Dior at the NGV

The House of Dior: Seventy Years of Haute Couture is currently running at the National Gallery of Victoria. The exclusive exhibition features more than 140 garments designed between 1947 and 2017. These include Christian Dior's own designs, as well as the work of Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons and Maria... Continue Reading →

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flourishing

I am not a person, or a personality. I am a mixture of many influences that have infiltrated my being through every sense. I am the music that I listen to late at night, in the dark, under sheets. I am the art that I study, the colours and the textures and the atmosphere evoked.... Continue Reading →

living through a screen

The crowd buzzes softly, waiting. The air is thick with excitement, brimming with anticipation. The lights finally dim and everyone stretches their necks towards the stage. Screams, whistles and a heavy push forward signal the entrance of the band. Within seconds everyone is moving to the beat, smiling up at the stage and basking in... Continue Reading →

the liberating luncheon

There is something wonderfully empowering about doing things on your own. It is the kind of feeling you get after cutting off your hair, or reaching a long-term goal. This morning, after various blood tests and doctor appointments, I discovered that I am not dying (as Google had me believe). This was obviously fantastic news.... Continue Reading →

my tattoos

Today I thought I'd give you a peek at my tattoos. I only have two, but I plan on getting several more in the future.   The moon was tattooed in February 2016 at 8th Street Tattoo in Mildura. It was quite spontaneous. A group of friends and I went to Mildura for a girls... Continue Reading →

Phillip Island

My friend and I recently made a spontaneous day trip to Phillip Island. The gorgeous island lies about two hours south of Melbourne, and is a popular tourist destination in the warmer months. The island was surprisingly quiet for my visit. While driving around the island, the cool scenery reminded me of those lovely little... Continue Reading →

Cactus Country

I recently ventured to Mexico with my friend, Georgia. Just kidding. We visited Cactus Country, a huge cactus garden located just a few hours away from Melbourne, in Strathmerton. The 10-acre dreamland is home to over 10 thousand species of succulent and cactus. There are also many gorgeous murals amongst the plants. Georgia and I explored... Continue Reading →

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