magazine ∣ November - December 2020 · frankie Magazine
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frankie Magazine is an Australian bi-monthly with a difference. A niche-style title with mainstream appeal – filled with fashion, art, craft, music, cuteness and real-life inspiration – frankie is dedicated to uncovering the newest trends, celebrating the latest creative talents and delivering sharp, honest, laugh-out-loud stories their readers can relate to.
Let your passion keep up with your dynamic lifestyle. • The Modern Series is made portable and stylish wherever you go. With extreme mobility easily keep up with your fast-paced lifestyle.
it’s said you should never meet your heroes.
dear frankie • GO ON – TELL US WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND.
you live, learn • some important life lessons from alanis morissette.
where the wild things are • CARO COOPER’S PETS ARE A LITTLE UNORTHODOX.
blackfulla bookclub • AN INDIGENOUS-RUN PLATFORM FOR FIRST NATIONS STORIES.
beatit blowsabella • IT’S TIME FOR THESE OLD-FASHIONED INSULTS TO MAKE A COMEBACK.
city and colour • artist sonia post of post & co explores the shapes of iconic australian architecture.
BUSTING OUT • four writers discuss breasts in all their sensitive, drooping, life-giving glory.
contrived objects • ITALIAN ARTIST LEONARDO ULIAN SEES FACES IN STRANGE PLACES.
GOING FOR GOLD
birds view • a podcast providing a new perspective on women in prison.
tagging along • SHANI NOTTINGHAM COLLECTS PLASTIC BREAD TAGS, IN THE HOPE THAT THEY’LL ONE DAY BECOME EXTINCT.
apparel with purpose • yevu founder anna robertson talks us through their latest ghanaian-made collection.
Know your native birds • become a bona fide avian expert with some curious facts about australian birds.
two wheels good • JO WALKER GAINED SOME UNEXPECTED WISDOM WHILE LEARNING TO RIDE A MOTORBIKE.
sweating it out • FRASER HARVEY AND DEIRDRE FIDGE GIVE SOME HOME WORKOUTS A GO.
azalea trail maids • photographer adair rutledge explores a longstanding southern tradition.
talking pictures • james colley and lisa marie corso question whether chatting during a movie is OK.
the comic effect • ROSE MATAFEO IS PRETTY DARN FUNNY – EVEN IF SHE WON’T ADMIT IT.
an unreliable guide to rejection • ELEANOR ROBERTSON HAS SOME TIPS FOR LETTING PEOPLE DOWN EASY.
throw in the towel • CATCH THOSE POST-SHOWER DRIPS WITH A SPIFFY BATH MAT.
everybody has a • john mackintosh is a radio fan from way back.
feel it all • FRENCH SINGER-SONGWRITER SOKO GETS A LITTLE PERSONAL.
photos from the road • five local shutterbugs share their favourite travel snaps.
life’s a drag • MEET GEORGE FOWLER, AKA HUGO GRRRL.
heaven scent • A FEW NATURAL WAYS TO MAKE YOUR HOUSE SMELL NICE.
after australia • IN A NEW FICTION ANTHOLOGY, 12 DIVERSE WRITERS PONDER AUSTRALIA’S FUTURE. THIS HERE IS OSTRAKA BYCLAIREG.COLEMAN.
the fantasy department • DAVID MÉNDEZ ALONSO FROM SPANISH LABEL OUTSIDERS DIVISION MAKES CLOTHING FOR HIS INNER CHILD.
tickled pink • FIND A DOSE OF INSPIRATION – AND A SUGAR HIGH, WHILE YOU’RE AT IT.
all the big things • AUSTRALIANS DON’T HAVE A MONOPOLY ON LARGE NOVELTY SCULPTURES.
imaginary beings • artist johanna goodman does big things with a little cut and paste.
the do-gooder • CARO COOPER ATTEMPTS AN ACT OF KINDNESS EVERY DAY FOR A FORTNIGHT.
homebodies • emma bäcklund lives with her partner felix and son hendrix in a converted school bus on the great ocean road.
far-out farfalle frame • MAMMA MIA, IT’S A PASTA PHOTOBOMB!
brains on the box • KARA SCHLEGL EXPLORES SOME TV SHOWS THAT MAKE...