Here Is What Men Are Wearing in 2017 So Far
As the years go on, trends in men’s fashion get more and more daring. In 2016, for example, men's styling means wearing clothing items such as tie-dye, clothes with snake prints, and the good for all-occasion track pants. But this year, what is a trend when it comes to fashion and style got even ballsier as men keep their bold style cravings satisfied.
We have gotten ahead of the curve so far and defined some of the hottest fashion statements that blow this year’s fashion game. From what we have witnessed on the runways, the streets, TV screens, and fashion stores, here are the styles and items of clothing that men are wearing in 2017 and will probably still make it next year.
100+ shades of Gin at Covent Garden
Let the fun be gin! This November, West End will be in full bloom as lux new bar, Covent Garden, welcomes socialites into its tropical oasis.
Whether you’re a gin connoisseur or a lover of native flora, Covent Garden will draw you in with its vibrant nature, firmly planting its roots and 100 craft gins in Brisbane’s iconic suburb of West End from November 16.
at Sparrow Coffee #yum
Forget what you used to think about iced coffee, the summertime classic has grown up and gone global. Sparrow’s iced coffee is a very different beast. It’s classy, mature, straight-up delicious and the perfect drink for sweltering summer days.
On Friday, 27 October at 5pm
A jawdropping explosion of colour, culture, rhythm and showstoppers. Queensland – ready yourself for CIRQUE AFRICA, a kaleidoscopic, high performance show that celebrates the colour and culture of Africa, starring 22 performers from six African countries. It’s the show that won five stars at the Adelaide Fringe Festival this year, is acclaimed as the greatest performance experience from Africa and it will call the Roundhouse Theatre in Brisbane home for two thrilling weeks from October 24 to November 4!
Want to win a family pass for the show on Friday, 27 October at 5pm (4x tickets total)? Of course you do... read on...
Spread those wings
The sun is shining and there's plenty to see, do, eat and drink around Brisbane over the next few weeks. Start the day right with a power walk around the river, grab a coffee in Spring Hill then lunch in Woolloongabba, fly into the Valley for a quick stretch before finishing the night with a wino named Mr Chester...
On of 5 in-season passes
Lavazza Italian Film Festival 2017, Australia’s pre-eminent destination for the very best new Italian cinema.
Meet Brooke Jesberg
The Good Guide is here to celebrate local is lovely. What makes a place so unique is her people. We meet the beauty and brains behind Brooklyn Beauty Bar, (BBB) the one and only Brooke Jesberg. Driven, dedicated to exceptional customer service and a smooth operator (BBB serve gin, cocktails and champagne). You'll fall in love with this local business and if you are not a regular already, become one. You can thank us later. BBB is your new BFF (with lots of benefits!).
The knowledge of all things is possible
Get crafty, creative, curious and get a whole lotta caffeine into you. This week we're all about bettering our knowledge in fashion, art, craft beer, coffee and the future. Join us as we drink and draw, turn trash into treasure and learn about brewing, roasting and how not to f*** up our businesses..
The Answer Might Be in Lithuania
“Game of Thrones” characters seem to be enjoying their ale - no serious meal goes without it. But what would it taste like? Homemade beer - and its flavours - is one of the best time travel machines. While cities, traditions and people change throughout centuries, some well-kept local beers preserve the same yeasty, raw flavours for ages. Lithuanian beers, for example, is one of the best kept secrets in homemade brewing world.
Opens with a bang in Brisbane and beyond
Queensland Music Festival (QMF) 2017, the first delivered by Artistic Director Katie Noonan, opens with a spectacular lineup of events from Friday 7 July that will span the entire state and range of music persuasions.
Katie Noonan said she was super excited to see the state come alive from 7 to 30 July and to share her first festival with fellow Queenslanders.
How Can You Keep A Secret Source Their Fashion
Emily Jane and Ajanta Willert, the dynamic duo behind Woolloongabba's coolest bar, Can You Keep A Secret serve a mean martini and a sexy side of vintage in this eclectic haven of old-world treasures. We get the low down, and down low of what they are about and how they source their vintage. Let's hear from Emily Jane....
5 Foolproof Techniques
If you’ve gone and invested a shocking amount of money into a handbag, it makes sense that you’d want to protect it for years to come. And yet, so many of us treat our precious purses carelessly, which can actually cut years off their lives. It’s time to change our habits and start pampering our beautiful bags, just like we pamper ourselves.
These five foolproof techniques will keep your bag spotless from the inside out!
"Forbidden Love" 10 Course Degustation
This Valentine, date or no date just bring your gorgeousness and indulge on a night like never before!
Indulge in a 10 course "Forbidden Love" degustation prepared by head chef Eugene Lee at Colour Me Flavour.
For all who are looking for something different this Valentine are welcome!
WOOLLY MAMMOTH | DEC FRI DRINKS
DRINK craft beer with a conscience this silly season with knock-off schmiddies that really count, at Woolly Mammoth Alehouse, all month long!
From 4pm every Friday afternoon, Woolly Mammoth taps a Stampede Keg and our patrons have the opportunity to name their price for a beer, with all proceeds going to a chosen charity of the month. Depending on how generous and charitable our patrons are feeling, they can pay as much or as little as they want!
The Low Down 2016
With less than than two weeks to go before the third inaugural Jungle Love Festival, there's a whole lot more to get excited about with line-up additions, playing times, art installations, live sculptors, DJs and more now announced. And in keeping with the outrageous community spirit that Jungle Love is known for, there's a lifetime pass up for grabs for the very best dressed in this year's "freaking fabulous" theme. But there's little time to waste for those who haven't secured their tickets yet - with less than 100 tickets remaining, Jungle Love Festival 2016 is poised to sell out very soon.