If you’re in Melbourne, it’s likely you’ve lined up before sunrise to taste these perfect puffs of pastry. When hundreds of people don’t mind getting up at 4am to stand in the cold to get their mitts on your pastries, you know you’re making something special. Many people – not just Australians – call them the world’s best croissants.
Now, see how they’re shaped. Watch the video to see Kate Reid make the croissants at Lune and hear about the importance of movement in her practice. From how she and her team work the pastry with deft hands, to how their space in Fitzroy was custom-designed for croissant making, we explore the specifics of movement in the creation of these warm, flaky pockets.