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2007: That's right - THE New York Times paid us a visit. How did they find Melbournestyle? These New Yorkers... they don't miss a trick!
What did they find in store? For full article on Melbourne click here:
NYT Style Magazine Totally Aussie in Melbourne
or jump direct to the article DESIGN WITHIN REACH - we're item 5!


NOVEMBER 22, 2013: The ABC's 7.30 REPORT features
Alphabet City Melbourne by Maree Coote. And we are so thrilled!! Watch the full story on ABC iview HERE


KBR Editor Susan Whelan reviews ALPHABET CITY ZOO and LETTERS FROM MELBOURNE, two new books for children by Maree Coote
"Both books are bright, colourful and clever..a wonderful way of exploring the alphabet with young children who are at the stage of familiarising themselves with different letters,"
Read the full article HERE

SEPTEMBER 6, 2014:THE AGE - Melbourne legend Laurence Money interviews Maree Coote about her passion for the rich history of her beloved home town....READ ARTICLE HERE

SEPTEMBER 6, 2014:SYDNEY MORNING HERALD : Maree Coote's never-ending love affair with MelbourneREAD ARTICLE HERE

Thanks for the HOT review Tot: Hot or Not!
We're very glad you enjoyed the day!

JUNE 5, 2014:WEEKLY REVIEW: Sara Marinos interviews Maree Coote about the evolution of our city and her recent book
The Melbourne Book: A History of Now, Edition 4

MAY 29, NEW YORK CITY: Maree Coote delivers an informal talk in the Algonquin Hotel Manhattan- the very home of Dorothy Parker's round table - to the Australian Women in New York on her award winning book.

APRIL, 2014:AUSTRALIAN WRITER magazine features
The Melbourne Book: A History of Now, Edition 4 in interview with author Maree Coote. READ ARTICLE HERE (page 8)

FEBRUARY 7,2014: VIEW Interview by Caroline Larfargue of ABC Radio International chats with artist Maree Coote about her Ned Kelly Series:
'Ned Kelly: justicier au grand coeur ou assassin sans scrupules?'
Or in English.... 'Australian hero or notorious criminal - who is the real Ned Kelly?'

FEBRUARY, 2014: MELBOURNE"S CHILD magazine interviews Alphabet City Melbourne author Maree Coote. READ ARTICLE HERE

FEBRUARY 11,2014: PS NEWS reviews Alphabet City Melbourne
"Here's a unique way to go on an alphabetically-inspired trip around Melbourne and a fun way to educate children up to five years of age........Even grown-ups will be inspired to keenly bond with their visual environment as they see outlines of familiar landmarks!"

"Our bext seller in January was 'When You Go To Melbourne' by Maree Coote. Stylish, informative and fun!"
The Little Bookroom

JANUARY 14,2014: The Sydney Morning Herald & The Saturday Age Traveller asks Melbournestyle author adn artist Maree Coote about her fave destinations - other than Melbourne. You mean there are other places????.

JANUARY 6, 2014: Bibilopotamus reviews Alphabet City Melbourne:
"Listen up Melbourne parents! I think I have found the perfect book for you. I was at a first birthday party on the weekend and one of the stand out presents was Maree Coote's 'Alphabet City Melbourne' (Board Book).....The kids loved it and even a few of the adults (me included) issued sqwarks of delight when we found a letter we recognised. What could be better?"
Thank you Bibliopotamus!

DECEMBER 11, 2013: The West Australian reviews The Melbourne Book HERE
REVIEW: "More in-depth than a travel book and more fun than a history book. The Melbourne Book: A History of Now peels back the glossy tourist brochure facade of many such publications to uncover a city of substance. Artist, designer and author Maree Coote has taken the minutiae of the world's most liveable city, such as its weather and its invention of Vegemite, and turned them into a unique story of Melbourne and its people. Comprising a collection of interviews and more than 700 colour photographs, The Melbourne Book is perfect for not only fans of the city but also fans of Australian history and culture."
- Heather Zubeck, 'Under Review', BOOKS, The West Australian

DECEMBER 12, 2013: KIDS VOICE Magazine reviews Alphabet City Melbourne HERE

DECEMBER 11, 2013: Alphabet Street reviews
Alphabet City Melbourne HERE

DECEMBER 6,2013: The Weekend Australian TRAVEL asks Maree for the Insiders tips on Melbourne...

