the fashion - Rosie Mckay

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the fashion - Rosie Mckay
CLUTCH IT
‘Madison’ wool tuxedo
jacket
It might be small
enough to hold in the
palm of your hand,
yet there’s no doubt a
directional clutch makes
a big impact. With
every fashion house
now offering downsized
designs as part of their
new season collections,
it’s safe to say a standout
clutch is the new symbol
of style status.
Herringbone | $499
CLASSIC
ESSENTIALS
‘Madison’ wool cropped
trouser
Herringbone | $299
The sumptuous jersey
dress, butter-soft leather
skirt and catwalk-worthy
voluminous winter
coat – there’s no need
to compromise on style
with these covetable new
season essentials.
The sexy two-tone
‘Eve’ envelope clutch is
a must-have accessory
for the busy career girl.
Oxford | $199
This flattering ruby-red
‘Jessica’ wrap-dress
hits all the right style
notes for the office.
Leona Edmiston | $345
Elevate ladylike style
to the next level with
a chic leather skirt.
Witchery | $109.95
THE TREND:
SAPPHIRE
A holiday to St Tropez might be a few months
off yet but this season’s rich blue hues will
have you dreaming of lazy sun-filled days on the
Riviera – pronto!
A standout trend from the international Fall 2012
Ready To Wear runway shows and a favourite with
stylish leading ladies including Rachel McAdams and
Cameron Diaz, blue in all its incarnations dominates
the style stakes. The moral of the fashion story
here is; don’t dive into a pool of black when
temperatures drop, up the ante in winter blues. As
new season pieces hit stores, set your sights on
dresses, winter coats and statement accessories
in vivid shades of cobalt, sapphire and azure.
GET HEELED
Striking in its simplicity,
this sleek Gianvito Rossi
pump in black quilted
leather with patent
toecap and heel gets
straight to the point.
A star buy for this season
and beyond, there’s no
need to worry about
setting a foot wrong.
From a selection of styles
at Varese Shoes
Take your cue from
Parisian style queens
and cover up in
a supersized coat.
Witchery | $369.95
A compact box
clutch with a striking
design feature works
perfectly with a LBD for
cocktail hour. ‘Scarab’
metal hardcase clutch.
Mimco | $199
MUST‒HAVE
SHIRTS
A wardrobe staple
for evening allure.
‘Mulberry’ silk shirt.
Herringbone | $209
Pretty pleats and a pastel
hue make this 9–5
‘Loris’ shirt a favourite.
Max&Co. | $195
Truth be told, chemically cobalt aluminate is
toxic but when it comes in the form of a sophisticated
two-piece suit, it’s simply intoxicating. And you
won’t have to think twice about what to wear your
new season threads with either because blue
hues play nice with most other colours too – think
white, black and brown for classic cool or emerald
green, warm red and citron to make a
fashion statement.
MAKE A
STATEMENT
Style prowess in leopard
print. ‘Gammaut’ shirt.
Marina Rinaldi | $630
Calling all Greek
goddesses...scoop up
striking pieces that
combine exotic turquoise
and deep-sea blue gems
with the shimmer of
gold and silver.
‘Ursula’ gem ring
Oxford | $69
‘Minerva’ gold cuff
Oxford | $99
Utilitarian appeal.
Ruffle silk blouse.
Oxford | $169
Beaded wrist bracelet
Mimco | $89.95
Fall into line and
get graphic with a zippy
‘Pirenei’ print shirt.
Max Mara | $415
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UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH
LEONA EDMISTON
With more than 25 years experience in the
fashion business and a string of A-list fans
including Elle McPherson, Britney Spears, Susan
Sarandon and Kristen Davis to name but a few, it
goes without saying that leading Australian fashion
designer, Leona Edmiston, is an authority on style.
The influential designer’s career began back in the
mid 1980s with her debut fashion label Morrissey
Edmiston, launched with then business partner
Peter Morrissey. By the time the duo parted ways,
Leona had cemented herself as one of Australia’s
finest design talents, going on to launch her
eponymous label, Leona Edmiston, with business
partner Jeremy Ducker in 2001. A tribute to the
dress in all its forms, Leona Edmiston is for the
confident, urban woman.
Classic yet feminine, Leona’s frocks exude
personality and sophistication making them perfect
to take the busy professional from the office to
the opera with ease. The revered designer says
she understands that a woman ‘wants to look
effortlessly glamorous, sexy and chic no matter
what occasion she is thrown into’, evident in her
new Autumn/Winter collection which focuses
on abstract galaxy and romantic
floral prints sourced from
Europe and New York as well
as vintage influences such as
bat-wing sleeves and 50s-style
silhouettes.
Luxe fabrics are also of
paramount importance to the
designer who favours sleek
jersey, soft silks and crisp
cottons to bring to life the
flattering cuts of her frocks.
And, while temperatures might be dropping,
Leona still has a sunny outlook for the new
season, listing beautiful bold colours and vivacious
prints as her top trends for Autumn/Winter.
In fact, the designer encourages all women who
visit her store to experiment with their style.
‘Have fun with colours and prints, [and] don’t be
afraid to add a clashing bag or patterned tights
to change the look from day to night.’ Wise words
from a woman in the fashion know.
If you have time in your lunch break, visit
Leona’s Chifley Plaza store on Level 1 to view her
new collection.
A woman wants
to look glamorous,
sexy and chic
no matter what
occasion she
is thrown into.
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New York Herringbone
jacket (front)
Herringbone | $499
‘Uptown Sharkskin’
navy suit (rear)
Herringbone | $1,195
CLASSIC
ESSENTIALS
THE TREND:
DAPPER
Dapper designs with a sense of nostalgia and
timeless masculinity dominated the Milan catwalk,
so it’s little wonder that this season being fashion
forward is all about travelling back in time. Taking
inspiration from eras past, this season’s men’s
collections have a distinct traditional English
gentleman vibe.
And perhaps this is thanks in part to a renewed
interest in the monarch – in particular the dashing
Prince William – and other famous men of that ilk,
including Daniel Craig and David Beckham who
are single-handedly bringing dapper back. Luxe
wool suits, silk bow-ties and dinner jackets all
fit for royalty are the benchmark for the modern
gentleman, and just as well stores are following suit.
