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FêteFête

Fête Issue 26

An Australian publication that connects with readers in a personal way inspiring them to love the life they have, engage in positive and meaningful relationships with those around them and to make time and space for all the good things, for life well-lived.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fete Press
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welcome

FÊTE/LIFE/ During the cooler months, it’s human nature to yearn for a sanctuary. More often than not it’s the simple, personal details that create a sense of comfort and belonging in the home. For some, living in the hustle and bustle of the inner city means creating a home where that first step through the front door offers a sense of calm and relaxation. Layers of textures and the inclusion of subtle, personal nuances bring a warmth that can't be replicated through designer pieces alone. There is something charming and inviting about a mix of high and low, old and new and taking delight in the fact that each piece has been included on its own merit… perhaps it brings functionality to the home, or is admired for its pure form,…

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favourite finds / city sling

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wardrobe / shortlist

KNITS/ A warm winter knit takes the bite out of dressing on the coldest of mornings. Select a chunky knit version as an easy throw-it-on cover-up, or layer the finest cashmere and wool blends for effortless warmth. Luxe or leisurely, these cosy pieces make easing into winter feel effortless.…

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fireside

Alongside its functional task in our evolutionary history, fire has long been associated with human relaxation. Nowadays the fire may be contained to a living room rather than warding off predators at an overnight campsite, but the allure of the glowing hearth remains. The fireplace is often the focal point of the home on chilly days, drawing young and old together to gather at the warmth’s source. Take cocooning to the next level and sink into plush, cushioned armchairs, add a side table to keep essentials, like endless cups of tea and a favourite book, close at hand. Cosy blankets in natural fibres of wool and cotton add a tactile touch, perfect for serious snuggling. For those without a fireplace a similar effect can be achieved by lighting candles as darkness falls…

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home / loving

OUTDOORS/ Finding inspiration to head outdoors when the mercury plummets can be a challenge, but with the right gear, the experience can be a pleasure. Whether venturing out to gather natural treasures to display at home, to sketch or just play, stay snug in all-weather wardrobe essentials and enjoy every muddy step of the adventure.…

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eat out at / q le baker

MELBOURNE / Located in the busy Prahran Market, Q le Baker works with premium grains sourced from around the country, delivering innovative sourdough offerings as well as a range of sweet treats and baked goods. The humble loaf of bread has never tasted this good – think porridge and black rice sourdough, olive and polenta and many more. With a passion for baking, business partners, Quentin Berthonneau – who works with the flour – and Marion Obio David – who works with the people – are committed to opening up the bread-making process, creating a bakery experience unlike any other. Q LE BAKER ABOUT/ Quentin Berthonneau began his love with dough at age 15 in his homeland, France. His career has seen him work with Tim Beylie at Vue de Monde and…

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