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.
dear frankie • PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS?
mellownoon • FEAST YOUR EYES ON BUDAPEST-BASED PHOTOGRAPHER MATTI VARGA’S FLOATING PICNICS.
a splash of colour • coats and brollies made for frolicking in the rain.
the devil is in the details • DEIRDRE FIDGE IS PARTING WITH PERFECTIONISM.
made in hong kong • LUSH VISUALS, KUNG-FU LEGENDS AND HARD-BOILED THRILLERS – HONG KONG FILMS HAVE IT ALL. DIVE IN HERE.
soft and fluffy • TRY YOUR HAND AT SHEERMAL NAAN, A PERSIAN FLATBREAD BRUSHED WITH SAFFRON.
living large on a dime • LITTLE WAYS TO MAKE EACH DAY FEEL SPECIAL.
the treasure chest • GIJS FRIELING AND JOB WOUTERS PAINT CABINETS UNDER THE NAME FREELINGWATERS.
butter me up • DELIGHTFUL DISHES FOR THE CREAMY KITCHEN STAPLE.
a glass act • these artists transform an ancient material into something new.
a hard bargain • WHEELING AND DEALING IS NOT REBECCA VARCOE’S STRONG SUIT.
it’s a jungle out there • photographer megan k eagles spent time with london’s many critters.
keeping big tech in check • DIGITAL RIGHTS ACTIVIST KATHRYN GLEDHILL-TUCKER WANTS CORPORATIONS TO GET THEIR GRUBBY HANDS OFF OUR DATA.
strike it lucky • THESE EVERYDAY ITEMS BEGAN THEIR LIFE AS ACCIDENTAL DISCOVERIES.
everybody has a story • ESHA S AND GRACE COUCHMAN FOUND FRIENDSHIP IN AN UNEXPECTED PLACE.
where is my mind • KELSEY LANDSGAARD EXPLORES MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH COLLAGE AND DARK HUMOUR.
do not cross this line • A PEOPLE PLEASER’S GUIDE TO STANDING UP FOR YOURSELF.
under the covers • five creative types zhuzh up the humble hot water bottle.
pure pleasure • ENGLISH SINGER-SONGWRITER JESSIE WARE IS FEELING GOOD.
let them eat cake • the australian women’s weekly children’s birthday cake book is a certified aussie icon. pamela clark, one of the book’s authors, shares her memories of its creation.
homebodies • shantel wetherall is a writer, host, de&i leader and the creator of hey aunty! podcast. she lives in country victoria.
the ties that bind • four writers pen an ode to their siblings.
the dress-up box • ZOE PAPPENHEIMER CREATED A RATHER FASHIONABLE SET OF PAPER DOLLS.
rock out • JOSIAH KOTZUR AND LISA VAN HEIJNINGEN MINE OPAL IN THE OUTBACK.
food for thought • jot down your shopping list or pen a letter to the gourmand in your life.
on the job • INDIGO ROBERTS IS A BLADESMITH.
long story short • IGNORE THE SNOBS – POETRY IS FOR EVERYONE, WRITES CARO COOPER.
rainbow rubbers • SARAH AULD HAS A RAD COLLECTION OF ’80S ERASERS.
in defence of small talk • WENDY SYFRET IS ALWAYS UP FOR A BIT OF CHIT-CHAT.
good soup • EMILY NAISMITH AND JACK VENING SIP AND SLURP THEIR WAY THROUGH SUPERMARKET BROTHS.
the flat line • globetrotting creative kin coedel captured his time spent living and working in the tibetan plateau in his series, dyal thak.
the science of shopping • JAMES SHACKELL INVESTIGATES OUR BUYING HABITS (AND THE HAPPY-MAKING CHEMICALS THAT FUEL THEM).
i love my shop • KATE BROUWER IS A POTTER AND THE OWNER OF BISQUE STUDIOS.
things that make me happy with… • CABLE TIES VOCALIST/GUITARIST JENNY MCKECHNIE.