Melbourne has a strong love affair with the liquid black gold, creating a coffee culture that perfectly combines with it's underground street art scene. You could be easily escorted to sit on a milk crate to drink your grinned beans of choice, or you could be provided with a ridiculous deconstructed latte made in an Avocado (what will they think of next?)
Shoes: Just Cavalli
Melbourne is one of the coffee and street art capitals of the world and for good reason. The great thing about the street art is that it is completely free, unlike the coffee. No long ques or obnoxious entry fees to view the offerings that decorate every second wall and lane way in the CBD and on the city fringe.
Shirt: James Harper
The street art contributes to a vibrant urban environment that continually changes on a day to day to basis making it always exciting to revisit. When days are filled with grey skies, there is no better way of embracing the short winter days than by sitting alfresco wrapped up in a large coats watching people go by, or sipping a hot coffee weaving your way through the city with your takeaway coffee looking at the hidden nooks and crannies that showcase some of the clever art work.
Hat: Connor Clothing
From Brunswick and Fitzroy to lane ways in the city, there is endless creative masterpieces on show. In a landscape that is forever changing it is the perfect back drop to capture on film.
Coat and pants: Boohoo
Throw on a nice long warm coat and spend hours wandering through layers of spray painted works. You cannot take a wrong turn. Between the office buildings and multistory car parks hide some of the most details works hiding in plain view.
Shoes: Ted Baker
Melbourne is a melting pot of multiculturalism with art, food, fashion and style. The great thing in Melbourne is you stumble across culture at each turn. Imagine heading off to the Movies and taking a short cut down a laneway, your immediately exposed to art and colour rather than drab office buildings and minimalism architecture, and don't get me started on the wonderful street performance artists that are on most corners.
Sweater: Connor Clothing
Pants: Manuel Ritz
So what are you waiting for, grab a coffee and take a look at all this free art and culture ripe for the picking.
Socks: Ted Baker
Pants & Shoes: Asos
Sweater: Jack London