Our favourite kitchen and travel products of the month.
Oct 29, 2013 10:25pm
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Essence of avant-gardeAesop celebrates the brilliant eccentricity of the early 20th-century Italian Futurist art movement with the launch of six seasonal gift kits, $60-$160.
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On the block
Handy for travelling is this no-spill solid perfume necklace by Chloé, in which a block of the new floral fragrance Ally sits inside a locket, $75. 1800 812 663.
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Chanel opens its Melbourne flagship boutique this month in a six-storey 1920s building at 140 Flinders Lane. To mark the housewarming, a limited-edition Boy Chanel handbag has been fashioned in metallic shades from leather and python skin and is available exclusively at the boutique for $6,880. (03) 9655 2200.
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It's sold as a juice jar, but we know exactly the kind of "juice" we'll be putting in the Olde English dispenser from Maxwell & Williams, $39.95.
Photography: Jasmine Poole
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Crisp design inside and out
Old Blighty firms up its reputation for being the world-leader in chips with John & John's offerings; 150gm/$6.95.
Photography: Pablo Martin
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Dolin’ it out
We fell instantly in love with Dolin's vermouths when they arrived on our shores a year or two back, and now we've taken quite a fancy to the French distiller's bitter de Chambéry. Try it over ice with orange as an apéritif, or, for something with a bit more heft, in an Old Pal or Hanky Panky cocktail. It's $22.90 per 750ml.
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A collaboration between Queen B and Dinosaur Designs' Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy, these 100 per cent beeswax Totem candles retail from $50.
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It's the latest from Petrossian, and makes a most luxe sandwich; $65 per 20gm sheet.