Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Sydney Film Festival Closing Night Gala 2016

TRENCH COAT: Maurie & Eve  |  SHORTS: Maurie & Eve  |  TEE: Nude Lucy via Glue Store  |  HEELS: Boohoo

Y'all know I can never resist a matching set! I wore this super cute gingham look to the Sydney Film Festival Closing Night Gala, braving wind, rain, and the stone-faced Australian film industry crowd. I took my girl Caitlin and we had an excellent time, watching deserving filmmakers receive awards, followed by the premiere of Love and Friendship, starring Kate Beckinsale and Chloe Sevigny. It is an hilarious ye olde soap opera, which I highly recommend! I'm now off to frantically learn lines for a last-minute audition, as usual... Wish me luck!

April xx

Saturday, 4 June 2016

I wore what

TOP: Suboo  |  TROUSERS: Suboo  |  SLIDES: River Island (similar HERE)  |  HANDBAG: Louis Vuitton

Ayo girl, thanks for stopping by! The temperature here in Sydney has dropped so suddenly that I've been lurched into that "what on earth did I wear last winter" mode, resorting this week to this super comfy top and trousers set, which could almost pass for pajamas. Hey, I ought to wear these babies on my next long-haul flight!

April xx

Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Shadows premiere

TEE: IRO  |  JACKET: IRO  |  TROUSERS: IRO  |  HEELS: Boohoo (similar HERE)

Turtle Power! Nostalgia was at an all time high at Sunday night's Australian premiere of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Shadows, which was also attended by the film's stars Will Arnett and Stephen Amell. I was actually in the running for Megan Fox's role of April O'Neil in the film franchise (come on, I've already got the name down!), so never ended up watching the entire first movie... But I absolutely loved this installment and am planning to go back and check out the first one soon!

April xx

Sunday, 22 May 2016

MBFWA 2016: day six

TOP: LIFEwithBIRD  |  PANTS: LIFEwithBird  |  SHOES: Mimco (similar HERE)

And so, Fashion Week draws to a close for another year! I attended the final show of the week, Oscar De La Renta (yeah I don't know why he showed in Australia either, but I'm not complaining), followed by the after party at a foyer in the Sydney Opera House. It was a little less laid-back/raucous than those I've witnessed in previous years, and inexplicably devoid of seating, despite the fact that it was attended almost exclusively by women who had spent the past six days standing in high heels. 
The heels are now well and truly off as I sit here in my Qantas pajama pants, working on a sudden influx of scripts for auditions this week... Wish me luck!

April xx