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Empire Homewares

New and unique furniture from around the globe arrives weekly at Empire Homewares. Choose from an eclectic mix of hand picked pieces, a visual feast of vintage to contemporary furniture, and homewares designed to inspire.

Endota Spa

Beauty salon treatments, exceptional massage, expert facials and impeccable customer service; all this and more populates the skin-delicious day spa menu at endota spa Fremantle. Tucked into a heritage building on Essex St (just off The Cappuccino Strip), endota spa Fremantle massages remedial, relaxation and specialist body treatments into a spa menu that is truly divine. Unwind in the relaxation lounge, and then float into one of 5 soothing treatment rooms. 2 double treatment rooms make couples' treatments doubly delicious. And to elevate your Fremantle beauty salon service to the sublime, there is an infrared sauna and a separate room…

Envee Fashion Gifts & Accessories

A beautiful shop situated in the Wray Ave precinct specialising in fashion, gifts, homewares, jewellery, skincare and aromatherapy. We also have gifts for babies and children. Our fashion is on trend, stylish, comfortable and suits all shapes and sizes. Labels include: Queen of Everything, Sass, Fate, Vigorella, Bill Baber, Privilege, Caroline Morgan, Spicy Sugar, Lushous, Little lies, Sloane society and other labels that are well priced to suit all budgets. Come in and have a look at our new range of jewellery by "Three Anjewells".All Dianna's jewellery is silver plated and she only uses semi-precious stones. We also stock 'Bella…

Envious Hair Lounge

Freshly renovated hair salon in the heart of Fremantle, we provide exceptional hair services at a great price and also cater for walk-ins as well as appointments. Tuesdays specials are all mens, kids (under 12) and seniors hair cuts only $15. Come down and see us or book in on 94308788 for a new hair do. Trading from Tuesday to Saturday and late night Wednesday.

Eros Clothing and Jewellery

Amid the laid-back charm and cafe culture of Fremantle, Eros offers great shopping for all ardent fashionistas!!  We stock a range of local and international labels including Butcher + the Crow, Camilla, Camilla & Marc, Empire Rose, Ginger & Smart, Johnny Ramli, Johnny Was, Lucette, Malene Birger, Manning Cartell, Mezi, Nobody, Paige Denim, Sabatini, Samantha Wills, Sophie Kyron, Sylvie Markovina, Zambesi and more. 

EVE clothing

Beach glam resort wear. Silks, cottons exclusive prints. Designed in Australia with emphasis on dresses, utilising the natural beauty of pure hand dyed silks and cottons. Each collection continues to have effortless stunning styles, that are perfect for day to night and designed with beautiful fabrication.

Ferrari Formalwear

Located in both Perth and Adelaide, Ferrari Formalwear has been the trusted leader in providing exceptional suit and formal wear hire for over 40 years. Trust us to fit you with the perfect outfit for your special event, including weddings, school balls, functions, corporate events and black tie occasions. We also have a large range of fashion suits for sale as well as hire. Not all formal wear stores are the same and our experience in formalwear fashion will guarantee the best possible product for your special occasion. Make an appointment online now.

Flirty Gertie Beauty Bar

Flirty Gertie Beauty Bar with it's warm and welcoming decor and technicians who are passionate about what making you feel gorgeous.  We offer a range of treatments: Brows, waxing, facials, spray tan, make up, body treatments and nails. 

Float Fremantle

Explore your own private ocean in one of our amazing floatation pods... drift into a calming, cocooning world of relaxation and renewal! Float therapy is one of the purest forms of stress relief and relaxation available today. Some describe it as the most amazing feeling ever - pure, blissful lightness and peace, enlightening, rejuvenating, but always deeply, deeply relaxing. Each float pod contains 1000 litres of water with over 500 kilograms of dissolved Epsom Salts (magnesium sulphate). This solution allows you to float effortlessly on the water’s surface. With the water and air heated to skin temperature (35.5°C), it is…

FOUND at Fremantle Arts Centre

FOUND at Fremantle Arts Centre stocks WA's largest range of unique gifts and wares designed by local artists including: Mokoh Designs Inspired by the Australian culture and landscape, husband and wife creative team Andy and Trudy Baker started Mokoh after immigrating to Perth from the United Kingdom with their young family 10 years ago. Dreaming of creating something unique to send back to their loved ones overseas the pair developed Mokoh, named for their two children Molly and Koh. The local stationary and homewares brands offers a range of colourful t-shirts, stamps, greeting cards, artistic prints, magnets, tea towels and…

Franks Gourmet Meats

It is like stepping back in time as you walk into Frank’s Gourmet Meats. Great variety of high quality meats and over 30 sausage flavours, the best in WA! Enjoy the personalised service from Frank and his staff.

Fremantle Barber Co

Traditional and modern mens hair with exceptional customer services! We are located in the same facility as Cup Throat Coffee, so come on in and have a new haircut with a great cup of coffee!

