Frankie, Issue 103
Release date: November 19, 2021
Frankie is the thinking girl’s guide to everything that’s good in the worlds of fashion, craft, music, film, illustration and pretty much anything else worth checking out. An adorable Australian title that continues to flourish thanks to a fiercely loyal readership, Frankie was crowned both Australian Magazine of the Year and Australian Fashion Magazine of the Year at the 2012 Australia Magazine Awards.
In this issue:
There are many wondrous things between the covers of issue 103! a chat with a lady who studies the human connection to space. an introduction to some of new zealand’s loveliest native flora. a bookstore devoted to romance novels and romance novels alone. a bunch of felines wearing snazzy headscarves (did you know a group of cats is called a ‘clowder’?) there’s also a look back at the history of the chain letter, a road test of non-alcoholic beer, and a few ideas for feeling like you’re travelling when a jaunt overseas is off the cards. plus, we meet a few people who live like they were born in a different era – they invited us inside their homes, and believe us when we say: wow.
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