Article Archive

July 2, 2016

Stepping Up: Australian Ceramics Triennale 2015

30/06/2015 by OutInCanberra

Canberra will be struck with ceramics fever in July, with the arrival of artists from across Australia and around the world converging on the capital. Stepping Up , the 14th Australian Ceramics Triennale, will see the capital flooded with 35 free exhibitions from 9 to 11 July, held at various locations throughout the city and surrounding region for the public to enjoy.


All Gloved Up For Winter

23/06/2015 by Janette Lenk

I love wearing gloves. In fact, when I drive I wear gloves - 'driving gloves’. Who would of thought that you would have to carefully consider what style and fabric to get? Who am I kidding? Just collect them all! You can’t go past a pair of leather gloves. You will never be disappointed and they will last you a lifetime if you take care of them. The styles that we have our hand in are: 1. Leather 2. Biker (Low cut out) 3. Fingerless 4. Knitted 5. Fabric


Leggings are not pants!

15/06/2015 by Styled By Francesca

Time and time again, I see ladies wearing leggings as pants. This is a big NO. Sure, they are comfortable and they are easy… but they are NOT pants. There is a time and a place for leggings, like wearing them to the gym. However, there are gym tights designed for this occasion. I know leggings are cheap, but we have such a huge range of gym gear out there for the same price of leggings, why would you? I recently purchased a great pair from Kmart for $15.00.


5 Things for The Weekend

11/06/2015 by OutInCanberra

Crisp mornings and sunny days across the weekend... perfect! There's plenty happening this weekend, so you've got no excuse to get out and enjoy the many different experiences Canberra has to offer! Enjoy! ___________________ 1. Andy Bull at ANU Bar. Friday at 8.00pm


Dressing For The 'Code'

04/06/2015 by Styled By Francesca

Have you ever walked into an event or wedding and asked yourself the question. Did I get the dress code wrong? I know I have and quite frankly it can be a little embarrassing. I went to a wedding once and the dress code was FORMAL. Boy, did I feel as though I was the only one that got the memo. As a stylist, I believe that dressing for the code, is very important. Not only does it help you decide what to wear but it indicates, an expectation that invitee is setting on their guest. They are basically telling you what not to wear.


Winter Wardrobe Must Haves

02/06/2015 by Souria Cheufi

It's way past chilly in Canberra now, it's FREEZING and officially Winter! But as they say, there is good and bad in every situation... We know you're probably thinking, 'Is there... really?? But the good news is this: you can use the cold weather as an excuse to go shopping. Guilt-free shopping? Yeah, baby! Here are the essentials for your wardrobe to make it through this Winter with style. The Scarf There is nothing cosier than a big, fluffy scarf for braving the cold wind. Wrap yourself from the shoulders to the ears with a woollen scarf. Tip: Bigger, the better!


Interview: Inside the life of... Margaret Zhang

23/05/2015 by Carly Devine

Margaret Zhang is a woman of many talents. She's a blogger, writer, stylist, photographer, creative director and, on top of all that, a student at the University of Sydney completing her combined Bachelor of Commerce and Law. At just 21, Margaret has already achieved so much including working for Harpers Bazaar and NYLON magazines, Nike, David Jones, Mulberry and NET-A-PORTER - just to name a few! Above all, she is a social media whiz. With over 427,000 followers on Instagram Margaret has decided to host workshops on how best to use the medium.


5 Things to Do This Weekend

21/05/2015 by OutInCanberra

Wow! There is so much happening this weekend... from comics to community festivals to the comedic relief of Eurovision! The weather is forecast to clear up to a crisp and clear couple of days, so get out and about Canberra this weekend! There’s plenty to see and do! Enjoy! 1. GAMMA.CON at Hellenic Club, Woden. From 6.00pm Friday Gamers and comic geeks unite! This weekend see the three-day festival of videogames, anime, manga, comics, sci-fi, fantasy, books, movies and TV shows.


Here's our Newbie's Guide to Winter!

18/05/2015 by Maeve Bannister

Last year, I met a guy who, upon finding out where I was from said, “UGH! Canberra is the absolute worst.* It’s hot in summer and cold in winter.” Instead of dwelling on his strange idea of what exactly the weather is supposed to be (because, last time I checked, it’s actually quite acceptable that summer is hot and winter is cold), I’d like to focus on the last part of his statement, because he was quite right: Canberra is pretty cold in winter.


Recap: Fashfest Night 4 - The Engineer

17/05/2015 by Jemma Mrdak

In the fashion industry, breaking design limits and taking risks is a must. Moving design beyond the boundaries of what is possible and predicting the future is what makes one designer stand out from another. Tonight, each Fashfest designer, on the final night of shows, proved that they can do just that. Being the finale of Fashfest, expectations were high, and we weren’t disappointed in the slightest.