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Andrea’s Love: Lemon Slice

Andrea’s Love: Lemon Slice

Words by Andrea Love JUST a quick, simple and delicious lemon slice for you this week that can be made when you have a spare hour or so over the weekend. Guaranteed to be a family favourite, who can resist a shortbread-like base with almost a lemon curd custard top! This recipe was adapted from […]

5 Minutes With Fiori Bakehouse

5 Minutes With Fiori Bakehouse

Words by Aiho Tan YOU can never be sad when holding a cupcake; Moustache Magazine had a sneak preview of the new seasonal range from Fiori Bakehouse. Anna Phillips, owner of the Brisbane-based cupcake business reveals her success story. MM: Hi Anna, tell us how Fiori Bakehouse was founded? Looking back, everything unfolded at the […]

What Do A Bank And An Art School Have In Common?

What Do A Bank And An Art School Have In Common?

Words by Michelle Cha ALL I have on my mind these days is graduation. No longer having to: cram the night before an exam, consume five Redbulls to endure an all-nighter, have the social life of a hermit crab (actually they mate so they’re fairing much better than me), and no more long train rides […]

Serious Section

Ararat Lunatic Asylum: Where 13 000 Australians Died

Ararat Lunatic Asylum: Where 13 000 Australians Died

Words by Dominic Cansdale THERE is an unnerving aspect to an abandoned insane asylum that evokes a visceral fear of the after life. Human curiosity in the ‘land from which no traveller returns’ has the power to overshadow our rationalism and pushes us to question those otherwise innocent noises which rattle throughout the night. Buildings […]

Sweat, Vodka And Love: 5 Minutes With Peking Duk

Sweat, Vodka And Love: 5 Minutes With Peking Duk

Words By Samara Nilsson AFTER gaining notoriety back in 2012 after smashing a Passion Pit remix, the boys from Peking Duk have gone from strength to strength creating the kind of music that makes you want to get loose and party in your undies, sweaty moe guaranteed. Take a look at their social media accounts […]

The Weekly Wrap Up

The Weekly Wrap Up

Interstellar secrets, Being funny gets you laid, A bookstore prison, and A cold day on Mercury. Words by Ryan Grice Anyone with common sense would agree that space missions are pretty cool, only superseded in coolness of course, by secret space missions. This is exactly what the Boeing Orbital Test Vehicle X-37B has just returned […]

Fashion

Soldiers In Saberi

Soldiers In Saberi

Words by Caitlin Lambert BORIS Bidjan Saberi and his latest SS15 collection ‘11’ are all about the statement. The luxury men’s designer took Paris Fashion Week by surprise, experimenting with different materials to create a more military look for his collection. This season you can expect large parachute styled jackets, reinvented waistcoats, swanky leather boots, […]

He Was The Brightest Shining Star: RIP Oscar de la Renta

He Was The Brightest Shining Star: RIP Oscar de la Renta

Words by Hannah Rabbitt THE fashion world mourns the death of one of its brightest shining stars today as the iconic designer’s wife Annette confirmed Oscar de la Renta’s death. He passed away on Monday in his home in Kent, Connecticut at the age of 82. De la Renta was diagnosed with cancer in 2006 […]

Gemma Ward Re-Enters The Fashion Scene

Gemma Ward Re-Enters The Fashion Scene

Words by Hannah Rabbitt SHE’S the youngest model to ever feature on the cover of US Vogue, but Gemma Ward’s time in the limelight seemed rather short-lived. But, she’s back baby. The Perth-born wonder rose to stardom in 2003 after she made a fresh-faced appearance at Australian Fashion Week. She was only 15. Ward actually […]

Photography

Garry Winogrand’s Poignant Pictures Of America

Garry Winogrand’s Poignant Pictures Of America

Words By Michelle Cha After a day at uni, I sometimes daydream on long train rides home what life would have been like for someone like me in a different decade. Take for example the 1950’s in America, participating in passionate political student protests, practicing the Marilyn Monroe strut, oh gosh, I definitely was born […]

Stepping Into Time Machines

Stepping Into Time Machines

Words by Caitlin Lambert FOR any Dr. Who fans out there who saw the word ‘Time Machine’, flipped out, clicked the link with your limited edition sonic screwdriver while hyperventilating at the idea of an article about the Tardis, I’m sorry. For anyone out there who wants to hear about mysteriously deserted houses and slightly […]

Beautiful And Mundane: The Most Important Photograph Of The 20th Century

Beautiful And Mundane: The Most Important Photograph Of The 20th Century

Words by Dominic Cansdale HOW do you define the most important photograph of the 20th century? The answer to this question is drenched in personal bias and subjective judgement. Perhaps the answer is found in the emotive response the photograph provokes or its impact on social norms. Or maybe the answer falls within the confines […]

Film

At The MOvies

At The MOvies

Words by Jo McTavish LAUGHING, crying, screaming, jumping, or simply walking out are some of the many reactions that are evoked from the magic of films. Going to the movies is my escape; a way to leave reality behind and just be entertained. As a film buff, any excuse to see, converse, or simply enquire […]

Saddest Moments In Adventure Time

Saddest Moments In Adventure Time

Words by Johnny Harkin MOST of you will be familiar with Pendleton Ward’s hugely successful show. Adventure Time is rife with comedy, romance (for the ladies), and some of the most bizarrely wonderful moments I’ve ever laid my eyes on. What is more surprising is that this show has some of the saddest moments in […]

Nostalgia Nights – Take 16

Nostalgia Nights – Take 16

Words by Johnny Harkin HERE at Moustache HQ, we understand the pressures of creativity. We are forging a new culture, breaking boundaries, and constantly innovating just like our readers and sometimes the risk-taking and stress get the better of us! So, dim the lights, pour some drinks and join us as we teleport you to […]

Art

What Do A Bank And An Art School Have In Common?

What Do A Bank And An Art School Have In Common?

Words by Michelle Cha ALL I have on my mind these days is graduation. No longer having to: cram the night before an exam, consume five Redbulls to endure an all-nighter, have the social life of a hermit crab (actually they mate so they’re fairing much better than me), and no more long train rides […]

A Pastel Coloured World According To Georgina Kreutzer

A Pastel Coloured World According To Georgina Kreutzer

Words by Michelle Cha GEORGINA Kreutzer is talented, motivated, ambitious, and just gorgeous. Her illustrations have been promoted by celebs like Jared Leto and Gigi Hadid (just to name a few). Georgina’s success is from her drive for her art; her imagination and skills are in perfect partnership to create such beautiful images. The soft […]

Garry Winogrand’s Poignant Pictures Of America

Garry Winogrand’s Poignant Pictures Of America

Words By Michelle Cha After a day at uni, I sometimes daydream on long train rides home what life would have been like for someone like me in a different decade. Take for example the 1950’s in America, participating in passionate political student protests, practicing the Marilyn Monroe strut, oh gosh, I definitely was born […]