breweries including Coopers, Brew Boys and Lobethal Bierhaus. What may often be overlooked is that there is an incredible amount of science that goes on behind the scenes of beer-making, which these courses in beer production will touch on. Most importantly though, the course fosters the art of beer-making and the passion that these students have for the craft. Cheers!
Jackson’s Story After completing the two short courses on offer, TAFE SA former student Jackson Beavas now works at Woolshed Brewery in Renmark. While small in size, the beers that are produced on site are all sold locally to businesses. The brewery was also approached by Jamie’s Italian wherre they are now have their Summer Ale on tap.
| 7 2 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E A D V E R T I S I N G F E AT U R E |
Microbrewing in South Australia Goodieson Breweries, McLaren Vale Smiling Samoyed Brewery, Myponga Prancing Pony Brewery, Mount Barker Woolshed Brewery, Renmark Clare Valley Brewing Company, Clare
WRITTEN BY TAMMY TU / PHOTOGRAPHY KANE OVERALL
f you’ve ever had a beer and thought there was something missing or off about the taste, believe it or not, you were probably right. Learn all the tricks and the trades of brewing beer with the short beer-making courses that TAFE SA has to offer.
CHEESE “YOU HAVE TO BE A ROMANTIC TO INVEST YOURSELF, YOUR MONEY, AND YOUR TIME IN CHEESE.” – ANTHONY BOURDAIN
big fan of eating cheese? Why not learn how to make the culinary treat with TAFE SA’s new one day course in Cheese Making, part of their Gastronomic Adventures program? You’ll be talking all things cheese like an aficionado in no time. It’s hard to imagine a world without cheese. It’s also hard to comprehend how much work goes into creating the cheese we eat on a daily basis. TAFE SA’s One Day Cheese Making Course wants to give you a factory environment learning experience where you get to make your own cheese as well as see how various other cheese making processes work. Gina Dal Santo, lecturer and resident
cheese-maker at the Artisan Cheese Making Academy, has travelled the world extensively and brought home invaluable experiences that she has passed onto her students. While many people are under the impression that you have to travel to exotic destinations such as France and Italy to learn the art, TAFE SA has created a world-class program that is sought out by many international students. It also has strong affiliations with many similar international academies which also give you the opportunity to form connections around the world. So if you’ve ever wondered what goes into creating a good blue or triple cream brie, this one-day tester is an incredible opportunity to better understand the world of cheese-making.
Kym’s Story Kym Masters left his job as an executive banker to become a cheese maker. On completing the Certificate III in Food Processing (Cheese Making), he is now in the process of building his own artisan cheese factory, Section28 Farmstead Cheese.
Artisan Cheese Makers in South Australia The Barossa Valley Cheese Co., Angaston Udder Delights Handmade Cheese, Hahndorf Woodside Cheese Wrights, Woodside Alexandrina Cheese Co., Fleurieu Peninsula BD Farms Paris Creek KI Pure, Lime stone Coast Hindmarsh Valley Dairy
TAFE SA’s Regency Gastronomic Adventures is an exciting food program offering gourmet short-courses ranging from patisserie, beer-and cheese-making to cookery and hospitality. You will learn from internationally trained lecturers who are experts in their field. All classes are hands on and structured to incorporate basic skills and culinary applications. Bookings are open now for the 2015 semester one program.
