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Molly Port

Molly Port
Here's a little insight into the wonderful ray of sunshine that is Molly Port! She's a Pitty Gal and no matter where you are, she will always give you a cuddle.
Check out some of the awesome shots the beaut Laura Tilley of The Found Space captured, and read more about Molly's love of Tassie and four-legged fur friends below!


PM: Tell us a little about yourself. Where did you grow up and what are some great memories from your childhood?  

MP: I grew up between the UK and Australia. Some of my most cherished memories are of the time spent at my grandparents’ house in Abersoch, North Wales. They lived on a headland that had private access to a little beach called Penrhyn Bach (the only other way to access it without trespassing was by water). I have many happy memories of jumping off the rocks, catching shrimps from the rockpools, and sighting seals on the shores of the nearby St. Tudwal’s islands.

PM: Who/what inspires you?

MP: Tough question. Different things/people inspire me in different ways depending on my state of mind. I consistently find people who can make things inspiring, not just in a traditional creative sense, but people who have unique skills with which they can produce something, whether it’s a beautiful painting or innovative computer software – it’s all awesome!

PM: What passion in life are you pursuing?

MP: Dogs. I’m always on the hunt for a pat.

PM: What will the next 5-10 years bring?

MP: Hopefully I will finish my university studies. I am also planning on living overseas for a period of time, not entirely sure where, but Dublin would be great. 

PM: Spontaneous or organised?

MP: Spontaneous, but trying really hard to be more organised!

PM: Online or in store shopping?

MP: Definitely in store.

PM: What makes PM different?

MP: The fact that it is a locally owned independent retailer. It’s a hard slog as a small business, particularly in retail, but I love that Pitty has stuck around through it all. I feel as though there is a shift now taking place, whereby people are becoming more aware of their consumer choices, making deliberate decisions to support local businesses, and Pitty is there to offer them that.

PM: What is the best thing about working at Pitty?

MP: The small team. It’s so much fun being part of such a tight knit crew, and being able to have input in decision making.

PM: Favourite buys? 

MP: My Veja sneakers for sure – having waited a good 10 months to get my hands on them, they did not disappoint. Also my Vanishing Elephant linen dress, it’s starting to get tears in the pockets, but I am determined to keep it alive, especially as they no longer exist (RIP VE).

PM: Where would you most like to live in the whole world

MP: Tasmania, this place is the tits. Would love to live in New York for a couple of years, though.

PM: What are your favourite spare time shenanigans?

MP: Hanging out with my boo, sipping on an aperol spritz. Also playing with dogs and swimming in the sea.

PM: What do you think is the best thing about Tassie?

MP: There are too many good things to name. I love the landscape, the people, the places. It’s just the best place on earth.



Molly is wearing the Ariel Pants in Cornflower by Sister Studios, the Assemble Top by Lois Hazel, Messer Fedora by Brixton, V-10 Nautico sneakers by Veja.
Thanks to Willie Smith's Apple Shed for the always awesome location and cider.
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