As part of our #feelgoodthiswinter campaign, we’ll be talking about some of our favourite day trip ideas around the City of Archetypes to get you out and about. Our second instalment is a bike (or car) trip to a few of our favourite spots along the west side of Melbourne, with some history lessons along the way!
As part of our #feelgoodthiswinter campaign, we’ll be talking about some of our favourite day trip ideas around the City of Archetypes to get you out and about. Our first trip is a casual bike ride which was first taken by The Archetype himself back in the early 1900s, and takes you from the Yarra River in Richmond to the CBD, with numerous pit stops for beers and food along the way.
It’s widely acknowledged that “Look good, feel good, play good” is the official Archetype mantra – however behind closed doors we have another, equally important creed – “but first, coffee”….
When we’re not out sourcing the freshest threads, we often spend our down time looking for the best brews in Melbourne; the home of good coffee. To celebrate International Coffee Day, we thought we’d share with you some of the inner-city hidden gems we’ve found over the past few years…
Spring carnival is here, Archetypes. For most of us, this is the perfect excuse to enjoy a cool one in the sun whilst looking our sharpest. Though the first may come naturally, the latter may require some planning for the everyday gent.
As a new men’s fashion label in Melbourne, finding people that fit the brand you’re creating can be one of the most difficult places to start. The Archetype legacy is only just beginning, but we reckon we’ve found two Melburnians who encapsulate exactly what we’re about.
Probably the most important component of feeling good comes from our mental health. Meditation is a proven method of training for the mind and a great way to increase focus. Mind power and focus are some of our most powerful weapons as Archetypes.
This coleslaw is possibly Vietnam’s most famous salad. I tried making this salad on MasterChef but didn’t do it justice as the real one is much more than just a simple salad. It is fresh, punchy, vibrant in colour and full of different textures. It is perfect for summer when you want something light and refreshing and also great as a side salad at barbecues.