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Attention, shoppers: one of our favourite Australian online retailers, Sorry Thanks I Love You, is making the switch from clicks to bricks this month, popping up with a store in Sydney's Martin Place.
If you haven't yet had the pleasure, the website is all about quirky food, fashion, travel and design-related gifts - whether it's Bruny Island raw cheeses, whole barrels of Nant whisky, handcrafted deer-antler pocket knives or Marimekko chopping boards - and as of 18 August, you'll be able to check out an expanded range of their online offerings in the flesh.
The store will run until 24 December (that's Christmas shopping sorted) and plans are afoot for a string of events, kicking off with Nant whisky tastings from 5pm every day in the lead-up to Father's Day.
The Sorry Thanks I Love You pop-up opens 8am-7pm daily from 18 August to 24 December at Shop 2, ground floor, GPO Building, 1 Martin Pl, Sydney, NSW.
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