Sophisticated tailored suiting in regal navy
and charcoal, jacquard sweaters, fine knits and
crisp chinos are what well-dressed men are made
of. And as they say ‘the devil is in the details’,
so all the extras matter too – think silk pocket
handkerchiefs, knitted ties, tweed caps and blackrimmed spectacles.
Far from being stuffy, this style revolution is more
than just a fad or a persona reserved just for the
boardroom, it’s a way of life for the man who likes
to work hard, play hard and look good doing so.
BROGUES
ARE BACK!
The ‘Jim’ cable-knit
sweater epitomises
weekend cool.
M.J. Bale | $399
ENGLISH
GENT
Weekend style is made
easy with these chic
accessories which will
take you from work to
play effortlessly.
Dressed up or down,
chinos exude style.
Oxford | $89
‘Davis’ grey fedora hat
Oxford | $39
‘Superga’ sneakers
Herringbone | $89.95
‘Dita’ spectacle frames
Lifestyle Optical | $699
Steer’s head print
overnight bag
R.M.Williams | $629
Put your best
foot forward
in a pair
of brogues.
Earn fashion points in
a knit vest with a twist.
Once thought of as a traditional men’s country shoe,
the brogue is making a big splash in the fashion
world. In line with the revival of nostalgic fashion
looks, this style of shoe also harks back to its
English style roots, and yet is simply perfect for
the modern man. Staying true to tradition, brogues
look best in tan and black and make the ideal partner
for a debonair suit or elegant countrified ensembles
for the weekend.
Auburn brogues
Crockett & Jones edgware brogue
R.M.Williams | $450
Herringbone | $599
Oxford | $59
POLISHED
Here’s how to keep your
brogues shining. Chifley
Shoe Worx suggests first
cleaning off dirt with a
damp rag then applying
a coat of polish with
a clean cloth. Allow to
dry, and then rub the
entire shoe with a shoe
brush, followed by a
clean soft cloth until they
are polished to a shine.
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THE MAN AND
THE SUIT
A
suit says a lot about a man. It gives
clues to his profession, his wealth and
his social status, and for this reason
quality is king. Like anything designed
to impress, quality fabrication and
workmanship are priceless.
You can bet investing in a good suit will pay dividends,
because unlike other fashion trends, suiting styles are
not necessarily unique to each passing season. Yes,
distinct styles of suits feature more prominently from
year to year, but considering the suit is the uniform of
the working man, it’s safe to say that when amortised
over its lifespan, the money spent on a quality suit is
extremely good value.
A good suit should have both classic and masculine
qualities that reflect the chic of the 1930s and the flair
of the 1960s. And although the single-breasted style
will never date, the cut can give away a suits age. The
three key silhouette elements of this season’s suit are
broad shoulders, a nipped waist and slim trousers,
implying an athletic physique.
To break it down even further, the most popular cuts
are the ‘sleek cut’ and the ‘confident cut’.
Given new life by Don Draper in the TV show Mad
Men, the ‘sleek cut’ is for the man who likes to wear
his suit with restraint and an air of ambiguity. There’s
no doubt it’s impeccably made, usually in dark fabrics,
and unfussy in the details; slim-medium sized notched
lapels, a top button which sits just on the navel and
a breast pocket to hold a simple pocket handkerchief.
On the other hand the
‘confident cut’ speaks
volumes through the
somewhat overt use of
details. Peaked lapels,
and a distinct 1970s feel
through the use of more
flamboyant fabric choices
appeal to the gent who
doesn’t mind standing
out from the crowd.
Another suit making a
revival is the doublebreasted suit. Made
popular by stylish 1960s
Hollywood icon Carey
Grant, the doublebreasted cut is once
again enjoying favour
in the male world of
business fashion. In
fact, it’s a younger wave
of suave men who are
bringing back tradition
in their own stylish way.
While the style may be
retro, the cut must be
modern to bring it into
the now. When shopping
for a double-breasted
suit ask for the ‘Kent
cut’, named after Prince
WELL SUITED
A selection of styles from Herringbone
George, Duke of Kent, and characterised by a longer
lapel line that extends into the waist. For a timeless
fit, visit Argy’s Tailoring & Alterations at Chifley
Plaza for bespoke service that only a professional
tailor can offer.
A good suit should
have both classic and
masculine qualities.
Depending on how
often you wear it, as
a general rule, a suit
should not be dry
cleaned more than 1–2
times a year, as the
chemicals used will
cause the colour to fade
and affect its integrity.
Instead, Maurice Dry
Cleaners of Chifley Plaza
suggests to remove
wrinkles and restore
your suit’s appearance
by asking your dry
cleaner to press it.
Similarly, hanging your
suit outside to air on
a cool day will remove
smoky and musty smells.
To preserve your suit
for longer, hang it on a
sturdy hanger with wide
spread arms and store
it in a fabric suit bag
which will allow the suit
to breathe.
THE ECLECTIC
THE SUAVE
THE CLASSIC
Light-coloured fabrics and check patterns add
personality to single-breasted suiting styles.
Take inspiration from the runway and add flourish
with a contrasting jewel-toned polka-dot bow-tie
and stylish pocket handkerchief for a
point of difference guaranteed to set you apart
from a room full of suits.
Look for smart unobtrusive details like a double
pocket, top stitching and luxe lining to give a classic
navy suit a subtle edge. A smart light-blue shirt
and red and navy striped tie complete the look with
confidence. Leaving the last button undone is
a common practice for ease of movement and to
ensure proper drape of the jacket.
Designed to accentuate the v-shape of a well
worked body, this style of suit heightens
the masculine form and works just as well in
dark-coloured fabrics as it does in light.
To ensure the silhouette is modern, the jacket
should skim the body and the shoulders
should be soft and tailored.
HERRINGBONE
Made-to-measure jacket | from $1,095 | Bunting check
shirt | $269 | Silk tartan pocket square | $49 | Bow-tie | $99
OXFORD
‘Hardy’ navy suit jacket | $249
Milano slim fit shirt | $79 | Red stripe silk tie | $79
M.J. BALE
Custom double-breasted suit jacket | P.O.A
Custom spread collar shirt | P.O.A | Yass wool tie | $79.95
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STAY
ROOM WITH
A VIEW
TEXT BY ROSIE McKAY PHOTOGRAPHS BY GETTY, SCOPE, SNAPPER
*PRICE IS CORRECT AT TIME OF GOING TO PRINT
Whether it’s one of the more
affordable, smaller suites or a
sprawling luxury villa like the
one Gordon Ramsay (left)
chooses, every room offers
stunning sea views, an infinity
pool, jacuzzi, state-of-the-art
entertainment system, room
service and complimentary
minibar and Nespresso machine.
