TODAY’S trendy young things are expert multi-taskers so it’s hardly surprising newly opened Sugarman is an eclectic combination of coffee shop, art gallery, clothing boutique and furniture showroom. Twenty-something owners Patrick-James Matan and Sam Oliver gutted an old skate shop in Margaret River township, polished its concrete floors, gave the place a lick of paint and built their own cost-saving fittings – clothes racks, service desk, changing room – from discarded cheese boxes and wine crates. The result is a cool space where visitors can pop in for a cup of coffee, a flick through the “mature urban” fashions – quality T-shirts, trousers, summer dresses, shoes – or to browse works from local artists on the walls. Grooming products – shaving packs, body balms – and gadgets such as old-fashioned magnifying glasses and compasses are quirky gift options for that hard-to-buy-for male. For larger budgets, handsome reproduction antique furniture may appeal. To see the original article click here
To make way for the new collection by Clae we are heavily discounting selected Clae shoes in-store. Get yours before they get gone, shop now.
Sometimes you have get lucky and that’s exactly how we feel about our next exhibition. Joel’s art is loud, heartfelt and down right amazing. Works combining abstract cubism on recycled material have caught the eyes of Sugarman owners who have both pulled the red dots out prior to the opening. If you would like to attend the opening please email email@example.com – invitees will be sent a confirmation email if space is still available.
Pilerats recently caught up for a quick chat with Sam from Sugarman. For those wondering Sugarman is, as Sam describes it, “a lifestyle store. It’s a space filled with everything we love. But to quantify it we sell clothing, art, furniture and gift-ware. We also have a built in coffee bar at the back of the store”……Read more