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BONUS $25 GIFT CARD Spend $250 in one transaction on fashion, accessories, jewellery, footwear or beauty and RECEIVE your $25 St Ives Village Gift Card.

Valid on purchases from 19 March to 9 April. Gift cards must be claimed on the day of the spend from The Concierge, Level 2. Gift cards limited to the first 500 redeemed. Limit of one per person per day. Supermarket purchases excluded.


gift card Model wears Cable Melbourne Dress with pleat skirt. Rachel white silk shirt.



Welcome to

AUTUMN With good food comes good living, and we’ve got a real treat for foodies this Autumn, with our most delicious issue ever. We profile the talented chefs evolving The Market Room into a gourmet destination (page 18), plus you'll be inspired to create the perfect entertaining experience (pages 6 and 23). There’s also an essential Autumn style report from your resident fashion experts (page 12). The leaves may be turning in St Ives, but you’ll be delighted to know The Village is greener than ever! Learn more about sustainable living and how you can make a difference (page 34). We also highlight the retailers who are making a difference in other ways. They’ll help you plan your dream bedroom (page 30) and enjoy the latest trends in men’s hairdressing (page 21). We love it when you share your St Ives moments, so be sure to add #stivesvillage every time.

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Our stylish retailers guide you through the must-have trends at The Village right now.


Meet the talented chefs making The Market Room a top dining destination.


Make, bake and love our tasty pies, Easter roast and heavenly hot cross bun desserts.


Plan a beautiful bedroom, then dream of a gourmet adventure and a sustainable future.

– St Ives Shopping Village Team


Our top picks for Autumn Pictured above: Good Times Watchmaker Handmade German cuckoo clock $375. From left to right: Sportscraft Colonial wool blazer $279.99. Dahlia knit top $169.99. Evie capri $149.99. Kingsmen Hair Now open! Family feast pies Page 24. Modern romantic living Page 30.



Village news Your guide to the vill age this autumn


As the weather cools, update your Autumn wardrobe with the hottest new brands from around The Village. DCC has introduced German designer brand Marc Aurel, RG Collection now stocks a beautiful range of Frederic T handbags, while Adrienne & The Misses Bonney offers Andiamo, an Australian-made and designed brand. Cable Melbourne welcomes new accessories from Paqme, Jenny Bird jewellery and Sticks & Sparrow sunglasses. See more of the new Autumn collection on pages 12-13. Blooms The Chemist now stocks Napoleon Perdis, if you’re looking to freshen up your cosmetics bag along with your Autumn look.

Sticks & Sparrow at Cable Melbourne

Napoleon Perdis at Blooms The Chemist

Jenny Bird at Cable Melbourne



FROM THE SOURCE We’re excited to welcome The Source Bulk Foods to The Village. The wholefoods retailer champions a zero-waste shopping experience with a huge selection of healthy grocery essentials. Take advantage of their loyalty card which entitles customers to a 5 per cent discount on all purchases. Read more about the store and the way it supports sustainability on page 20.

Andiamo at Adrienne & The Misses Bonney


The Source Bulk Foods Level 1, 9440 1002 @thesourcestives

Marc Aurel at DCC


A SNEAKY PEEK Work on Harris Farm Markets is underway, so we’re very excited to share an artist’s impression of the new-look store. They’ve promised a rejuvenated ‘market style’ shopping experience and it's going to be worth the wait! “Without sacrificing on fruit, veggies and premium groceries, the new store will also bring a fishmonger, bakery and espresso bar, as well as pour-your-own Single Herd Milk,” says Ian Wells, the Marketing Executive at Harris Farm Markets.


You’ve probably noticed some freshening up at The Village for 2018, with new carpets and furniture throughout the centre. But did you know our makeover is environmentally friendly too? To avoid everything being sent to landfill, many of our old carpet tiles have been put to good use, with St Ives Men’s Shed and House with No Steps using the floor covering to refurbish some of their centres. For more information on how we’re building a sustainable Village, and tips on how you can help, read our feature on pages 34-35.

VILLAGE LIFE TEAM Centre Manager Amy Edwards Marketing Manager Melanie Scarf Editor Tom Etherington Fashion & Lifestyle Editor Amy Sinclair Creative Director Cathy Schneider Editorial Co-ordinator Hollie Small Features Writer Jessica Frost Designer Kathryn Marsden Sub-editor Lucy Higgins

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A packed

Seniors’ Week Our flower arranging workshop is one of the highlights of Seniors’ Week, which runs from 4-13 April. Taking a Tai Chi class, attending a health seminar and dabbling in pottery painting are among the many things to keep you occupied in the centre. Check our website for the full program.


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Kids at The Vill age Monday mornings 9.30am Our calendar is jam-packed with a great new range of activities to keep the kids entertained. With our friends from Wannabees in The Village, there’s something for every imagination. Check out our website and the calendar of events on page 36 for more.

A work of art

Congratulations go to Mei Tribolet-Ho (below, far left), the overall winner of the St.Art competition 2017. We have more exciting events coming up in The Gallery, including photography competitions. See page 36 or for more details.

win a dinner party this easter! Spend $20 or more on fresh food this Easter and be rewarded! We have free meals, coffees, vouchers for The Market Room and more to be won. Plus, you could win a catered dinner party for six people! Visit for further details.


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On the cover

As the dining options at The Village go from strength to strength, we thought it was time you met some of the marvels behind The Market Room’s fabulous food on offer. Step forward Rebecca, Idan and Chris, who each have a story to tell (page 18).

On location

We love shooting our editorial in stunning locations in and around Sydney, and our scenic setting for the All in Good Taste shoot (page 6) was Three Blue Ducks in The Cannery, Rosebery.

Opening Hours

Monday-Wednesday and Friday 9am-5.30pm Thursday 9am-9pm Saturday 9am-5pm Sunday 10am-4pm Arrival dates of products may vary. Prices correct at the time of publication. Brands and styles may vary and are subject to availability and change.