Room tariffs start from $912*
per night for a one-bedroom
pool villa. Visit sripanwa.com.
Phuket
PARADISE
Put off by Phuket’s party reputation? The Sri Panwa luxury resort and
spa is an idyllic alternative, says OK!’s Lifestyle Editor, Rosie McKay
RELAX
COOL SPA
Want to totally bliss out? Sri
Panwa’s on-site Cool Spa features
six private treatment rooms and
offers a range of therapies – from
traditional massages to freshly
made whole-body scrubs and
facials. Unwind with a Thai or
hot-stone massage as soon as
you arrive and, for super-soft skin
by the time you leave, try the
signature Sweet Mango Delight
– an aloe vera and honey hydrating
gel wrap – or the Sabai facial.
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Kate Moss
manages
a Phuket
holiday every
UK winter
OLD PHUKET
TOWN
A 20-minute drive from the
resort is this historic district
with its boutiques, antique
shops, restaurants and cafes.
Just off the main drag is Soi
Romani, the former red-light
area now home to cool bars
and art spaces – you can pick
up great souvenirs here.
March 7, 2011 OK!
Celebrity travel
BABA POOLCLUB &
DINING LOUNGE
If you love good food and cocktails,
then you must sample the variety on
offer in the resort. Baba Poolclub
offers barbecue dishes from around
the world, and Baba Dining Lounge
serves Thai and international cuisine:
truffle pizza, sashimi and prawns in
crispy noodles are divine – especially
when washed down with a Lycheetini!
EAT &
DRINK
E
BLUE ELEPHANT
Whether you want dishes from ancient
recipes or modern interpretations of
traditional Thai fare, this is the place
to go. The newest of 12 Blue Elephant
restaurants, this cool eatery is housed
in the 107-year-old former governor’s
residence and is as popular for the
amazing cuisine of famed chef Khun
Nooror as it is for its cocktails. By day,
it also runs cooking classes, so you can
learn to make the dishes you loved the
night before! Visit blueelephant.com.
Getting
there
Jetstar (jetstar.com),
Qantas (qantas.com.au)
and Thai (www.thaiair.
com) all fly direct
to Phuket. Check
their websites for
more info
RAYA
PHANG NGA BAY
EXPLORE
OK! March 7, 2011
Spend a day enjoying the emerald sea, limestone
cliffs and famous landmarks of Phang Nga Bay. Visit
the Sea Gypsy Village – a fishing community built
over the water on stilts. Its restaurant, where fish
are caught in front of you, serves must-have crab and
chilli squid. Boats leave from Sri Panwa upon request.
For top local fare, head to Raya, located
in a 100-year-old house. Loved by celebs,
royalty and tourists alike, the southern
Thai dishes prepared by chef/owner
Madam Rose are among the best – and
cheapest – you can get. Caramelised
and braised pork belly, crabmeat curry
and spicy prawns are the standouts.
48 New Dibuk Road, Phuket Old Town.
Phuket gets the
supermodel tick
of approval from
Naomi Campbell
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This week’s hottest news
C
elebrating her first Mother’s
Day with her four-month-old
son, Flynn, this weekend,
super-glam mum Miranda
Kerr, 28, has made no secret
of how much she is loving
being a mother. The model talks exclusively
to OK! about going back to work, the precious
advice she got from her own mum and the
secret language she and Flynn share…
Of being a mum,
the supermodel
says, ‘It has given
my life a whole
new purpose’
What does motherhood mean to you?
Becoming a mother is one of the most magical
experiences I have ever had. It has made me
appreciate the beauty in the circle of life and
given me a whole new definition of love.
What’s the best thing about being a mum?
Every day brings something new, and I love
watching Flynn’s personality evolve.
What’s surprised you the most?
How intelligent our bodies are and how
energetically connected you are to your child.
I wake up as soon as Flynn opens his eyes!
What’s that one little thing that Flynn does
that always makes you smile?
When he shows me his adorable smile
and hearing his cute laugh. I love watching
all his beautiful little expressions while
he is talking to me in a language only
he can really understand.
INTERVIEW BY ROSIE McKAY ADDITIONAL TEXT BY MARTA JARY PHOTOGRAPHS BY BIG, SNAPPER
What was the best advice your mum,
Therese, ever gave you?
Trust yourself and your instincts. Remember
that every baby is different.
In what way has motherhood exceeded
your expectations?
I don’t think you can ever truly know
what to expect, but I could never have
imagined the feelings I have for my child
or the new-found strength I have discovered
within myself as a result of giving birth.
I think once you do that, you realise you
can really achieve anything!
In light of your recent return to the
catwalk, how do you plan to juggle
motherhood with work?
I’m blessed to have the support of my partner
[actor Orlando Bloom], and Flynn is so
amazing I can bring him to work. It’s also
about prioritising and managing my time
around his schedule.
What is your advice for first-time mums?
Make your own rules and trust in your ability
to be a mother.
As a thank you to Miranda for her time, OK!
has made a donation to Kids Helpline. Turn
to page 78 to see what other Aussie celeb
mums are getting up to this Mother’s Day.
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Miranda exclusive:
‘BEING A
MUM IS
MAGIC’
Yummy mummy Miranda Kerr chats exclusively
to OK! about the light of her life – baby son Flynn
May 16, 2011 OK!
This week’s hottest news
Orlando, here with Miranda in
New York on May 2, says he
never left his wife’s side during
her 27-hour labour. ‘I was like,
“Honey, I have to go to the
bathroom”. [She said] “Someone
get him a bottle!”’ he reveals
ORLANDO
Like father,
like son…
With those chubby cheeks and
big, almond eyes, Orlando looked
just like Flynn as a baby!