DECEMBER 5, 2013: And here's the KBR Alphabet City Melbourne BOOK REVIEW:
EXCERPT: "I love the concept of Alphabet City Melbourne and I think it has an appeal that extends beyond the toddler and preschooler audience that the board book form implies.... Alphabet City Melbourne is a book that inspires children to look at their world with fresh eyes, to see shapes and forms in familiar buildings and structures and to actively engage with their visual environment..." - Susan Whelan, KIDS BOOK REVIEW
And again..."I love Alphabet City Melbourne".- Susan Whelan KBR

NOVEMBER 27, 2013: Kids Books Review INTERVIEW with Maree Coote author of Alphabet City Melbourne ...
EXCERPT: "I try to get people to take up noticing, which I think is a dying pastime and fast losing favour with the e-distracted young. With their indoor lifestyles, prescribed entertainments, and with their heads stuck in screens and devices. At worst they'll get hit by a tram, at second worst they'll miss out completely on their own time and place. This is their city, their time, their place, and their story. They should own it."

NOVEMBER 27, 2013: Mother Driven reviews Alphabet City Melbourne HERE

NOVEMBER 26, 2013:Our kidz reviews Alphabet City Melbourne

NOVEMBER 19,2103: Reviews The Melbourne Book and Alphabet City Melbourne
4 stars for The Melbourne Book

NOVEMBER 21,2013"A stunning hardcover book with colour photos throughout, this non-fiction gem covers all aspects of this magnificent city: Melbourne....
My rating = **** - Carpe Librum!

NOVEMBER 19,2013: Alphabet City Melbourne review by
Lisa Hills School Stuff.
"Alphabet City Melbourne is one of the cleverest little books I've come across....What makes it so clever is that each letter is hidden in an image, a†photo taken of†some place or†object†in Melbourne....But the tricky ones are the ones that our Preps really liked.† I lent this book to one of our prep teachers, and she had a splendid time (and did some very useful revision of letters and†sounds) with her class....Our preps know that they're pretty clever because they can read now, but they were apparently beside themselves with excitement when they were able to puzzle these letters out.† (And I think their teacher enjoyed it just as much as they did!)...." READ ON

NOVEMBER 6, 2013:Veronica Ridge writes:'Alphabet City Melbourne is a unique children's book highlights Melbourne's diverse architectural design....' read on!

NOVEMBER 15, 2013: Melbourne mamma loves our new baby book Alphabet City Melbourne. mamma mia's must haves

OCTOBER 23,2013: "Maree Coote's guide to Melbourne is as extensive as it is passionate." - ARTS HUB reviews The Melbourne Book :A History of Now . "This isn't a history of or guide to Melbourne you'll read cover-to-cover and feel all the richer for it. It's an affectionate guide to the city and everything it offers and, like its subject, something you can enjoy at your leisure. You explore its pages the way you do a city: see something, think 'oh, that's interesting' and then experience it. 'There's a pretty great city out there,' Coote seems to say. 'Go have a look.' I'm inclined to agree."
- CORY ZANONI, ARTS HUB Full review here

OCTOBER 10,2013: Jan and David, (the Pomeranz and Stratton of Melbourne radio!) from 3CR's PUBLISHED OR NOT Books Program interview Maree Coote about the brand new edition of The Melbourne book, and other recent and upcoming titles by Maree. (What a privilege to enjoy a full half hour chat with this duo! -MC).
Click here to hear the podcast: Published or Not

Australian Writers Centre Interviews Maree Coote
OCTOBER 28, 2013: The Australian Writers Centre interviews Maree Coote about her new edtion of The Melbourne BookHERE

Time Out reviews the new The Melbourne Book
OCTOBER 2,2013: The Melbourne Book celebrates the world's most liveable city. Gabrielle Easter goes to Melbournestyle, the design studio behind it... Full review HERE
TimeOut interviews Melbournestyle READ ON

APRIL 27,2013: The Saturday Age Life&Style's Mary O'Brien interviews Melbournestyle author and artist Maree Coote in My Secret Melbourne.
Melbournestyle selected by Mapple Magazine Australia 2014.
Melbournestyle is privileged to be one of only three Melbourne retailers featured in this guide! What an honour. Thanks to Mapple Magazine for finding us. Doomo arigatoo gozaimasu. Here is our thanks:

Melbournestyle taken to the world!
MARCH, 2013: BS JAPAN TV filmed a segment at Melbournestyle, as part of their TV Special on Australia and Melbourne entitled: Travelling Through Magnificent Scenery which went to air in Japan w/c March 12, 2013. We were beamed into over 30 million homes in Japan! Yes, that's the correct figure! How exciting! Melbournestyle is so thrilled to be the only Melbourne retailer featured in this entire film! We are so honoured to be included. Thanks to Oceapro Films for finding us. The crew were wonderful. Doomo arigatoo gozaimasu.

