Australia’s fashion and racing industry experts (including little old me!) provided intimate style workshops over morning tea at Melbourne’s The Olsen, to toast the arrival of Melbourne’s most  fashionable time of year – the spring racing season. Speaking of which, if you haven’t visited The Art Series Hotel’s, The Olsen, you don’t know what you’re missing!

Hosted by stunning Caulfield Social Ambassador Scherri-Lee Biggs, the morning tea included style advice from yours truly, one-on-one mini pamper sessions with Guinot and a floral  millinery demonstration conducted by event design guru Tori Allen. A screening of oour work on the  short film, The Caulfield Journey was also shared with the fashion set in attendance.

Festivities continued with a short UBER ride to Caulfield  Racecourse, where myself and fashion colleagues Lisa Hamilton of See Want Shop, Jess Dempsey of What Would Karl Do, Emily Highfield of Style BK and Liz Sunshine of Streetsmith dined for lunch in the highly coveted Committee Room.

I wanted Scherri’s breakfast look to really set the tone for what we had in store from a fashion perspective, during the Spring Carnival. This yet-to be released Cameo the Label dress, part of the Platform Collection, was perfect for hosting the bloggers breakfast. This silhouette is really flattering for most body shapes, this particular style will be available in December.


Scherri wears. Cameo the Label Rather Be dress in Night Lily |  Jill & Jack Millinery for Art Series Hotel  |  Nine West  ‘Sari” Heels  | Olga Berg  Oversize clutch in Orange

Scherri in Cameo and jill


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