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What I Wore: City Nights

9th February, 2021

The opportunity to get all dressed up is one of those things I’ll never take for granted again after last year. There’s always something so special and thrilling about being able to wear a beautiful dress and get dolled up for a night on the town. The LWD (little white dress) is quickly rivalling the LBD as my go-to option for a dressy outfit and this beauty by Maticevski is all kinds of dreamy. I love the feminine silhouette with the beautiful peplum and off-the-shoulder neckline—it’s the intricate finishes that really elevate this dress.

For such a detail-filled dress, I knew that my accessories would have to be streamlined and unfussy. I went for black Bottega Veneta shoes for a monochrome colour palette, while adding a on trend touch to my ensemble. I was lucky to wear some stunning pieces by Chaumet. I added an elegant layered pearl necklace and a stack of bangles and statement ring to finish off this crisp white look, for a night on the town.

Credits: Dress, Maticevski; Shoes, Bottega Veneta; Jewellery, Chaumet

Photography: Sophia Athas

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What I Wore: Dior Sydney event

12th September, 2020

It’s me! At an event! It’s been awhile so it was nice to be out and about at a a function. Given we’ve just welcomed spring I wanted to wear a lighter, fresher look so this crisp white dress by Toni Maticevski was the ideal option. The mini style combined with the oversized statement ruffles was just the right amalgamation of feminine silhouette with playful touches. Also I’m a fan of a little white dress for event dressing as it evokes such an elegant feel.

Handy tip: barely there clear heels are great for elongating the frame. These Seed mules do just that. The transparent strap creates the illusion of length which earns major ticks. Plus they’re such a comfy shoe so they’re great for being out and about. To finish off this look, it just had to be Dior. I went for a ladylike blush pink Dior top handle bag, which added a subtle hit of colour. Plus the soft hue is just the right shade to not disrupt the clean lines of the rest of my ensemble. And who can resist such a pretty shade of pink?

Credits: Dress, Toni Maticevski; Shoes, See; Bag, Dior


What I Wore: Black Magic

8th October, 2019

I recently had the opportunity to shoot in the most picturesque of locations at the Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley located in Sydney’s Blue Mountains. The surrounds are simply spectacular. Nestled amongst mountains and lush green valleys, it provided the perfect backdrop and I knew I wanted to do a shoot wearing something with just the right amount of drama to work against the natural and raw surroundings.

Enter this black Toni Maticevski gown. The construction is simply beautiful. With its cascading ruffle, the deep V in the back, coupled with an off the shoulder neckline, it had all the theatre I was after.

With such a dress as the focal point of this look I knew I needed to keep the rest of my outfit simple. I opted for a sleek pair of Gianvito Rossi heels. Minimalist and the perfect complementary piece for a statement gown.

Photography by Sophia Athas

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Gown: Supernova Gown, Toni Maticevski

Shoes: Farrah, Giuseppe Zanotti

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What I Wore: Fancy Frills

12th March, 2019

 When you have a standout blouse to work with it pays to keep the rest of your look quite pared back, such was the case with this ensemble. The Macgraw top, with its frilled bib and sleeves is the centre piece of this outfit so I opted for simple white Maticevski pants. The colour picked up the tones in the blouse without competing for attention.

As far as my accessories went it was an obvious choice to go with all neutrals. A simple pair of pointed beige Christian Louboutin shoes and a beige Fendi clutch were the ideal complementary pieces to this ensemble. Simple and elegant whilst still providing the perfect backdrop to allow the top to shine.

Credits: Top, Macgraw (not out yet); Pants (in black), Maticevski; Bag, Fendi; Sunglasses, Chloe; Shoes, Christian Louboutin

Photography: Danielle Castano

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What I Wore: Melbourne Cup Carnival Launch

1st November, 2018

This week I was excited to attend the launch of the 2018 Melbourne Cup Carnival at Flemington. I was also there in my role as a Lexus ambassador so wanted a look that was sophisticated and classic, in keeping with the look and feel of the day. The perfect outfit came in the form of a monochrome, graphic print Maticevski top and skirt. The overall silhouette was elegant with interesting touches in the form of the cap sleeves and fitted bodice on the top and peplum on the pencil skirt.

As my outfit already had a few focal points I didn’t want to overdo it in the millinery department so I opted for a gorgeous oversized bow with tulle detail. I love outfits that have a standout feature at the back and this headpiece definitely fit the brief. It was also a departure from the headpieces I’ve worn of late so it was great to be able to try something a little different. In keeping with the black and white theme I decided on my favourite Alaïa shoes as the final finishing touch.

Credits: Top & Skirt, Maticevski; Shoes, Alaia; Headpiece, Jill & Jack Millinery

Photography: Danielle Castano


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What I Wore: Sport Australia Hall of Fame Awards

13th October, 2018

Earlier this week I flew down to Melbourne with my family to watch my mum be inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame. Attending the 34th Sport Australia Hall of Fame Annual Induction and Awards Gala Dinner was a truly special occasion for us all, most especially for Mum. For such an event I wanted to wear something a little bit different, something with a strong silhouette, and the moment I saw this look by Maticevski I couldn’t see myself wearing anything else.

I usually tend to go for dresses for big events so it was great to be able to venture out of my comfort zone. This top is a showstopper—the one shoulder neckline, the subtle architectural ruffle and the incredible train all made it perfect for the occasion. The soft blush colour also worked beautifully with the white tailored pants and had a really strong, yet feminine vibe to it.

My outfit’s colour palette was quite soft, so I knew I needed to keep the theme going throughout the rest of the look, as anything too bold would have been a little bit jarring. This gorgeous clutch by Farrah and Sloane had just the right aesthetic. I loved the fringing and also the bangle handle, and the style held its own against my outfit without taking anything away from it. A pair of classic neutral Christian Louboutin pumps was the ideal shoe and worked well with the rest of the colours of my ensemble.

It’s always so fun to be able to get dressed up for events and wear gorgeous things, but this look will remain particularly special to me because of the occasion I wore it to. What an honour it was to watch my mum’s hard work and achievements celebrated on such a grand scale, I can’t think of a person more deserving of it.

Credits: Pants and top, Maticevski (available in select stores next month); Shoes, Christian Louboutin; Bag, Farrah and Sloane

Photography: Danielle Castano


MBFWA: my fave shows

27th April, 2015


The beautiful Toni Maticevski show

So many shows, so many clothes, so many trends! Fashion Week is always a great place for a little fashion inspiration. It’s an even better way to compile a very lengthy shopping list! There were a whole lot of shows during the week, but these were my favourites…

Toni Maticevski

My favourite by far. It was just breathtakingly beautiful and I loved every piece in the collection. The production was incredible, the styling was beautiful and it was just a really gorgeous show.


I loved Ellery. It was a really great show to kick off the week and I love all her designs. Having Gemma Ward open the whole show also really created a lot of buzz. She’s a favourite in fashion circles and to have her open Australian Fashion Week was pretty special.

Bec and Bridge

I’ve known the Bec and Bridge girls for many years and I’ve always loved what they do as they always create really wearable pieces. Even though the show was held at Carriageworks (where MBFWA is based), it was still offsite in this big open space and the whole show just had a bit of wow factor.

Manning Cartell

I thought this show was great. Loads of 70s inspired pieces to fall in love with and I walked away with a favourite or two (maybe three!).

Bianca Spender

Bianca Spender just knows how to make clothes that have me falling in love with them immediately. I was mentally marking some pieces as I saw them coming down the runway and was adding them to my shopping list.


Bianca Spender


Bianca Spender


Manning Cartell


Manning Cartell


Manning Cartell