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We're Open

We’ve opened the doors to our newest pop-up shop in Melbourne’s Hawksburn – a boutique space especially designed to showcase exclusive collaborations with a host of established and up-and-coming designers, chocolatiers and artisan producers which will be released over the coming months.

Neighbouring the inimitable Bassike and only a short dash to some of the finest macchiatos, art books, ravioli and organic lamb shanks in the city, this small gallery-style space provides a clean, sleek setting to launch our newest project and will be open until the end of the year.

Our new line-up has been described by Time Out as “intriguingly quirky” and features new collections from Dinosaur Designs and Marimekko, as well as new miniature merino wool pieces from UK-based label Waddler and ex-Monte Carlo Ballet costume designers Lucien Zazou, bespoke Japanese socks, and fresh chocolate from obsessive Sydney-based chocolatier Amanda McKeith of Winnow Chocolates.


What’s more, over the next few months we’ll also be launching some limited edition creations designed exclusively for us by some of the most out-there designers and providores in the country. Melbourne-based jewellery designer/sculptor Elodie Darwish, whose brass, gold and pure silver jewellery are mainstays of our pop-up shops, has already started work on her exclusive collection, while 1803’s deer antler and leather expert Penny Hansen and her bevy of craftsmen are currently cooking up designs for a series of limited edition knives. We’ll also be releasing exclusive work in very limited runs from artists with whom we’ve never worked before, including a Sydney-based jewellery designer and a world famous American artist whose work currently hangs in MoMa.

All of our interactive pop-up shops in both Sydney and Melbourne have been designed as physical manifestations of the website, allowing visitors to touch, taste and sample our range – and our Hawksburn store is no different. We host tastings every day (think organic dark chocolate, raw iron bark honey, extra virgin olive oil and hot spiced tea) and have lined up a series of events over the next few months to give visitors to the store a first-hand experience of the lengthy production that goes into some of the products in our range.

We’ll also be releasing new boutique wines sourced especially for us by Master Sommelier Sebastian Crowther who is Head Sommelier for the Rockpool restaurant group. Seb’s focus for Sorry Thanks I Love You is on sourcing artisanal wines from emerging vineyards around the world that have interesting stories to tell (like an organic Chablis, two new organic champagnes, and some red wines from some of Australia’s best young wine makers) and his collaboration with Sorry Thanks I Love You has been described by Gourmet Traveller as “nothing to be sorry about.”

Our doors are now open and we’re staying right through until the end of December. Hope to see you down there.