You can book online at
eventopia.co/RGA or for more information phone 8348 4446 or visit tafesa.edu.au | 7 3 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E A D V E R T I S I N G F E AT U R E |
T RAV E L . @EMMA_LAUREN, KOH CHANG, THAILAND
@KATSCHULTZ, LAKE TAHOE, USA
@OLIVERPARKER PARIS, FRANCE
@BONNIEMADE, GILI TRAWAGAN, BALI YOU SENT US YOUR HOLIDAY SNAPS AT #ATTITUDETRAVEL AND WE'VE PICKED SOME OF THE BEST. IF YOU'RE PLNNING YOUR NEXT TRIP, CHECK OUT THIS SMORGASBORD OF HOLIDAY DESTINATIONS TO GET YOU IN THE MOOD. #GETLOST
#ATTITUDE TRAVEL @EMMA_LOO, ROBE AUSTRALIA
@JPAMP TEGENUNGAN, WATERFALL, BALI
@DOUBLESIXSEMINYAK, SEMINYAK, BALI
@THECAKEFACE, GRAND CANAL, ITALY
@_CHARLOTTENELL_, NEW ZEALAND
@TAAMMYTU, TULUM, MEXICO
FOLLOW US @ATTITUDEFASHIONMAG | 7 4 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
INTERIORS. BY TARA MURDOCH MOORE / PHOTOGRAPHY ANDRE CASTELLUCCI
STU AND SAM
riends and business partners Stuart Duckworth and Sam Weckert, two of the talented entrepreneurs behind awesome ventures East End Studios, Little Miss Miami and Royal Croquet Club, invited us into their incredible home, a converted church on a pretty Parkside side street. Duckworth and Weckert moved into their home 12 months ago. Duckworth, who coincidently is the son of a priest, spotted the rental listing online and snapped it up straight away. He even highlighted his dad’s vocation on the rental application in the hope it would give them the winning edge. The building itself has had quite a history, having had a number of previous uses, including, rumours say, a past life as a brothel, before being updated and converted into dwellings. The conversion has been done tastefully with beautiful original features being retained, such as the magnificent feature stained glass window, Duckworth and Weckert's favourite feature of their home. A mezzanine open-plan living space with high ceilings is the heart of the home and incorporates the original choir steps as a stand-out feature. As they are both lovers of Danish designed furniture, much of Duckworth and Weckert’s furniture is sourced from second-hand and antique stores and complements the space well. Although a carpenter and joiner by trade, Weckert has had limited free time to make furniture for their home, however he has made a few pieces including some artistic light boxes displayed on the choir steps. The layout and original features of the church make hanging art on the walls a challenge, however the beauty of the original features shine as artworks in themselves. With Duckworth and Weckert’s business ventures going great guns, the only downside is they are often too busy working to spend as much time in their amazing living space as they would like.
WANT YOUR HOME TO GRACE THE PAGES OF ATTITUDE MAGAZINE? WE’RE TAKING SUBMISSIONS. EMAIL PICTURES TO TESS@OPINIONMEDIA.COM.AU AND WE MIGHT VISIT YOUR HOUSE NEXT. | 7 6 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
| 7 7 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |
TEVAONLINE.CA They’re not Birkenstocks and they’re not Nikes, so we love em’. Tevas are trending because they’re practical, cheap and relatively good-looking.
SELFIESTICKSAUSTRALIA.COM.AU Whether you think a Selfie Stick is a good or bad thing, it’s definitely trending. You can buy them from almost every nook and cranny these days, from a mere $10. #treatyourselfie
Jacqueline Alwill is an Australian nutritionist who has become very trendy for her natural remedies and health-packed recipes like citrus almond protein cake. Alwill has guestappeared in many publications and even advises celebrities. Check out her blog for some summer eating inspiration.
#TRENDING SOME PEOPLE SPEND WAY TOO MUCH TIME ON THE INTERNET. BY SOME PEOPLE, WE MEAN US, AND DURING OUR 'RESEARCH' WE'VE FOUND OUT WHAT'S TRENDING RIGHT NOW. #BECOOL
APPS YOU NEED NOW: AFTERLIGHT INSTAPLOAD HYPERLAPSE UBER
@BADGALRIRI IS BACK! Back on our 'gram feed that is. Recently, her account was removed because of scandalous content violating the ‘no nipple’ policy. The account has been reactivated, and while her 13 million Instagram followers are pleased the saucy star is back, the account is slightly more PG-rated.
MISMATCHBREWING.COM.AU Sunday Session They made waves with their much-loved Archie’s Red Ale, now the Adelaide brewing company, Mismatch, has released their summer Session Ale. The crisp ale is for when you feel like a full-bodied beer with loads of flavour but not the booze, perfect for a Sunday afternoon.
Evelyn is a new fresh face saturating social media platforms. She is doted on for her natural look, untamed blonde hair and killer bone structure. Recently she has been in Adelaide shooting for Australian Fashion Labels.
Gone are the days of frying our skin under UV lights. These days there are many great self-tanning products and tools to give you a healthy glow while avoiding looking like a carrot with eyes. Here are our picks.
| 7 8 AT T I T U D E M A G A Z I N E |