FLYNN
W
hile the commonly held
belief is that Flynn looks
like his mum, Miranda, when
daddy Orlando showed off
pictures of himself as a baby on The Ellen
DeGeneres Show on April 29, it was hard
to ignore the similarities. A side-by-side
comparison of Flynn and a baby Orlando
showed those same chubby cheeks and
deep-set eyes. Flynn might still have model
Miranda’s height, though.‘He’s, like, 20
pounds [9kg]. Ladies… believe 27 hours
of labour!’ he said, adding of the birth,‘She
was my lioness. I have to tell you, it was
remarkable. She’s a very strong woman.’
OK! May 16, 2011
‘He’s actually huge
for his age,’ the
proud dad says of
his pouty-lipped bub
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November 29, 2010 OK!
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Health news
EVA’S SECRET
WEAPON
TEXT BY ROSIE McKAY PHOTOGRAPHS BY BIG, GETTY,
ELLEN VON UNWERTH/REEBOK
OK! LOVES!
It’s no secret that, come winter,
staying snuggled up under the doona
is preferable to jumping out of bed for
that morning run. But if you want to stop
the winter padding from creeping on,
then keeping up your exercise regime
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up on these hip slogan tanks
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talk and training top
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Eva Mendes has a body that most women would
die for, and as the new ambassador of Reebok
EasyTone, she is more than happy to reveal how she
maintains her famous curves. ‘As an actress, being
fit is important, and EasyTone is my great secret,’
she said at the launch of the spring/summer 2011
collection in February. And, in a first, Reebok is also
about to launch toning apparel (available in
Australia in July), designed to help tone
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Lean meat
KEY TO
WEIGHT LOSS
REVEALED
SUPERFOOD FACTS:
ACAI BERRY
WHAT IT IS: Acai (pronounced ass-sigh-ee and also
known as purpleberry) comes from Brazil’s Amazon Basin.
HEALTH BENEFITS: It’s full of B1, B2, B3, B6 and B12
vitamins and Omega-3, 6 and 9, as well as 17 minerals.
AIDS IN WEIGHT LOSS: The wide range of antioxidants
found in the acai berry detoxify and cleanse
toxins from the body, which can
reduce bloating and help with
weight loss in the long term.
PRODUCTS TO GET:
Australian company Amazonia
(purpleberry.com.au) has
a good range – from capsules
to acai-infused dark chocolate
and flavoured health bars.
Miranda Kerr
CELEB DEVOTEES: Brad
Pitt, Miranda Kerr (left) and
Denise Richards are all fans.
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Oily
fish
The world’s largest diet study has found
that a high-protein/low-GI diet is the key
to staying trim. The overweight participants
of the study had all lost an average of 11kg
before being assigned one of five diets
for six months. After that period, it was
revealed that out of the 773 participants,
only those who were following the highprotein/low-GI diet – which included 3-4
serves of vegies and 2-3 serves of fruit a day,
meat and chicken at least 2-3 times a week,
as well as oily fish, pulses and wholegrain
breads – continued to lose weight. The
other participants following either a
low-protein/high-GI diet, a low-protein/
low-GI diet, a high-protein/high-GI diet or
a controlled diet, which followed dietary
guidelines, ended up gaining weight.
Wholegrain
breads and
cereals
Fit and healthy
Jessica Biel
consumes
a high-protein/
low-carb diet
Nuts and
seeds
Fruit
Pulses
Vegetables
May 9, 2011 OK!
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YOU’RE INVITED
TO HIGH TEA!
Currently 36
36 women
women in
in Australia
Australia are
are
Currently
diagnosed with
with Breast
Breast Cancer
Cancer every
every day.
day.
diagnosed
National
National Breast
Breast Cancer
Cancer Foundation
Foundation is
is the
the
leading
leading community
community funded
funded organisation
organisation
in
Australia
which
supports
and
promotes
in Australia which supports and promotes
research
research for
for the
the prevention
prevention of
of Breast
Breast
Cancer.
Cancer.
Macarthur
Macarthur Square
Square has
has partnered
partnered with
with
National
National Breast
Breast Cancer
Cancer Foundation
Foundation to
to
host
a
special
Pink
Ribbon
High
Tea.
host a special Pink Ribbon High Tea. We
We
invite you
you to
to join
join us
us for
for aa fun
fun morning
morning
invite
of fashion,
fashion, pampering
pampering and
and high
high tea
tea
of
delicacies at
at The
The Fashion
Fashion Pod.
Pod.
delicacies
Make an
an appointment
appointment for
for your
your FREE
FREE
Make
one hour
hour personal
personal styling
styling consultation
consultation
one
with aa Macarthur
Macarthur Square
Square stylist.
stylist. Want
Want to
to
with
know how
how to
to dress
dress for
for your
your body
body shape
shape or
or
know
what the
the latest
latest trends
trends are
are for
for the
the season
season
what
and
and how
how you
you can
can get
get them
them within
within your
your
budget?
budget? Let
Let our
our stylist
stylist take
take you
you on
on aa
tour
to
some
of
your
favourite
stores
tour to some of your favourite stores at
at
Macarthur
Macarthur Square.
Square.
She’ll
She’ll show
show you
you exactly
exactly what
what trends
trends are
are
hot
hot for
for Spring,
Spring, how
how to
to wear
wear them
them and
and
where
to
get
them.
Plus
you’ll
receive
where to get them. Plus you’ll receive aa
bonus
bonus $20
$20 Macarthur
Macarthur Square
Square gift
gift card
card to
to
spend on
on the
the day!
day!
spend
Best
Best of
of all
all it’s
it’s FREE,
FREE, so
so make
make sure
sure you
you get
get
in
in early
early to
to secure
secure your
your booking!
booking!
When
When Thursday’s
Thursday’s &
& Saturday’s
Saturday’s
(15th
(15th September
September –– 22
22 October
October 2011)
2011)
Where
The
Fashion
Where The Fashion Pod,
Pod, Level
Level 2
2
Duration
1
hour
Duration 1 hour
Cost FREE!
FREE!
Cost
Bookings essential
essential Please
Please visit
visit our
our
Bookings
Customer Service
Service Desk
Desk or
or call
call 4626
4626 1466.
1466.
Customer
When Sunday
Sunday 16
16 October
October 11am
11am
When
Where The
The Fashion
Fashion Pod,
Pod, level
level 2
2
Where
Cost $30
$30 per
per ticket
ticket with
with all
all proceeds
proceeds
Cost
donated to
to National
National Breast
Breast Cancer
Cancer
donated
Foundation
Foundation
Bringing together the very best in fashion,
accessories and beauty, mark a visit to The
Fashion Pod in your diary this Spring season.
