Monthly Archives: April 2014

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Grey Skies

We attempted the Paddington markets on our Saturday in Sydney a few weeks back, but gale force winds and intermittent pouring rain made market shopping a death wish. Despite this, die-hard shoppers that we are, we still managed some purchases ; ) Retreating to the relative safety of the gorgeous shops along Oxford St helped keep us dry, however not so safe…

Was it Fashion Week?

We’re aware we’ve probably bombarded you with enough fashion show madness in our last posts so this is the last one… we promise! We arrived on the Friday but didn’t attend the show until Saturday night so we had plenty of time to satisfy our food and shopping addictions… in Sydney… poor us! We refused to let the terrible weather…

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#mbfwa weekend edition

Last Saturday night we geared up for the MBFWA Weekend Edition show. Sounds fun right? Much more fun than our current Saturday situation, baking for tomorrow’s Easter festivities. Below are some of our favourite looks from the runway. Please try to look past these blurry excuses of photographs and see the sheer magic of these beautiful clothes from some of Australia’s…

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Can’t Wait for the Weekend… Edition

Saturday night saw us off to the #mbfwa weekend edition show. To say we resembled cool-headed fashionistas would be a complete lie. Our over-excitement was seeping through our pores like a bad smell! Needless to say we had an AMAZING time and loved way too much, the gorgeous designs trotting down the runway. Good bye savings! And, of course, we…

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James St Up Late

James St Up Late –  the once a year night of fashion and fabulousness. Champagne while you shop, plus discounts – it’s certainly worth staying up late for! A mammoth amount of work must go into organising an event like this, so although we numbered but two of the hundreds that thronged the James Street footpaths, we feel justified in speaking…

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Memento Mori

I have a thing for skulls. I don’t know exactly how or why it started. It may be to do with a long ago trip to the Catacombs – the awe-inducing underground cemetery where the bones of some six million souls were relocated to the bowels of Paris and arranged in myriad patterns. Or maybe it is the idea of…