Monday, August 25, 2014


 I have finally created my new website and, in turn, a new blog!
I will no longer be posting here so be sure to update your bookmarks
and follow my new blog here:

See you there!

Monday, June 9, 2014


 "A girl can never have too many shoes"

I have finally updated my shop with new prints,
and more soon to come!

"Shoe" and "La Maison Favart" are available to order now here:

Limited editions of 50 only.

Happy Shopping!

Friday, June 6, 2014

la maison FAVART

As you may have noticed (due to the large lack of posts on my blog)
I was a little bit absent for the month of April.
This was due to my traveling around on my honeymoon!
A large portion of our time was spent in France, including a brief fling in Paris
where we were so lucky to stay at the beautiful La Maison Favart.

La Maison Favart is a ridiculously beautiful boutique hotel in the heart of Paris,
a short stroll from Opéra, Place Vendôme, and Tuileries, named after
Charles-Simon Favart and Justine Duronceray.
Their romantic history starts thusly;
Favart was the director of the Comic Opéra and became captivated
by Duronceray during a stage performance of Les Fêtes Publiques.
They were married on the 12th of December that very same year.
And so began the incredible story of the most famous couple
in the history of Parisian theatre;
Monsier and Madame Favart.

Here's hoping some of their famous love story rubs off on us!

I was so pleased to be able to collaborate with the hotel on this illustration.
After photographing every nook and gorgeous cranny for inspiration,
I settled upon the Breakfast Room - my favourite!
Every morning began with a croissant and a hot cup of tea,
surrounded by sunshine and that glorious pink upholstery.
Sadly without the perfectly tousled Parisian tresses and cascading gown.
Le sigh...

I could hardly do it justice, but I do hope you like it as much as I do.
 P.S YES that is a bathtub in the floor. And, who doesn't love a bath in the floor?
DEFINITELY NOT THIS GUY, that's for sure.
Especially when paired with Champagne.

If you're fortunate enough to be traveling to Paris in the future,
visit La Maison Favart's website here for more information:


Saturday, May 17, 2014

marie CLAIRE

I'm so flattered to have a little feature in the June edition of
Marie Claire Netherlands!
Unfortunately I don't speak Dutch, but I do know it's a little piece
about my blog and illustrations.
Thanks, MC!

The June issue is on sale now, featuring this gorgeous shot
of Scarlett Johannson on the cover.

Friday, March 28, 2014


Already being a huge fan of British luxury brand, Mulberry, I was so excited
to see them team up with the gorgeous and über cool model, Cara Delevingne,
for their past few campaigns; each depicting an edgy yet ethereal woodland vibe
- complete with friendly forest creatures and gently decaying blooms.
Photographed by one of my favourites, Tim Walker, no less.
My jam, basically!

So, I was delighted further still when they announced their latest capsule collection
designed in collaboration with Delevingne herself and
felt inspired to do this little illustration of Cara with her namesake bag in black nappa.
I have to say it has shot to the very top of my covet list!

Check out the full collection here:

Thursday, March 6, 2014


In what can only be described as a total dream job, I was recently asked to illustrate
the supplement cover of Harper's Bazaar Arabia's annual Best Dressed issue!
Those of you who read this blog regularly, or follow me on Instagram/FB etc, would know
what a die-hard magazine fan I am - so I'm sure you can imagine where illustrating a
cover sits on my bucket list.

After chatting with the editor of Bazaar Arabia, Louise Nichol, about various bits and pieces,
I one day received an email detailing a project she thought I'd be perfect for.
Well, thank you Louise!
I'm not sure I can say I was perfect for the job, but the job sure was perfect for me!

With the supplement detailing the best dressed of 2014, it was SS '14 accessories
that had to make their mark on the cover image.
As you can imagine, Dubai is a place of luxury and opulence;
Girls love a good blow dry and a bit of bling!
So it was all about a raven-haired beauty, dripping in jewels, with the best of
the accessories cupboard at her disposal.

I'm so happy with the way the image came out.
It's very pink, It's very Chanel, and I'm very excited to finally have it in my hot little hands!
Thank you Louise and the Bazaar team.
The March issue of Harper's Bazaar Arabia is out now.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

i DO

Photographs by Jonathan Wherrett

So, I got married!

I don't usually post a lot about my personal life on my blog or social media,
which is a decision I made a long time ago, because I love to keep my feeds
all about my work and inspirations, with the occasional peek at what I get up to behind
the scenes. But in the case of my recent wedding I thought I would break my own rule!
Granted, I have included mostly details of our stunning flowers
(by the exceptional Kristy McDowell AKA Mrs. Florist)
and decorations, but when so many talented people are involved in making it such
a beautiful day it seems a waste not to share!

