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  1. A happy addiction

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    In our fast-paced environment of 6am wake ups, early morning coffee and public transport delays its hard to remember to reconnect with ourselves. That’s why emerging Australian online boutique Addicted to Happy is making more than a fashion statement with its growing range of healing jewellery.

    Established by mother-daughter team Steph and Jenny early this year, the business aims to promote positive wellbeing and encourage a life of harmony, love and good vibes.

    The business was created as a response to the alarming statistics of the growth of mental illness in young people. The girls said they saw a need for a reconnection with people’s thoughts and feelings.
  2. Fashion trends from funky grandmas

    With the increasing popularity of vintage style fashion Melbourne label Grandma Funk is proving that sometimes the best trends come not from the runway but straight from Grandma’s wardrobe.

    Established nearly three years ago budding fashion designer Melissa Chacon, the label fuses styles of bygone eras with a modern edge to create timeless designs and a unique Melbourne street style. Located in Melbourne Central, the label operates as a pop-up store in collaboration with 100 Squared Emerging Designer Market.

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    The Melbourne Central store showcases its unique outfits. Photo courtesy of Danni Roberts.

    An interview with the young designer gave us a behind the scenes look ...