Banjo Babe: Miriam Adler Posted on 16 Mar 10:43 , 0 comments
This season there is a move toward the cooler and softer side of the color spectrum. An eclectic, ethereal mix of understated brights, pale pastels and nature-like neutrals take center stage. Pastels are hotter than ever — and they're not just for girly girls.
Sarah Ranawake is an accomplished writer, editor, shoot producer and creative consultant with a decade of experience and an impressive magazine pedigree. Throughout her career she has held coveted positions at some of Australia’s leading lifestyle and fashion magazines including InStyle and, most recently, as features director at CLEO and in recent years Sarah has become increasingly passionate about all things health and wellness related.
We're lusting over Travel Accessories at the moment, especially luxe statement accessories with a twist. There's nothing quite like a Cashmere Scarf or Eye Mask to make travelling just a little more luxurious. A Star Scarf used as a wrap around and a pair of Cashmere Pants will feel like heaven on that long haul flight, plus, nothing travels with you quite as easily as Cashmere.
While most of us can make neither head nor tail of the outfits seen on bloggers, fashion journalists, models and buyers heading in to the shows, one thing is for sure - many of the looks will been seen all over the globe as Autumn and Winter set in.
Stunning Bianca Cheah is the founder and creative director of leading digital publication Sporteluxe.com, she's not only a ridiculously beautiful glowing image of wellness but also one of Australia’s most stylish spokespeople for health and fitness.
A gorgeous Banjo edit from a couple of our favourite Aussies Alexandra Spencer from the blog 4th and Bleeker and Lucinda Taffs shot at Sydneys incredibly beautiful Kutti Beach recently. We love these ladies and how they've encapsulated the quintessential Australian Summer vibe in their Banjo.