MARCH, 2013: The Cityof Melbourne interviews Maree Coote, at the launch of her new children's book, 'When You Go To Melbourne' at Melbournestyle Gallery.

MAR, 2013: Melbourne Observer reviews Melbournestyle Books' new title:
WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE. Big thanks to the marvellous Di Rolle for her interest and support.

JAN, 2013: The Little Bookroom has devoted their window to Melbournestyle Books' new title:
and the wonderful Jess has created this knockout window for the
Degraves Street store inspired by our book. Thanks to Leesa and her team at LBR!

Thanks to The Age - 'Bookmarks' for their acknowledgement of Melbournestyle's latest publication, THE ART OF BEING MELBOURNE, and its recent award.
"CONGRATULATIONS to Maree Coote, who has won the major prize in the Victorian Community History Awards for her book The Art of Being Melbourne, which chronicles in a beautiful and original way the development and history of Melbourne over 200 years or so via its representation in art." - Jason Steger, The Age, 27 October, 2012.
The title won the Royal Historical Society of Victoria's 2012 Community History Award, generously funded by the Public Records Office of Victoria. And again in:

The book "chronicles in a beautiful and original way the development and history of Melbourne over 200 years...via its representation in art." - Bookmarks, Oct 27, 2012.

MAY 2012: 05.03.12 The Melbourne Book author, Maree Coote returns to Breakfasters to chat about her newest book about the city, The Art of Being Melbourne. Maree shares her experience of putting together the book, which features portraits of Melbourne's urban spaces and makes an argument for what she considers Melbourne's most iconic landmark.
Listen to RRR interview here

IN THIS ISSUE, a review of Maree Coote's new book: 'The Art of Being Melbourne'. "A flick-through gallery that not only charts the tone and progress of the southern capital but spins the history with fresh perspective. Stroll its streets, get caught in its rain, take its trams and dip your toe in its bay via brush and canvas. Moody, marvellous informative."

IN THIS ISSUE, Melbourne writers including Maree Coote contribute their suggestions for Christmas and New Year reading.

THIS ISSUE Excerpt from The Art of Being Melbourne by Maree Coote.

JANUARY 2012: Megan Backouse of The Age reviews Melbournestyle and interviews Maree Coote.
Life & Style ARTS 28Jan 2012
WOMAN'S DAY:: Dec 2011

...features Melbournestyle and the French Bull Platters...
Thanks Style File and Womans Day!

is a brilliant addition to Melbourne's landscape. We are thrilled to be there in Edition Two, read on...
to The Melbourne Book by Melbournestyle Books

Marie Claire Italia, which is, like, the best of French and the best of Italian, says The Melbourne Book, by Melbournestyle Books, is the best read you can get on Melbourne. Well, we say the same thing - how about that? read on...

Skyward, Japan Airline's inflight magazine, focusses on Australia. This stylish look at what makes Australia so enticing includes Melbournestyle and the delights of our home grown city-centric design. Domo arigato, JAL! See it here
INSIDEOUT gets inside Melbournestyle!

Australia's own style bible chooses the Melbourne Scarves as Editors Choice: "A City souvenir has rarely looked so smart!" See it here

"Dedicated to showcasing an array of Melburniana, founders Maree Coote and Lex Ridgeway offer a well-edited collection of products for the native and tourist alike. Spanning beautifully-packaged Melbourne map soaps and charming kangaroo chopstick rests to fashionable silk scarves and beaded baubles, the assortment represents some of the city's finest artists and designers."-
"There is a time and place for a good souvenir. These really are the most interesting and well-designed souvenir-style gifts I have come across." - THE DESIGN FILES

The Design Files (the webs' most gorgeous collection of information objects and style) has just featured Melbournestyle. We know once you taste The Design Files you'll be addicted!

