Aviophobia (fear of flying) affects up to 25% of Australians and ruins countless family holidays and travelling opportunities. So what can be done about it? Enter Flight Experience and their 'Fear of Flying' course. Does it work? Brittany Stewart gives it a trial run.
Cropped cuts, beads and feathers, sharp suits, decadence and frivolity are everywhere at the moment and there is one main cause: The Great Gatsby. You're invited to a special event screening in Melbourne - don your finest attire and join in on a dazzling evening.
Brittany Stewart chats to Chris Rawson, the twenty-one year old assistant fashion director at Zanerobe, where work hard, play hard is the mantra and early success is nothing to be scoffed at.
We often find ourselves travelling far and wide in search of the best places to shop and eat – but are we giving our own local area a chance? If the recent ‘Discover Your Own Backyard’ campaign is anything to go by, then we needn’t look much further than what’s just down our garden path....
'The Grand Guignol' is the tale of five stories told by different characters – all played by Dave Bloustien – with an eerie interlude between each with two finger puppets – think Hansel and Gretel meets Punch and Judy (if Hansel and Gretel were from Adelaide), writes Brittany Stewart.
'High Fashion High Tea', presented by Fashionista's Australia, was a gathering of Melbourne’s fashion insiders and lovers alike. Hosted at the stylish Park Hyatt, guests were offered a rare opportunity to chat with local designers, as well as a snag a first look at some of their latest collections, writes Brittany Stewart.
The VIP launch of Wardrobe Weekender was an evening filled with chatter, bargains, buttons, bubbly and of course fashion, writes Brittany Stewart. It's not too late to get involved this weekend and snap up some new (and sustainable) additions for your wardrobe...
It’s been open for less than a day but you’d find it difficult to walk down Church Street, Hawthorn and not be distracted by The Woodsfolk. Brittany Stewart was there as the new store launched last night - a welcome addition to Hawthorn's local shopping strip.
A number of fantastic events are packed into the Cultural Program at LMFF, writes Brittany Stewart. Wardrobe Weekender - a swap shop, vintage dress hire, local pop-up boutique and bar all rolled into one - looks to be one of the best.
Imagine you’re a fashion designer, highly talented but lacking the funds and the contacts to really kick your career off. Now imagine how you’d feel being professionally mentored by Nicky and Simone Zimmerman, with $5000 cash in your pocket and a voucher for $5000 worth of air travel to seek inspiration and opportunity from anywhere...
2013 has already proved to be a promising year for illustrator Emma Leonard. She chats to Brittany Stewart about sad girls, design markets and top-secret projects.
Coming from England, Brittany Stewart feels that a Christmas without cold weather can sometimes seem like turkey without cranberry jelly – just wrong. Now, however, she's started to realise some of the significant perks of Christmas down under.