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DAILY PRACTICE | TAMARA MAYNES







Tamara Maynes is a maker, stylist and author. After years of living in the country, and Sydney, she is now based in Melbourne, where she is the creative director at The Establishment Studios. Earlier this year she released her book The Maker with Murdoch Books.

Read her original interview on Daily Imprint.

Describe a typical working dayThere’s not much chance of keeping a routine with my work, so...

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THE EDIT | TAHNEE CARROLL







Tahnee Carroll is a Sydney-based interior stylist who contributes regularly to Real Living and Yen magazines. She’s also worked for clients including Freedom, Domayne, Rapee and Life Interiors. Through her agency Citizens of Style with photographer Lynden Foss she has produced home features for a range of Australian and international publications. Tahnee has also recently launched her portfolio...

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THE EDIT | KIM FICARO







Kim Ficaro is a New York-based stylist who regularly creates shoots for the likes of Anthropologie and West Elm. She is also the author of The Inspired Home and is about to launch a new homewares collection, Totem.

Read her original interview on Daily Imprint.

Here are some of Kim's favourite things at home.


THE EDIT
Coffee La calombe
Tea Dried hibiscus flowers from markets in Mexico.
Treat Chocolate
Ski...

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STYLIST TAMMY NATHAN







Tammy Nathan has managed to find herself at the right place at the right time twice in her styling career. About six years ago she made the leap from working in the fashion industry to starting a property styling business - Styling Properties. It is a Melbourne-based business that has grown every year. “Working in people’s homes every day made me realise that many of my clients loved beautiful...

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STYLIST, INTERIOR DESIGNER + CREATIVE DIRECTOR ALEX ZABOTTO-BENTLEY







“Those early, experimental days really paid off,” says stylist Alex Zabotto-Bentley. He went through the early New Wave look with oversized ’50s men’s suit pants from a thrift shop cinched at the waist, a white grandpa shirt, leather cap and a mega teased fringe to shaving his hair into a mohican and his version of Vivienne Westwood’s pirate collection through to the slick mod suiting of The Jam,...

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STYLIST KERRIE-ANN JONES







After studying classical ballet and dance, and working in marketing for the music industry, Kerrie-Ann Jones decided to take a leap of faith two years ago and change jobs and industries. She started out taking a styling assistant role for Sarah Ellison [interview], Real Livingmagazine’s style editor. After working on a series of shoots, K-A, as she's known, was given the chance to style a feature...

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STYLIST HEIDI O'ROURKE







While Heidi O’Rourkestudied fashion technology - “which I loved but never pursued” - it was the world of interiors that became her primary interest, especially after the purchase of her first home in the mid-1990s. “I just couldn’t help myself, I was constantly beautifying that little house,” she says. While she considered a career in interior design, she was content working in a role for a...

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STYLIST DANIELLE SELIG








“On my first day at Vogue Living I knew I was on the right path,” says Danielle Selig, a Sydney stylist. It was a career she had never considered at school or university, where she graduated with an Arts/Law degree. But when she started working for a leading Sydney firm, Danielle soon realised it wasn’t the life for her. “The moment I knew this career existed and there was a possibility of doing...

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STYLIST SIBELLA COURT






Sibella Court has returned to Australia in great style. After working as a successful stylist in New York for the past decade, she's recently opened a homewares store like no other in Sydney's Paddington called The Society Inc. Sibella is also one of the judges on Channel 9's homeMADE program and is working on a book. Her New York home, pictured above, features in a recent issue of Inside Outmagaz...

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