"A great big love letter to Melbourne!"
In October 2010 interview with the Breakfasters on Melbourne's funkiest RRR FM radio Melbourne, author Maree Coote enjoyed 15 minutes chatting about the book with DJs Fee-B, Ben and Jess who declared The Melbourne Book 'a great big love letter to Melbourne!'



OMG! OPRAH! According to The Age, (Sat.18/9/10 P.7 news)
Melbournestyle's own Melbourne Scarves are the pefect gift for Oprah. And we agree of course.
And so we went to Dinner with Oprah's peeps:

More Oprah here...

"Here is much more than a store, it is a history lesson, a celebration of all that is uniquely Victorian (including Ned Kelly), somewhere to lose yourself and delight in the sheer creativity on offer (tasteful creativity, of course, in true Melbourne style). It makes souvenir places seem very tacky in comparison. On Clarendon Street South Melbourne, it's the first and only experience of its kind. A visit to Melbournestyle is a must do."
- Extract from RACV's 101 Best things to do in Victoria



- HOMESPUN magazine

"There are no flippant inclusions.Everything has a reason for being - a connection to Melbourne or Melbourne people who are doing something special."
- MELBOURNE LIVING Magazine, August 2009
Thanks to the fabulous people at Melbourne Living magazine for their tribute to our tribute to Melbourne.
"E' negozio e galleria questo spot avviato con successo dall'artista Maree Coote, specializzato esattamente nel Melbourne style: arte, moda e oggettistica, tutto disegnato e realizzato in citta."
- Review :Italia Blogosfere

We also had a visit from JAPAN-VIC.TOURISM Inbound Shopping Guide. This well-researched industry handbook is the ultimate resource for inbound Japanese tour operators, and features melbournestyle as its lead store, while its cover features our legendary Melbourne Cups and Saucers. They even named it after us! Domo Arigatoo Gozaimasu! (Not available to local Aussie shoppers - but you don't need it - you already know where we are, right? )

Meanwhile, back here at home, since they first found us in Home Beautiful , the Home Beauties have visited time and again with their fab shoping tours (see below).
HOME BEAUTIFUL has listed melbournestyle in the legendary STYLE HUNTER Shopping Guide...So you can grab a copy (free with the latest issue) and visit us along with all the other top-shoppable spots in Melbourne in one go. Look forward to seeing you in your safari suits soon.
Thanks to the gorgeous gals at Home Beautiful - we are very chuffed to be included in their guide. See you soon.

Triple R Sponsor



2013 FINALIST, The Melbourne Award Melbournestyle founder Maree Coote is named as one of 5 finalists in the 2013 Melbourne Awards Contribution to Profile by an Individual.

2010 FINALIST, Creative Industries

2008 BEST Specialty Retailer Category
Port Phillip Glen Eira Leader Business Acheiver Awards 2008

2008 FINALIST The Melbourne Awards

2008 FINALIST Port Phillip Business Excellence Awards

2007 WINNER Best New Business Specialty Retailer Category, Leader Business Acheiver Awards

2007 WINNER Best Business Under 50 Employees Category, Leader Business Acheiver Awards.

The PORT PHILLIP LEADER features Melbournestyle's Melbourne Cups too ...
melbournestyle's domestic sculpture was profiled here in the EMERALD HILL WEEKLY's Retail Therapy column - the tag of 'Arte-facts and fictions' being uncannily close to what we are all about!
Once more, THANKS to all who have helped bring our message of place, style, art and history to the wider world.
If you have some good news about Melbourne, email us and we'll post your news and /or links right here.


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Melbournestyle Coasters

A great little pressie, a set of 6 coasters, featuring the Melbourne Building Sketches by Maree Coote. Available in basic black wrap or dressed up for Christmas:

Vale Stella Young.
A HUGE loss to our city is made by the passing of a giant intellect in a tiny silhouette. Stella, you were a true hero.

