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Suit Up, Style Up and Stock Up at the Festival of Steve

May 10th, 2015 — Festival of Steve

Festival of Steve boasts an impressive lineup of specialist retailers who are ready and raring to share their wealth of expertise on everything from men’s style and grooming to health and fitness.

For those lads seeking to polish their wardrobe, artisan tailors Carl Navè of Individually Tailored and Oscar Hunt offer made-to-measure fitting experiences, combining the art of bespoke tailoring with fresh, contemporary detail.

To complete the sartorial experience:

- Find a pair of handcrafted boots and shoes at Belmore Shoes

- Attend to the finer details at Lord Coconut with designer cufflinks, tiepins and fobs chains

- Visit Fokus for handcrafted accessories by a selection of independent local designers.

Sally Mackinnon of Styled by Sally – one of Melbourne’s most experienced personal stylists – will be available to offer tips and tricks for gents seeking guidance in the world of fashion.

Premium barbershop Men + Co will be on site to tame any unruly moustaches and beards, with clients invited to sit back and relax with a whisky in hand. To maintain healthy locks, Men’s Biz stocks a diverse range of men’s products including hair care, skin products and fragrances from the affordable to high-end luxury.

Carl Nave Individually Tailored

Other City Precinct members partaking in the Festival of Steve include:

- Melbournalia and Mr Wares, featuring souvenirs, homewares and man paraphernalia

- Wondersnack Co. and Mork Chocolates with an enviable array of snacks and fine chocolate

- Temple Brewing Company, showcasing their fine beers proudly brewed in Brunswick East

- Vanessa Lucas showcasing her unique ceramic art and design works

- Embiggen Books with a curated selection of beautiful new titles

- Just Ride It, Melbourne’s first fully customised single-speed bike store

- Harold & Maude with an array of vintage treasures to peruse

- Genesis Fitness with trainers on hand for fitness advice

- Drink this City offering unforgettable tours to Melbourne’s best bars

The Festival of Steve is for fellas, about fellas, so bask in a little masculinity (ladettes welcome) and support local Melbourne traders.

Mork Chocolate

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