Business is not quite as usual on James Street and our community have rallied to continue to provide the products you love.
While some shop doors have temporarily closed, many retailers are re-vitalising their e-boutiques with virtual styling sessions, new collections and more for you to enjoy from the comfort of our home.
For who to connect with digitally until doors re-open, scroll down.
Lee Mathews: www.leemathews.com.au
Shop the Australian womenswear label’s Mainline and Workroom collections via their e-boutique, Lee Mathews also has a considered array of accessories and homewares which are well worth a browse.
Natasha Schweitzer: www.natashaschweitzer.com
Natasha and Alex continue to craft special occasion orders and new season collections in their Brisbane-based workshop as their store undergoes an exciting renovation – re-opening with a sparkly new shop fit-out on Wednesday 1 June.
FOOD + DRINK
The following restaurant, bar and café doors have temporarily closed and look to re-open in the near future. In the meantime, please visit their websites for updates, gift certificate purchases and for future booking enquiries.
Beaux Rumble: www.beauxrumble.com.au
Chow House: www.chowhouse.com.au
Sixes and Sevens: www.sixes.com.au
SK Steak & Oyster: www.sk-so.com
FASHION, BEAUTY, LIFESTYLE + STAY
You can continue to support your favourite local businesses by staying connected via their digital platforms and purchasing gift certificates for family and friends or even for you to use in the near future when doors re-open.
The Calile Hotel: www.thecalilehotel.com
Note: During such a rapidly changing time, James St is striving to update all information and trading hours as soon as possible. All information is correct at time of sharing but customers are encouraged to contact individual retailers directly if uncertain.
May 11, 2020