How the need for some Me Time inspired this Austalian lifestyle brand

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We all need some me time, am I right? Sue Brabender knows this as well as anyone, and needing to take a break from long, hectic hours at the sportswear company she worked for led to her launching Me Time, Just for Me – a lifestyle brand encouraging and supporting women to take time out for themselves and to feel comfortable (and a little bit special) while doing just that! Me Time’s range includes t-shirts, tanks and long sleeve tees, hoody’s plus gift boxes, drawstring backpacks and candles. Looking to expand the range into training tights and leisure pants coming soon this lifestyle brand is not slowing down anytime soon, but exists to help their customers do just that in their everyday lives. We spoke with founder Sue, all about the brands values, biggest business challenge so far and the Me Time creative design process. Continue reading “How the need for some Me Time inspired this Austalian lifestyle brand”

#bethegirl interview with Cristina Londono, founder of Wallnut Studio

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Cristina Londono, founder of Wallnut Studio

Cristina Londono has been working in the design and branding world for almost 20 years now, and started her business, Wallnut Studio in 2007 after working for various design and fashion firms. Since then, Cristina has had the pleasure of collaborating with and mentoring many entrepreneurs, mainly women, from all over the globe! Building brands from the spark of inspiration all the way to launch, success and beyond across different industries and from various locations is what Cristina loves, and well…she is pretty amazing at it! We spoke with Cristina about her business journey so far, how mindset plays a part and she shares some valuable business advice.

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TDP #girltalk with makeup artist, Leah Baines

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Makeup artist and total #girlboss Leah Baines

Leah first stepped foot in the beauty industry back in Auckland NZ, where she studied and graduated as a professional hair and makeup artist on a scholarship. From here she moved to Sydney to pursue her passion and started her own business freelancing.  Leah has a passion and skill for enhancing natural beauty. Her unique and natural light-handed style of make-up application has enabled her to build an extensive range of clientele, internationally and locally. Leah has worked on campaigns, magazine covers, TVC, fashion shows, celebrities and her very own masterclasses.

Who doesn’t love some girl talk? I spoke with super talented makeup artist Leah about her fave makeup look RN, career highlight and the best thing about 2019 so far. 

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