Over the past six years, Resin Doll has blossomed from a few chunky little pendants to a full range of vintage and rockabilly-inspired pieces to suit anyone and everyone.
This October we celebrate the best of the swingin' 50's with a free taster class run by the award-winning Canberra Swing Katz on 11am for Retro Depot. Also on for the month are two performers strongly influenced by the late great Johnny Cash. It's the return of The Guitar Cases and the first performance at the Markets by Andy Nelson.
There will be two exciting yet very different performances on Makers-Con thanks to Guyy and the Fox and AFK Choir. The latter of whom have been known to sing about topics like Star Trek and zombies. We also have two musicians on tour, Nathan Power and Zac Saber, both on the 23rd.
Know someone who needs a break? Perhaps a back rub after a long day at work? With Father's Day coming up, we know that a day of fishing at the lake or an afternoon drinking with mates at the pub sounds like the perfect way to unwind. But first, why not drop by the Markets where there's plenty of fabulous gift ideas for dad.
Making sure we get off on the right foot, we have our friends from Jumptown Swing who are celebrating Canberra’s festival of swing, Canberräng. The talented Monique Lewis will also be playing this month. In her young career, she's already performed in such venues as the Hyperdome and the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel in Thailand.
Owner Bruce McKenzie now focuses on upholstery and restoration in his current venture, Old World New. It embraces everything retro and antique. What's remarkable is that the furniture from Old World New doesn't only date back from the 70's or the 60's, but can even be 200 to 300 years old.
It began with her niece's wedding. March in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania was just welcoming spring when the cold wind whispered for something over the shoulders. Of course, such a lovely silk divore dress, a mixture of satin and chiffon, in an uncommon mix of green and bright fuschia couldn't simply settle.