As you might have seen we have spent the last few weeks painting a Wanderlust mural down at the fabulous Carousel store in Bondi with our talented bestie Salleigh. We’ve had so much fun with early mornings watching the sunrise and Bondi come alive whilst splashing paint and eating icecream for brekkie. Yesterday the lovely Jess and the girls from Carousel organised a VIP party to unveil the wall and celebrate in style! We had a great night with wine, laughter, shopping, art, goodie bags and great pizza from Mad Pizza. Thank’s to all our friends and followers who came down and a big fat thank you to Jen at Stories by Jen for stunning photography making the night ever lasting! xxx
Adorable things can be found in old suitcases… Like sexy legs and vintage Wanderlust adventures. Pic from one of our favourite photo shoots with our beautiful friend @nikki_kinner and Ash’s grandmother’s old suitcase. Vintage love! Pg 136 – Swept away by WANDERLUST.
Ticked one item off Hanna’s bucketlist #11-tick. Rawfood buffet with the girls! Six chefs-six dishes!
We had a crazy and beautiful night getting colourful and creative. All was delicious! Nom nom nom…..
A beautiful watch. Check out this awesome short film that we helped our good friend Marcus O’Brien shoot the other week @Tamarama. Marcus is just such an amazing talent, his work just captivates you! Below is also the behind the scenes explaining a bit more of the finished product which is absolutely stunning. Can you spot Axel in there?
Click on image below to see the’Morning Ritual” video.
Click on image below to see behind the scenes video.
We found this beautiful wishing tree by the legendary Yoko Ono at MCA Sydney today. What’s your wish?
Just if we could write even a quater in which she wrote.
The oldest women at age 89 to win the Nobel Prize for literature. Sadly this amazing life and artist passed away on the 17th November 2013. Doris made a massive impact on the literary world and has left us with her beautiful foot prints. From ground breaking novels to memoir and science fiction, if your looking for your next book, then celebrate her life, because your life won’t be complete until you have read a Dorris Lessing novel. The Golden Notebok a favourite.
The Golden Notebook (1962)
This account of the fractured lives of British women after the war has been hailed as a feminist masterpiece. Framed by a third-person story of a writer, Anna Wulf, and her friend Molly, the novel weaves together four of Anna’s notebooks which mirror the different strands of her life – Africa, the Communist Party, a doomed love affair and her journal – to arrive at a fifth , The Golden Notebook, which binds them all together. The Swedish Academy called it one of a “handful of books that informed the 20th-century view of the male-female relationship”. Lessing herself, typically, was less enamoured with the book’s reception, complaining that it had become an “albatross” after critics focused almost exclusively on the feminist aspects of the novel, failing to engage with the novel’s scope and structure.
The beautiful creative soul, Salleigh Olsen completely swept away nine of her closest people! Last night we celebrated the new works ‘The Faces of You’ by our gorgeous friend Salleigh Olsen at the Sallerno Gallery, Glebe (Sydney). When I walked into the gallery I was completely heartfelt and speechless. This gorgeous artist was standing in the middle of the floor shinning like the bright star she is in a long elegant yellow dress, surrounded by her new work, where by our surprise she used all her close friends as seperate muse’s.
As each one of us who had a special painting dedicated walked in the door we were absolutely overwhelmed. It was a beautiful night. Great crowd with lots of fun posing and dancing in front of our paintings, then celebrating even more after! Unfortunately, as Hanna is in Perth she couldn’t make it, but her flowers and spirit sure did! We are both just so honored to know and be part of such a beautiful persons life. Salleigh’s exhibition is on for 2 weeks at the Salerno Gallery, so if your in Sydney don’t miss this amazing artist’s work or you can check her work out online.