Here is a list of our wonderful friends, supporters, and affiliates. Please take the time to have a look.
**Fi & Co made their big debut in Fremantle in November 2008, at the very back of New Edition in the old bank vaults. Specialising in vintage clothing for women, as well as latest release styles, this little outlet has just made Fremantle that much more fashionable. You'll also find an eclectic range of accessories and shoes that can't be bought anywhere else. Open daily from 10am - 7pm.
**TASCHEN make the sexiest art books on the planet, and the quality in their publishing makes the rest of us want to seek forth and imagine. New Edition stocks many Taschen titles, including some limited collectors editions, including both the Collectors and Champs editions of GOAT: Muhammed Ali Greatest of ALL Time. POA.
**REMEDY sell ‘beautiful things’ designed and made by creative minds, and their 'Footpath Gallery' has been an inspiring and wondrous addition to the well-trodden paths of old High St. You can find items by Carrie Chau, local artists, American Apparel, and more.
**PENGUIN BOOKS are one of the world's largest English language publishers, since 1935 in Britain and brought to Australia in 1946. They are perhaps best known for their world famous classics series, which today consists of more than 1200 titles. New Edition has many to choose from and they always look classy on anyone's personal bookshelf.
**RANDOM HOUSE publishers were founded in the USA in 1925. Their award-winning books are sold in almost every country in the world and the Australian division has published great authors like Peter Carey, Joan London, Richard Flanagan, David Malouf and Janet Frame. If you need quality literature, look here first for great inspiration.
**GINGKO PRESS was established in Hamburg, Germany in 1985 and in Santa Rosa, California in 1991 by Mo Cohen and Julie von der Ropp. The company had been a sales and literary arm of Black Sparrow Press in Europe, but grew quickly into a distribution network for international art publishers. In 1999 Gingko Press began publishing the iconoclast educator and sociologist, Marshall McLuhan. McLuhan’s writing on culture and literature at Cambridge University sparked discoveries that helped fashion his later dictum "the medium is the message." McLuhan’s writings and speeches foresaw the ascendancy of software over hardware, the rise of pop culture, and that the city’s streets would supersede the museums and galleries as the dominant artistic canvas.