High Street, Ar­madale

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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.

Char­lie and Fen­ton.

Duzen­man Ate­lier. Skin An­gel.

Walk Don’t Run.

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