This week we talk to Fairina Cheng, jeweller and owner of Fairina Cheng Contemporary Jewellery, about breaking the rules, love for all, and questioning the status quo.
This week we talk to Marianne Fidel about overcoming her own struggles with self-esteem issues and how that helped her find her own way of empowering women by celebrating their beauty and femininity as a makeup artist.
Sally Irwin restored our faith in humanity when we first interviewed her about her fight for the futures of survivors of modern day slavery in Australia. This week Sally shares her journey, and the challenges she overcame, to found The Freedom Hub. Sally very aptly describes this stylish and ethically run café, wedding and event space as a business for purpose.
Sally Irwin, founder of The Freedom Hub, tells us how she and her army of volunteers are rebuilding the lives of survivors of human trafficking in Australia, and how she’s created an elegant wedding and function venue with serious ethical credentials to support her cause.
As an advocate for sustainable and ethical fashion, also coined as the “slow fashion movement”, we talk to Adam, founder of Can’t Skate Manufacturing Co. about his infatuation for creating timeless leather goods for an often understated group in a wedding: the grooms and groomsmen.
From working with award-winning costume designers to creating bespoke wedding gowns, Caitlyn Elliott talks to us about her journey towards turning the visions of bride-to-be’s into reality, and her deep passion in building trust and genuine connections with each of her brides.
Bespoke wedding stationery designer Vivian Yeung shares her story of independence, growing up in a foreign culture and how her business For the Love of Stationery is literally changing lives.
Jessica Marshall, the artisan behind her own makeup artistry business talks to us about how persistence, her calm nature, and her devotion to following her passion has helped her build her name in the competitive industry of film, television, and bridal makeup.
Wedding dress designer, Jennifer Go, shares with us fond memories of her mother’s talents and how they gave her an appreciation for the art of sewing, handmade garments and bespoke designs.
Loving wife, mother, and passionate baker, Priya Maclure, gives us a glimpse on how the importance of balancing family life with talent and passion paved the way to pursuing her dreams and starting her business – Sugar Pot.
Ambrose, Nabil, and Yen give us the lowdown on how teamwork, collaboration and a unified drive to reach a common goal paved the way for their unique business concept, None Of The Above men’s fashion wear.
Tom and Kate of White Clover Music talk to us about taking chances in life, business and in love, on each other and on yourself.
Twenty-four-year-old florist Clare Harmer, the beautiful soul behind Fleur and Threads, talks to us about her spiritual awakening and her journey to self-awareness and discovery through yoga and meditation.
Daniel Jianing Liu, Hairdresser and Creative Director at Usfin Atelier and International Educator for Kevin Murphy, talks to us about overcoming insecurities, self-confidence and mastery of craft.
Wedding photographer Gabriela Colebrook talks to us about the trials and tribulations, and the magic and joy of pursuing her passion – from burning out to starting up Gabriela Ana Weddings on her own.
From falling in love with her mum’s fashion magazines as a young girl, to starting her own brand Au Revoir Les Filles, designer Teresa Tiong takes us on her journey of story and romance.