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Clockwise from top right: Priceline Armani Si perfume, 50ml $125. Book Review Lagom: The Swedish Art of Eating Harmoniously by Steffi Knowles-Dellner $44.99. Nextra Live Simply $19.95. Priceline Revlon nail polish, raven red $13.95. Sussan Pink tassel earrings $19.95. Sorrento Gascoigne & King shibui candle $55. Bed Bath N’ Table Dahlia spray $12.95. Woolworths Eucalyptus foliage bunch $6. Sorrento Aquitaine speckle mug $9.95. Plenty Kitchen & Tableware Aluminium espresso maker $29.95. Leisures Shoe Boutique Hatfield backless mule with metal trim, black $179.95. Elleran Lingerie Ginia silk chemise $149. Sussan Check blazer $169.95. Clutch bag, black $39.95. Cable Melbourne Envelope clutch $139. RG Collection Peter Lang gold and white cuff $95. Blue Illusion School boy hat, brown $69.99. Mobile Experts Marble iPhone case $49.


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s t y l e i n s p i r at i o n with kevin venardo our st ives stylist

Pictured: Sportscraft Jackie jean $149.99. Selena stripe shirt $179.99. French blazer $329.99.

Elevated Essentials

Clockwise from top: Sportscraft Meg Melton peacoat, sangria $359.99. Cable Melbourne Folding fedora hat $179. DCC Gerry Weber scarf $99. Cable Melbourne Venus print blouse $289. RG Collection Rose gold choker $99.95. Warwick Dawson Shoes Dolly casual flats, black $299. RG Collection Franck Herval Gold and black earrings $179.95. Mobile Experts iPhone case $59.95. OPSM Versace sunglasses $369.95.

“Amp up the sophistication of your Autumn wardrobe with luxe silk prints, classic tailoring and rich wine tones,” advises Kevin. “Finish your look with sleek accessories that can carry your outfit from desk to dinner.”

Pictured: Rodney Clark Hammock & Vine hooded jacket $209.95. Hammock & Vine ruffle sleeve swing top $129.95. Scarf $59.95.


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Style your life with our tasteful range of new season homewares, fashion and foodie treats from The Village PHOTO G RAPHY LYNDEN FOSS S TYLIN G TAHNEE CARROLL Above: Bed Bath N’ Table Textured glass terrarium, large $129.95. Textured glass terrarium, medium $49.95. Sorrento Gold candle $49.95. Variety of succulents available at Harris Farm Markets.


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Life is sweet Indulge in cakes and bubbles for a high tea to remember

on the Menu... Assorted cakes from Rebecca Laurić Pâtisserie. Assorted sandwiches from Cliq Cafe. Caramel tart and passionfruit tart from Bakehouse. Romeo's Cellar Champagne Lallier $99.99.

On the table: Sorrento Three-tier ploughmans cake stand $210. Maxwell Williams Tint jug $7.95. Maxwell Williams Tint espresso cup $6.95. Plenty Kitchen & Tableware Maxwell Williams Tint teapot 1.2L $29.95. Maxwell Williams Elemental cutlery set, gold $149.95. Cariso champagne flutes, set of four $59.95. Bed Bath N’ Table Bottle vase $7.95. Palm leaf vase $15.95. Stag horn fern in vase $19.95. Sorrento White orchid $20.95. Bed Bath N’ Table Stockholm dinner plate $11.95. Stockholm side plate $7.95. Sienna dipping bowl $6.95. Shadae wears: RG Collection Imagine pink linen top $149.95. Trenery Wool flannel pleat pant, grey $199. Leisures Shoe Boutique Eunice Jackson Elect boot, taupe suede $249.95. Tuscany Round sterling silver drop earrings $199. Sterling silver basket weave dress ring $115. St Ives Jewellers Sterling silver three-stone drop pendant necklace with peridot, Australian variscite and moonstone $279. Sterling silver oxidised cuff bangle $480. Sterling silver round bangle with rope design $225. Sterling silver tapered cuff bangle $300. Martyn wears: Sportscraft Oxford shirt, white $99.99. Prevue Eyewear Oliver Peoples sunglasses 1219S 503 $530.


on the Menu... Wild Wild Nest signature salad from Cafe Milligram. Lamb shanks, assorted bagels and roasted vegetables from Deli Hub. Kale salad with chickpea dressing, and quinoa salad with honey mustard dressing from Cliq Cafe. Pane di casa loaf from Bakers Delight. Romeo's Cellar Cuvee Bouchard Aine Rose $13.99.

On the table: Sorrento Crystal glasses $12.95. Pavilion captain lantern, medium $64.95. Aquitaine shallow speckle bowl, medium $22.95. Magnolia bud $22.95. Monarco fringe cushion $74.95. Acacia wood rectangle board with feet $49.95. Bed Bath N’ Table Ecology speckle dinner set (black bowl shown) $129.99. Dahlia spray (fake flowers) $12.95. Gold souk lantern $29.95. Gold souk candle holder $14.95. Matrix tea light $24.99. Pond round platter $49.95. Laguiole Debutant cheese set, ivory $29.95. Plenty Kitchen & Tableware Chasseur 27cm cast iron pot $429. Assorted Cosmo stainless steel cutlery from $2.95. Avery salad servers, black (used by Martyn) $59.95. RG Collection Carrol Boyes large porcelain plate $119. Shadae wears: Blue Illusion Hazel panama hat $69.99. Sussan Nougat relaxed trench $169.95. Trenery Clean silk shirt, white $179. Tuscany Gold-plated plaited sterling silver necklace $295. Prevue Eyewear Tom Ford sunglasses 574 55X $749. RG Collection Israeli silver and gold spinner ring $449. Diamond Studio Jewellers Silver spinner ring $160. Martyn wears: Gazman Basic crew T-shirt, white $24.95. Easy care micro houndstooth shirt, sky blue $89.95. Straight fit tencel jean, dark indigo $99.95. Good Times Watchmaker Sekonda 1220 watch $100.

Al fresco adventure Enjoy a delicious lunch spread, sourced from The Village



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On the Menu... Broccoli salad with white miso dressing from Cliq Cafe. Above: Bed Bath N’ Table Walnut curved edge bowl $24.95. Plenty Kitchen & Tableware Avery salad servers, gold $59.95. Red Pearl Marc Cain microfibre/silk blouse $595. Marc Cain metallic pleated skirt $835. Tuscany Rose gold plated bangle $249. On the table, opposite page: Bed Bath N’ Table Ecology speckle dinner set $129.99 (black bowl shown). Lattice rice bowl $9.95. Marni brass vase $54.95. Marchesa vase $22.95. Seaglass diamond vase, matt blue $14.95. Sage spray (faux sage leaves) $7.95. Lace flower spray (faux white flowers) $12.95. Plenty Kitchen & Tableware Avery threepiece cheese set, black $39.95. Sorrento Brass endearment napkin ring $7.95. Short stemmed wine glasses, smoke $9.95 each. Artisan acacia wood serving board, long $49.95. Artisan acacia wood serving board, short $39.95. Madras jetty indigo napkin, navy $7.95 each. Small brown bowl $9.95. Opposite page: Shadae wears: DCC Luisa Cerano jumper $799. Red Pearl Marc Cain metallic pleated skirt $835. RG Collection Gold drop earrings with pearl $34.95. Tuscany Stainless steel Russian ring $69. Martyn wears: Gazman Easycare micro houndstooth shirt, natural $89.95. Good Times Watchmaker Maurice Lacroix LC1117 watch $950. St Ives Jewellers Tigereye/agate beaded bracelet $75.