No matter your style or budget, you’re sure
to be inspired by the latest fashion trends
showcased at The Fashion Pod.
You’ll also enjoy free fashion shows, personal
stylist consultations and the opportunity to win
your favourite outfit featured within The Fashion
Pod! Make sure you visit The Fashion Pod or the
Macarthur Square Facebook page each week to
vote for your favourite outfit!
FASHION
FASHION SHOWS
SHOWS
Take your seat front and centre at our
Take your seat front and centre at our
live Fashion Shows. Our resident stylist,
live Fashion Shows. Our resident stylist,
Kristen Denny, will take you through
Kristen Denny, will take you through
the latest trends for the season and show
the latest trends for the season and show
you how you can perfect these glam
you how you can perfect these glam
runway looks at home. We believe fashion
runway looks at home. We believe fashion
should be affordable so our stylist has
should be affordable so our stylist has
sourced some amazing looks that won’t
sourced some amazing looks that won’t
break the bank! It doesn’t get much
break the bank! It doesn’t get much
better than that...
better than that...
When Saturday 24 September 11am,
When Saturday 24 September 11am,
12noon & 1pm and Saturday 8 October
12noon & 1pm and Saturday 8 October
11am, 12noon & 1pm
11am, 12noon & 1pm
Where The Fashion Pod, level 2
Where The Fashion Pod, level 2
You’ll be treated to a gift bag full of
You’ll be treated to a gift bag full of
retailer special offers and goodies!
retailer special offers and goodies!
Bookings are not required, we look
Bookings are not required, we look
forward to seeing you on the day!
forward to seeing you on the day!
MCSQ Spring Summer 2011
You will
will not
not only
only enjoy
enjoy aa special
special Spring
Spring
You
fashion show
show and
and go
go home
home with
with aa
fashion
beautiful gift
gift bag
bag -- you’ll
you’ll be
be helping
helping to
to
beautiful
make aa difference
difference in
in the
the fight
fight against
against
make
Breast
Breast Cancer.
Cancer.
Bookings essential
essential Please
Please visit
visit our
our
Bookings
Customer Service
Service Desk
Desk or
or call
call 4626
4626 1466.
1466.
Customer
Currently
Currently 36 36
women inin
Australia
women
are diagnosed with
Australia
are
Breast Cancer
diagnosed
every day. with
Breast Cancer
every day.
HAIR
HAIR AND
AND BEAUTY
BEAUTY
WITH
WITH TERRY
TERRY WHITE
WHITE
CHEMISTS
CHEMISTS
Why stop with a new wardrobe when you can enjoy a complete makeover?
Why stop with a new wardrobe when you can enjoy a complete makeover?
Who better to show you the latest make-up trends for Spring than a Napoleon Perdis
Who better to show you the latest make-up trends for Spring than a Napoleon Perdis
make-up artist! Thanks to Terry White Chemists, you can receive a 1 hour make-up
make-up artist! Thanks to Terry White Chemists, you can receive a 1 hour make-up
consultation with an expert Napoleon Perdis artist who will transform your look
consultation with an expert Napoleon Perdis artist who will transform your look
for the warmer months.
for the warmer months.
When Wednesday 14 September 10am – 5pm (1 hour bookings)
When Wednesday 14 September 10am – 5pm (1 hour bookings)
Where The Fashion Pod, level 2
Where The Fashion Pod, level 2
Cost $80 per person paid upon booking your appointment. Appointment fee is
Cost $80 per person paid upon booking your appointment. Appointment fee is
fully redeemable on Napoleon Perdis products purchased at your consultation.
fully redeemable on Napoleon Perdis products purchased at your consultation.
Bookings essential Contact Terry White Chemists to secure your 1 hour
Bookings essential Contact Terry White Chemists to secure your 1 hour
Napoleon Perdis make-up consultation. Call 4626 6394.
Napoleon Perdis make-up consultation. Call 4626 6394.
CONTENTS
COVER Forcast ‘Lydia’ blouse
$44.95 Sheike ‘Lawn Party’ silk scarf
$59.95 Diva Red rose headband
$9.99 Equip Pink flower clip $9.99
Tree of Life Peach flower pin $9.95
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02 LUXE TO LESS
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Stylish stripes for all budgets
03 FAB FINDS
Hot ‘70s looks to try now
04 FASHION
Fall in love with colour
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12 GET THE LOOK
How to wear the latest
catwalk looks
16 SHOES
Fabulous heels and fancy flats
17 ACCESSORIES
All the little extras you need
18 FASHION
Chic neutral looks for Summer
24 BEAUTY
Need-now products for hair,
face and body
26 JEWELLERY
The very best wrist candy
27 HOME
27
Decorating ideas and
gorgeous homewares
28 MEN’S
Cool new gear for work
and play
30 FITNESS
Sporty buys and
workout inspiration
32 FASHION DIRECTORY
Fashion stores at
Macarthur Square
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33 SPECIAL OFFERS
Exclusive discounts
In this issue of MCSQ Spring Summer 11, we preview the latest trends
direct from the runway and show you how to introduce these looks
into your wardrobe for the sunny season. You don’t have to spend a lot of
money to look good and to show you how to keep up with the latest
trends without stretching the purse strings, we have chosen some brilliant
products across a range of budgets from the many stores at Macarthur
Square. We hope this edition will inspire you to update your wardrobe with
chic and colourful new season threads. Happy shopping!
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Payless Shoes ‘Woodstock’ cork
platform sandal $69.95 Magnolia
Silver Gold fill, coral & pearl earrings
$88 City Chic Colour block dress
$99.95 Sussan Spanish trench
$129.95 R.M.Williams Oak crocodile
& wooden slides $395
TANGERINE DREAM
INJECT A BURST OF COLOUR INTO YOUR
NEW SEASON WARDROBE WITH THESE
ZESTY BUYS. GO FOR A SLEEVELESS
DRESS LIKE THE ONE BY FORCAST TO
HIGHLIGHT GREAT ARMS AND PINS WHILE
MAX MARA : SPRING 11 MILAN FASHION WEEK
CONCEALING AROUND THE TUMMY.