Letter Art by Maree Coote. A unique new form of creative typography and feature of two new books Letters From Melbourne and Alphabet City Zoo.
prints now available at Melbournestyle Gallery Downstairs - MORE'

Raining Men
I don't care what anybody says, something has happened. The men at Derby were the best they've ever been in my 10+ years of photographing Melbourne's Spring Racing Carnival, and there were even Brad clones in the throng. I've been trackside again this year, shooting for my book
The Melbourne Book: A History of Now Edition 5 in progress.... ....-MC

Cheeky chic-y

Some gals have got it. Those classic photos in the corridors of the Members Stand are a hard act to follow. But fabulous, fun women like Letita above make it easier for me. For the best potted history of The Melbourne Cup, discover The Melbourne Book: A History of Now ....-MC
Anna Mott gets her shot

I couldnt resist it - there are some dedicated snappers at the cup, Anna being the most glamourous. Never a hair out of place and always with a smile. Go Anna.
For the best potted history of The Melbourne Cup,
discover The Melbourne Book: A History of Now MOREHERE ....-MC

Hear Ted talk...
Authur Ted Powell has Melbourne on his Mind. Register here for the Artist's Talk, 2pm Saturday Oct 18 at Melbournetsyle Gallery Upstairs.
Expansive aerials and mind-maps by a unique city-whisperer. EXHIBITION runs until October 26.
Magpie season

Cut paper maggies inspired by Jo Lane's fabulous photo
of a morning warble. Also Magpie Pair HERE

Mid Century Modern
Delicious design by Noritake IN STORE at Melbournestyle

Ted talk...
Authur Ted Powell has Melbourne on his Mind in his upcoming EXHIBITION at Melbournestyle.
Expansive aerials and mind-bending archi-ologies
by a unique city-whisperer. October 5-26.

NEW stocks have arrived!
Phew! The Art of Being Melbourne....Out of print for a few months there... but stocks have finally arrived of the ideal Melbourne corporate gift. More HERE

Launch at MsCollins
Thanks to the amazing DAVID ASTLE for launching our new titles,
Letters From Melbourne and Alphabet City Zoo. Great people, and delish food from Jacques Reymond.

"No city has ever had a better or more ingenious ambassador!"
Letters from Melbourne
NEW! - A brand new book from Maree Coote
In yet another expression of a seemingly inexhaustible sense of place, this time author/illustrator Maree Coote takes us on a romp around Melbourne through a brand new design language, invented by the author. Pictures are made from letter puzzles, and spelling takes on a whole new dimension in the form of a letter hunt. SEE MORE HERE

Alphabet City Zoo
NEW! - A brand new book from Maree Coote
An ingenious new book that explores a whole new launguage of graphic design. Featuring both Australian and world animals, the pictures are made from letter puzzles, and spelling takes on a whole new dimension in the form of a letter hunt. SEE MORE HERE

Upcoming ArtPlay Event for Kids...

Maree Coote will be giving a fun-filled presentation based on her recent book Alphabet City Melbourne at ARTPLAY at THE MELBOURNE WRITERS FESTIVAL
with Maree Coote
Learn your ABCs in a fun and surprising way, with letters and shapes found right here in the city of Melbourne. Look at letters in a whole new way and have a heap of fun. We really are a city of literature! Today's alphabet learner is tomorrow's writer (or perhaps the day after that).
Sat 23 Aug, 10.30-11.15; Sun 24 Aug, 10.15 - 11am
Ages 3 - 6, children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult

Melbournestyle Books wins Gold in New York!

Thanks to New York City for a great night out!

We are thrilled and proud to announce that our recent title
The Art of Being Melbourne by Maree Coote has just won New York Independent Publisher Award: Gold Best Non-Fiction Regional.
Thanks to all those amazing Melbourne artists who filled its pages of course, and special thanks to Ginger Ridgeway, Megan Ellis, Lena Frew and Lex Ridgeway for their assistance with production. What a team!

Add a touch of W-Class...
Tram and Manchester Unity Building cushions...
Designed by Maree Coote exclusively for Melbournestyle.

Gumnut graphics in glorious colours and also complete with parokeet:

Designed by Maree Coote exclusively for Melbournestyle.

Here's one I prepared earlier....
One of the first books on Melbourne designed by Maree Coote, produced with the delicious Jill Dupleix and Terry Durack back in the '90s. A foodie's bible and the very first of its kind.
Already a classic collectable.

Discover Yesterday
The Royal Historical Society of Victoria wants you! Join today to discover a treasure trove of stories and share in a passion for the past. Great talks, great people. Become a member HERE.

Melbourne Diva

New work by Maree Coote
See more HERE or drop in to the gallery....

Yes, Way, Josť !