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on the Menu... Romeo's Cellar Penfolds Bin 2 Shiraz Mataro $42.99. French baguette from Bakers Delight. Pistachio biscotti, Sicilian olives, Italian olive mix, heidi gruyere, feta bell peppers, San Danielle prosciutto, and date and walnut cake from Deli Hub. Fresh fruit and herbs from Harris Farm Markets.

Feast for the eyes Team amazing antipasto with salad perfection for platters that wow


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style report

w i t h M ANDY from CAB L E M E L B OURNE

“This Autumn look really represents the classic and elegant Cable woman,” shares Mandy. “Pairing this ladylike dress with the modern Kady wool vest and tailored silk shirt is an easy way to put a seasonal twist on old favourites.” Showcasing the versatility of each Cable piece, the collection "continues to highlight our focus in luxury Australian Merino wool and cashmere”, explains Mandy. “We have a range of lightweight knits in on-trend neutral colours such as khaki, nude and soft greys. They’re perfect for layering and pairing with elegant dresses and blouses.” Shadae wears: Cable Melbourne Emma Rib dress $349. Kady wool vest, porcini $499. Rachel silk shirt, white $289.

Cable Melbourne Level 2, 9449 5110 @cablemelbourne


Shadae wears (accessories): The Designer Edit Studio A fashion bag, taupe/black $79. RG Collection Sterling silver, gold-plated leaf drop earrings $55. Blue Illusion Shay luxe necklace $69.99. St Ives Professional Jewellers 9ct yellow gold hollow bangle $1,130. Leisures Shoe Boutique Eunice Jackson Elect boot, nude $249.95.


Pictured left to right: RG Collection Natural resin necklace $59.95. Red Pearl Marc Cain patterned trench coat $1,320. DCC Desigual printed jacket $155. RG Collection Serenade bag $299. Wallet $119. Sussan Round cross body bag, tan $59.95. Leisures Shoe Boutique Lombardo Liberty boot, nude $239.95.

Shadae wears: Hedrena Toronto cowl neck jumper, birch $227. Trenery Leather biker jacket $799. Cable Melbourne Steph pant, khaki $199. RG Collection Ori Tao silver layered cuff $119. Good Times Watchmaker Lorus watch RG237MX $120. St Ives Professional Jewellers 18ct white gold diamond band $1,900. 18ct white gold diamond wedder $2,650.



Shadae wears: The Designer Edit Seven Sisters Nevada cardigan, modern $175. Adrienne & The Misses Bonney Helen Kaminski Phantom hat $225. Warwick Dawson Willow & Zac Corinne bag, black $310.95. Diamond Studio Jewellers 9ct gold Italian hoop earrings $450.

Above: Rodney Clark Hammock & Vine metallic mesh knit $139.95. Below, left to right: Red Pearl Marc Cain 100% cotton sneaker $365. Prevue Eyewear Chloe sunglasses 120S $640. Trenery coral clean silk shirt $179. Diamond Studio Jewellers Smoky quartz and baroque pearl neckpiece $850.

Below right: Warwick Dawson Willow & Zac Bella clutch, jet $210.95. St Ives Professional Jewellers 9ct yellow gold and sterling silver bamboo engraved link bangle $830. 9ct yellow gold hollow bangle $1,130. 18ct yellow, rose and white gold twisted ring $1,660. 9ct rose gold oval with diamonds ring $570. 9ct rose gold circular wedder ring $270. 18ct white gold diamond band $1,900.



Shadae wears (accessories): Diamond Studio Jewellers Silver knot ring $300. St Ives Professional Jewellers Sterling silver ball/flat link earrings $210. Sterling silver ball/flat link bracelet $590. Trenery Leather Anne reversible belt $69.95.

w i t h m a r i e-l o u i s e fr o m REd pe a r l

“A splash of colour launches the new season at Red Pearl with a bang,” says Marie-Louise. “The single-colour looks become radiant thanks to vivid shades of red, pink and blue that bring creative freshness to timeless pinstripes, dots, horizontal stripes and fun prints.”

Below left: DCC Gerry Weber jacket, grey $439. Gerry Weber scarf, honey/grey $99. Below right: Leisures Shoe Boutique Belle Hanky boot, grey $169.95.

“Touches of the 80s are coming through in the decadent prints and details like the neck bow on this shirt. Vibrant colours, chunky knits, luxurious fabrics, faux fur and leather dominate this seasons key look.” Shadae wears: Red Pearl Marc Cain pure silk blouse, fire red $545. Marc Cain velvet jacket, black $965. Marc Cain wool mix wide leg pant $595. Marc Cain leather bag, fire red $625. Marc Cain leather ankle boot $660.

Red Pearl Level 2, 9449 4413 @redpearl_aus

“The single-colour look becomes radiant thanks to vivid shades of red”


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with rebecca from rod d & GUNN

“This season’s Rodd & Gunn man is sophisticated but relaxed,” says Rebecca. “Mixing smart tailored shirts with linen blazers and chinos will keep your wardrobe really smart and wearable. Keep your colour choices quite light and fresh so your look doesn’t end up too heavy”, she suggests. “Our collections always have a touch of our brand’s sporty roots, which perfectly blends function with fashion,” continues Rebecca. “We’re seeing it in the colours, our classic polo shirts and the practical accessories that still radiate style.” Martyn wears: Rodd & Gunn Northcross sports fit shirt, ivory $159. Knightsbridge jacket, midnight $399. Custom pant, stone $169. Woodstock satchel $699.

