It’s been a little while since our week in Sydney and now that I’ve had time to unpack and relax a little bit (read: lay on the couch and stare at the ceiling), it’s time to review our week. At times, it was eventful and at other times it was dull – we favoured staying in and falling asleep at 7pm over wild nights – but overall, it was an inspiring, skill-building and friend-finding kind of week.
18 July 2011
nd stallholders,one of the highlights of my day was the vegetarian samosas and naan bread from Siana! The abundance of massively reduced price Sass & Bide, Shakuhachi and See by Chloé was also very pleasing. Images courtesy of The Diva's Wardobe.
16 July 2011
Tomorrow morning I will in the Valley nice and early to help out at The Diva's Wardrobe; as stylists, buyers and other fashion industry types will be preparing to sell their wares.
The last time I worked at the event I seriously deliberated emptying my entire savings account, but thankfully I picked up a dirt cheap Diane von Furstenberg camel trench coat and halted my spending at that. The event is being held at Siana (512 Wickham Street) in the Valley, opening at midday. Come and visit!
With super stylists Lucia and Christina at the last Diva's Wardrobe.
13 July 2011
Luckily for us, our budget hotel room was the only low light of our week in Sydney; which was vastly improved by luxuries such as Surry Hills shopping, tofu and egg noodles, fashion illustration, churro rolls, American Apparel, bad karaoke, friendly bartenders and a vintage store called Shag. The Whitehouse campus was architecturally beautiful, filled with natural light and vibrant student displays, while the course content was equally inspiring. A full post on our week will be posted shortly, as soon as the rolls of film are developed and scanned.