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We heart vintage
Creative duo Kate Cummins and Bridget Hudson
have opened their quirky pop-up boutique Neon
Pony in the heart of Perth, at Carillon Arcade.
Go back in time with the store’s selection of
eclectic vintage and vintage-inspired pieces
from the 50s-90s.
Queen of hats
Hats off to milliner Reny Kestel for the highly
anticipated opening of her new store, Hat Box Gallery.
You’ve seen her creations perched beautifully on
the heads of models at LMFF for Aurelio Costarella,
at Perth Fashion Festival and in the pages of Scoop
magazine... now you can view her spring range just
in time for the racing season. By appointment only,
located on the corner of Lake and Bulwer streets.
In need of some retail therapy? Follow our guide to
the season’s best shopping destinations.
Twice as nice
Local designer Betty Tran
has opened the doors to
her second WA boutique.
The new Times Square
Claremont store coincides
with the designer’s one-
year brand anniversary
and debut of her latest
collection, La Muse. It’s all
systems go for Betty who
also recently returned
from Paris where she met
with international stockists
for her autumn/winter
Solid Gold has opened a new $3 million showroom on Hay
Street, with some of the world’s rarest diamonds on display.
Fashion blogger Bec Davis of Style Me Peachy has opened
her new boutique Peachy in Shenton Park, and we love its
mix of fun, edgy streetwear. Bonus points for the spacious
change rooms and flattering lighting.
Flannel has done double duty, opening a new women’s
boutique on Rokeby Road, Subiaco and its first menswear
store in Napoleon Street, Cottesloe. Just as well, ’cos we
can’t get enough of the simple but sumptuous designs.
Morgan Marks has opened another namesake store in
Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley. Their range of urban women’s
wear is so comfy we never want to take it off.
The luxe Montblanc has opened in Brookfield Place, with
timeless watches, leather pieces and writing instruments.
Local boutique Hatch has relocated from Carillon City to
ENEX100. Since 2011, the boutique has not only helped
develop more than 25 WA labels, including Ange Lang,
Zsadar and Steph Audino, but also raised over a quarter of
a million dollars in direct revenue for WA designers.
Nedlands favourite Coco & Lola re-opened its doors to
a new boutique that reflects the store’s labels. Watch out
for new summer designs from the likes of Collette by
Collette Dinnigan and Talulah Swim.
Department has re-opened its Beaufort Street boutique
with a modern new look that fits with the store’s brand of
clothing, accessories and homewares.
Men’s store Captain Of The Ship has set sail to a new
location at London Court in the city. We think it will be the
perfect port for the gentlemanly contemporary attire.
Unisex boutique Pigeonhole now calls Forrest Chase
home. The new, decked-out location is stocked full
of clothing, jewellery, homewares and stationery, plus
photography and Polaroid provisions, and quirky treasures.
Pigeonhole also has a pop-up shop at ENEX100, located
next-door to Gorman on the Hay Street level.
Napoleon Street in Cottesloe is turning into a fashion hub,
its latest addition being Joy Avenue Concept Boutique.
Discover a selection of emerging and established
designers – think Zhivago, Jonte, Lifewithbird, Eileen Kirby,
Samantha Wills, Jessica Bratich and more. The boutique
also has a salon attached where you can get professional
makeup applications and tanning.
NEW KID ON THE BLOCK
Jomay Dee Cao only released her eponymous
label Jomay Cao this year, and already the local
designer has opened a flagship store in Times
Square, Claremont. “I was involved in a shop-
share arrangement at Times Square (opposite my
new store) when I released my previous collection
(AW/13) and had a very positive experience,” says
Jomay. The designer’s full collection of beautifully
structured designs, as well as Gyptian jewellery and
leather bags, are all in store.
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