frankie Magazine is an Australian bi-monthly with a difference. A niche-style title with mainstream appeal – filled with fashion, art, craft, music, cuteness and real-life inspiration – frankie is dedicated to uncovering the newest trends, celebrating the latest creative talents and delivering sharp, honest, laugh-out-loud stories their readers can relate to.
it’s never part of the plan
dear frankie • YOUR THOUGHTS ARE PRICELESS. PLEASE SEND THEM TO US!
hold the line • helga stentzel sees magic in the mundane.
all aboard • YEARS DOWN THE TRACK, EMILY NAISMITH CHOO-CHOO-CHOOSES TO EMBRACE HER CHILDHOOD PASSION.
why dolly parton is the greatest • CARO COOPER COUNTS THE WAYS.
a cup a day • A DRAWING EXERCISE BECAME A RAD ART SERIES FOR ANNA MAY HENRY.
Hormonal • four women open up about their battles with endometriosis, fertility, pcos and menopause.
getting nostalgic with ... toro y mai • THE SINGER-SONGWRITER REFLECTS ON THE THEMES OF HIS NEW ALBUM, MAHAL.
spill the tea • HANDY WAYS TO MAKE USE OF STALE TEA BAGS AND FORGOTTEN CUPPAS.
the drawing board • ZARA PICKEN COLLECTS ILLUSTRATED BITS AND BOBS.
10 questions with… • YASSMIN ABDEL-MAGIED
woolly wonders • there’s never a dull moment in designer ýr jóhannsdóttir’s world.
the bold type • OVERUSED, MISUNDERSTOOD OR DOWNRIGHT UGLY – THE FONTS WE LOVE TO HATE HAVE CURIOUS BACKSTORIES.
chinese restaurant road trip • anna satin and joshua burns’s side project involves lemon chicken, vintage duds and awesome interiors.
A CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK • four writers wrestle with the age-old question: are we destined to become our parents?
homebodies • steph wilson’s london home is chock-full of foliage.
the warm and fuzzies • EMILY FIELD PAYS TRIBUTE TO OUR COMFORT OBJECTS.
a place for everyone • ILIANNA GINNIS WANTS THE DESIGN WORLD TO CONSIDER THE NEEDS OF NON-VERBAL PEOPLE.
chocolate salami • WHO CAN RESIST A SWEET SLICE?
on the job • KASEY WILLIAMS SPENT SEVERAL MONTHS CLEANING UP ANTARCTICA.
how to sew a balloon-sleeve dress • OOH, HOW SWISH!
a life in pictures • the photobook project helps people living with dementia to share their experience.
it's in the bag • say hello to some eye-catching accessories.
10 things to do before i die • WITH SINGER-SONGWRITER MEG MAC.
gory stories • OUR FASCINATION WITH TRUE CRIME GOES DEEPER THAN YOU MAY THINK.
do you hear the people sing? • deirdre fidge and jack vening sound off on a touchy topic: musicals.
i love my shop • YOU CAN SPOT JEWELLER MILLIE SAVAGE’S BRIGHT PINK STORE FROM A MILE AWAY.
It's all relative • what’s it like to have a sibling on the same creative path as you? pretty darn awesome, according to these folks.
afternoon tea time
neither here nor there • KATE STANTON HAS BEEN HOMESICK FOR THE BETTER PART OF A DECADE.
give me some sugar • EMILY NAISMITH AND FRASER HARVEY GORGE ON CLASSIC AUSTRALIAN LOLLIES.
it’s time to put yourself out there • YOU REALLY DO GET WHAT YOU ASK FOR.
everybody has a story • MANAL AL-SHARIF IS A TECHNOLOGIST AND HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST. SHE WAS JAILED IN 2011 FOR DRIVING AS A WOMAN IN SAUDI ARABIA AND CURRENTLY LIVES IN SYDNEY.
handle with care • tillie burden uses fire and glass to make precious objects.
working well • a few tips for looking after your brain and bod while running a small biz, courtesy of nungala creative founder jessica johnson.
a few badass grandmas • ART, ACTIVISM AND HEAVY METAL AREN’T ONLY RESERVED FOR THE YOUNG.