Necklaces by Michael Hill Jewellers

I was thrilled when Michael Hill Jewellers invited me to select a couple of their designs to wear. I took them up on their offer because I knew I would find something

A Ring That Measures Your State of Mind

Imagine wearing a piece of jewellery that can tell you in real time how you are feeling – or more accurately – how your state of mind is? I found

Interview with Cristina Re

I’m at an age where I’m starting to enjoy drinking tea at home, either on my own or with friends. I clearly remember an episode of Oprah where she explained how much she

APOM store visit

I was invited to a store visit to see APOM’s brand new boutique, opened in October 2014, located at 326 Carlisle Street in Balaclava, Melbourne. Not only did I have the

Too Faced Chocolate Bar

Who isn’t a sucker for chocolate. I have a soft spot for anything that has cocoa in it. I love the idea of having makeup that smells and tastes like chocolate. I tried this

Polymer Clay Jewellery

This website was not always a Lifestyle blog; it used to be an e-commerce site that sold jewellery handcrafted from talented designers around the world. I just can’t keep away

My Perfect Eyebrow Makeover

I had my eyebrows first analysed by an eyebrow artist last year. I now realise that it was very late in my life and I only wished it happened sooner.

Emilia Rossi Jewellery Design Processes and Materials

Design Process 1. Clay is softened by hand to make it easy to shape.2. Each piece is baked at optimum temperatures, ensuring they’re baked perfectly.3. After baking process, each piece

Louis Vuitton High Tea

If you purchase from Louis Vuitton you experience an exceptional level of service. One of the perks includes being exclusively invited to preview their latest collections. The collection was launched as part of a High

Lush Product Review

I’m going to review items I recently bought from Lush. I’m a huge fan and my favourite product from them is their incredible natural deodorant. 1. Solid Bar Shampoo   What I

Fashion Icons exhibition in Adelaide

I just had to write this post after visiting the Fashion Icons Exhibition exclusive to the Art Gallery of South Australia. Approximately one hundred haute couture garments were on display. They were on loan from The Musee

A Melbourne Fashion Stylist – Part two

In November I wrote about my 1 hour personal styling session with Chelsea, a Melbourne Fashion Stylist. The post covered the things we spoke about as well as the things I learnt.

A Melbourne Fashion Stylist – Part one

I doubt I'm the only one who feels this, but shopping in Melbourne is overwhelming. As a result I’ve developed a phobia for shopping, especially when it comes to shopping for clothes and turned to a fashion stylist for help. When shopping for clothes I feel confused with all of the options available. How am I suppose to know which style would suit me best? I've lost touch with my style and need help as I can't expect to rely on the people working in the stores to tell me what cut, colour, fabric or style of clothing would suit me best.

Skincare for Rosacea Treatment

This post is a follow-up blog post I wrote about the makeup I use to help cover up my rosacea. What worked I was on a mission to find a

Cor da Moda – Part Two

After pulling off a successful 2009 Cor da Moda fashion event, we decided to host the event again in 2010. In this blog post, I will take you briefly through details of

Canberra’s first fashion event at Audi – Cor da Moda

As part of a two-part blog post, I will be sharing with you my experience of co-owning a high-end leather footwear and handbag boutique with my mother in 2008. I was happy