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Anja Millen: Artist, Writer & Hermit

Anja Millen: Artist, Writer & Hermit

Words by MOUSTACHE THE human mind just like the world has many discoveries that can surprise throughout our life. As an artist it is a place where you can go to hide, extract and create. Although not an uncommon method, German artist Anja Millen caught our attention with her obscure pieces of work that demand […]

Think Outside The Condom Box

Think Outside The Condom Box

Words by Jo McTavish INNOVATION and forward thinking ideas have always been at the forefront in our daily discoveries at Moustache. Sometimes the unpredictable is always worth the effort and that is why SKYN® has us talking about their latest experiment within sports performance apparel. SKYN® who are known for their SKYNFEEL™ CONDOM’s have taken […]

Don’t Turn The Lights Out…

Don’t Turn The Lights Out…

Words by Jo McTavish THE success of James Wan is no hidden secret. Ever since his debut with Saw (2004) he has since become a horror icon, delivering quality scares, especially with the internationally successful Conjuring series. This month he brings us another film, with his latest produced arm clinching and jump out of your […]

The Life Of Peder As He Tells It: LIDO Interview

The Life Of Peder As He Tells It: LIDO Interview

Words by Michelle Zhu PEDER Losnegard, better known by his stage name LIDO, is a producer and songwriter from Norway who has worked with some of the biggest names in music right now. He has created beats for Chance the Rapper, A$AP Ferg, Banks and is continuing his ascension into the music scene with respect from […]

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

Words by Ryan Grice AUSTRALIA in a capsule, Das auto ist gefickt, Brazilian birdwatch, Don’t eat cake, and Equality for US troops? November will see the opening of Australia’s first capsule hotel in Sydney, and the good news is it won’t be outrageously expensive. The new hotel, housed above the soon-to-be-built Century Bar will feature […]

The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

Words by Ryan Grice 3DD is not what you think, Ed Sheeran sued for more than his absurd net worth, Why Australia is the most bad-ass country on Earth (Pt. 1), and Why Australia is the most bad-ass country on Earth (Pt.2)… Chef Peter Callahan, whom Martha Stewart claims invented the slider, has something new on his plate: dinner fresh from […]

The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

Words by Ryan Grice AMERICA-TALK, no more Filet-O-Fish for NZ, Aussies need alco-gates, and migrating man-eating crocodiles are upon us… 2016 is a progressive time to be alive and it seems only right to be taking such radical steps forward as legally removing offensive racial terms such as ‘Negro’ and ‘Oriental’ from government vernacular. President […]

The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

Words by Ryan Grice CHILDHOODS Ruined, Mack Daddy and Papa B, Oh Russia, Oh Chechnya, New Death in America? If you’re not prepared to lose your innocence at 8am on a Monday morning, stop reading now. In what was expected to be a relaxed fashion interview at the National Portrait Gallery in London on Thursday, […]

Fashion

Think Outside The Condom Box

Think Outside The Condom Box

Words by Jo McTavish INNOVATION and forward thinking ideas have always been at the forefront in our daily discoveries at Moustache. Sometimes the unpredictable is always worth the effort and that is why SKYN® has us talking about their latest experiment within sports performance apparel. SKYN® who are known for their SKYNFEEL™ CONDOM’s have taken […]

adidas & Kanye West Make History

adidas & Kanye West Make History

Words by Jo McTavish “Kanye is a true creator who has the ability to see things others don’t. We are excited and honoured to build on this partnership, and eagerly look forward to defining the future together.” –  Eric Liedtke In a historic moment today, adidas Group Executive Board Member Eric Liedtke announced the adidas’ long-term relationship […]

A Night In The Torture Garden

A Night In The Torture Garden

Words by Jo McTavish WHEN you enter the unknown there is always a sense of caution but when it comes to Hunger beauty editor-at-large Andrew Gallimore and photographer Louie Banks this is not the case… British make-up artist Andrew Gallimore  is no stranger to the beauty world, in 2015 he was assigned the UK make-up artist […]

Converse Have You Covered

Converse Have You Covered

Words by Jo McTavish  THE latest Converse Chuck Taylor All Star collection has finally arrived, and once again we are highly impressed by their latest innovation… Based off the success of the Rubber Hi Top Collection, the rubber collection is the latest addition to the forward thinking companies ready to wear shoes, and they are […]

