This piece was written for The Ladies Network. Marie Kondo entered the scene and changed the future of our homes, our belongings, and subsequently, the op shop. In teaching us, “Keep only those things that speak to your heart, then take the plunge and discard all the rest,” you can imagine countless women lugging old,… Continue reading the op shop allure: friend or foe? | The Ladies Network
We had a few rough weeks of heavy-belting rain here - a vision, a reminder, a warning of what is to come. Every year I successfully forget the woes of winter when the sun shines frequently and I can feel that slight burn. I'm a sun-seeker; I'm a cold-blooded animal requiring that hit of Vitamin… Continue reading how to deal with winter: get a cool sweatshirt.
This piece was written for Voxfrock. It’s a tale of two worlds behind a fashion show. The models. The dressers, artists and organisers. The convergence of these is only witnessed by a few outsiders. To the unknowing eye, the runway is planned and then simply executed. But behind those heavy black curtains, teams of people… Continue reading backstage with the rookies | Voxfrock.
I’m about to launch myself into a rollercoaster, whirlwind weekend of inspiration, fashion and writing. Pretty much my three favourite things. VAMFF kicked off the other day, beckoning me back to the wondrous city of Melbourne. This time, instead of making lists to trawl the best-of-the-best cafes and eateries, I may find myself subsisting on… Continue reading sleepless in the city: hello vamff.
Amidst a sombre world outlook, a harrowing time for many, Dries Van Noten's 100th show was the breath of life needed to revive our spirits and kick us into optimism mode again. While trends of power women, fur and stripes on stripes were scattered throughout fashion month, none delivered such a positive note. Collections referred… Continue reading dries van noten: our spark of joy.
Some days I am so proud to be a woman that it almost brings me to tears. I have so many scattered opinions and thoughts on this topic but, increasingly, I am finding greater joy in my gender; glad I was born who I am. I'm in awe of the women who have come before:… Continue reading in celebration of all things ‘woman’.
Quite frankly, it could be. And tracking the daily lewks doesn't seem to be helping. We know my wardrobe has been uncovered as largely monochrome - blah blah blah - but what I've come to realise, an enlightenment that only hit me two days ago ( and one that makes so much SENSE in my… Continue reading is my wardrobe making me depressed?