One of the first profile pieces I ever read on Carine Roitfled (this was back in 2001 and yes, I still have the clipping) casually mentioned that she once turned up to style a Gucci shoot with Tom Ford and Mario Testino wearing “’60s pointed-toe slingbacks with the straps pushed down”.
My wardrobe has undergone some rigorous editing lately, but my collection of pretty, printed, vaguely hippie-ish blouses isn’t going anywhere! This is one of my favourites…
Masculine and feminine; day and night; winter and summer: these juxtapositions take on an appealing new form in the partnership of a turtleneck sweater and flirty little skirt.
Last week I was invited to Byron Bay, north of Sydney, for a work event. Here’s a little snapshot of what was in my suitcase…
This trio of looks from the Tomas Maier resort collection is ridiculously easy and deadly chic.
Black leather or suede trousers are among the most worn and cherished pieces in my wardrobe but this winter I’m venturing into new territory with a pale pink pair.
The big-brand-small-designer partnership model has yielded some great results. This outfit features two of my favourite pieces.
Sydney designer Therese Rawsthorne’s laidback tailoring provided a unique aesthetic, and I was sad to see both disappear after only a few short years.
From the ridiculous (yes, I’m referring to this T-shirt) to the divine, I’ve certainly run the full gamut of vintage dressing this week! I found this dress at my local markets over the weekend and couldn’t wait to take it for a spin.
In theory, white jeans + leopard shirt + gold sandals should read “Palazzo Versace on the Gold Coast” (international readers, I’m sure you can think of a similar local reference). But somehow, it all feels right this season.
Alessandro Dell’Acqua has completely nailed the boy-meets-girl vibe at No.21 this season, with the best looks teaming shimmering sequins with utilitarian camel, grey or brown wool.