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TO LOVE MANY
Since MANY 6160 set up a curated artisan marketplace in
the empty old Fremantle Myer – which, let’s face it, was
getting kind of creepy – our trips to Freo have multiplied
exponentially. And, after hearing a slew of cool new
shops has just opened there, you’d have to forgive
us for trying to set up permanent camp at the place.
We’re most excited about Pigeonhole – yep, like the
one in the city – with its analogue photography and
quirky fashion, homewares and gifts, and Antipodium,
the West Aussie label that oozes East London cool.
We also can’t wait to start stockpiling the opulent
jewellery from costume designer Rummage, or the
yummy vegan soaps from Peaches & Clean that are
made on site. 2 Newman Court, Fremantle.
1. Bluebird Vintage, Wembley
Retro French music, crystal chandeliers and old-fashioned wallpaper set the scene for this vintage wonderland, where
you’ll find 50s frocks, costume jewellery and Polaroid cameras at affordable price points. Some of the goods are tucked
away into drawers and cupboards so you’ll feel like you’re ransacking a glamorous gran’s attic as you hunt for the
hidden treasures. 288 Cambridge Street, Wembley.
2. Broken Doll, Fremantle
This Freo boutique is stuffed to the brim with dresses from the 50s to the 80s – as you wade through the florals, polka
dots and ruffles, your mind will run wild imagining the dresses’ original owners. If you’re after a showstopper of a fancy
dress but can’t justify spending full price on one-off wear, they offer rentals, too. Or, if that perfect pouf of an 80s dress
swamps you even more than it should, you can get it altered. 9 Atwell Arcade, Fremantle.
3. Oh Henry, Northbridge
There’s a bit of a nautical theme going on here, with ropes and an anchor sign (we hear the owner’s a massive fan of
Gilligan’s Island and The Love Boat). This is vintage for the minimalists, with clean and uncluttered indoor space,
and the stock is replenished weekly with finds from the 40s to the 90s that the owner’s procured on worldwide travels.
177 William Street, Northbridge.
4. Neon Pony, Perth
This cheerful store looks a bit more modern than your standard vintage store: instead of fading shabby chic, expect
bright pops of colour. Its contents are more modern, too – although the store stocks a sizeable collection of jewelled
statement necklaces and vintage clothes, a ‘vintage-inspired’ line will give you the look without the mothballs. There’s
another location in Northbridge. Level 2, Carillon City Arcade, Perth.
5. Miss Brown, Perth
If you’re on a mission for a dress in that exact shade of French blue, Miss Brown is your best bet. It makes vintage
shopping on a mission simple, with meticulously arranged men’s and women’s clothes – your inner obsessive-compulsive
will purr. This one doesn’t look fusty either: shiny racks, glass walls and bamboo dividers make for a modern backdrop.
278 William Street, Perth.
Pigeonhole, at MANY 6160.
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