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Wednesday 27 July 2016 In the next edition of PBS' monthly film series, Stryka D and Mohair Slim present a free screening of Duke Vin and the Birth of Ska at The Spotted Mallard.The night includes a Q&A session with director Gus Berger, and the screening of a short film about Stryka D and Melbourne's sound-system culture to start the night. This comes in the lead-up to August's sound-system special edition of Jamaica Jump-Up, with Stryka D's Heartical Hi-Powa system set...
nah - its a step up from that - more the Assistant Principal Dressed Up for Parent Teacher Interviews.
Oli, here's some Loakes from What I Was Wearing The Other Day. Vintage Ivy 60s jacket - no front darts, swelled edges, hooked vent etc. Original first Lean Garments Uni Stripe OCBD, Tan cords, Proper Men's Shoes
".....the sort of people who are willing to spend eight thousand dollars on a suit tend to be “crooks, cranks, or cripples, usually all three.”
mmh Looks like exfinitas is a "lifestyle" brand.This is the lifestyle that would interest PoP, ernesto, coxxy, foxhound, etc [[SPOILER]]
Check out - Melbourne Fashion Week.College of Textiles & Fashion ( IIRC)RMIT Fashion end of year runways etc.@LonerMatt has been into that a bit I think - ask him.Woolmark prize this year:Lucas Vincenthttp://www.exinfinitas.com/http://www.gq.com.au/style/news/exinfinitas+named+australian+woolmark+regional+menswear+winner,44727
I've got access to Nashville - haven't had time yet - but I'm told its good - not noir detective though
Yes. Also Tailor Of Panama is worth a watch.If you like noir - Chinatown and LA Confidential.
The Swedish Wallander is better than the English Wallander.The Broken Shore - Peter Temple is superb. Not a series. A good film of perhaps THE Australian novel.Jack Irish - especially the last series is great - very Melbourne - Peter Temple.Rebus - Series 2 - 4?? with Ken Stott is fantastic - not so keen on first series with that other blokeI came to these after I'd read all the books and they didn't disappoint. The Wallander books are also about ageing and illness - in...
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