The first time I knew of the name, “Lindy Klim” was when I brought a range of her Milk & Co baby products for my friend’s baby shower gift. I remembered studying the beautiful packaging, reading the natural ingredients and thought, “what a clever idea”. Fast forward 7 years later, I never thought I’ll be in the same room with Lindy Klim, let alone shooting her on Valentines Day!
Working with Lindy Klim was effortless. We were like-minded in every way, with styling and the shots to be taken. She was upbeat and energetic, and great fun to be around with. It’s not often that I get to hang out with celebrities who are incredibly down-to-earth, and gets the job done.
Thank you Lindy, Tres Dalla (make-up) and Resta Vie (hair) and Claire (assistant) for such an AMAZING day xxx
As we all anticipated, the weather on Melbourne Cup Day was mixed with sun rays and rain, but this did not dampen the mood of any Race goers. This time, I visited a few Marquees and roamed around the Birdcage capturing the fashion as the day went by, and I couldn’t be more happier to snap up some pretty amazing fashion.
Once again, Gucci as worn by Kate Waterhouse, and Nadia Fairfax; and Dolce & Gabana as worn by Lindy Klim and Viktoria Novak dominated the streets. Jennifer Hawkins made a red hot appearance in Misha Collection.
Enjoy the street style highlights and I’ll see you tomorrow for Oak’s Day!
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This was how my day 3 street style panned out … pre and post one of the greatest runway shows of the week, Toni Maticevski. Stay tuned for my next post dedicated to Toni Maticevski. Happy Sunday reading and chilling x
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It was my first time going to the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival, and what better way to experience it with my dear friend and style blogger, Jess Dempsey from What Would Karl Do. It was what I had always anticipated – Celebrity guests (Jennifer Hawkins, Alex Perry, Michael and Lindy Klim, Miss World Australia Courtney Thorp, Neil Perry, Neiman Marcus, Kerry-Anne Kennerley, Margherita Maccapani Missoni), style bloggers (Nicole Warne, Nadia Bartel, Margaret Zhang, Phoebe Montague, Cecylia Kee, Sanchia Peterson), horseracing and fashion. It wasn’t so much about the horses, but what headpiece and outfits the ladies were trending. Today was Derby Day – all to do with black and white. This year’s outfits were a mix of sophistication, texture, mesh, cut outs, patterns and wide leg pants! Headpieces were becoming more like delicate metal head bands or 3d graphical cut outs (famously designed by the clever lady, Danica Erard from Demillinery) than the traditional over-sized hat.
Lastly I would like to thank Lexus Australia, Lavazza Australia and Emirates for giving me the pleasure of experiencing your amazing hospitality and inviting me to snap all the fashionable action in the marquees. Stay tuned as I will be rolling out the content per marquee in the next few days, but for now enjoy my sneaky peeks.
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