Ola! to a fabulous local - here's a man with vision, style, and real authenticity, quietly building a brilliant store, filled with exciting, amazing and exquisitely beautiful products. From stuffed jalepenos and chilli chocolate to infused vodkas and exotic spirits, your gift-giving problems are solved! (Apart from when you are shopping at Melbournestyle of course!).
José will teach you all you can learn about his Mexico. And when it comes to Tequila he has The Knowledge! Check him out at Casa de Vinos in Port Melbourne.

A Tonic from Russell Brand

Stick with it, watch the whole thing.
It's a few months old, but Thanks Russell.

Compulsory viewing
for the war-torn, the war-worn, the care-worn and the forlorn,
A Dr Suess tale for you: in Parts 1...
...and Parts 2!

We love Tim and Debbie

The Amazing Tim and Debbie, the quote-unquote cerebral warriors of the global, lobal frontiers. The Dodgey Brothers ≠ Entrepreneurs, extraordinaire! Putting the 'K' back into everythinK. Also featuring BRUCE 'Keep the Flag the Same' RUMP, JACK & JACK, The FAIR COPS, 0.05 MATES and proudly sponsored by CHUNKY CUSTARD, the only custard full of Golden Lumps of goodness knows what. You can buy a copy here:

New product ranges #One

Melbournestyle's much loved BUILDING Series is now available in an extended gift range, including all kinds of goodies from tinned gift card sets to magnets, all featuring The Melbourne Buildings illustration by Maree Coote. See the full design collection in the brochure HERE.

For more info about buying or stocking this range, email us here.
New product ranges #Two

Melbournestyle's much loved GDAY Series is now available in an extended gift range, including all kinds of goodies from exercise books to lens cloths, all in the bold bright funky GDAY series by Maree Coote. See the full design collection in the brochure HERE.

For more info about buying or stocking this range, email us here.
Keep Left, but what do rhino?

Thinking of turning right from the centre? No, no... keep left, and stay in the safety zone. And if it's all too much, remember the cryptic Melburnian credo: Trams Only End. A metaphor?
Street parahernalia in engraved laminate on a silver chain, by Maree Coote

Handmade by Melbournestyle

We've had another new baby!

ALPHABET CITY MELBOURNE has arrived! Dubbed the 'son of the Melbourne Book' this chunky little reader is a great way to learn the letters of the A-B-C while getting to know the city. Hopefully this will create colourful, visual and lasting memories in Melbourne's tinier minds. See inside the book HERE.

Also check out Melbournestyle's newest venture,, and help us explore the world through images and connections with other photographers.

Made by Melbournestyle

It's HERE!

The Melbourne Book: A History of Now - Edition 4 is finally here, and will be officially launched next week by Michael Williams, Director of The Wheeler centre for Books, Writing and Ideas.
See more of the inside pages HERE.
Made by Melbournestyle


OMG these bags are so cuuuute! carefully selected by our bagmaniac buyer, these fabulous fold-over clutches and cross-body bags are the easiest way to cool. This one is BLUE CALFSKIN, and it's lines with orange suede. We only bought limited stock so be quick! MORE

unfinished business
Spread the word to raise awareness and promote the need for recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Australian Constitution. Australian voters will be required to spearhead the change and bring the Australian Constitution into the 21st century, and recognise the unique cultures of Australia's First Peoples.† It takes a majority of voters in a majority of states to vote 'yes' to make the change, and the barriers are high ≠ so we say spread the word, get informed. Learn more here at
ANTAR factsheet on constitutional reform
the Melbourne cushions

Comfort city...
Finding meaning in Melbourne's history, Maree Coote has explored another city block. It's all there in Black and White, $95

NEW cushion collection made in Melbourne.
Made by Melbournestyle

Don't forget the Tsunami...
... and our friends in Japan. It's been a long time between sakes, but Melbournestyle owes much to Japan. We have been blessed by treasured Japanese friends, exquisite Japanese design, unforgettable Japanese travel, life-changing Japanese insights, even our brand name is inspired by very special Japanese friends. Let's not even mention the world's freshest cuisine. So now's our chance to give back to our much-loved Japanese friends in their time of need. You can too - if you can help Japan, click here or go to your Commonwealth bank to donate.
Doomo Arigatoo...Ki wo tsukete, minna san.

Melbournestyle is proud to acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, traditional owners of the land from which we create our wonderful Melbourne-inspired stories and designs.

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