They come with mouse ears, antlers, horns, feelers and ‘eyes’ – and they’re all ready to invade your children’s rooms. Quirky Swiss-designed furniture brand Mobelebt is launching its first collection, Cubanimals, at the Melbourne Design Market, which showcases intelligent design from fashion to to furniture.
» The Melbourne Design Market, November 6, 10am-5pm, Federation Square carpark, Melbourne, free entry
Wynstan blinds and panels are installed with child safety devices and automation to keep your rugrats from playing with dangling cords. The new children’s range is full of fun patterns and colourful designs. What kid wouldn’t like a row of cute giraffe silhouettes peeking in at the window?
» price on application
ONCE IN A BLUE MOON
Would you like a glass of white, red or, ah, blue? Australia’s first blue wine has landed exclusively at Liquorland stores. The Blue Bird is electric in hue, sweet and fruity in taste, and picture-perfect for the #drinkdrankdrunk Insta hashtag. ●
» $10 a bottle
Summer. The season of sun, sand, swimming – and sugar hits to keep up our energy – is just around the corner. Shore up on these favourites.
+ KitKat Chocolatory: have a break – and grab a personalised KitKat Melbourne Central, level 1,
adjacent to Sephora, kitkat.com.au
+ The Crux & Co Patisserie: nine crowd-pleasing éclair flavours, plus macarons and petit gateau at
27 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
+ Om Nom: the Let’s Twist Again from new exec pastry chef Joanne Ward is amaze-balls ($26, caramelia choc jelly, jaffa sorbet and raspberry) at 187 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, omnom.kitchen
+ The Cake Shop: where Euro-inspired pastries meet cheeky martinis, at
QT Melbourne, 133 Russell Street, qtmelbourne.com