Melbourne's Winter Events + the MIRA Trouser is Back in Stock

Melbourne's Winter Events + the MIRA Trouser is Back in Stock

Badé wears the Merino Rib Funnel Neck Skivvy in Black with the Mira Trouser in Black and the Thin Belt (Coming Soon)

The Mira Trouser is cleverly cut and proportioned with a high waist and curved leg shape that gives you the illusion of a longer silhouette. Cut from a substantial weight Japanese Cotton with a little stretch, the Mira is finished with a waistband, a centre back zip and front angled pockets. The ankle cuff can be folded back for more petite leg lengths.

This contemporary shape has been a popular style in our permanent collection with many clients purchasing as a statement, event pant but most buying as an interesting work trouser.

Team the Mira with a minimal top like our Merino Funnel Neck Rib Skivvy, our Merino Tee or one of our Organic Cotton Rib Styles: the Roberta, the Pia or the Fitted Tee.

 

Strap on your ice skates - it's show time!

The Winter Village in Melbourne's CBD

The Winter Village has returned to Melbourne's CBD again this year located on the rooftop of the Federation Square carpark. Book a session on the Ice Skating Rink and show off your best Surya Bonaly moves. Just in case, bookings include ice skates AND a helmet. Enjoy a cosy evening for two or more in one of the furnished private Igloos for a sharable feast which also offers gluten free and vegan options.

You can also enjoy 'snow showers' as well as the pop-up bar surrounded by Melbourne's city lights and skyline. The Winter Village is open now until August 29. For more details and bookings, go to their website here.

 
 
 

Get a rare glimpse inside Flinders Street Station Ballroom

We may have missed out on Rising Festival this year but luckily a few of the artists installations were extended for our enjoyment. 

Closed to the public for decades, the mysterious Flinders Street Station Ballroom is being opened to the public for a short time to reveal an exhibition by Australian artist Patricia Piccinini called  A Miracle Constantly Repeated —an eco-system of hyper-real silicone sculptures, video, sound and light.

Ladies Physical Culture Class in the early 1930s, Flinders Street Station Ballroom

Miss Dorothy Gladstone pictured in 1924, taught dance classes in Room 56 on the second floor for 60 years

Whether you enjoy the work of Piccinini or not, take this time to explore the historic rooms once filled with a billiard room, a table tennis room, a library and a very popular Bandstand - there was even a running track on the roof! Read more about the building's history here.

See A Miracle Constantly Repeated at the Flinders Street Station Ballroom until August 31. More details here.

 
 

Stay well from all of us at Arnsdorf X

July 29, 2021 — Thea Basiliou