Rodd & Gunn Level 1, 9144 4603

“Sophisticated but relaxed is the theme for Autumn”


Martyn wears (accessories): Sportscraft Harvey loafer, chocolate $189.99. Prevue Eyewear Robert Marc 932 sunglasses $589. Good Times Watchmaker Lorus watch RH884BX-9 $160. RM Williams Plaited buckle belt $250. Diamond Studio Jewellers 9ct two-tone gents band $850. Below: Gazman Weekend leather belt, tan $59.95. RM Williams Angus workshirt, burnt ochre $89.


Pictured from top, left to right. Good Times Watchmaker Lorus R3A03AX-9 $170. Hedrena Australiana Harbour Bridge scarf $125. Prevue Eyewear Oliver Peoples round frames $495. Oliver Peoples clip-on sunglasses $220. Rodd & Gunn Franklin road shoe, tan $229. RM Williams Avalon Akubra, grey $200.

Martyn wears: Sportscraft Morton linen item jacket $349.99. Rodd & Gunn Fordlands shirt, sky $179. Sportscraft Bedford jean, copper $139.99. RM Williams Plaited buckle belt $250. Rodd & Gunn Piemelon Bay straw hat $119. Prevue Eyewear Blackfin glasses 783 $479. Good Times Watchmaker Maurice Lacroix watch LC1117 $950. Below: Sportscraft Normandy carry all, tan $399.99.



Village locals i n s i d e t h e s t i v e s c o mm u n i t y



market room revolution introducing the culinary talents making The Market Room a top dining destination From a new café to new takes on classic desserts and a return to authentic cooking practices, The Market Room is getting a fresh look and an even fresher taste, thanks to a group of creative superstars.


from top of the green

Growing up in the Philippines, food was always a big part of Chris’ life. As our resident Cooking Masterclass host, Chris draws on his diverse career to give his guests a truly

authentic food experience. “I did my training in fine dining and from there have worked in a huge variety of roles, including being a chef for the Sydney 2000 Olympics and as a coach on MasterChef,” shares Chris. “I love being able to create great quality food from scratch and show my customers how food should look. Creating a menu is about great flavour and using fresh ingredients to produce healthy meals that are really delicious.”


from rebecca l auriĆ patisserie

Call Top of the Green to book a Cooking Masterclass today. Top of the Green The Market Room Level 2, 9144 5632 @topofthegreen

From Australia to France and back, Rebecca is bringing her unique approach to desserts to The Market Room. “When I first moved to Paris, I had no idea where it would lead me. I studied as a French Pâtisserie chef and instantly fell in love with all the desserts France had to offer,” says Rebecca. “It’s amazing how much French Pâtisserie introduces you to different textures and flavours. Nothing is off limits!” she says. “As soon as I returned to Australia, I opened a cafe and started introducing my desserts there. I love using natural products, and that’s demonstrated by the real fruit purées we use to create the perfect flavour. I am excited to introduce real, authentic French Pâtisserie into The Market Room and show how beautifully light desserts can be.”

Try Rebecca’s signature Summer Berries Cake – mention Village Life for a 5 per cent discount! Rebecca Laurić Pâtisserie The Market Room Level 2, 0481 141 789 @rebeccalauricpatisserie



new kids on the block able to sell it to invest in Luxe Bar in Bondi Junction. Since then we’ve opened at more locations and have now created Cliq Cafe.”


from cliq cafE

A self-described ‘hungry man’, Idan has worked his way up from a position in a bakery to owning multiple cafés. The owner of Luxe Bar in Bondi now brings his health-conscious dishes to Cliq Cafe, the newest addition to The Market Room. “I always knew I wanted my own business, so I worked my way up to a management position, then opened a coffee cart,” shares Idan. “After a lot of hard work, I was

What does his cafe bring to the new-look Market Room? “We don’t compromise on quality,” Idan says. “Flavour is so important to me so I’m happy to spend that bit on the perfect blend of wagyu in our burger patties, which you can try on Thursday nights. Our customers can expect a fresh and healthy menu that’s full of flavour. We also offer catering options and delivery.”

Mention Village Life to get two small coffees for the price of one at Cliq Cafe. Cliq Cafe The Market Room Level 2, 0450 688 341 @cliqstives

we tell the stories of the people behind our newest stores GOING GREEN As the newest addition to the St Ives Village family, The Source Bulk Foods is forging a way to a more sustainable future. Since leaving their corporate jobs behind, St Ives born and bred owners Paul and Emma have built a network of stores across Australia that continues to reshape the way we shop. “Starting The Source was quite an organic process,” says Emma. “We’d moved to Byron Bay and bought a local health food store. We poured our hearts and souls into the busy store but realised that a lot of our products were heavily packaged and


that there had to be a better way to reduce our environmental footprint. The couple extended the store to include a juice bar, deli and about 40 large gravity bins filled with bulk foods, explains Emma. “We now have more than 30 stores across the country that are championing the return to this old-school method of buying produce.”

Ask in store about The Source Bulk Foods loyalty offer and save 5 per cent on your purchases.

The Source Bulk Foods Level 1, 9440 1002 @thesourcestives


MR FIX-IT Specialising in the repair of mobile phones, tablets and other electronic devices, the team at Mobile Experts are on hand to take away all your tech woes. Founder and director Varun shared with us a little about himself, and what customers can expect. “My Mobile Experts journey started with my first store in Wetherill Park,” says Varun.

Which beard suits you best? A CUT ABOVE the rest Kingsmen Hair has arrived and is bringing a fresh approach to men’s hairdressing. We asked owner Mohammed about what makes the Kingsmen difference. “Kingsmen is a blend of oldschool barber shops with some added street style. We make sure that all our stores have

“We’re now currently operating 20 stores across the state and still growing! We pride ourselves on offering a huge range of services and accessories and only the best service to our customers,” he continues. “From cases and screen protectors to Apple Watch wristbands, our range is really diverse.”

Mobile Experts Level 1, 9449 1468 @mobileexpertsaus

Men's haircut, $25. Kids, $18. Seniors, $20. No bookings required.

a welcoming ‘gentlemen’s club’ feel,” explains Mohammed. “We pride ourselves on our superior service and the unique barber experience we provide to our customers across all genres, styles, cultures and ages.”