Lovisa Dotted stone drop ring $16.99
Dotti Black trim boater hat $19.95
Forcast ‘Candy’ orange knit dress
$69.95 La Senza Cotton push up
plunge bra $29.95 I Love Cotton
Brazil brief $12.95 Spend-less
Shoes ‘Bang’ heel $39.95 Brooklyn
Boutique PeepToe coral square link
bracelet $89
Diana Ferrari Light bone tote $109
Noni B Crochet detail knit top $39.95
Cue Brocade skirt $169
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GET THE LOOK
Overboard Mink Pink ‘Beauty’ bikini
$69.99 Best & Less Impulse floral
maxi $29.99 Tree of Life Floral
weave headband $9.95 Queenspark
‘Oriental’ floral skirt $129.95 OPSM
Ray Ban lavender
& blue floral sunglasses $220
FULL BLOOM
FASHION’S LOVE AFFAIR WITH FLORAL
PRINTS CONTINUES WITH A FRESH CROP
OF BOLD BLOOMS AND SWEET BUDS
TAKING HOLD OF DRESSES, SKIRTS
AND SHIRTS. TEAM WITH NEUTRAL
Strandbags Saskia ‘Vivien’ tote
$109 Katies Knee length denim skirt
$59.95 Vinci Lovely Girl rose print top
with fringing $49 W.Lane Rose print
diamante cardigan $89.99 Bevilles
Jewellers Yellow gold diamond &
jade dome ring $799 Williams Corelli
‘Kirby’ wedge $69.99
ACCESSORIES AND DENIM PIECES TO
COMPLETE THE LOOK.
WEAR
DAY OR
NIGHT
D&G : SPRING 11 MILAN FASHION WEEK
Bras N Things Short Stories ‘French
Floral’ push up bra $49.99 Floral briefs
$24.99 Suzanne Grae Floral print top
$49.95 Jeanswest Print short $49.99
Overboard Icon bracelet $19.99
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Strandbags Juno lasercut cream
hobo $109 Rubi Shoes ‘Jessica’
sandal $39.95 La Senza ‘Ooh La
La’ lace printed g-string $16.95
Styleyes Sunglasses Bvlgari brown
sunglasses with gem detail $580
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Tree of Life Print scarf $35 Ally
Fashion Crochet fringe vest $14.99
Rockmans Enamel earrings $12.99
Bardot Macrame tassel bag $39.95
Pandora Lilac macrame bracelet
$334 Peach $414 Beige $224
Cotton On ‘Talulah’ tie skirt $29.95
BARGAIN
BUY
ARTISTIC FLAIR
Magnolia Silver Indian agate, silver
& gold fill necklace $86 City Chic
Embroidered peasant top $69.95
Millers Twist front dress $39.95
LISTEN TO YOUR CREATIVE
INSTINCT AND TEAM ETHNIC PRINTS
AND PATTERNS WITH FRINGING,
CROCHET AND GORGEOUS LEATHER
ACCESSORIES FOR A LOOK THAT
ETRO : SPRING 11 MILAN FASHION WEEK
DARES TO BE DIFFERENT.
Suzanne Grae Crochet knit $49.95
Jacqui E ‘Waterfall’ skirt $39.95
Williams Corelli ‘Libby’ wedge $69.99
Sheriton Shoes I Ɔ Billy ‘Bouy’
turquoise flats $69.95 Vakko Wish
‘Veneto’ tank $89.95
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Supré Cuffed hem mid-waist hotpant
$20 Spend-less Shoes ‘Liza 2’ heel
$49.95 W.Lane Gold neck-pleat
3/4 knit $69.99 Diva Black stone
encrusted cuff $19.99 OPSM Prada
black studded sunglasses $540
STEELING BEAUTY
MUST
H AV E
ALWAYS STYLISH, BLACK WILL FOREVER BE
IN FASHION. SPEND A LITTLE EXTRA ON PIECES
THAT WILL LAST MANY SEASONS LIKE THE
MINK PINK LEATHER JACKET OR THE PRADA
SUNNIES, AND A LITTLE LESS FOR THE
ON-TREND PIECES JUST FOR THE SEASON.
GUCCI : SPRING 11 MILAN FASHION WEEK
Sandy Bay Surf Co. Mink Pink
leather studded jacket $349.99
Intoxic Studded tier leather look skirt
$60 Magnolia Silver Onyx sterling
silver ring $110 Cotton On Body
Booster lace black bra $19.95 Ra-ra
ruffle boyleg $9.95
Q Tee Black studded dress
$59.95 Cue Peplum dress $245
Strandbags Candice ruffle stud bag
$99 Specsavers Alex Perry SV, 2
pairs for $299 Williams Corelli ‘Rusty’
heel $69.99
Vakko Ausko black hat $39.95 Bras
N Things Satin Indulgence ‘Indie’
microfibre & lurex full cup bra $59.99
G-string $22.99 Diana Ferrari
‘Hooper’ snake sandals $139.95
Brooklyn Boutique PeepToe Shoes
‘Miss Devonshire’ heel $275
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FITNESS
GOOD
SPORT
: Get
Fit for Summer
FERNWOOD WOMEN’S
HEALTH CLUB
Want to know more about weight training
and how it can assist with losing weight?
Fernwood Women’s Health Club’s
health and fitness experts have lent their
hand to provide all of the information you
need to ‘Get Foxy’ this Spring!
Lorna Jane ‘Lizzy’ running singlet
$59.99 Big W Spalding leather
skipping rope $15.96 Terry White
Chemists Nature’s Own women’s
multi-vitamin $29.99 Bloch
‘Phoenix’ rip stop shorts $59.95
The Athlete’s Foot Salomon
crossmax xr trainers $199.95
Lorna Jane ‘Pammy’ crop top
$59.99 Dick Smith Belkin FastFit
armband for iPhone 4 $39.95
IS STRENGTH TRAINING JUST FOR
YOUNG WOMEN?
If you don’t use it, you lose it! Strength training is essential to
keep your body functioning at its best and is recommended for
women of all ages.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF
STRENGTH TRAINING?
Aside from the physical benefits of being toned, strength training
can also help to improve posture, reduce the risk of osteoporosis,
diabetes and heart disease, increase energy levels, abdominal strength
and bone mineral content, whilst strengthening the bones, ligaments
and tendons, and reducing the risk of injury.
