Dressed in English country finery, surrounded by good food, wine and company, watching the sun set over Melbourne’s CBD skyline from a luscious green park – heaven, thanks to Reid Cycles and Fowles Wines.
Brittany Stewart breaks down the four key make up trends for the season - polished 3D skin, the statement lip, contoured eyes and modern metallics - with a little help from Vogue Australia’s Beauty Director Sigourney Castelo and Mecca Cosmetica Director of Artistry Tony Baumann.
Melbourne Central's 'One Day Shopping Festival’ is jam-packed full of unique and exciting events as well as over 200 retailer offers. From the launch of the stylist program, to free movie screenings, pop up beauty bars, latte art demonstrations, food trucks and discounts, add it to your calendar now!
They say diamonds are a girls best friend and never was that clearer than at Anton Jewellery’s 2014 collection preview last week. The fine jeweller hosted media and VIP guests in an intimate cocktail party at its Chadstone store, showcasing the standout pieces from the new season.
Spring has sprung and with it arrives Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. The opening night saw an eclectic crowd of designers, stylists, bloggers and fashionable Melburnians gather for the first of four designer runways, writes Brittany Stewart.
While it could rely on its novelty alone to carry the show, 'Cavalia' delivers beyond expectation. The show is slick and professional but doesn’t take itself too seriously. 'Cavalia' is diverse, brave, highly entertaining and original, writes Brittany Stewart.
One look at Megan Park’s Spring/Summer ‘13 collection and Brittany Stewart is already longing for the warm rays of summer. Bright colours of sulphur, poppy and orchid in light summer fabrics and vibrant floral prints dominate the collection, inspired by the label’s recent trip to India.
For someone who doesn’t even wear glasses, Brittany Stewart was unusually excited walking into the OPSM Eye Hub. Unlike any other opticians she's ever seen before, the place is light, spacious - and most strikingly of all - stylish.
The guys at Mavericks Laces believe that if shoes maketh the man, then the laces definitely maketh the shoe. No longer is the humble shoelace merely a necessity – it can now be a major accessory, writes Brittany Stewart.
A country girl from Tamworth, Leonnee Pinchen-Martin graduated from the CATC Design School in Sydney and went straight into a job at marketing agency M&C Saatchi. At 21 years of age, while pregnant, she was diagnosed with a serious heart disease. Now, she's just started her own creative design agency.
‘One False Move’ strikes the perfect balance between showing off incredible talent and entertaining the audience. The sheer strength of the students is beyond astounding, writes Brittany Stewart.
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.