Kingsmen Hair Level 1, 9440 4997 @kingsmenhair_stives

The team at Kingsmen Hair gave us the lowdown on choosing the perfect beard for your face shape. For men with a triangular face, opt for a full beard that balances your narrow chin with your wide jawline. Men with round faces should be looking to ‘square off’ their face with a neatly trimmed beard that’s hard along the cheekbones. A rectangular face looks best with a short and neatly trimmed beard, as does a square face. This style works to show off the strong lines you already have. No chin? No problem! Keep your beard full and have it shaped to give the illusion of a stronger jawline. And for men with an oval face shape, you can get creative and try a few styles until you find what’s right for you, as most styles will suit the shape of your face.

Kingsmen Hair Level 1, 9440 4997 @kingsmenhair_stives




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Kids Gone Wild Check out these snaps! The Crocodile Encounters Reptile Show and the Stick Insect Workshop were part of a packed school holiday program that kept the little ones entertained. Check page 36 for more exciting activities to keep kids’ boredom at bay this April.

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chinese New YEAR How much fun were our Chinese New Year celebrations in the centre? We were joined by a lion dance and a team of local dancers in traditional costume to ring in the Year of the Dog. The dragon symbolises luck and is said to bring of good fortune to the community. Fingers crossed!



Village eats Perfect pies and Easter delights to bake, slice and share

Creative cooking with an Autumnal twist



Family feast

Easy as pie

Roll your dough, warm the oven and ready yourself for the irresistible aroma of a homemade pie... You might be missing your summer salads, but Autumn is the perfect excuse to break out the comfort food in the form of these mouth-watering sweet and savoury pies.

Apple & quince l attice pie Short crust pie pastry* 1.25 kg mixed apples (half Granny Smith and half sweeter ones, such as Fuji) 1/3 cup plus 2 tsp. sugar 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1 tablespoon unsalted butter 1 cup drained poached quinces*


1. Cut sheet of pastry into a 35cm round, and cut second sheet into 2.5cm wide strips using a fluted pastry cutter or knife. Transfer strips to a baking sheet. Chill until needed. 2. Peel, core, and cut apples, half into 2cm thick slices and half into 2.5cm chunks – you should have 7 to 8 cups. Toss with ⅓ cup sugar and the lemon juice. 3. Melt butter in a frying pan over medium heat. Add apples. Cook, turning gently, until apples soften at edges but are still crisp in the middle for 15 minutes. Remove from heat and add quinces. Transfer to a rimmed baking sheet, let cool, then chill until cold. 4. Preheat oven to 190˚C (170˚ fan). Evenly fill pie shell with fruit and juices. Weave pastry strips over pie in a lattice: Evenly space half the pastry strips over pie in one direction (an odd number is best).


5. When finished, trim ends of strips even with bottom crust and tuck edges under crust so flush with and sitting on top of rim. Flute the rim. Sprinkle remaining 2 tsp sugar over pie and wrap rim with 4 strips of foil. 6. Bake for 20 minutes. Reduce heat to 170˚C (150˚ fan) and bake for a further 40 minutes, then remove foil. Continue baking for 20 to 30 more minutes, or until crust is golden brown and juices are bubbling in centre. Cool on a rack for at least 2½ hours before serving (can make 1 day ahead). * Keen to make your own shortcrust pastry and poached quinces? See News & Events at

get saucy Forget sugar-filled and salt loaded condiments, DIY gourmet sauces are the latest craze. They’re a healthy alternative to shop-bought options and are packed with fresh ingredients and full-on flavour. From classics such as tomato and barbecue to zesty salad dressings and hearty relishes, a homemade sauce makes the perfect finishing touch to your pie – and a great conversation piece! For inspiration and great recipes, visit our website


CHUNKY Beef & VegGIe Pie Shopping List Sutcliffe Meats and Romeo’s SUPA IGA 1 tbsp olive oil 1kg Australian beef chuck steak, cut into 2cm pieces 1 brown onion, finely chopped 1 garlic clove, crushed ¼ cup plain flour 2 cup beef stock 400g can diced tomatoes 1 carrot, cut into 2cm pieces 200g cup mushrooms, halved 1 sheet ready-rolled puff pastry 1 egg, lightly whisked

Comfort food at its finest


1. Heat the oil in a large heavy-based saucepan over high heat. Add the beef and cook, in 3 batches, stirring, for 5 minutes or until well browned. Transfer to a heatproof bowl. Reduce heat to medium. Add the onion and garlic to the pan and cook, stirring, for 5 minutes or until soft. 2. Add the flour and cook, stirring, for 30 seconds. Gradually add the stock, stirring and scraping the base of the pan. Stir in the tomato. Return the beef to the pan. Bring to a simmer. Reduce heat to low and cook, covered, for 1 hour. 3. Add carrot and mushroom to the pan and cook for 30 minutes or until meat is tender. Uncover and cook, stirring occasionally, for a further 30 minutes or until liquid has reduced and thickened. Set aside to cool. 4. Preheat oven to 190˚C (170˚ fan). Transfer the beef mixture to a round 6-cup (1.5L) baking dish. Place the pastry sheet over the beef mixture to enclose the filling, pressing the edges to seal. Use a knife to make a few cuts into the centre of the pastry, or decorate the top of the pie with shapes or leaves, as pictured. Whisk the egg in a small bowl with a little water. Brush the egg mixture over the pastry. Bake for 30 minutes or until the top is golden. Serve.

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Rosemary & Garlic Leg of Lamb Shopping List Prime Quality Meats and Romeo’s SUPA IGA 2½ kg leg of lamb 1 garlic bulb 1 bunch rosemary 1 tbsp vegetable oil 1 onion, cut into quarters ⅔ cup red wine 5 cup (1.2L) beef or lamb stock


1. First, stud the lamb with garlic and rosemary. Use a sharp knife make at least 30 small incisions all over the meat. Thinly slice 4 garlic cloves and push a slice into each incision. Repeat the process using small sprigs of rosemary. 2. Heat oven to 190˚C (170˚ fan). Heat a large frying pan, add a little oil and brown the lamb all over. Scatter the onion, remaining garlic and rosemary in a large roasting tin. Pour in the wine and stock then place the browned lamb in the tin. 3. Roast for about 1 hour, 45 minutes. Turn the lamb halfway through so by the time it’s cooked, each side has been in the stock. When cooked remove the lamb and allow to rest in a warm place, covered in foil, for about 30 minutes. 4. Serve with roast cauliflower and hasselback potatoes.


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Easter fare

Carve into a stress-free family roast with all the trimmings Impress your guests with on-trend sides that taste as good as they look and perfectly complement that traditional lamb roast. These easy-to-follow recipes are packed with flavour, and just add a side of greens for a feast to be proud of.

