The ultimate lesson in clashing prints; a Hawaiian shirt by Stella McCartney and a digital print skirt by Peter Pilotto. Yasmin Sewell is easily one of Australia’s most stylish woman, she never fails to pull together outfits which are as unique as they are effortlessly cool. Girl crush for sure.

Back Alley Chanel

Ray-Ban Wayfarers, Vintage trench, ‘Chanel’ tee, Claude Maus jeans, Benah wallet, Nixon watch, Alexander Wang loafers

Not a fan of fakes, but the blatant logo print is so shameless; it really couldn’t be further from everything that Chanel represents. I picked up the trench in New Zealand last year for less than $10 – it’s pretty massive, but I kind of like it that way. So slouchy and comfortable; it’s like a more relaxed alternative to the classic, tailored trench.

I can’t even tell you how great the second-hand stores are back home – they put Sydney (and Melbourne) to shame. Everything is slightly musty and has shoulder pads, but it’s ridiculously cheap and authentic. Nothing beats finding an incredible piece amongst the racks of discarded woolen jumpers and matching pant suits. Second hand store triumphs are the best.


Holly Garber, Director of Golightly PR in Sydney embracing the sport-luxe trend in her Miu Miu cap and Proenza Schouler sandals. I like that Holly injected just the right amount of sportiness into her look, no need to take the trend too literally. And her Acne leather jacket is the best cut; slightly boxy, a little over-sized and the perfect length.


Christine Centenera, who has pretty much become the Australian poster girl for street style looking as slick as ever. Her Alaia thigh high boots are the kind of piece few could pull off, but Christine is obviously one of them. I love the striking black and white combo of her Balenciaga Skirt and Dion Lee shirt – both are such amazing shapes yet don’t compete with each other for attention. Christine’s style definitely gets the fan girls going, and I’m not going to lie, I can’t help but be one of them. Her endless wardrobe of structured pieces and killer shoes are just too good!