SA’s answer to Jenny Kee, fashion guru Rachel Whitrow, is launching a new line for men, women and corgis. It’s taken a while but Rachel has finally become an equal business partner with Osbornes who need new ways to pay for the cube. Chester’s jackets are hand made with dashing lines, rich colours and internal silk lining. In isolation, while others took on push-up and share your favourite album challenges, Rachel chose instead to do something useful that didn’t piss off her FB friends. She imported silkworms and fed them on organic foliage from the pristine McLaren Coast. The silk is finer than Penfolds plonk. Insulated with a blend of possum merino wool, the external velvet will have prospective lovers and other corgis drooling and pawing over you.
Help out a mate. Nic’s been pushing this port since 1920. This stunning drop was from a perfect vintage… rain in winter replenished soils, gentle spring breezes saw perfect pollination and blah blah blah… who cares! This bloody barrel has been cluttering Nic’s cellar for a century. The dust is giving her hay fever. She needs it gone. She’s flogging it off for $11.90 a bottle. That’s a discount of 99%. And that’s not all! Free freight and 11 to the dozen if you buy 12 bottles. That’s right, Nic needs to siphon off a few bottles for her mates, Dan and Dave.
How do you buy local, when you only smoke Cubans? Where do you find a packet of durries for smoko that are as Australian as “Australian-as”? Long- time Australian grass grower has the solution and it’s not pot. Darren’s darrens fit the urban dictionary description of “jabbing a darren” – the physical act of smoking a cigarette outside your work place, making sure you look cool the whole time.