Whole Roast Cauliflower Shopping List Romeo’s SUPA IGA 2 large heads cauliflower 1 clove garlic, halved ¼ cup olive oil 4 tbsp Dijon mustard Salt and freshly ground black pepper ½ cup fresh parsley leaves, roughly chopped ¼ cup grated parmesan Lemon wedges, for serving


1. Put an oven rack in the bottom of the oven and preheat to 230˚C (210˚ fan). Line a baking tray with foil. 2. Remove leaves from the cauliflower, then trim the stem so the cauliflower sits flat on the prepared baking sheet. Rub the outside of each head with the cut garlic. 3. Whisk together the oil, 3 tbsp mustard, ½ tsp salt and black pepper in a small bowl. Put the cauliflower on the baking sheet and brush the entire outside with the mustard-oil mixture. 4. Roast cauliflower for up to 1 hour, until golden and tender (a skewer inserted into the centre should pass through easily). Rest for 5 minutes. 5. Meanwhile, combine parsley and parmesan in a small bowl. Brush the outside of the roasted cauliflower heads all over with the remaining 1 tbsp mustard and generously sprinkle with the parmesan mixture. 6. Cut cauliflower into thick wedges and serve on plates with a sprinkle of salt, lemon wedges and any extra parmesan mixture.

Hasselback potatoes Shopping List Romeo’s SUPA IGA 8 tbsp butter ½ cup extra virgin olive oil ⅓ cup finely chopped chives Salt and black pepper 6 medium russet potatoes


1. Preheat the oven to 230˚C (210˚ fan). 2. Stir together the butter, olive oil, chives and some salt and pepper in a small bowl. 3. Place a potato between the handles of 2 wooden spoons or 2 chopsticks. Slice the potato into thin slices, leaving ¼ inch at the bottom unsliced; the spoon handles will prevent you from slicing the potato all the way through. Repeat with the remaining potatoes. 4. Put the potatoes on a baking sheet and brush on the butter mixture, making sure to get in between all the slices. 5. Bake for 55 to 60 minutes.



Dessert delights

Hot cross buns

Get creative with a tasty twist on a muchloved seasonal favourite There’s no such thing as too many hot cross buns, and the latest trend is to take the humble bun far beyond a light toasting and a bit of butter…

Hot cross bun Tiramisu Shopping List Romeo’s SUPA IGA

6-8 hot cross buns 500ml boiling water, mixed with 3 tbsp instant espresso powder ½ cup caster sugar 3 tbsp coffee liqueur 4 large egg yolks ⅓ cup Marsala 2 cups mascarpone 1 cup (225ml) double cream, chilled 1-2 tbsp cocoa powder 2 chocolate flakes, crushed


1. Cut four of the buns into bite-sized pieces. Reserve the remaining buns for another use. 2. Combine the espresso, 1 tbsp caster sugar and the coffee liqueur in a shallow bowl. Whisk well until the sugar and espresso powder have dissolved. Set aside to cool.


3. Dip the prepared hot cross bun pieces into the coffee mixture to soak. Gently press into the bases of four individual serving glasses. 4. Beat egg yolks with Marsala and 120g caster sugar in a large, heatproof mixing bowl set over a half-filled saucepan of simmering water for 6-8 minutes or until pale and thick. 5. Remove from the heat and beat in the mascarpone until thoroughly incorporated.

6. Whip the cream in a separate mixing bowl until softly peaked, then fold into the mascarpone mixture in three additions. Spoon mixture into a large piping bag fitted with round nozzle. 7. Pipe a layer of the cream on top of the hot cross bun bases in the glasses. 8. Top with the remaining hot cross bun pieces, soaking them in the remaining coffee mixture first. 9. Pipe another layer of mascarpone mixture on top and dust with some cocoa powder. Cover and chill for 2 hours.

Sweet cobbler 4 hot cross buns 3 eggs ½ cup milk ½ cup full fat cream ½ tsp cinnamon 2 tbsp brown sugar ¼ cup raisins soft butter 40g dark chocolate, chopped 40g white chocolate, chopped Icing sugar and cocoa, to serve


1. Heat oven to 180°C (160˚ fan). 2. Slice off the tops of the hot cross buns and shred the rest. Beat eggs with milk, cream, cinnamon and sugar in a bowl. Mix in the raisins. 3. Butter four small ovenproof bowls. Divide the shredded rolls into the bowls and pour on the egg-milk mixture. Sprinkle some of the dark and white chocolate over each and place the bread lids on top. Bake for 20 minutes. 4. Remove the bowls from oven and dust with icing sugar and cocoa to serve.



W i t h Dhru m a f r o m Bakers D e l ig h t

You can’t create our modern hot cross bun desserts without a deliciously fluffy bun, and Bakers Delight is the place to go. “Whether you have them toasted with butter or straight from the bag, our hot cross buns are the perfect blend of sweet and spicy,” says Dhruma. “They’re baked fresh every day so are always perfectly soft and plump. We have five different flavours available including traditional, mocha and even apple and cinnamon. And there are choc chip and fruitless varieties available too.” For more fun ways to reinvent your hot cross buns, visit the Bakers Delight website for recipes

Bakers Delight Level 2, 9983 1711

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Image courtesy of Chris Warnes and Home Beautiful. Opposite page, top left: Bed Bath N’ Table Batari queen quilt cover $149.95. Pillowcase pair $34.95. European pillowcases $39.95 each. Kiki stillwater queen sheet set $129.95. Margot velvet cushion, petrol blue $49.95. Luxury faux fur cushion, blush $59.95. Margot chenille throw $79.95.


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Take inspiration from lustful tones and statement florals

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s t y l e i n s p i r at i o n with janelle from b e d b at h n ’ ta bl e

MODERN ROMANTIC “This season, give your bedroom a luxurious makeover with decadent velours, faux furs and brassy metallics,” Janelle suggests. “We’re seeing romantic florals and dreamy patterns in pretty pinks, powder blues and rich navy. Finish the look with coordinated throws and cushions, and a rose gold metal tray by the bed.”

Clockwise from top left: Elleran Lingerie Palindrome dreamscape robe $189.95. Ginia silk playsuit, teal $169. RG Collection Set of two tables $349.95. Bed Bath N’ Table Morgan & Finch 375 thread count cotton sateen York sheet set $139.95. Sorrento Perugia velvet chair, rosewater $990. Botanica blush cushion $59.95. Crown with pearls vanilla velvet cushion $254. Plenty Kitchen & Tableware Clover mirror tray $129.95. Pictured on tray: Bed Bath N’ Table Voluspa 100-hour candle, crane flower $49.95. Atticus tealight holder $9.95. Seaglass hurricane vase, brown $49.95. L'Occitane dry skin hand cream $44. Sorrento Magnolia bud (faux) $22.95.

Pictured right: Bed Bath N’ Table Simona coverlet from $299.95. Standard pillowcases $59.95 each. European pillowcases $59.95 each. Saros queen quilt cover $159.95. Sintra queen sheet set $129.95. Emerson cushion $49.95.


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gourmet getaways

Pick, chop, roll and taste your way around the world! Ever dreamed of slurping pho on the streets of Hanoi, or using freshly picked olives to create authentic Italian dishes in Tuscany? Perfect for honeymooners, a group of friends or the adventurous among us, food-focused holidays are a great excuse for a cultural getaway. From cooking classes with world-class chefs to day trips where you pick your own produce, our resident travel experts will find a top-taste travel trip that’s perfect for you.


in Vietnam..

Get lost among the stalls of street food With Belinda Hunt from Helloworld Travel Put simply, Vietnam is a foodie’s paradise. With a number of flavoursome national dishes including their famous pho and an abundance of street food to sate your tastebuds, Vietnam’s cuisine varies by region. From subtle and balanced in the north to hot and spicy in central Vietnam and sweet once you hit the south,

fresh herbs and local produce are used in abundance throughout. “If you have half a day to spare on your adventure, Hoi An offers up some great tours,” says Belinda. “Start in the local market getting lost in the smells and sounds, then take a leisurely cruise to a cooking school. There, you’ll get to watch demonstrations from

VILLAGE living professional chefs and practise the techniques they’re sharing.” Vietnam’s charm lies in the street vendors and local producers that supply each area. “Take a tour that will lead you on a walk through the alleyways filled with stalls, and meet the vendors while sampling their authentic cuisine,” recommends Belinda. “You get a really great sense of their local life and the best part is, you’re eating food just like the locals.”


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Chat to Belinda’s team about creating your own food-tastic journey through Vietnam.

Local bookworm Louise Owens is President of the NSW Dickens Society and is on a mission this Autumn to bring some foodie goodness to Village Life readers. Louise writes a regular book blog at

Helloworld Travel Level 2, 9449 8598 @helloworld_stives

FOOD TRAI LS BY LONELY PLANET, $ 34 .9 9 Written by a host of people who’ve visited each place themselves (always so reassuring!), this book describes 52 fabulous weekends around the world for food lovers. What’s your dream dinner destination? Seafood chowder in Maine? Street snacks in Vietnam? Cajun cuisine in the deep south? Wherever you’re headed in the world, there will be a detailed guide to a fabulous food-focused trip.


in Tuscany..

Indulge on wine, cheese and fresh produce With Adelina Arancibia from St Ives Travel Known for its incredible Renaissance art and architecture, Tuscany is a picturesque setting to brush up on bruschetta and learn about legumes. Get your hands dirty on local farms picking produce, master the perfect pasta dough and become a connoisseur of local Tuscan ingredients. “Food is such a big part of Italy’s culture so it’s a great way to immerse yourself into their local life,” says Adelina. “We’ve sent our customers on a variety of trips that range from a gourmet cooking class to multi-day tours where you get a really immersive food experience.”

And it won't just be photos you bring home, but new foodie knowledge too. “One day you might be among the trees picking olives, and the next you’re tasting regional wines or rolling meatballs. Our trips are flexible and cater to everyone,” Adelina says. Contact Adelina and the team to book a tantalising Tuscan adventure. St Ives Travel Level 1, 9983 1699

Planning to visit Paris or maybe just dreaming about it? Either way, this book is a dreamy concoction of all that delights in the City of Light. Carroll reveals her favourite street stalls, the best local markets, hidden coffee shops and cool cafes. An inspiring handbook for all things Parisian, it’s filled to the brim with stunning atmospheric photos. It’s the nearest thing to being in Paris itself (and much more affordable). Très bon!

M ATT M ORAN’S AUSTRA LIAN FOOD: COAST + COUNTRY BY M ATT M ORAN, $ 4 5 Isn’t Australia doing well on the world food stage? From coast to coast, our inspiring chefs’ fantastic fare is putting us on the map as a food-lover’s paradise. This book doesn’t disappoint, with scrumptious recipes created from local produce, including stunning seafood, fresh fruit (try Matt’s iconic passionfruit cheesecake) and slow-roasted lamb shoulder. A must-have on the cookbook shelf.

All titles are available at Book Review Level 1, 9144 7837


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BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE VILLAGE Our retailers are leading the way with waste-free shopping initiatives At The Village, we’re constantly implementing new practices and technologies to help care for our environment and revolutionise the way we operate – so we’re delighted to see so many of our retailers embracing ways to reduce our human footprint on the planet.

Recycle Bakers Delight is among the retailers at The Village who are reducing their waste. They donate leftover bread to charities including The Salvation Army and the Matthew Talbot Hostel, who gather excess food and redistribute it to those people who need it most.

We can all make a difference. That can start with looking at the way we shop and making small changes to reduce the amount of waste we’re creating, as well as buying produce from ethical sources that prioritise sustainability.

We’ve just welcomed new store The Source Bulk Foods, which stocks a range of local and organic produce in large storage containers, allowing you to take in and fill up your own reusable receptacles. As the biggest specialised bulk food retailer in Australia, it’s safe to say that owners Paul and Emma know a thing or two about wastefree shopping (see page 20). So, gather your old jars, containers and reusable bags and fill them up with the huge range of healthy wholefoods!


The Athlete’s Foot is implementing great initiatives. Owner John Rae works with a charity, Shoes for Planet Earth, where you can take your old sports shoes into the store and they’ll be donated to kids in need in Africa. Visit John instore for more information about getting involved.



One of the easiest steps in changing the way you and your family think about sustainability is by reducing your use of non-recyclable and singleuse products. Recently, Harris Farm Markets banned plastic shopping bags from their familyrun stores and have introduced reusable paper bags instead. You can also use their recyclable boxes for your groceries or purchase stronger, fabric shopping bags.

