Just when you thought the Europe blog posts were done…here’s one last desperate attempt to pretend I’m still on holiday in Europe. The last part of this Europe series is dedicated to two of my favourite things: dressing bizarrely, and techno.Read more "Europe (Part C)"
I’m sure I speak for a lot of people when I say that I pretty much live from one holiday to the next. That’s not to say of course that I don’t love brunching twice-weekly, wearing fluffy slides and doing other fun Melbourne things, but holidays do seem to involve a lot of very […]Read more "MBFWA x Larmont"
This weekend #theboywholivedforclothes and I were lucky enough to visit the Yarra Valley with Epicurean Fine Food and Wine Tours.Read more "An Epicurean Adventure"
Last weekend I jetted off on your very average, very typical family holiday. To a small & secluded coastal town in Western Australia to swim with the largest fish in the world, the whale shark.Read more "Sharky Adventures"
My favourite moments of my New Zealand trip were visiting the Tasman Valley and Milford Sound. Both these areas were formed when giant glaciers, stretching many kilometres long, melted after an ice age. It appears as though I have some sort of innate adoration for glacier-formed structures.Read more "Land of Glaciers – Part 2"
New Zealand is a magical land where the city meets the mountains, lakes are bluer than the sky and traffic lights are replaced with weird roundabouts where people try their hardest to smash into you.Read more "Land of Lakes – Part 1"
I’ve never been one for ‘resolutions’ as such… If you want to do something then why not just do it? The change of one number at the end of a date won’t make anyone love burpees, won’t induce a hatred of deep fried anything, won’t stop wine feeling like it should be consumed by the bottle (it […]Read more "The Anti-Resolutionist’s Resolutions"
While this post is slightly delayed (due to post-20 hour flight extreme exhaustion), London is not a city that can be rushed. With endless markets, shops, landmarks and museums, I could have spent my entire 3.5 months away here and I wouldn’t have gotten bored, even after having been to London five times before. In a city […]Read more "The Effortless City"
Seduction, transformation, allure, status, movement, privilege, royalty, pleasure and pain were all concepts associated with shoes in the ‘Shoes: Pleasure & Pain” exhibition I visited at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. An exploration into the extremes of footwear throughout history and around the globe – what more could I ask for? A decent pair of […]Read more "Pleasure & Pain"
For someone who hates beer, I was pleasantly surprised by the enjoyment I got out of a BEER DRINKING festival.Read more "I’m A Bavarian Girl, In A Bavarian World "