Fremantle Bottle Shop

The Fremantle Bottle Shop located in the East End of High Street stocks an extensive range of wines, beers and spirits. Their friendly staff will help you select the best wine for a special occasion and with parking bays right outside the front door its an easy stop on the way out for the evening.  

Fremantle Central Pharmacy

With opening hours suited to everyone Fremantle Central Pharmacy is ideally located to one and all. Their friendly staff will assist you with your purchase. Their extensive knowledge will put you at ease. Open 6 days a week the pharmacy stocks medicines as well as a large range of giftware and beauty products.

Fremantle City Library

Fremantle Library has ideas for everyone, and miles of inspiration contained inside. Want to find out what to read next? Ask our staff who can suggest some great titles . Enjoy a coffee whilst browsing magazines and newspapers, or catch up on some DVD binge watching or music from local acts. Get ebooks and emagazines for your commute – see our downloads page or ask our friendly staff for tips.   Fremantle History Centre is a treasure trove of historical information and photographs from ye olde Freo. Find out the origins of your Fremantle home and learn how to research…

Fremantle Fashion Collective

This spring, Fremantle Festival will celebrate everything fashion, culture and the arts with a slew of curated events that run for 10 days, featuring a range of high quality and thought provoking ticketed and free to the public events, including my favourite – the annual sell out Fremantle Fashion Collective on 4th November. This year The Fremantle Fashion Collective will once again present its runway show to the local community, the media and industry at large at the local creative hub, PS Art Space (pictured below: otherwise known as Pakenham Street Art Space), showcasing 7 Fremantle based fashion designers including: Wild Horses, Pekho, Little Dove, KINN, Empire Rose, Megan Salmon, Yuuki and retailer, Harpers Emporium. Tickets to Fremantle Fashion Collective’s premium runway show are so sought after that when I called the designers to ask some questions, they begged me for the ticketing information so that they could swiftly buy theirs for friends and family haha. This ‘ain’t no media release fodder people, tickets sell out fast! So how does one get tickets to revel in this glory? Well before I get to that sweet spot, it has to be said that the WA fashion industry has Fremantle to thank for some of its most successful and longest standing fashion designers. The likes of Empire Rose and Megan Salmon began their fashion careers in Fremantle in 1996!! And it goes without saying that there is definitely something in the water in Perth’s port city with the likes of muso John Butler, actress Emma Booth, model Tahnee Atkinson, music producer/ frontman for Tame Impala Kevin Parker and author Tim Winton, all born and bred in Fremantle at the mouth of the Swan River, the gateway to the West. To find out more about Freo life, I called one of my friends who just so happens to be Kathryn Cizeika, none other than owner, designer and founder of Empire Rose to have a chat about the upcoming event and to get some insight into what inspires her. What I got was a heartwarming Fremantle story of her beginnings as a high school student designing clothes from the age of 15. That is where she met her life-long friends (think a foursome version of Romy and Michelle but with layers instead of lycra). “I am a Freo girl through and through. I love living by the beach, the multicultural vibe and the scene here. All my friends are in Freo and speckled throughout the industry. We all still live, dine and shop here and love nothing more than to support the local businesses in Freo.” And by ‘we’ she means the likes of model agent and scout, Christine Fox of Vivien’s Model Management (discovering Gemma Ward is just one of her career dot points), Penny Sedgwick who started Department and now owns Freo’s, Eros Clothing and Leith Groves who is founder of retail heavyweight, Varga Girl and a soon to launch online store. They all met while at high school at Fremantle’s John Curtin High and have remained besties ever since. After taking herself through uni and working her way up via retail merchandising, Cizeika opened her first studio in 1996 with the launch of Empire Rose. 20 years later she is one of the most successful designers in the industry and will showcase her wears at the Fremantle Fashion Collective on November 4th. Amazingly, 1996 was an important year for Megan Salmon also, who’s first foray into fashion began with the creation of label ‘SPPPSSP’ with fellow Fremantle based designer, Rebecca Paterson. The label only lasted 4 years but she was hooked! When I asked Salmon if Fremantle inspires her design, she replied, “I adore and love Fremantle and could never live anywhere else. I love the bohemia and it is a part of me in that way.” The Fremantle Fashion Collective not only celebrates local fashion designers and retailers, but engages with many local creatives from event staff behind the scenes, to the campaign crew which was made up of an entirely Freo based team. The campaign shoot took place at the iconic Round House with photographer Songy Knox at the helm, model Teagan Joffe from Chadwick Models wore the collections and was primped and preened by local salon Djurra, with make-up by The Make-up Factory. As you can see, the images perfectly reflect the beach-side lifestyle and vibrant culture Fremantle is famous for. Thanks to major sponsors, Gage Roads, Chadwick Models and campaign photographer Songy Knox, the event is set to be the best night out for the local community and wider industry–get on it!  TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE. Special thanks to our guest writer from Style Voyeur. 

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