Fashion Still No. 2

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All things French. It’s all bon. Click on the image to see it more closely! Clockwise from the bottom: Baguette: Première Moisson‘s business card! Stationery from Longchamp, Dior and Hermès Cellphone Cover: Kate Spade New York (the sister of Paris :P) Pens and crayons: Conté à Paris Carré Crayons and Reynolds Super Magic+ Pens Sunnies: Fossil Purse: Rudsak Lipgloss: … Continue reading

Fashion Still No. 1

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Presenting the first of three fashion stills I created last week at the Studio*. Teaming up the Schutz platforms** with the JPG Maille breezy top gave it a slightly edgy Burtonesque look. The graphic fedora is from Seed Australia. I thought it would be fun to show the before & after, so ogle away…and do tell if you see something off! It … Continue reading

how to support the Australian economy – part 2

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 …the only way i know how…beep beep boop. Φ A little jacket that will jazz up any day. Crunchy, clustery, crumbly muesli. Australia’s answer to Vaseline. Here are September’s buys! Links provided below the board. xo Dina *Featured Image by Alannah Hill’s Spring Lookbook. Alannah Hill – total ooh la la brand. (i picked up the … Continue reading

a lesson in styling

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“Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and remove one accessory.” -Coco Chanel The Whitehouse Institute of Design hosted daily styling sessions last week for the modern Australian woman. Three different red carpet looks were chosen and dressed by young fashion students using the bold designs emerging from designers such as Casa Mimo, … Continue reading


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As announced on my instafeed all of last week, I went to a handful of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (MSFW) events and finally narrowed down the photos I took to 4 posts. The city was buzzing and I loved the 2-3 days I spent shooting for my ‘self-imposed’ assignments. This is the first of the four, a … Continue reading


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When I was a teenager, I developed a taste and appreciation for photography. Flipping through magazines that I would come cross with here and there, my mind awakened to visual communication. Throughout my twenties, I hoarded collected Vogue magazines (40 and counting, from 5 different countries), Harper’s Bazaar, Harpers & Queen, Elle, Wallpaper*, Plaisirs de … Continue reading