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Andrea’s Love: Healthy Homemade Jellies

Andrea’s Love: Healthy Homemade Jellies

Words by Andrea’s Love   IT’S easy enough to by gummy bears or jubes from the store, however it’s hard to tell what goes into them, especially with their extensive ingredient list. Homemade jellies are a breeze to make, and a pretty impressive treat to give to friends and family. Using all natural ingredients, you […]

Ruby + Prankstar: Passage To New Heights

Ruby + Prankstar: Passage To New Heights

Words by Jo McTavish   THE art of fashion is a craft that is practised globally by many creative individuals. The end results in a collection or series adoring the canvas of the very audience themselves. To many of us this is style, and to the designers their galleria. Shifting a creative focus close to home, […]

Gender Pay Inequality: To Fight Or Not To Fight?

Gender Pay Inequality: To Fight Or Not To Fight?

Words by Jessica Testa ONE of the most memorable moments of this year’s Oscars ceremony was Patricia Arquette’s speech. When she won Best Supporting Actress for Boyhood, she used the opportunity to raise an important issue in our society. “It is our time to have wage equality once and for all and equal rights for […]

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Gender Pay Inequality: To Fight Or Not To Fight?

Gender Pay Inequality: To Fight Or Not To Fight?

Words by Jessica Testa ONE of the most memorable moments of this year’s Oscars ceremony was Patricia Arquette’s speech. When she won Best Supporting Actress for Boyhood, she used the opportunity to raise an important issue in our society. “It is our time to have wage equality once and for all and equal rights for […]

Seriously Though. What The Hell Am I Doing?

Seriously Though. What The Hell Am I Doing?

Words by Matt Huxley WHAT The Hell Am I Doing is the rather brilliant name for the newest entrepreneurship workshop, brought to you by Start Up Creative. Kaylene Langford, founder of Start Up Creative, is the host for the event, and she draws on her wealth of experience in order to deliver a workshop that […]

Do Apple’s New Emoji Promote Diversity Or Racism?

Do Apple’s New Emoji Promote Diversity Or Racism?

 Words by Jessica Testa  HERE’S a development for all of the loyal Apple users out there. In response to user demands, Apple has finally unveiled a new set of Emoji for iOS and OS X. These new emoji are bound by an interesting theme; minority inclusion. They go beyond the traditional prototype of the skin […]

Fashion

Burberry Brings It To London Fashion Week

Burberry Brings It To London Fashion Week

Words by Matt Huxley TODAY British high fashion brand Burberry showed its womenswear A/W15 collection, and damn was it iconic. Entitled Patchwork, Pattern and Prints, the collection brought together the brands global family of talent together for the first time. Burberry icons Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, Naomi Campbell and Jourdan Dunn were all on hand […]

Getting Chilly With Stolen Girlfriends

Getting Chilly With Stolen Girlfriends

Words by Hannah Rabbitt AMONG the countless brands inundating us with their take on winter goodies (YAY) is New Zealand label Stolen Girlfriends Club. With funky designs and on point pieces, SGC has made a name for itself as the king pin of all things edgy. This season the brains behind the sartorial operation, Marc […]

The Latest From Lover

The Latest From Lover

Words by Hannah Rabbitt WELL known for their intricately woven lace and delicious colour palette, Lover is a brand we’ve all grown to, well, love. But this season, the label has turned it up yet another notch and shown us its slightly tougher side. The Autumn/Winter 2015 collection, aptly titled Cobra, is a fresh look […]

Lifestyle

Andrea’s Love: Healthy Homemade Jellies

Andrea’s Love: Healthy Homemade Jellies

Words by Andrea’s Love   IT’S easy enough to by gummy bears or jubes from the store, however it’s hard to tell what goes into them, especially with their extensive ingredient list. Homemade jellies are a breeze to make, and a pretty impressive treat to give to friends and family. Using all natural ingredients, you […]

Review: Mother And Son

Review: Mother And Son

Words by Zen Lim Director: Roger Hodgman Playwright: Geoffrey Antherden Cast: Noeline Brown, Darren Gilshenan, Rob Carlton, Nicki Wendt, Rachael Beck, Robyn Arthur and Sharon Davis Synopsis: Long-suffering second son Arthur (Gilshenan), who has sacrificed so much to care for his mother Maggie (Brown), would just like a few weeks’ holiday with his new flame […]

Interview: Noeline Brown

Interview: Noeline Brown

Words by Zen Lim 50 years and more. Australian icon, Noeline Brown has had an illustrious career which spans across a variety of platforms such as television, radio and theatre. Her most recent appearance was on Dancing with the Stars, where she made it all the way to the semi-finals. However, theatre has held an […]

Film

Special Giveaway: Focus

Special Giveaway: Focus

Words by Jo McTavish IN 2013 the world watched critically acclaimed actor Will Smith in the disappointment that was After Earth. Hitting the actor hard he took two years off to gain “focus” and now he is back in one of 2015′s most anticipated films FOCUS, which looks like it will be no con when it comes to […]

At The MOvies

At The MOvies

Words by Jo McTavish LAUGHING, crying, screaming, jumping, or simply walking out are some of the many reactions that are evoked from the magic of films. Going to the movies is my escape; a way to leave reality behind and just be entertained. As a film buff, any excuse to see, converse, or simply enquire […]

Project Almanac Brings New Meaning To Found Footage

Project Almanac Brings New Meaning To Found Footage

Words by Matt Huxley PROJECT Almanac is the tale of a group of friends who eventually develop a working time machine. Travelling back in time, they start experimenting with the past which goes on to change the course of each of their futures. It really boils down to the question… how far is too far? […]

Art

Ruby + Prankstar: Passage To New Heights

Ruby + Prankstar: Passage To New Heights

Words by Jo McTavish   THE art of fashion is a craft that is practised globally by many creative individuals. The end results in a collection or series adoring the canvas of the very audience themselves. To many of us this is style, and to the designers their galleria. Shifting a creative focus close to home, […]

Move Over Beyoncé, Britt Laspina Will Soon Run The World

Move Over Beyoncé, Britt Laspina Will Soon Run The World

BRITT Laspina is a talented artist, print and textile designer based in Brisbane and can I say she is absolutely gorgeous too? She’s seriously a complete package, and I may be girl crushing a little bit, but it’s hard not to appreciate her incredibly detailed designs, as well as her business ethic. It’s refreshing to […]

The Valley Gets A Makeover Thanks To The Queensland College Of Art

The Valley Gets A Makeover Thanks To The Queensland College Of Art

Words by Michelle Cha THE Valley conjures up many thoughts to some; to those that live and breathe Brisbane (by force not will) The Valley is not somewhere you would go to have a relaxing time. Sure it has some stunning cafes and not to mention Alfred and Constance’s new doughnut joint but usually it’s […]