Our fashion writer Anneka’s winter advice? Say it with a scarf. Whether it’s a beautiful silk necktie, a woollen cable knit or a decadent faux fur collar, scarves are a must-have accessory for winter. From the classic go-to Country Road, to Allannah Hill’s classic range of capes, stoles and collars that had her heart racing before the webpage had fully loaded.
Kylie Triggell chats with Kelly from Be a Fun Mum, and discovers her inspiration for blogging, how she approaches motherhood with a passion for creativity, and advice for mums to focus on living in the present moment instead of seeking balance.
Hipkin was inspired by a mother in search of fun, fresh and functional street wear for kids, with an adult level of fashion. Kylie Triggell chats with Katie, and discovers her inspiration, how she got the idea for her business off the ground, the hurdles she overcame to launch the label and what she loves about working for herself.
If, like Peta Stephenson, you’re starting to understand a $5 tee that literally risks the lives of people is too high a price to pay, perhaps it’s time to reflect more deeply on your fashion choices. There are, after all, undeniable links between we fashionistas and the real fashion victims. At the very least do we all need to ask ourselves what price fast fashion?
Ever wondered what the life of published author is really like? Hazel Gaynor gives insight into the writing plates she is currently spinning, and a life which seems to come with plenty of uncertainty and more than the occasional wobble, but one she wouldn’t swap for the world.
From being a fashion polygamist and cheating on your favourites with guilty pleasure, merging vintage with modern, injecting bursts of colour to mixing stripes with spots, and developing a signature statement piece, Aneeka Simonis has 5 fashion mantras to inspire you to use your creative freedom to create unique and fabulous fashion masterpieces of your own volition.
Kylie Triggell chats with former veterinarian turned fashion blogger and stylist Cecylia Kee, and discovers how she made her career transition, her style icons, what every woman should have in her wardrobe, her inspiration for blogging and why ‘everyday is worth dressing up for’.
We have so many clothes, shoes, belts, hats and scarves jam-packed into our wardrobes that it’s sometimes hard to get a handle on how much of it we’re actually wearing. How do we figure out what’s on high rotation and what almost never sees the light of day? Peta Stephenson has a nifty coat hanger trick to help you make the most of your wardrobe.
Amy Cassell speaks with Stephanie Crawford, part owner of Maeve Magazine and discovers why she turned her back on the corporate world, what inspires her and how she juggles motherhood with her busy career in publishing and as a social media maven.
Kylie Triggell chats with Lori Dwyer from ‘Random Ramblings of a Stay at Home Mum’, and was both inspired and really moved by what Lori has to say on her blog. She finds out how and why Lori made the decision to continue blogging in such an open way after experiencing a life altering event, and what keeps her inspired to blog everyday.
It’s love at first sight. Your dream dress. You can hardly believe your luck. It’s in a colour you love, the fabric feels great and you can already imagine yourself wearing it, making marvelously witty conversation in different fabulous scenarios. But is it a wise investment? Introducing the cost per wear formula.
Kylie Triggell interviews Amelia Grevis-James from The Peach. A magazine covering relationships, love, sex, mental health, fashion, beauty, body image, feminism, health, lifestyle and lots more. The Peach doesn’t preach to you about what you should think, the way you should feel or how you should look.
You’re traipsing though the beautiful heritage streets of Barcelona in mid June. You’ve just left an intimate café in an off-the-track laneway, having just enjoyed an assortment of delicate sweet pastries and rich coffee. The sun is beading down as you walk, sending warm kisses along your shoulders, nose and neck…
Amy Cassell chats with Megan Aney the blogger behind ‘An Australian Wintour’ and the recently appointed Relationships Manager at The Remarkables Group. Megan shares her love of fashion, reveals her style icon and favourite designer, and why it’s so important to stay true to your own voice.
Lady Dresswell is our new monthly sustainable fashion column by stylist Peta Stephenson. She says that thinking of clothes as Fabric Friends helps us prolong the lifespan of our dearly beloveds. It also helps us think about the kind of community we’re creating in our wardrobes. We want our friends to get along, right?