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FRIDAY FABULOUS FIVE

 
 
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On the eve of Salone del Mobile Milano, Belle is joining Fanuli Furniture to host an evening of canapés and aperitivo in the heart of the city, giving the Australian design community the chance to mingle with members of some of Fanuli's Italian furniture houses. Fanuli has also curated a guide to the week, including tours, must-see museums, must-eat restaurants and must-drink bars.
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STAY
Following an extensive two-year renovation, Melbourne's The Lyall hotel is now open to guests. While the design brief was more 'series of Parisian pied-à-terres' than 'luxe hotel revamp', The Lyall has lost none of its five-star charm thanks to the sensibilities of the global design house DKO. With 51 rooms and an extended restaurant and bar, as well as a Japanese maple garden and a three-level spa, The Lyall is entering its new era with a quiet luxury bang.
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DINE
Only 16 people at a time can experience the haute cuisine served up at Melbourne's subterranean Japanese restaurant Ishizuka. Head chef Shin Kato creates seasonal menus in the kaiseki tradition, which means diners embark on a gastronomic journey through 11 courses, beginning with appetisers and gradually shifting in flavour and density until they reach dessert. Add the two-hatted award-winning restaurant to your 'special occasion restaurant' list.
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RELAX
For five nights in May (Sunday 26 to Friday 31), Moss Manor is hosting a rejuvenating retreat at its luxury Southern Highlands property. Expect wellness workshops on the "art of L.I.F.E" (that's Learn, Inspire, Feel and Engage), chef-prepared healthy meals, meditation, massage, cooking classes, daily fitness programs and, of course, plenty of downtime to recharge (because wellness can be exhausting!).
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SEE
Melbourne painter Justin Scivetti captures urban landscapes in a similar vein to Jeffrey Smart's stylised realism, only a little less ominous. Scivetti's oil on canvas works are an ode to utilitarian architecture - industrial buildings, apartments above shop fronts, shopping centres - what he describes as "essential places" that have faded into the background of everyday life. See his exhibition Liminal at Saint Cloche from March 27 to April 7.
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