Tuesday, 31 December 2013


Keepsake dress, Asos sweater, Tony Bianco boots

I apologise for my silence. 2013 has been a big year that has come and gone more quickly than I could've ever imagined. I had the privilege of heading up to Sydney for MBFWA, meeting countless young designers and creatives along the way, and working with some of my most loved labels around Australia. I (unfortunately) also owe the inconsistency of this blog to ANON. - a musical venture that both myself and my dedicated photographer co-founded and where we take on very different roles as pianist and violinist, with big dreams of involving young designers, artists and other creatives within our performance projects. 

Almost 3 weeks ago now I hopped on a plane the day after our last performance for the longest plane ride of my life. 30-odd hours later and we were in sub-zero temperatures of the most exciting place on earth, New York City. It was unreal seeing some of the biggest landmarks that you've only ever seen in movies. It was a place so culturally diverse and historically vibrant. It was also there that I realised there was a different between 'snowing' and 'freezing rain'. 

But more on that later. We visited the Guggenheim Museum on the weekend NYC had a freak bout of warmer weather. And I needed a day off from being bundled within layers of Uniqlo Heat Techs and 60% Wool Coats. So out came the one and only dress I brought along with me on this trip. Also, turtlenecks. The next big thing in Winter dressing.

Happy New Year everyone! 

Photography by Thomas Lo
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Monday, 9 December 2013


Top: lace dress by Melati de Jong, top and sheer skirt by Kara Liu

MY GREATEST APOLOGIES for leaving this space untouched. It has been a whirlwind of rehearsals, meetings, more rehearsals, brainstorming, and running around behind the scenes getting everything organised for ANON.'s second concert at the wonderfully Melbournian fortyfivedownstairs tomorrow evening! I don't know why I haven't shared all that we do on this space any earlier than tonight, but here you get a peek of an up-and-coming creative group that promises 'Classical Music, not as you know it'. What you see above is our campaign shoot, featuring a couple of very talented recent fashion design graduates from around Melbourne, whom I've had the pleasure of meeting and viewing their work! This concert also sees an exciting collaboration and features a short fashion film (4th and 6th image above), that will be screened to us playing live in performance. Here's a little sneaky preview to tantalise you :) and just while I'm at it.. we made it on the Sunday Herald Sun! Always a little surreal to see yourself in print, especially in the papers! 

If you are in Melbourne and are the slightest intrigued at all, we'd love to see you there tomorrow night - full deets right here. 

Oh, I'd also really love to hear any thoughts, comments, and collaborative ideas and of you guys might have x

Photography by Eric Trinh and myself
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