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You know those Instagram accounts that are too perfect to exist outside of pixel-land – just the right amount of white
space, curated items angled just so, a sense of balance that would put a yoga instructor to shame? Well, Lisa Tay has done
the impossible and created Arrival Hall, an East Perth bricks-and-mortar every bit as pretty as those perfectly arranged
squares. “We had just touched down at the airport from one of our earlier sourcing trips when we saw the Arrival Hall sign
and thought it would aptly describe the idea behind our store – a place where beautiful items would make their journey
from all over the world to come together in one space,” says Lisa. With her aesthetic game strong after honing her fashion-
design credentials in Melbourne, New York and Hong Kong, she recommends stocking up on marble products for winter,
plus warm-toned copper and brass home accessories. “Stay warm during the cold days and nights with our gorgeous
range of blankets, teapots and vacuum jugs.” Vacuum jugs? We’ll take her word for it. 2 Saunders Street, East Perth.
The fashion blogger at What’s the Goh
has devoted fans for her sleek style, quirky
minimalism and epic fringe. Who better to
say where we should shop in Perth?
UnchARTed, the latest addition to
Beaufort Street in Mount Lawley, is
a Mecca for all things arty, providing
a space for local artisans to sell their
wares. We ask Sioux Tempestt, the
(exotically named) brains behind the
operation, to tell us a few of her faves.
1. Tankateo “Her illustration style is unique, colourful
and fresh. The characters have personality which
explodes from the canvas.”
2. Jessica Jubb “Her nature-inspired jewellery is
edgy and contemporary, with a definite ‘wow’ factor.”
3. Brenton See “I really dig his use of geometry and
bold colours, coupled with highly detailed animals.”
4. Knitted Window “The use of eco-friendly
resin and other materials creates stunning and
5. Arli Design “The characters are endearing,
and the illustrations are fluid and graceful, with
a dreamlike quality.”
How would you describe your style?
My style is quite varied, and changes with my mood.
But I really do love Japanese designers, so I guess it’s
loosely based on the Japanese aesthetic.
What are the items on your winter wish list?
Versatile, black, leather ankle boots are on the top
of my list – I’m sure Dilettante will have an awesome
pair. There’s also an awesome textured black bomber
in ShopGoh [her new online store, ShopGoh.com]
that I’m eyeing at the moment, but we only have
two of them in stock, so I’m trying really hard to leave
them for customers!
Where do you head for a bargain?
Zomp – they always have a great sale section.
If you had a limitless budget, where would
you go to splurge?
Dilettante, for sure!
Weirdest place you’ve scored a gem?
Sussan is not my vibe at all, but I followed my
mum in there once and found the cutest white
What does the Perth shopping scene need more of?
I would love to see more eclectic, independent
boutiques pop up.
Any local designers you’re loving right now?
Poppy Lissiman and One Fell Swoop.
Best shop for:
n Casual clothes – Alpha60
n Cocktail dresses – Dilettante
n Jewellery – Cultstatus
n Homewares – Ricarda
n Shoes – Zomp
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