Photography: Karen Buckle Photography Â Styling, Decor + Design: CL Weddings & Events Ceremony + Reception Venue: Private Property Reception Floral Design: Twig & Grace Bouquet + Ceremony Florals: Mondo Floral Design Celebrant: Weddings with Kristy Hair: Nicole Horn Makeup Artist: Pru Edwards Wedding Dress: Erin Clare Couture Facinator: Shut The Front Door Shoes: Nude Catering: The Rolling Dolmade Marquee: Perry’s Hire Cake: Lorinda, Ideas In Icing Music: Good friends of Bride, Dan, Angie, Lai + Cheyenne Ceremony Music: Speakeasy, Dan + Nat Dunne Car: Private Airport Transfers Rings: Gordon Herford Menus + Invitations: CL Weddings & Events Cinematography: Justin, Wild Bunch Weddings
Luxury high-street label, Reiss, is jumping on the beauty bandwagon and launching its first collection of scents. The two fragrances (one for women and one for men) are set for a September debut, and will be stocked exclusively in Selfridges. Swanky!
Reiss follows in the footsteps of Topshop, which boasts a blooming cosmetics line, and French Connection, which dabbles in homewares. It seems these days, clothes alone just don’t cut it, the customer truly does want to live, wear, and smell like the brand.
From ball gowns that would look at home on any red carpet, to quirky banjo-printed tops, to a daringly oversized jacket stuffed with down comforters, the creations proved we've got a lot to look forward to when it comes to fashion.
Do blondes have more fun? Well, maybe — but they may also be a little bit more neurotic than their darker-haired sisters. According to Dana Ionato, hair colorist at Sally Hershberger Downtown, blondes attract more attention simply because their hair is more naturally eye-catching. "Blonde hair is lighter, so when women have light hair and they walk into a room, people are going to look at them." The problem is, blondes can get more used to that attention than they realize — and blondes may miss that attention if they decide to try lowlights. Says Ionato, "Women with blonde hair that go darker may experience a bit of an identity crisis, because they don't feel that they stand out as much. They miss that attention."