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Melbourne

Greville St.


Greville St.
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Australia 146 Greville St
Melbourne VIC, 3181
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  • Sun 10:00 AM—5:00 PM
    Mon Closed
    Tue Closed
    Wed 10:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Thu 10:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Fri 10:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Sat 10:00 AM—5:00 PM
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Kit and Ace is bringing Technical Cashmere™ down under and as its newest home, we couldn’t be happier. Greville Street is the pulse of Prahran and a well-known area for Melbournians who are up to big things. If you get lost trying to find us, just look for the iconic zebra crossing and you are only steps away. This area is lively with amazing coffee, record shops and homewares, all leading up to the world of effortless luxury. From our lounge to our Supper Club table to our delicate porcelain and copper pendant lights, our shop has “welcome home” written all over it. We can’t wait to get to know all the locals who frequent the area. Next time you’re in the neighbourhood, pop in, say hello and feel Technical Cashmere™ for yourself.


-Marnie Boraso, Jr. Showroom Director

Meet the Neighbours

  • Pardon

    Pardon

    155 Greville Street


    I said ‘I need coffee.’ Renowned for their perfect pours and bean brilliance, this is a nice quick stop for those who appreciate a good roast.

  • Mr. Miyagi

    Mr. Miyagi

    99 Chapel Street


    This dinner-only Japanese restaurant packs some serious attitude. Grab your ‘rice-dropping device,’ sip on a killer cocktail, order the nori taco and enjoy the ride.

  • Borsch, Vodka & Tears

    Borsch, Vodka & Tears

    173 Cahpel Street


    Central European cuisine with an adoration of vodka is the basis of this warm well-known bar. They have created their establishment as “an ode to a hazy and debauched bygone world.” Immerse yourself in the lengthy cocktail list, we never pass up the Lychee Martini.

  • Thirty Eight Chairs

    Thirty Eight Chairs

    4a Bond Street


    Authentic Italia in both food and intimacy – only 38 chairs and a handful of Italian Stallions fill this cozy restaurant. Even if you’re not looking for dinner, it is worth a stop to absorb the culture over a cheeseboard and lim?ncello.

  • Tall Timber

    Tall Timber

    60 Commercial Road


    Nestled away from the hustle and bustle of Chapel Street lies a rustic caf? with brilliant food and coffee – from breakfast until that last sip of espresso at 3pm.

  • Adriano Zumbo

    Adriano Zumbo

    14 Claremont Street


    Don’t let the discreet facade fool you – there is a wonderland of glac? creation inside. Hello morning sweet tooth or afternoon delight.

  • Greene Street Juice Co.

    Greene Street Juice Co.

    325 Chapel Street


    Innovation meets wellbeing. Their quirky recipes will have you eager to try them all. It’s the perfect ‘pick me up’ for any time of the day.

  • Sweetwater Inn

    Sweetwater Inn

    1413 Dundas Street West


    Transport yourself from the socialite-shopping precinct to the kicked-back country life. Their small town Australian vibe is like no other in the area.

  • 244 Chapel Street


    More than your average card destination, a surprise for your senses and a delight to the gift receiver.;Handworks

  • Green with Envy

    Green with Envy

    517 Chapel Street


    Distinguished for carrying the most iconic brands – if you’re dressing to impress, you’re going here to find it.

  • A-ESQUE

    A-ESQUE

    553 Chapel Street


    Melbourne made Italian leather accessories with a clear focus on craftsmanship and wearability. Need a new staple bag? A-YES.

  • One Point Seven Four

    One Point Seven Four

    145 Greville Street


    A spread of the world’s most sought after shades in one spot. Let’s be real – one pair is never enough.

  • The Bearded Man

    The Bearded Man

    203 Chapel Street


    Calling all Aces for cuts, beats and beans. It’s the little details that make it an experience – like getting a trim with a beer in-hand.

  • Oak and Steel Wine Bar

    Oak and Steel Wine Bar

    188 High Street


    For any life-long learner, this is your place. Learn to paint or practice your craft while enjoying music, coffee, pastries and good company.

  • Prahran Market

    Prahran Market

    163 Commercial Road


    Where the locals come to play. Start off with high quality espresso from Market Lane Coffee and stock up on fruit and veg with Irene and John at Pino’s Fine Produce. Then, select the finest cheeses from Delicatess and fall for the range of treats at Sweet Greek.

  • Humming Puppy

    Humming Puppy

    2/22 Cecil Place


    Get downward dog and listen to the natural hum of the Earth. Pre-book your mat online to ensure you’re in and where you want to be. Best of all – no baggage.

  • National Gallery of Victoria

    National Gallery of Victoria

    180 St Kilda Road


    Iconic for its structural and conceptual glory, NGV never fails to show the best. There’s always something interesting and inspiring to see, minus their rest day – Tuesday.

  • Heide Museum of Modern Art

    Heide Museum of Modern Art

    7 Templestowe Road


    John and Sunday Reed curated this labour of love over a 50-year span. Come to Heide for history talks, exhibition tours, drawing classes or simply to enjoy the surroundings of its home-like atmosphere.

  • Australian Centre for the Moving Image

    Australian Centre for the Moving Image

    Federation Square, Flinders Street


    An interactive experience of movement and music – exhibitions, films and festivals are just the beginning when exploring what goes on here.

  • Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

    Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

    111 Sturt Street


    If you’re going to NGV, make sure you take the time to go down the road to ACCA. Its surroundings are creative in their own right – a courtyard for performances and the Malthouse Theatre lie right next door.