Wearing: Acne jumper dress from, Zara pants and heels, Michael Kors watch, Le Specs sunglasses and Jacquie Aiche ring. If I could I would wear a version of this mint colour every day of my life. It is surprisingly functional and somehow puts out a positive spring vibe. Even in the form of an oversized knit in the middle of winter here in New York. With the original intention of being a dress failing due to my height, it is the most refreshing option in my sea of knits suitcase. Photos by Margaret Zhang


Wearing: Michael Lo Sordo dress, vintage YSL handbag, Zara heels, Uniqlo thermal tights. Last Sunday evening was the 2012 Bloglovin’ Awards here in New York, where it was surreal to be in a ballroom full of those you presume you already know regards to the internet. It was amazing to be able to meet everyone and get to know them personally, seeing just how original and different each personality is rather than assuming from their blogs. Thank you so much to everyone for the support and votes the last few weeks, I know just how blessed I am to have been nominated at all! Being the only Australian nominated I decided to represent Aussies a little further, wearing this amazing …
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Fancy Pants

Wearing: Rag and Bone jeans, Camilla and Marc top, Zara blazer, Tony Bianco boots, 3.1 Phillip Lim handbag, Michael Kors watch. It seems I’m not the only one who loves these colourful and erratic Surfer Knit print jeans by Rag and Bone spotting at least two others walking the streets. I met the beautiful Tamu by chance that we wearing the same pair worn in such different ways but both with a slice of yellow. NYFW has well and truly begun, with attempting to dash between shows proving more of a constant battle of myself VS New York taxi cabs. Unfortunately I’ve missed a couple of shows, but finished last night on a high thanks to Helmut Lang and Suno. Tomorrow night is the …
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Wearing: Friend Of Mine dress, Zara coat and heels, Marcs clutch and friends vintage heirloom ring. It feels that all I ever do is stock up on adaptable, shell tops or dresses with original quirks. This bright red smock was transformed thanks to the sleek and sly cut out elbow slits. Definitely not the most practical in winter, but small risks are necessary not only for fun but as I am struggling with stretching the contents of my light luggage this week.  The Manhattan Vintage Fair is on this weekend and I cannot wait for the overdue rummage. If anyone has any more shopping recommendations for New York I would genuinely appreciate it, as my ventures haven’t been as successful as …
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