Monday, November 14, 2011
So many things have changed recently. The big news is that the lovely Kim from Vintage on Bay has taken over Bowerbird Vintage now and has the site looking amazing with some truly gorgeous vintage dresses, party frocks, hats and accessories. You must visit!
Kim will also take over the blogging duties soon to discuss all things vintage. I'll make the occasional guess appearance :)
Another great retro inspired site you must check out is Betty Diamond. Betty Diamond designer, Helen Hooper creates the most beautiful retro inspired swimwear. The material and the halter neck, boy leg styles are simply so flattering and the best part is they suit the womanly figure perfectly. It's so hard to find gorgeous, plus sized swimsuits.
Well done Helen. We Love!
Monday, August 29, 2011
Monday, May 9, 2011
She does do vintage spendidly and has a knack for the old/new mashup like no-one else. I love her penchant for Peter-pan collars and MaryJane's and some of the vintage dresses she has whipped out this year at various photo ops have been seriously fabulous. Let's have a looky:
Friday, February 4, 2011
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
A SUMMER MUST SEE FOR ALL FASHION LOVERS AND BUDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Summertime in Sydney is full of exciting artistic & cultural events and I'm always excited when a new exhibition comes to the MCA as it is my favourite art venue in the city.
Right now the Annie Leibovitz expose is showing so get your fashionable butts down to Circular Key asap:
"Following a record-breaking tour of the US and Europe, this hugely popular exhibition showcases commercial, documentary and personal works selected by the artist.
The exhibition brings together almost 200 iconic images of famous public figures together with personal photographs of her family and close friends. At the heart of the exhibition, Leibovitz’s personal photography documents scenes from her life, including the birth and childhood of her three daughters, and vacations, reunions, and rites of passage with her parents, her extended family and close friends"
Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer’s Life 1990–2005
Organised by the Brooklyn Museum,
19 November 2010– 27 March 2011.
Admission $15, concessions $10
MCA Members free
Children 12 years and under free
Family (2 adults and 3 children aged 13-17) $40