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Thursday 26 November 2015
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interview with julia denes: founder of woodfolk

Bridget Conway
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Thanks to people like Julia Denes, founder of Woodfolk, it’s becoming easier and easier to be an ethical shopper. A virtually unknown phrase up until recent times, ethical shopping is more important than ever in the constantly expanding and shifting world of fashion and design. I sat down with Julia and asked her a few…
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Saturday 6 April 2013
Arts Books

lip lit: shopping, seduction and mr selfridge

Coco McGrath
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Everybody knows that age-old cliché, ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’. It’s a well-meaning expression. Yes, we should probably take a closer look at the book before deciding whether or not to read it. Yes, it’s better to get to know a person rather than forming opinions based on their appearance. And yes, Lizzy…
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Saturday 24 December 2011
Culture Featured

jingle bell rock: six steps to yuletide insanity

Jessica Hannah
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On the first day of Christmas, Sydney city gave to me…an exorbitant parking fee I’ve never owned a car. Okay, that’s not entirely correct. It was bottle green with red interior, a 1980’s throw-back to Suzuki’s hey day, nudge bar and manual locking inclusive. I neglected Cornelius (another reason I shouldn’t have children, my penchant…
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Monday 19 December 2011
Culture

working girls, show us a picture: you gotta look the part

Emma Koehn
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I’m stumbling through a chain store in the thick of late night shopping. Katy Perry’s voice pours through unseen speakers, stands of accessories jump out at me from thin air. Mirrors are fixed to the walls in a way that makes you slightly nauseous, with multiple copies of yourself staring back at you from behind…
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Wednesday 14 December 2011
Culture

merry madness – does christmas have to mean mayhem?

Shannon McKeogh
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Find and purchase perfect Christmas gifts & presents at Everything here. http://www.dealsdirect.com.au/christmas-shopping-guide/ Welcome to Christmas, the home of retail hell. Forget “merry” and “jolly” – the best words to describe retail shopping during Christmas are “run in and get the hell out!” Fluorescent lights, a shit-load of customers with their trollies overloaded with red and…
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Sunday 24 July 2011
Culture

cheap neon dreams

Emma Koehn
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Worshippers of neon clothing had a reason to celebrate in June. In Melbourne, they lined up throughout the icy night (some wearing thermal jeggings, perhaps) and waited for chain store Zara to open its shiny, security heavy doors. It was a good moment for the fuss free shopper – Zara has taken a sweet while…
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