I love MBFWA because it showcases the extraordinary talent we have here. I also love it because it is one of the few events where the whole industry gets together.
What do you love about MBFWA and how does it compare to international fashion weeks?
I am very excited for sass & bides return to the runway. I have worn sass & bide since my teenage years, so the brand is very close to my heart. I know they will put on an amazing show. I am actually not sure what to expect, but that is the fun part about it!
What are you expecting from the sass & bide show & their return to the MBFWA schedule?
I am actually not a planner. I gather all my favourite pieces from my favourite designers and throw together an outfit the morning of. If I plan an outfit, I swear it never works out. So, I just go with the flow!
How do you plan your week and style for MBFWA?
A typical week of fashion week consists of runway shows, presentations, meetings, a lot of caffeine, a few wines and grabbing whatever food I can on the run. It is go-go-go, but very fun! For energy I always have snacks in my bag, a coffee in my hand and a wine if night.
What’s a typical week for you at fashion week, and how do you keep your energy up?
11AM - Running late from the 10 o-clock show!
2PM - Finishing up at an intimate lunch for a designer.
5PM - Posting images on social from the day whilst hanging at the bar on-site. Wine in hand.
9PM - Sitting down at a dinner event. My feet are enjoying the fact they get a rest.
1AM - Finally getting into bed. 6 more hours and I will be doing it all again.
Object: Niels Moller Rosewood Credenza. Building: Sydney Opera House. Place: Italy. Designer: Pierre Paulin (Furniture Designer).