weekend reading

London based Monocle magazine, founded by Tyler Brûlé, hit bookstores in 2007 and has always kept us captivated with it’s universal take on a most diverse range of topics, such as urbanism, transport, manufacturing and retail. With writers based across every inch of the globe, Monocle focuses on quality and culture, highlighting the best in food, drink, business and travel. Our enthusiasm for Monocle has thus reached boiling point with the release of their first ever book – The Monocle Guide To Better Living. Published by Gestalten, this book is made

for people with high curiosity, those who are interested in everything, like to know what’s going on around the globe, and generally how stuff works. In excruciating detail it explores metropolises, business innovation, discovers the ingredients for building a city that delivers exceptional quality of life, and imparting excellent travel advice on every level. An informative and entertaining collection of writing, illustration, photography and recommendations from across the globe, The Monocle Guide To Better Living is available at FABRIC stores now! – $95


Back In Stock: Stutterheim Raincoats

Completely unfazed by heavy rain, thunderstorms and blustery winds, Swedes certainly know how to brave the worst kinds of weather. So it comes as no surprise they make the best raincoats. We are pleased to report the one and only Stutterheim ‘Stockholm Raincoat’ is back, this season in black, white, grey and burgundy.

Developed after discovering his grandfathers old fishing raincoat in a barn, Alexander Stutterheim set out to create a jacket equally as functional and enduring, with a refined silhouette more befitting of the contemporary Swede. With that, he took his first prototype to the last standing textile factory in Sweden – in the small

town of Borås – where production has since remained. Each jacket is a triumph of traditional manufacturing – handmade with the finest of materials, produced in very limited numbers, and fused together with double-welted seams – not a drop of rain will pass through.

In a classic and minimalist style that mimics raincoats worn by Swedish fishermen for generations, Stutterheim can count Kanye and Jay Z among its fans. The Stockholm Coat is available in sizes for both men and women, while the Öland Cape is one size fits all. Available now at both FABRIC locations! Don’t miss out again.



Wearing pieces by 3.1 Phillip Lim, MM6 and Gosha Rubchinskiy, Izzy is photographed in

Auckland by Andrei Blidarean, and styled by Oliver Guyon for CHARTA magazine.

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