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picnicking
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Return to the golden age of picnicking

The golden age of picnicking conjures up images of chequered blankets, lush green grass, towering trees and a picnic basket packed with delicious homemade provisions. But while the word 'picnic' may suggest associations with paper plates or plastic forks, dining in the outdoors can be an elegant affair – with the right equipment. more

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Discover colourful fanfare at Happiness Place, Paddington
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Discover colourful fanfare at Happiness Place, Paddington

A treasure chest filled with worldly items sourced from Australia, the UK and US, Happiness Place in Paddington bursts with brightness. Squeezing as much pop colour as possible into one space, Lorilie Cunningham and daughter Stephanie Rooke have created a homewares store that a rainbow would be proud to call one of its own. more


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Vibrant sustainable style with Ruby Olive bangles
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Vibrant sustainable style with Ruby Olive bangles

Local jeweller Skye Anderton draws inspiration from the colourful frenzy of Rio Carnival and the seaside bliss of Sicily to create the bright palettes that she weaves into her label Ruby Olive. Finding romance in the beauty of things found right in front of our eyes – whether nature, people, architecture or product – Skye shapes these vibrant stories into her necklaces, bangles, brooches and scarves. more

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Introducing the anti-ugg by Hobes footwear
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Introducing the anti-ugg by Hobes footwear

Ugg boots have an extremely questionable reputation. On one hand they are terribly good at keeping toes warm in the cooler months. But on the other hand, sometimes people wear them in public, when they’re the type of footwear that should only be worn in the privacy of your own home, around people who unconditionally love you. more

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Pack your woodland weekend essentials into an ELK backpack
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Pack your woodland weekend essentials into an ELK backpack

Trekking through a grassy field, jumping over fallen tree logs, stopping by a freshwater stream for a cool-off before heading on to your cabin nestled in the wilderness – weekend bushwalking adventures are the perfect escape from the bustling city. And while treks close to nature require the right type of equipment, there’s no need to forfeit style in the process. more