First a disclaimer : this one has been in the works for a while, sitting in my drafts folder waiting for some attention. I’ve finally given it the love it needed, even if it is significantly after the shows in question, so excuse the delay. If the fashion shows of the latest season have proved… Continue reading anatomy of :: your grandma.
Preparing for one adventure makes you just want to prepare for a million more. I’m not sure whether to count my Tanzania trip as a holiday, or more of a extreme hiking, eye-opening, learning adventure. I’ve experienced the blinding differences of culture before on previous getaways, but this I feel will be one step further. Meeting my… Continue reading mexican for a day.
I’ve been googling how to get rid of all my current illness symptoms ASAP. No one wants to be sick on a long weekend - that one time you can chill out, treat yourself, and not think about work for more than 2 days. Tips so far, thanks to Wiki: For the throat situation - Do… Continue reading get better quick.
We are about to set foot in a new week and I’m not quite ready - my eyes have been half-closed all week, and my brain a little fried - yet recovery didn’t get it’s chance this weekend. But when your time is instead spent with a myriad of friends, adventuring different suburbs, and hoeing… Continue reading reliving :: celine.
As they say (or at least dad says), small things amuse small minds. Not that my mind is necessarily small, but it is constantly jumping to the next thing and occupying itself with the minuscule oddities of life. There’s a little game I've recently invented for myself, it's called Guess That Brand. Simplest premise ever,… Continue reading the little mind game.
We made it to Friday. We survived. It felt like the longest, most arduous hike at times - further preparation for Mount Kilimanjaro. And now my brain is truly dead, further fuelled by the deliciousness of a sneaky Espresso Martini. So I have no wise words, not that they regularly develop in my mind anyway,… Continue reading photoshoot :: dreams.
Every time I find out that a great creative of any field is Australian I feel an instant affinity and appreciation. It’s not that our upbringing is so difficult that it is a feat to get to the successful stage, but the acknowledgement that Australians are on par with those from New York, London and… Continue reading old school :: richard tyler.
It’s not often that I have the absolute privilege to step inside the life of a success story and meet them in person - just another benefit of fashion college. Natalie Shukur is possibly the loveliest, sweetest person in fashion there could ever be. A hard worker with a heart of gold. She proves the… Continue reading musings :: natalie shukur.