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Posts tagged with ‘Australia’

  • Ajak Deng for Vogue Australia

    By admin on April 2, 2014
    Ajak Deng graces the cover of Miss Vogue Australia for May’s edition. It looks as though she is in The Secret Garden with a scenery full of flowers. Deng’s floral outfits are balanced with edgy leather jackets and bold colors–mixed with soft hues of pink and yellows. Enjoy!
  • Marina Nery for Vogue Australia April 2014

    By admin on March 26, 2014
    The perfectly titled spread “Tomorrow’s Tribe” introduces the National Geographic channel to High Fashion, and together they created this breathtaking editorial spread. Designers took on the challenge to create fashion that doesn’t mock tribal nature but revolve around the beauty and how natural and empowering it is. The details are brought to the spotlight as you see colors and patterns […]
  • Most Beautiful Living Spaces Around the World

    By SP on July 25, 2013
    Caution: The photos below may cause you to book your next retreat sooner than expected. The group of photos are some of the most beautiful living spaces around the world. From America, across Europe, the Caribbean to Australia, these homes and hotels have been designed with impeccable detail. If you’re interested in a paradise getaway or new ideas to remodel […]
  • National Flags Made From Food

    By SP on July 15, 2013
    Each delicious looking flag was created for the Sydney International Food Festival, made out of food associated with that individual country. This creative concept was designed by the advertising agency WHYBIN/TBWA, located in Sydney, Australia. Do you think these countries were represented properly? Enjoy! AUSTRALIA: Meat pie, sauce JAPAN: Tuna & rice ITALY: Basil, pasta, tomatoes INDONESIA: Spicy curries and rice (Sambal) […]
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  • Vivid Art Festival In Sydney, Australia

    By admin on June 4, 2013
    What’s going on down under? Well, Sydney, Australia, is currently celebrating light, music, and ideas with its Vivid Sydney festival. Various light installations and projections color the city bright at night, while musical performances, public talks, and debates take place around the city. See some of the amazing photos below–looks like a lot fun. Enjoy…x
  • Body Crash: We All Play A Part

    By SP on November 5, 2012
    Emma Hack’s incredible body art involving 17 people was a part of the South Australia’s Motor Accident Commission’s anti-speeding campaign with a symbolic message “We all play a part.” Too amazing–had to share and spread the word.  Be sure to check out the video below. Enjoy…x
  • Editorial Spread: Color Me In

    By SP on July 6, 2012
    I should be enjoying LA weather and basking in the sun, though it has been gloomy and chilly in the last couple of days. That’s probably why I fell in love with this Australian magazine editorial spread – in addition to the pairing of bold colors. After all, it’s winter down under. Enoy…xx
  • Mercedes Benz Australia 2012 Fashion Week

    By Michal Upchurch on May 6, 2012
    Last week, a host of designers showcased their S/S 2012/13 collections at Mercedes Benz Australia Fashion Week. After viewing the coverage of MBAFW, there were clearly some favorites.  Here are some of the highlights. Lisa Ho Camilla Ginger & Smart We Are Handsome Talulah
  • Miu Miu Spring 2012 Campaign

    By SP on January 24, 2012
     Miu Miu’s spring 2012 campaign featuring Australian actress Mia Wasikowska (Alice in Wonderland). Besides loving the prints, the color burst is freaking fantastic. Enjoy…xx
  • Topshop Holiday 2011 Collection

    By Michal Upchurch on November 14, 2011
    In honor of  the upcoming holidays (and also Style Pantry’s EOC’s birthday month), we will be showcasing designs that feature glitter, glitz and glam like the TopShop Holiday collection. The assortment of sparkling hot pants, leather studded jackets and faux fur coats featured will be available at the Topshop’s Melbourne, Australia store opening on December 8th. Those of us not in Australia […]