This week: Adidas announced a collaboration with one of the biggest shows on TV, Calvin Klein makes a major change to their company strategy and a model calls out the fashion industry on a hairy problem. And psst: the Big Fashion Sale is back in Sydney this weekend, so get in quick and score a hot deal.
This week is all about theatre and photography. See some of the most inspiring and game changing theatre and photography that aims to celebrate Australia’s diversity.
Let’s check out the most outlandish and wild new theatre in Sydney this week. Get a glimpse of some new productions at some of the most exciting and reputable theatres in Sydney.
If the modality of late modernity a quick switch between unease and over-confidence, then Angels in America has captured that perfectly. First performed in 1991, the intervening years have only drawn out some of the play’s central queries, and in this production by Apocalypse Theatre Company, we can see the further unfolding of the end times of modernity.
Having been at the helm of café-cum craft roaster Pablo & Rusty for the past fifteen years, CEO Saxon Wright has had a front row seat to the rapid transformation of coffee in Sydney and around the world. This has meant that Saxon has had to take on many hats, from roasting, to green bean sourcing to technological innovation.
In today’s music scene, almost every genre will incorporate some type of digital music technique. Whether this be an artificial drum, subtle electronic effects or mixing with the EQ to enhance the bass or treble, the digital age can be heard in every genre.
“As their most personal track to date, Marty Bukkakke Large gave Backyard Opera some deep comments regarding the song’s meaning. Click here to read all about it.” @tripleoneofficial
The latest in tour announcements, and releases, from local to international faves.
There’s a few things going on behind the counter at Went To See the Gypsy, the new café from the team behind The Gypsy in Potts Point. For starters, the espresso machine is built into the structure, rather than sitting up on top, but getting into the details with head barista Simon Gautherin opens up the future of coffee.
Setting off for The Grifter Brewing Co. last Saturday afternoon, arriving to a grey carpark filled with people was the last thing I was expecting. “Is there an event we didn’t know about?” I asked my friend, scouring through beer-related Facebook events for something we’d missed.
Known for its beaches and bays, the little spit between the Georges River and Port Hacking also has some fantastic cafes. Whether you are after a healthy brekkie after a morning swim, or something to fill you up after a day in the surf, Cronulla’s café and casual dining scene will have you looked after.
Those days when suggesting one might eat vegan may have been responded with a snide ‘you don’t make friends with salad’ are long gone. Over the past couple of years, Sydney restaurants have truly revolutionised what a diet without animal products could look like.
Lovers of the silky broth, unite! Backyard Opera has been slurping down barrelfuls of Japan’s number one soup on a never ending search for that perfect combination of salty, sweet and umami flavours.
International Women’s Day, and the strong message of empowerment and hope for equality that it represents, has become a day to celebrate the achievements of women around the world. Far too often in the field of photography, however, women are not the ones behind the camera.
Amid the lush, subtropical environs of Brisbane, creativity and community thrive. Despite being somewhat hidden from the rest of Australia by the overhanging foliage, Deena Lynch has been growing and pollinating in the collaborative ecosystem of Brisbane.
Hailing from that perennial wellspring that is the Fremantle rock scene, psych rockers Pond returned to Sydney to a packed out midweek crowd at the Metro Theatre. Since 2009 the band has undergone a morphing line-up and released eight albums, many to critical acclaim, and has performed as part of curated line-ups at festivals such as South by South West.