Bauhaus Rundle Street
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Actually more boho than bauhaus, this tiny shop has been selling an eclectic range of jewellery, homewares and gifts in the same spot on trendy Rundle Street for almost three decades. Owner Dani Maiolo sources exotic items from all over the world, with a focus on fair trade products that help international communities, such as handwoven baskets from Swaziland, delicately painted plates and clay pots from Korea, and chunky silver crosses from Ethiopia. Particularly popular is their range of Mexican folk art, featuring black lace skulls, Milagro crosses and Frida Kahlo iconography. “We have something for $10 and something for $200, multicultural, modern to luxury to bohemian – we have a bit of everything,” Maiolo says.