I don't even know where to begin on a post like this, as any bride knows just HOW MUCH is
involved in the planning and execution of a wedding - and just how many people there are to thank.
If I tried to include it all we'd both be here all day.
So I wanted to focus mainly on the details, the beautiful elements that bring everything together.

Firstly, these gorgeous photos are by one of the most incredible photographers I know,
Jonathan Wherrett.  He not only has the sublime ability to used filtered light to absolute perfection,
but also a superb knowledge of SNL skits and can bust out a flawless
Barry Gibb Talk Show impersonation with a bride in a field at any given moment.
Snaps for Jonathan!

Our wedding day was blustery to say the least.
Huge gusts of wind kept us channeling our inner Beyoncé-in-front-of-her-wind-machine, raking fingers through hair, forever trying to flick it back to its original place.
In the end though, you just have to give up and accept that you're
going to be a wind-swept bridal party.
The thing is, something is always going to go wrong. You can never have total control.
For example;
I spent a few back-breaking days dip-dying linen napkins an amazing
fuschia colour, only to throw them in the washing machine and see them all
turn the same shade of sugary pink.
We bought board games for those who don't like to dance or drink
- but ran out of time to set them up.
I bought about 40 Moroccan tea glasses at the very beginning of the planning stages,
only to leave them sitting in a cupboard, completely forgotten.

But on the day you just don't care.
Because you're surrounded by your new husband, all of your friends, and your family.
And everything looks beautiful.

One of my favourite things was our wedding cake.
Those of you who have followed me for a while on instagram may have seen that I have
a bit of a collection of vintage Disney figures - Bambi and Co. I call them.
My husband's favourite Disney movie growing up was Robin Hood.
So how lucky were we to discover this beautiful figure on eBay!
'CAKE TOPPER!' we exclaimed.

Beautiful prints spouting loving sentiments were used as decor,
the 'Forever' print above by my friends at Blacklist,
along with streamers and gold floral decorations by Confetti System.
The 'LOVE' sign was from Flora Gondwana, as was the bird cage.

And then, of course, The Gown.
I feel like the gown can fill a blog post in itself.
I was so beyond lucky to work with the incomparable Jane Hill on my wedding dress,
an experience that will stay with me for the rest of my life.
Jane very sadly passed away last year, and I don't think there is a bride that worked with her
whose heart didn't break when they found out.

I was fortunate to work with her on a few collaborative projects in addition to my gown,
so I know just how passionate and creative she was behind the scenes
as well as in our more 'official' appointments.
When it came to my dress, she was pure genius.
I arrived armed with references I had collected along with millions of words I threw at her,
sitting excitedly on the pink-rugged floor of her Toorak studio -
'Blush! Tulle! Texture! Beading!'
- and she managed (with a giggle, some champagne, and a lot of enthusiasm)
to bring them all together into one perfect gown.
And I thank her from the bottom of my heart, along with the incredible team at Jane Hill Bridal;
Jen, for taking over my appointments and being so gorgeous and supportive,
and Sophie, for having the best hands in the business and bringing this little vision we had to life.
I don't have enough words to thank these beautiful women,
but hopefully the smile on my face above says it all!

Sunday, February 23, 2014

suits you, SIR

I'm so excited to finally be able to share this project with you.
It's not often that I get to draw ze fellas, so when I do it's always a fun time.

This selection of dapper gents is for Australian bridal magazine WHITE -
a constant source of inspiration throughout the last year for my own wedding -
forecasting the upcoming trends for groom fashion,
including velvet, blue, check and the traditional tails.
It's hard to choose a fave but if I had to I think I have a bit of a jones
for the dreamboat in the checked suit.

How 'bout you?

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

lucinda for LANOLIPS

Earlier last year (or late 2012) my illustration was chosen
to grace the front of the Lanolips Beauty Box by Australian beauty brand Lanolips.
Finally - a year and a tulle skirt later - here it is!

As you can see from my original post here
our lady 'Lucinda', as we named her, has had a little makeover.
Girls can't go 'round with no pants on all the time, after all.

The Lanolips Beauty Box is available now in Hong Kong, and Australia soon I believe.
For more information on where/how to buy visit the Lanolips website:

Friday, January 24, 2014


An ethereal new lady for the beauty mavens at Chic Artistry,
professional stylists of hair and make-up.
It was such a lovely job to work on!
Flowers, antlers and a whole lotta hair. What could be more fun?

Visit their website here: