• Callebaut peanut butter easter cupcakes

    Easter recipe: Callebaut peanut butter cream frosted cupcakes with bunny ears

    Easter is the time for a good ol’ guilt-free binge. Within reason. And chocolate masters, Callebaut are serving the goods this chocolate season with this tantalising recipe for cupcakes that are worth the effort. Preparation time: 20 minutes, makes 12 large cupcakes Cooking time: 40 minutes approx. Ingredients: Cake 300g Callebaut Dark Couverture Fairtrade Callets 54.5% chocolate […]

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    Get free coffee for a year at the new Veneziano Coffee Surry Hills Sydney

    There’s a new cafe in Surry Hills you need to know about. Weekend brunches, workday caffeine hits, tasty treats, the uje, but in a particular style that is all its own – Melburnian style. Veneziano Coffee in Surry Hills Sydney is the newest addition there from the city’s southern sister, offering up the usual with […]

  • Mr Black caffeine pop up

    There’s a coffee pop-up in the city with Mr Black you need to know about

    Coffee enthusiasts, this one’s for you. The coffee liqueur masters over at Mr Black have teamed up with Three Bottle Man bar to transform Australia’s distinctive coffee culture into an evening affair with a caffeine-fuelled pop-up bar. For three nights, they’ve taking over a CBD laneway to prove once and for all that Sydneysiders are […]


Dish’d Food Store by Jacques Reymond

One of the country’s most renowned men in a white gown, Jacques Reymond, has put his name behind another set-for-success business that has outshone most of its competitors already. The name? Dish’d. It takes home ordering of food and food products to a whole new, gourmet level that up until recently has largely been unseen. […]

Harrolds X Artioli made-to-measure

The Artiolis are a prominent Italian family, made so by their pioneering of handcrafted shoe development through the 20th century. Severino Artioli handed down his skills and knowledge to his descendants, Vito and Andrea, both of whom have carried on the namesake and skill of the predecessor. Their strong lineage has resulted in the worldwide […]

Almost Naked Models ride a Water Slide

Nude models plus water. General Pants recently thought it’d be a good idea to combine the two in a new contemporary interpretation of what it means to hold a runway show of new season swimwear released in stores this month. With DJ Andy Murphy doing his thing, male and female models took to the slide… […]

Friday Nights is back for The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier

The National Gallery of Victoria will be the only Australian venue for The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk exhibition, which this October will launch itself into the gallery, showing some of the designer’s finest work. The exhibition will feature more than 140 superbly crafted garments, in addition to photographs, sketches, […]

So who is ‘Boohoo’?

There’s this one guy who works at Boohoo by the name of Shane Chin. He’s the senior menswear designer at Boohoo and is a fella who has kicked goals since joining its ranks. He’s working hard to reinvent the perception of fashion and style we all tend to have in the backs of our minds […]

Spring Racing taking us to Germany

Never before have I wanted to strap on my lieterhosen and slap my thighs quite as hard until now, when I discovered that this year’s Emirates Marquee theme at the birdcage is based on Germany. Playing on the cultural diversity of Germany and amping-up the fairy-tale influence of the country thanks to its ancient castles and […]

Melbourne, Paris or Provence?

Who needs to go to France when you get the best bits in Melbourne? As nice as that would be to say permanently, it’s a bit of a transient thing this November with the fifth year return of the President Cheese Paris to Provence Festival taking place at Como House, celebrating all the good things […]

Great Dane moves to Sydney

By Claudia Wood.  It’s easy to spot the Great Dane showroom in Sydney: the glistening floor to ceiling windows at the shop front are bursting with light, illuminating a world of Scandinavian luxury. You can’t help but be impressed as your draw closer to the refurbished showroom and are met by two stoic and elegant, […]

Finding inner peace at Kaya Health Clubs

You’ve never felt so much peace and good health at a bowling alley until you’ve entered Kaya Health Clubs on Chapel Street, Melbourne. Well… That is, at least, what used to be a bowling alley. Since taking it over just under two years ago, they have gutted it, renovated and turned it into a dark, warm and welcoming health […]

Matcho Suba: just add wine

By Holly Thomas. The first day of spring rained down on the Arts Centre and in true Melbourne fashion, the weather was as unpredictable as ever. Despite the wet weather, Yarrabank in conjunction with the Arts Centre Melbourne and Melburnian fashion designer Matcho Suba pulled out all of the stops with a feast for both […]