Article Archive

June 25, 2016

New faces announced at Black Opal

09/03/2010 by OutInCanberra

The Myer Face of Canberra Racing and OutInCanberra's Favourite Face: Public Vote was announced on Sunday at the Black Opal Stakes Day, Thoroughbred Park. The poised Aprelle Coady was crowned the Myer Face of Canberra Racing 2010 and she looked the part in a Coco Chanel inspired suit and leather gloves. OutInCanberra's Favourite Face: Public Vote was also announced with Emma Wannell awarded the public's favourite. The 21 year old student is in her fourth year of a Bachelor of Politics and International Relations, and loves to get OutInCanberra.


Top 3 faces announced: Myer Face of Canberra Racing

05/03/2010 by Sandra Freeman

The Chief Minister's Cocktail Party last night, marked the second judging round for the Myer Face of Canberra Racing competition at Kamberra Wine Company. The top 10 faces flounced down the runway with grace and finesse. Judging proved to be a difficult task for Lisa Ridgley, 106.3 personality, Brian Cronk of Myer, Elkie Stuart, 2009 Myer Face of Canberra Racing and OutInCanberra’s very own Natalie Tsirimokos. After a few minutes deliberation, the top 3 contestants were announced to a room of eager guests – Aprelle Coady, Brittney McGlone and Jenny Tiffen.


Marie Claire Fashion Editor hosts interior design talk in Canberra

25/02/2010 by Natalie Tsirimokos

Marie Claire Executive Fashion Editor, Jane Roarty, is set to appear at Domayne, Fyshwick to present the five major trends ahead in the world of interior design. Jane is a highly esteemed style celebrity and is known for her trend predictions and sharp design eye. Chef Paul Jurd will be on hand at the event to offer delectable morsels, and demonstrate the latest cooking and small appliances. There will of course by champagne and wine available to complete the indulgence.


Vote for your favourite face

24/02/2010 by OutInCanberra

OutInCanberra's Favourite Face: Public Vote has launched online today, as part of the Myer Face of Canberra Racing competition at Thoroughbred Park. Both competitions will be drawn in a runway event at Kamberra Wine Company Black Opal Stakes Day on Sunday, 7 March 2010. OutInCanberra’s Favourite Face: Public Vote competition gives the community the opportunity to get behind a friend, relative or simply their ‘favourite face’ and make an impact.


Trinkets with a second wind

23/02/2010 by Natalie Tsirimokos

Meet Amelia Huang of Millicent Russell, a local jewellery designer that stocks at local boutique Itrip Iskip at Canberra markets and online through design network, Etsy. Where do you source your materials from?


Aussie influenced Parisian design

15/02/2010 by Natalie Tsirimokos

Virginie Castaway is a French label known for it's refined and often un-buttoned fashion forward elagance. But who is Virgine Castaway and how did Australia influence this chic Parisian's style aesthetic? Virginie grew up in an artist’s family in the North of France. “My parents have always taught me to open my eyes and they gave me the chance to express myself through a lot of things like drawing, music and by taking dancing classes," Virginie said.


Do you have what it takes?

01/02/2010 by OutInCanberra

Move over America's Next Top Model, the search for the next Myer Face of Canberra Racing has begun! With style, finesse and sophistication, the Myer Face of Canberra Racing is much more than a 'model,' she's the package. The winning face will go onto represent Thoroughbred Park at VIP events, in the local fashion scene and on Canberra Racing advertising material, posters, brochures, and websites. She will also be required to make appearances at various cocktail parties and functions hosted by Thoroughbred Park.


Frock it up 60's

29/01/2010 by Natalie Tsirimokos

AMC's hit TV series Mad Men has gained millions of fans by tackling explicit themes like sex, money and power in the 60's, but it's the sharp and era accurate costume design that really bring these characters to life. Proto-feminist sirens Betty, Peggy and Joan flounce around the small screen in early 60’s tweed, tea dress and swing coats - envy worthy, while the men kick back in sharp 3-button suits, sip scotch and chain smoke.


Give prissy the boot

27/01/2010 by Natalie Tsirimokos

The 90's are the new 80's and in fashion we know what goes around, comes around. At least that's the case this season, with the beloved Doc Martins cult high-top style making a mammoth comeback. Much of this trend can be credited to Agyness Deyn, who has been sporting her own Docs since she launched into the scene in 2007. So how do you re-live the 90’s without looking too, well 90’s? Team the boots with a mini skirt, skater dress or short floral dress. This time around the look is about ‘legs,’ so don’t wear them with jeans unless you want to look masculine.


The 'vintage' point of no return

25/01/2010 by Natalie Tsirimokos

Fossicking around a second hand shop in Mogo Town, I felt an instant pep when I stumbled across some very special 40's/50's lingerie. The pieces were lightly tattered and had a warm discolouration that made me feel nostalgic about an era I wasn’t even a part of. The lacy girdle, beige corset and frilly bloomers were thrown in the bottom of a timber chest. The middle aged woman behind the counter was wearing Avon earrings and clearly didn’t know the worth of her gorgeous treasures. My first thought wasn’t a thought as such, it was alarm bells. FABULOUS! My emotions said.