HOW OFTEN DO I NEED
TO EXERCISE?
It only takes 30 minutes a week of compound strength training with
a Personal Trainer to get results and keep you feeling young,
strong and confident - perfect for the average time-poor woman!
And remember, your muscles need recovery time between sessions.
Depending on the intensity of your strength training session, your
muscles will require up to six days for full recovery.
Visit Fernwood Women’s Health Club at Kellicar Road to learn
more about the range of exercise programs and classes available.
Target ‘The Gift of Yoga’ book & DVD
$19 Big W Spalding 4kg Neoprene
dumbells $21.84ea Lorna Jane
Yoga mat $59.99 Dick Smith Philips
sports earhooks $49.95 Cotton On
Body ‘Body Pump’ sports contour
bra $29.95
Best & Less Action Sport gym shorts
$11.99 Bloch Mesh long racer back
tank $49.95 Rebel Sport Supahoop
64cm yellow $10.99 Supahoop 76cm
green $12.99
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Wild Food Balance mass gainer
protein 520g $34.95 Tribulus 180
capsules active $124.95 Target
HomeFit simply ball $29 Dick Smith
Oregon scientific smart heart HRM
$49.98 Sunglass Hut Oakley
‘Eyepatch 2’ sunglasses $269.95
In Sport Adidas ‘Response’ black
singlet $45 Split shorts $45 The
Athlete’s Foot Brooks ‘DNA’ trance
10 trainers $269.95
FIT N FAST
Fit n Fast have
shared their expert
health and fitness
knowledge to help
solve some of the
most common diet
and exercise myths.
MYTH BUSTED!
DIET AND EXERCISE
MYTH #1
Crunches will get rid of your
belly fat.
Unfortunately you can’t pick and
choose areas where you’d like
to burn fat, it is equally burnt
across your body. In order to burn
fat, you should create a workout
that includes both cardiovascular
and strength training elements.
DIET AND EXERCISE
MYTH #2
Never eat before a workout.
Fuel from food and fluids is required
to provide the energy for your
muscles to work efficiently, even
if you are doing an early morning
workout. Try eating a small meal or
snack one to three hours prior to
exercise. Eat some fruit, yoghurt, or
whole wheat toast.
DIET AND EXERCISE
MYTH #3
Not eating is the best way to
lose weight.
Having a healthy diet with five good
meals per day and moving more will
help you lose weight and maintain
the lean muscle mass needed to boost
metabolism. People often believe the
diet and exercise myth that they must
take drastic measures to lose weight,
such as eating less than 1200 calories
per day, but such diets usually do not
provide adequate fuel for the body
and will slow metabolism.
To improve your health and well
being and learn more about the
range of Fit n Fast exercise programs,
visit Fit n Fast on Level 2.
Rebel Sport Soccer ball $9.99 Oxy
Wear Henleys tee $59.95 Rebel
Sport Nike ‘Air’ sports bag $69.99
Big W Shake weight $39.84
HEALTHY HABITS
THERE’S NO BETTER TIME TO
START A FITNESS REGIME THAN
SPRING. BE WELL EQUIPPED
TO PERFORM AT YOUR PEAK WITH
THE LATEST WORKOUT APPAREL
AND SPORTING EQUIPMENT.
Target Cyclops ‘Ridge’ 60cm men’s
mountain bike $149 Hennings
Jewellers Lorus gents duo time
100m sports watch $89 King of
Knives ‘Contigo’ green flask $33.95
Rebel Sport Head ‘Discovery’
titanium tennis racquet $129 Tennis
ball $0.99 Priceline Pharmacy Marc
Jacobs ‘Bang’ EDT 50ml $99
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CLASSIC LOOKS WITH FLAIR
BOUDOIR
GREEN WITH ENVY
THE
TRENDS
OVER 150 BEST BUYS
HOMESPUN
A TRIBUTE TO MERINO WOOL IN AUSTRALIA
SECTION HEADER
A TRIBUTE TO JOHN & ELIZABETH MACARTHUR
and the Merino Sheep Industry of Australia
Ice Design blazer in beige
$39.95 Ally Fashion fur trim
cable knit vest $34.99, knit jumper
in beige $34.99 Vakko Wish
‘Daphne’ dress $159.95 Sheriton
Shoes Siren ‘Dreaming’ black
suede knee high boots $139.95
Valleygirl orange spot scarf
$14.95 R.M.Williams ‘Waitpinga’
tan leather buckle belt $89.95
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HEADER
Australia is renowned for producing and
exporting the world’s highest quality woollen fibre;
Merino Wool – an achievement owing to the
hard work of John and Elizabeth Macarthur who
pioneered the Australian Wool Industry, right
here in the Macarthur area. In 1793, only three
years after migrating from England to Australia,
the Governor of New South Wales gave
John Macarthur his first 100 acres of land, which
he successfully cultivated. In 1796 John
purchased his first Merino sheep, eventually
growing his flock to over 4,000, resulting in
international sales and the start of the Australian
Wool Industry we know today. This winter the
Macarthur family’s legacy lives on in the local
area and in the chic woollen pieces that form
the foundation of the perfect 2012 winter wardrobe;
think cosy knits, tailored trousers and jackets
with warm scarves.
Photographs by NICK SCOTT
Styled by SARAH BONETT
Female model BRITT/Vivien’s
Female model AVRIL/Vivien’s
Shot on location at BELGENNY FARM
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1. Sheriton Shoes Tony Bianco
‘Darley’ black buckle boot $189.95
2. Big W Emerson ‘Escape’ tan
lace-up boot $28.96 3. Brooklyn
Boutique PeepToe Shoes ‘Miss
Trance’ beige suede boot $310.00
4. Spend-less Shoes ‘Avenge’
black Cuban heel boot $49.95
5. Betts ‘Impression’ chocolate
heeled boot $89.99 6. Rubi Shoes
‘Lucinda’ leopard wedge boot
$49.95 7. Valleygirl open toe lace
boot $19.95 8. Payless Shoes
New Look ‘Ava’ black suede boot
$69.95 9. Payless Shoes ‘Zarah’
high boot with tassel $79.95
10. R.M.Williams ‘Fieldmaster’
boot in black and tan $1,485.00
11. Williams Lipstik ‘Reply’
beige leather boot $89.99
12. Betts ‘Cuba’ corduroy
lace-up wedge $89.99
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:The Highs & the Lows
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From the short and chic ankle boot to the bold knee-length kind,
there is no doubt these boots were made for walking! Strong
design features like buckles, tassels and leopard print add another
dimension to your look while neutral, go-with-everything colours
will ensure they won’t date easily.
