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Thanks +Time Out Melbourne  for the great story about our home Mitchell House. It's cool to be featured along with Rocksteady Records, The Distinctive Dame and Off The Top Of My Head

https://www.timeout.com/melbourne/shopping/mitchell-house?cid=eml~AU_MEL~NL~2100923534~~Title~
There's great shopping and hair to be had in Mitchell House
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Check out what exhibitions and special events we have coming up in-store at http://www.lordcoconut.com/exhibitions/ We're pretty excited about it all!
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We're proud supporters of +Melbourne Fringe and we hope you can see the importance of supporting the arts......................or at least to Fringe so they can make a better video next year! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I316ZOFOkTI&sns=tw
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Great new work has arrived in-store from +Beth Croce Helen Hadfield, David Parker, Alannah Sheridan, Samantha Dennis and Ginkoh Jewellery
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Great words of advice from +Nick Bracks  in his The Weekly Review article about the upcoming Festival Of Steve. Its always a pleasure to get a mention along with Carl Navè - Individually Tailored, Fortis Green, Styled by Sally Taxi Riverside and MEN'S BIZ

http://www.theweeklyreview.com.au/play/nick-bracks-acting-career-sights-first-festival-steve/pub/city/
Nick Bracks is a headspace ambassador, entrepreneur and model. Now he's seeking out acting roles. But first, he's this year's Festival of Steve ambassador.
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Can't wait for Festival of Steve 2016............... thanks +The Weekly Review for the sweet mention and for promoting this event http://www.theweeklyreview.com.au/play/celebrate-the-modern-man-festival-of-steve
Celebrate all things men’s style, fashion, grooming and lifestyle at the Festival of Steve.
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We love it when a customer takes to time to thanks us.
Steve - "Ring has arrived, beautiful! and perfect fit. LOVE The packaging:-)"

It makes all those long hours worthwhile.
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We're looking forward to attending the upcoming Your Perfect Day wedding fair in late June. Check out some of our fellow stall holders here http://edm2.taguchimail.com/public/broadcast?sevt=483839788&e=916d5464
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Great new work by Andrew Mathers: This current work has been strongly influenced by Architectural and Engineered structures. The construction method being rivets and spacers to give the post industrial look to the finished piece. Silver and Titanium have been the main metals of choice building up the design in layers to create the three domensional effect that is so typical of his design work.
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Anyone looking for an apartment in the city to rent? Great owners and a cool building. Centrally located and quiet.

http://www.hockingstuart.com.au/UNIT_51_18_QUEEN_STREET_MELBOURNE_VIC_3000_RENTAL
***WASHING MACHINE AND DRYER INCLUDED*** A rare opportunity to live in this landmark Melbourne address at historic 'Alkira House' has just become available! This outstanding abode is perfectly positioned on Queens Street near Flinders Lane- the building being known as Australia's premiere ...
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Thanks Mens Style Magazine​ for the great promo for the upcoming Festival of Steve​. Its great to be mentioned in the same breath as Carl Nave​, Oscar Hunt, That Dapper Chap​ and Locale Espresso

http://www.mensstyle.com.au/events/festival-of-steve-a-celebration-of-men-style/
We go behind the scenes of Melbourne's Festival Of Steve, now in its fourth year…
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Check out the latest article on Lord Coconut thanks to Jewellery World Magazine  http://www.lordcoconut.com/2016/04/20/jewellery-world/
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Melbourme's only handcrafted contemporary jewellery, cufflink and art store for men.
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A hidden gem tucked away in the industrial area of Bayswater, a mere 5 minute walk from the train station. They stock an impressive array of both old and new comics and have been at it for over 25 years. Well established players who import direct. Well worth a visit if you live that side of town.
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reviewed a year ago
Booked a birthday lunch on a Sunday at Little Hunter for 14 people over two months ago. Restaurant contact tells us by email that we only need to confirm final numbers a few days beforehand. 40th birthday invitations go out accordingly. Friends excited. We email restaurant contact six days out to confirm final numbers. Five days out get a phone call advising that the restaurant has a new chef who doesn't work Sunday's and the restaurant hasn't opening on a Sunday for 3 weeks! Advised that our booking wasn't 'in the book'??? Asked if we would like to change our booking to another date...........Now telling everyone we can not to go near the place. Shame on you Little Hunter, shame on you if you think that is an acceptable way to treat a customer.. UPDATE: The manager called last night apologising for the cancellation (lunch still cancelled though) and offered a free meal (we won't be taking up). A least someone in authority had the courtesy to call and knows a little bit about trying to rectify an unacceptable situtation.
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