Sydney Festival

Mo yeah yeah, it’s that time of year! We’re all starting to crawl out of our houses with arms full of presents and slowly, but surely, recover from our food induced coma’s. Christmas has come to an end, but Sydney summer is just beginning, with immense amounts of fun surrounding the streets of Sydney.

Sydney Festival is fast approaching and I highly recommend you schedule in some of the amazing culture that is on offer in between your backyard BBQs, beach parties and booming hangovers – from the 9th to the 30th of January. Even if you just frolic in the fancy free first night and take advantage of the continuing free festivities, there is surely something that will tickle your fancy. Sign up for updates here and i’ll see you there Sydneysiders. Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year. x

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I’m not…

Tuchuzy when it comes to SALE time. Just a few blocks down from their Gould St home @ 165 Glenayr Ave, Bondi Beach, is their summer sale store with 70% off store wide you are bound to find the perfect xmas gift (for yourself of course). Anna and Boy, Bassike, Cheap Monday, American Apparel and loads more for all your guys and gals. It is the party season after all – so why not treat yourself?!

really seriously honestly

What were you doing when you were 13? I think I was probably still taping my boobs like Christina Ricci in Now and Then, riding my bike around the block, scuffing my knees, and playing detective typing games on my Atari 8-bit. But, there’s no way I knew how to blog let alone what a blog does. I certainly wasn’t hanging with Wang, sitting front row NYFW, wearing custom Rodarte, and rapping about Rei Kawakubo because I didn’t actually know who Rei Kawakubo was.

No that’s Tavi, the 13-year old fashion blogger, who makes even the moderately successful Gen Y feel like they should have been doing it 10 years ago. Not only does she have genuine insight into each season, she breaks it up by dancing to Abba in Margiela and making collages of J-Lo with Lady Gaga’s body birthing Kathy Horan. Now she’s collaborating with Borders&Frontiers to make this 100% certified organic cotton spacegirl tee, raising money for the genocide victims in Darfur. You can warm the cockles of your heart AND look good doing it.

Brett is a girl.

Brett is an amazing artist. I stumbled upon her website recently and got lost in her whimsical world,  she really took my breath away. Absolutely Outstanding artwork by a Chicago based artist who likes coffee, chocolate, cats, 1960’s tunes and drawing dream like illustrations that i like a lot.. x

as seen in…

You like it.. they find it..

Tired of seeing something in a magazine and never hunting down the real thing, having to do the sneaky phone call at work to find your nearest stockist? Then this is your one stop shop. If you have seen something that you like recently in a fashion magazine… chances are you will find where to get it here at ‘as seen in‘. A well executed, user friendly site and just an all round, handy shopping experience…

Me lovesies muchies. x

Concrete Playground

The fine young lads from Concrete Playground are launching their new online guide to Sydney’s what’s on, what’s cool, what’s art, what’s hip and what is sooo now – this Wednesday night in Waterloo. Your one stop shop to keep you in the loop with the rad kids of Syd. To kick it off, here is the invite with the deets.

They are expecting around 400 people so it will be an awesome night with music + art. Shoot Fogs an email with names to rsvp@unopr.com.au.