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DESIGNER HEIDI CORREA







Heidi Correa had a late start to the career that she really wanted. But since she changed directions she has not only not looked back, but she’s been charging into new territory too. Heidi, best known by the blog then shop then Instagram account Paddo to Palmy, worked in advertising and media for many years after not being able to get a job in banking - she had studied economics and marketing. “I...

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frontliners extra: anna-wili highfield







It has taken 7 months, 5 photo shoots, multiple interviews, countless captions and many many sleepless nights to launch Frontliners. At times it seemed like madness to create a new blog when I already work full-time for Real Living magazine and produce Daily Imprint. But when I coded my last caption on Saturday morning and saw the whole site finished, I felt enormous joy. It's quite a personal...

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a little diversion






I don't subscribe to many blogs, but I have to confess that Style Me Romy is one of them. You might recall that I interviewed Romy here.

Well, if you love her styling and edits as much as I do then you can check out her contribution to Mecca Cosmetica this month. She is one of the contributors to a new series the company is doing. And I'm one of them too (I did a little Q&Ahere), alongside Louise...

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hello sandwich's ebony bizys







There is no-one else in the world like Ebony Bizys. And she is amazing for that fact alone. But then there is her work as deputy art director for Vogue Living, her art exhibitions, her Hello Sandwich blog and, most recently, her Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide. Ebony is full of surprises - she created a beautiful illustration for Saskia Havekes' Grandiflorabook. And her "garage" sales are something to...

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blogger & designer anna rummey








It's a funny world we live in when you can discover the work of an Australian via an American blog. But that's how I discovered Anna Rummey. I have to confess that sometimes I feel a little weird checking in on someone's world that I don't know - but there's something calming and beautiful about her site. And I wish I could go back and re-do my wedding pics and have a little more like fun - like...

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the sartorialist's scott schuman







An interesting thing happened after I interviewed The Sartorialist's Scott Schuman - via phone to New York (so very old school). I was telling Jacqui Lewisabout it and she relayed this story: a friend of hers was shot by Scott when he was in Sydney. The young girl was only 15 but had been diagnosed with cancer and was undergoing chemo so had little hair and was wearing a beanie. After the image...

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table tonic's louise bell









Some people blaze onto the blogging scene, and one of the most recent stars is Louise Bell from Table Tonic. Not only has her site gained many fans in a short amount of time but she's also managed to launch an online homewares store selling beautiful imported fabrics and bedlinen. Think Mexican suzanis and ikat designs. Louise used to be creative director at ACP Magazine's Cosmopolitan and Cleo.

Wh...

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home inspiration... olivier dupon










The world is full of some beautiful souls, and it surely seems that Olivier Dupon from Dossier37 is one of them. He is known to many Sydneysiders for his gorgeous shop Lola Et Moi, which he ran for about three years, and now the rest of the world is getting to know his quirky, colourful and inspired ways through his blog Dossier37. Olivier kindly shared these pics with Daily Imprint of his home in...

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blog love - mr jason grant



If you haven't already checked out Mr Jason Grant's blog then I implore you to give your eyes a treat today. It's all about his adventures as a stylist (style director for real living, in fact). He's always out and about discovering fun, quirky and beautiful things. And the blog is written in his succint and witty way. (I'm often on the pointy end of his shtick at work - we're officially office...

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