Lifestyle

Song Contest – The Almost Eurovision Experience

Song Contest – The Almost Eurovision Experience

Words by Jo McTavish THE world’s largest cultural song contest Eurovision is finally coming to Melbourne, and it promises to be a contagious party experience…but without the rash! Since its beginning Eurovision has formed the careers for many big name artists such as ABBA (1974), Céline Dion (1988) and Conchita Wurst (2014) to name a few, and now Glynn […]

Think Outside The Egg…

Think Outside The Egg…

Words by Riana Horner BREAKFAST… chocolate, lunch… chocolate, dinner… chocolate. It is the one time of year when we can justify stuffing our faces with sugary deliciousness all day and not get totally judged by it. But admit it, by the end of Easter Sunday the thought of indulging in another piece of chocolate is […]

Creativity, Culture and Cooking: Montalto’s Martin Webster

Creativity, Culture and Cooking: Montalto’s Martin Webster

Words by Michelle Zhu THE Peninsula Picnic is returning to the Mornington Peninsula on the 20th of March (Sunday) for an even bigger year than ever before. The event is dedicated to celebrating fine wine, fresh local produce, delicious food and beautiful music, and is a must-do for anybody looking to fill up their cultural calendar. […]

Giveaway: Trumbo

Giveaway: Trumbo

Words by Jo McTavish THIS year we saw the turn of comedy favourite director Adam McKay (Anchorman 2004) into an Oscar hopeful with The Big Short, and now Jay Roach (Meet The Parents 2000) brings another in the same vein with Trumbo. An unusual choice for “Roach’, as he normally plays with outlandish comedies but […]

Film

Don’t Turn The Lights Out…

Don’t Turn The Lights Out…

Words by Jo McTavish THE success of James Wan is no hidden secret. Ever since his debut with Saw (2004) he has since become a horror icon, delivering quality scares, especially with the internationally successful Conjuring series. This month he brings us another film, with his latest produced arm clinching and jump out of your […]

Go Beyond With Star Trek

Go Beyond With Star Trek

Words by Jo McTavish IT all began in 2009 when J.J. Abrams rebooted the beloved Star Trek series, bringing a fresh and modern approach whilst paying homage to the original series. The film became a success and this month we have the latest chapter that takes James T. Kirk, Commander Spock and the crew of […]

Giveaway: Swiss Army Man

Giveaway: Swiss Army Man

Words by Jo McTavish AS an advocate for film, I am nearly at terms with the non-existent term “original” within an industry full of sequels, remakes, adaptions and the comic book genre. Don’t get me wrong I love all of these genres but sometimes it is refreshing to see something so unheard it just has […]

Mr Gaga: A Movement Like No Other…

Mr Gaga: A Movement Like No Other…

Words by Jo McTavish Director: Tomer Heymann Screenplay: Tommer Heymann Cast: Ohad Naharin, Tzofia Naharin, Avi Belleli  Story: Ohad Naharin is one of the most prominent, innovative and productive choreographers in the world. The film follows Naharin between Japan, Holland, Sweden and Israel – through the … TO say this year has been a poor year in […]

Art

Anja Millen: Artist, Writer & Hermit

Anja Millen: Artist, Writer & Hermit

Words by MOUSTACHE THE human mind just like the world has many discoveries that can surprise throughout our life. As an artist it is a place where you can go to hide, extract and create. Although not an uncommon method, German artist Anja Millen caught our attention with her obscure pieces of work that demand […]

Homage á Burroughs By Tibor Somodi

Homage á Burroughs By Tibor Somodi

Words by MOUSTACHE EVERYDAY emerging talent can be discovered throughout the world, and as technology develops it opens many doors to discover talent, just like Timbor Somodi… If you take a moment and just stare at his work, you start to experience a unique sensation and connection. Timbor Somodi is a Hungarian based photographer and painter, […]

Flesh Love Returns

Flesh Love Returns

Words by MOUSTACHE WHEN Japanese photographer Haruhiko Kawaguchi first presented his project, Flesh Love the cyber world of art exploded, with deep fascination and appreciation for his bizarre work. Returning with the second part of the series, it only proves that “Haruhiko’ has a unique talent… If you ever wanted to be featured in one […]

The Artistic Direction Of Fanni Garnichat

The Artistic Direction Of Fanni Garnichat

Words by Jo McTavish IT is without a doubt that here at Moustache we love collage art, and the work of Fanni Garnichat is yet another reason for our advocacy for this unique method… This visually stunning Parisian artist and graphic designer is dedicated to the print and global communication in the field of fashion, […]