Lucy Folk AW14

Lucy Folk loves food. From tacos to sushi-inspired collections, her work takes the things that make our taste buds thrive and turns them into delightful trinkets to adorn ourselves with.


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Trash Puke & John Waters

"I think you should buy art you hate before it ends up hating you"

St. Vincent

It’s not often that a musician self-titles an album on their fifth release. But then again, St Vincent, or Annie Clark as she’s known to the tax department, is not your average musician.

OurSay with Eyal Halamish


Ellena Savage ~ April 16th, 2014


Throughout his student years, Halamish went on to represent his peers in all forms of political organisation, eventually influencing key decision-makers as a student lobbyist in Washington DC. Halamish is the co-founder and CEO of OurSay, the social media platform connecting leaders with their communities. The organisation is shifting the terms of political engagement in […]

Grunge Rules Wrangler


Spook ~ April 15th, 2014


Wrangler is a brand synonymous with a little attitude, so it’s no surprise that the latest collection to grace our shores was inspired by a time that put the ‘I’ in ‘Irreverent’.

Songs That Sound Better In Films


Garry Westmore ~ April 15th, 2014


Why does Neil Diamonds ‘Girl You’ll Be a Woman Soon’ sound lame in real life, but awesome when Tarantino uses it in Pulp Fiction? Why don’t we give a stuff about certain songs before they’re used in a soundtrack? Some songs just sound better when they’re in a film.

Saying ‘No’ To Vintage With Archive


Spook ~ April 15th, 2014


Lauren Urquhart and Maya Webb are partners in crime in Archive, a cave of wonders tucked in Melbourne’s CBD.

Tom Odell


Spook ~ April 15th, 2014


Though they feel pretty rubbish at the time, false starts can actually be a great thing for one's career and Englishman Tom Odell has had a few of them.

The Fiction Of Sky Ferreira


Katy Hall ~ April 14th, 2014


When recently in Australia, SPOOK caught up with Sky Ferreira to discuss living life outside the box, media fiction versus reality and breaking down gender stereotypes one blog post at a time.

Week In Submission: Mikey Whyte

Mikey Whyte Week In Submission

Spook ~ April 14th, 2014


Our new Week In Submission comes from 23-year-old Melbourne local Mikey Whyte. The New Zealand native's work is all about clean lines, colour pops and fun vibes, all of which we see here in his latest men's shoot.

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