High Street, Armadale
HIGH ST ARMADALE IS iconically renowned for being Australia’s hot spot for that boutique wedding dress experience, however it has so much more to offer than bridal shopping. From cafes that serve art on a plate, specialty wine restaurants, stunning interior stores, the finest beauty salons, inspiring health studios and boutique and high end fashion stores. No matter your individual taste, style, desire or needs, this is the ultimate street to visit in Melbourne, for a fabulous morning, day or night out this Spring.
Tucked away from the main road buzz behind the Kings Arcade, this 30-seater café has become the local favourite for delicious coffee and a feel good feed. Soothing pastel greens, a heightened ceiling and cascading greenery creates an inviting atmosphere of blissful calm to complement the clean, simple and nourishing menu. At Walk Don’t Run, the menu reflects their mantra of mindful eating that is visible at your first step, where only the best, healthy, organic and fresh produce is used. Whether it’s a weekend brunch, midweek lunch or coffee with friends, Walk Don’t Run café is the place to eat well and feel great. Walk Don’t Run, 17 Morey Street.
Beautiful, radiant and glowing skin is a trend that is always in. Whether you’re looking to correct skin issues, or simply indulge in a self-care pampering session, Angelina at Skin Angel will take care of you. Angelina’s expertise, passion for beautiful skin and lavish treatments will allow you to breathe in, let go, and enjoy a moment of blissful calm. Skin Angel is the boutique to unlock your skin’s beauty potential. An individualised treatment plan will be customised to not only target the exterior imperfections, but will also give you a deeper understanding of health from the inside out—and most importantly, how to achieve it. From cosmeceutical skin care formulations, to herbal concoctions, beauty powders and elixirs, Skin Angel is set apart by their focus on using 100% organic, natural yet potent ingredients, together with the most innovative techniques. It is this very combination that brings lasting results to each client, and perhaps the secret
behind Angelina’s high profile clientele and beaming testimonials. Skin Angel, 1206 High Street.
Recently opening their doors on the street, Duzenman Atelier is the boutique that encourages its customers to build a bag just as unique as they are. Duzenman is for the free thinking women who need options and thrive on new experiences. After all, every woman needs a bag to suit her various everyday outfits and occasions. Apart from the gorgeous boutique interior and the stunning aesthetic of each bag, quality is of the uppermost importance, with only the finest materials sourced from Italy, France and locally. Down to the finest detail, the team of globally experienced craftsmen will create a bag on site just to your liking, just for you. Duzenman Atelier, 1005 High Street.
The new flagship Charlie and Fenton homewares store found in Armadale’s iconic Kings Arcade features Australian designed and made brands. Store owner and interior-textile designer Jannah Stevens explains that the design style is “bright, painterly and always fun!”. Originally hailing from Byron Bay, the now Melbourne based designer is focused on bringing customers something different to what is more widely found in the homewares market, explaining that, “We are colour addicts and decidedly off-kilter in style, we print limited runs and our designs are trans- seasonal. Our aim is to provide special, well-made homewares without the price tag.” To brighten up your home this Spring, visiting Charlie and Fenton is certainly a must. Charlie and Fenton, 7 Kings Arcade.