ACCESSORIES
SPARKLE
&SHINE
:Key
NO OUTFIT IS COMPLETE WITHOUT THE
PERFECT FINISHING TOUCHES. A HEAVILY
EMBELLISHED CLUTCH, GRAPHIC CUFF
AND A DAINTY BELT WILL EASILY
Essentials
UPDATE WARDROBE FAVOURITES OR GIVE
A NEW OUTFIT SOME EXTRA PIZZAZZ.
Colette Accessories ‘Scarlet’ square enamel cuff $8.95 Dotti jewel cuff $19.95 Equip enamel zigzag cuff $16.99 Diva gold owl cuff $16.99
Sportsgirl ‘Lizzy’ colour block envelope clutch $39.95 David Jones Tony Bianco ‘Jilly’ two tone clutch in dark purple $79.95 Sportsgirl ‘Sarah’ oversized clutch in hot pink $34.95
Big W ‘Emerson’ plait orange/blue belt $9.94 SHEIKE ‘True Love’ leather belt $39.95 Sportsgirl multi coloured belt $29.95 Dotti black bow belt $15.95
GO FOR
GOLD
DETAIL
David Jones Mimco small ‘Decadence’ envelope clutch in shiraz $149.00 Colette Accessories stud front clutch $49.50 David Jones Olga Berg hand beaded satin clutch in black $99.95
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Oxywear ‘Mullers’ slimfit
suit $349.00 R.M.Williams
‘Karook’ red check shirt
$120.00 City Beach Jacks
‘Shuffle’ two-tone sneaker
$59.99 Jay Jays brim stripe
trilby $15.00 Oxywear
reversible leather belt $39.00
Forcast ‘Kylie’ pleat jacket
in white $69.95, ‘Sam’ faux fur
gilet $44.95 Jacqui E beige
floral dress $89.95 Sheriton
Shoes Diavola by Robert
Robert ‘Addict’ grey suede
boot $169.95 OPSM Bulgari
stone sunglasses $650.00
Forcast ‘Yasmin’ bow top
gloves in red $14.95 Sportsgirl
cable knit socks $9.95
RIGHT
Jacqui E camel wool blazer
$149.95, black floral dress
$99.95 Betts ‘Preppy’ red
pointy heels $89.99 Forcast
‘Ebony’ bow gloves in black
$14.95 Diva black
and gold earrings $12.99
Watch Works ladies’
gold chain watch $20.00
SHEIKE ‘Ray of Light’ belt in
mulberry $19.95
R.M.Williams ‘Albert Hill’
check shirt $120.00 Jay Jays
black v-neck tee $12.00
General Pants Co St&ard
rust coloured chinos $99.95
R.M.Williams ‘Bradvale’
chocolate suede boots $300.00
Lowes black braces $19.95
Photographs by NICK SCOTT
Styled by SARAH BONETT
Male model MATT/Vivien’s
Female model HELLANA/Vivien’s
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JEWELLERY
COLOUREDSTONES
Prouds The Jewellers 9ct diamond
and created emerald ring $699.00
Hennings Jewellers 18ct yellow
sapphire and diamond ring $8,199.00
Prouds The Jewellers 9ct diamond
and amethyst ring $699
WHITE &PLATINUM
Gattea Jewellers platinum brilliant
diamond millgrain ring from
$11,860.00 Hennings Jewellers 1.1ct
of diamonds in 18ct white gold ring
$4,999.00 Gattea Jewellers platinum
princess solitaire ring from $2,960.00
YELLOW GOLD
Bevilles Jewellers solitaire diamond
trilogy ring $4,299.00 Pandora
Love Pod yellow gold ring with pave
diamonds $1,499.00 Prouds The
Jewellers 9ct diamond ring $1,199.00
I DO
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Eternity
Betrothal rings, or engagement rings as we now know them, were
first used during Roman times and not reintroduced to the Western
world until 13th century. In fact, the Archduke Maximilian of
Austria’s proposal to Mary of Burgundy in 1477 is believed to be the
first noted use of a diamond ring to signify engagement – a tradition
still alive today. These days we are so spoilt for choice, with brilliant
stones, classic gold or platinum, all perfect ways to forever mark a
momentous occasion.
HOME
MODERN
BOUDOIR
:Green with
Envy
hs home ‘Regal’ frame $9.05 Dusk ‘Zen’ 3 tealight
tray set $29.99 Whisk & Spoon S&P ‘Gallery’ vase $34.95
hs home AIBI Hankerch vase $41.95 King of Knives
anti-slip bamboo cutting board $29.95, three piece cheese
knife set $9.95 hs home ‘Nova’ servingware platter
$34.96, ‘Artcraft’ hi-ball glass $9.95 Bevilles Jewellers
‘Alfresco’ four piece sauce set $14.95
MyHouse classic leopard cushion $39.95 throw
$99.95 Whisk & Spoon Glasshouse ‘Montego Bay’
candle $16.95 Howards Storage World lotion
dispenser $19.95 Adairs Mercer + Reid ‘Aroma
Wash’ laundry detergent $19.95 Big W Mira ‘Alex’
green lamp $19.98 Bed Bath N’ Table Morgan
& Finch ‘Hummingbird’ cushion $39.95, ‘Magnolia
Pavilion’ single quilt cover $89.95
Bevilles Jewellers four piece floral tea cup
set $29.99 Specsavers Alex Perry single
vision lenses 2 from $199.00 David Jones
selection of books from $39.99
LIFE JUST GOT A WHOLE LOT
BRIGHTER AS VIVID GREEN MAKES
ITS WAY OFF THE CATWALK AND INTO
THE HOME. ADD A TOUCH OF THIS
OH-SO-NOW TONE TO YOUR LAIR WITH
GREAT DECORATING ITEMS LIKE
PRINTED CUSHIONS, RETRO GLASS
VASES, A DECADENT CANDLE
OR A STANDOUT LAMPSHADE.
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