For almost a decade, Father Rabbit has held our hand through the notoriously difficult act of gift-giving.
So you can imagine Together Journal’s delight upon learning that the lifestyle haven has opened its fourth store, Father Rabbit Select, just in time for the festive season.
With a firm belief that things should be done right or not at all, Father Rabbit has taught shoppers to find joy in the everyday mundane – be it clean linen bed sheets or freshly-cut blooms on the kitchen table.
A fitting sentiment in the post-lockdown world.
What sets the Newmarket joint apart from the crowd is its focus on all things fashion and beauty.
Hailed for their commitment to sustainable design, Father Rabbit Select houses an impressive roster of Australian labels including Jac + Jack, Anna Quan and Addition Studio.
Building blocks for a mindful and functional wardrobe, each garment hanging from the rails has been meticulously chosen for its quality, function and transeasonality.
On the beauty end of the spectrum, Sans [Ceuticals], Bear and Chloe Zara Hair, echo this sentiment and found a place on the shelves courtesy of their commitment to natural ingredients and low-impact manufacturing methods.
While these will make mighty fine presents for loved ones (or yourself, of course) there’s also a collection of books, artwork and ceramics to peruse that only Father Rabbit could pull together.
Those seeking a keepsake wedding gift will be pleased to discover an array of carefully curated gifts from Plumm Vintage sparkling wine glasses to the Aery reed diffuser.
If you can’t possibly make a decision, a voucher will do very nicely indeed.
While Father Rabbit’s selection of old school board games are sure to be enjoyed over the festive season.
Note: the chess set is so chic, it’s deserving of a spot on the living room coffee table.
So if you’re desperately seeking an engagement gift for the happy couple or presents for loved ones near and far, consider dropping by Father Rabbit Select. You can even pick up the latest issue of Together Journal when you visit.
We’ll see you there.
Visit Father Rabbit to browse beauty, fashion, homeware and gifts.