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Plenty Kitchen and Tableware (below) KeepCup, small glass $24.95. KeepCup, medium glass $19.95.

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Time to Shape Up

lighting the way DITCH the PL ASTIC BOTTLES Swap your plastic water bottle for a glass one, and buy a reusable cup for your daily coffee hit. You can pick up a stylish and long-lasting ‘keep cup’ from the huge range at Plenty Kitchen & Tableware.

The St Ives team are always looking at ways to make The Village even more eco-friendly, and have installed energyefficient LED lights throughout the centre and car park. Plus, it’s now running a ‘greener’ power supply and air conditioning system. Watch this space for more!

Cliq Cafe and Copper Pan even offer a 50c discount on large coffees when you use your own reusable cup.

w i t h JE S S E fro m Eme r s e Ski n & L a s e r C l i ni c

Beat the stubborn leftovers of over-indulgence and missed workouts with an innovative new treatment from Emerse Skin & Laser Clinic. “We’ve seen clients get great results with our SculpSure™ treatment,” says manager Jesse. “It uses light-based technology to permanently reduce fat cells in areas such as the abdomen, arms and love handles. It’s non-invasive and doesn’t hurt, so it suits a wide range of clients.” A quick 25-minute treatment can destroy up to 24 per cent of fat in the treated area, plus there’s no downtime. “Most of our clients come in on their lunch breaks or while they’re shopping. One in particular was elated to see results in the first seven days.” For a better look at how it works, check out the video on Emerse’s website. When you’re ready to shape up, see Jesse and her team for a no-obligation consultation. Emerse Skin & Laser Clinic Level 2, 9488 9788 @emerseskinandlaserclinic

reusable bags

EMBRACE INNOVATION Take advantage of innovative kitchen products that replace single-use items, such as Bee Wrappy Beeswax Food Wraps (instead of cling wrap) from Plenty Kitchen & Tableware.

When buying fresh produce, avoid using individual plastic bags. Instead put fruit and veg together in a reusable bag. Take paper bags for items such as beans and snow peas, and use your own reusable containers when stocking up at Deli Hub or The Source Bulk Foods.

Save big on sculpting – Now just $750 per treatment for Village Life readers


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gift card Autumn Fashion freebies!

family fun and easter activities

Spend $250 or more on fashion, beauty or accessories between 19 March and 9 April and get a free $25 gift card!

We’ve relaunched our Kids Activities with some exciting events every Monday morning at 9.30am. Wannabees will be hosting once a month – check the website for details.

School holidays – sorted! 29 & 31 MARCH

EASTER BUNNY’S BONANZA Did someone say “free chocolate”? You’ll be excited to hear the Easter Bunny will be here, giving away eggs and making lots of friends across the Easter weekend, from 10am to 1pm. 16-19 april


Easter in the market room 23 March-6 April

Spend over $20 on fresh food and you could win an instant prize. Plus, you’ll go in the draw to win a catered dinner party for six people.

We welcome back Marian Street Theatre, who'll be performing Aladdin at The Village. There will be outstanding daily performances outside Priceline on Level 1 at 9.30am and 11.30am. 20-26 april

WANNABEES are here! The lovable Wannabees will host their very own TV Studio and Fashion Shop at The Village. Roleplaying and dress-ups are just two ways your little ones can let their imaginations run wild! Join us from 9.30am to 12.30pm on Fridays 20 and 27 April and Monday 23 April. Plus, create your own Sand Art from just $6.


Seniors’ Week

19 March-3 April Ku-ring-gai Monopoly Photo Exhibition As a major sponsor for the Monopoly Ku-ring-gai Edition, view the finalists of the photographic exhibition in the Gallery.

‘Day in the Life of’ Photographic Competition Hosted by Ku-ring-gai Council, the competition bridges the gap between generations, with the youth of Ku-ring-gai invited to photograph local seniors as part of Seniors’ Week (see left).

1-13 May St Lucy’s School Exhibition 14-27 May St.Art Exhibition An open invitation to school children who’d like to exhibit their artworks with the theme ‘What’s special to me’. Looking for inspiration for your art? Take a look at The Gallery section on our website.

4-13 April

A jam-packed event calendar is in the pipeline for Seniors’ Week. There’ll be exciting and interesting free workshops, information sessions, health advice, and much more. For details, check


Make sure you make a fuss of Mum. Stuck for a gift? Just look at the page opposite for inspiration. We’ll be giving away a gift with purchase, so check for details.

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word Don’t forget Mother’s Day! Sunday 13 May

B e at b r e a k fa s t i n b e d a n d t r e at M u m t o s o m e t h i n g s h e 'll l o v e , w i t h t h i s s e l e c t i o n o f f r e s h fa s h i o n f i n d s f r o m a r o u n d T h e V i ll a g e Clockwise from top left: Sorrento White vase, 22cm $21.95. Magnolia bud (faux flowers) $22.95. Blue Illusion Madame rachelle bucket bag $89.99. RG Collection Khaki faux ostrich leather clutch $49.95. St Ives Professional Skincare Clarins Everlasting Foundation $50. Good Times Watchmaker Adina sports oceaneer dress watch NK170-16 $549. Red Pearl Marc Cain Leather ankle boots $660. Book Review Where To Drink Coffee by Liz Clayton $34.99. Bed Bath N’ Table Diamond footed tea light holder, green $9.95. Priceline Narciso perfume, 50ml $119. St Ives Professional Skincare Clarins illuminating cheek colour $55. Bed Bath N’ Table Skagen vase $39.95. OPSM Prada sunglasses $460.


Win a catered dinner party for 6

Spend $20 on fre sh food or c ateri n g fr o m 23 March – 6 April to wi n Major prize: Chris Aguasa, Top of the Green chef, will prepare a dinner party for 6 in your home. To enter, visit Village Concierge for details Plus hundreds of prizes to be won instantly! Instant Win Prizes Include: Market Room Gift Vouchers, Free Coffees, Two for 1 meals, Hot cross buns and more…

Check website for full Terms & Conditions and for further information. *Includes cafés & bottle shops but excludes Majors: Romeos IGA, Harris Farm and Woolworths.

St Ives Village Life Magazine Autumn 2018  

With good food comes good living, and we’ve got a real treat for foodies this Autumn, with our most delicious issue ever.

St Ives Village Life Magazine Autumn 2018  

With good food comes good living, and we’ve got a real treat for foodies this Autumn, with our most delicious issue ever.