The Tour de France organisation introduced the women’s race, La Course, in 2016 to involve the best female cyclists in the pro-peloton in the biggest cycle race in the world. The sight of the female peloton rolling up the Champs Élyseés under the watchful eye of the Arc de Triomphe is an image forever engrained … Continue reading The Forgotten Heroine: Marianne Martin
Originally published on a freelance blog | The 2019 edition of the Santos Tour Down Under brought with it a plethora of changes to stage configuration, length and the day of scheduling that each town was to host the World Tour peloton. The most significant of these changes was the shifting of Queen stage, Willunga … Continue reading Was the Willunga Stage change worth it?
Originally produced for a freelance magazine contribution | Paris Haute Couture Week heralds the new year for fashion with opulent designs, intricate craftsmanship and decadent runway settings that combine fashion with art directly. Haute Couture brings with it the spectacle of fashion that may not necessarily be crafted to be practical but rather to allow … Continue reading 5 points we took from Paris Haute Couture Week
Originally produced for a freelance magazine contribution | If you needed to add a little ‘Spice’ to your active wear collection, then it’ll be music to your ears to hear that you can now shop Victoria Beckham’s highly anticipated collaboration with Reebok. With the unisex collection featuring full range of clothing including bomber jackets, crop … Continue reading Victoria Beckam x Reebok collection launches in store
Originally produced for a freelance magazine contribution Everyone’s favourite Barbadian singer, fashion icon, cosmetics and underwear entrepreneur, Rihanna, has launched her latest lingerie collection in her Savage x Fenty line just in time for Valentine’s Day. The release aligns with the celebration of love this week for those loved up with someone else and, in … Continue reading Rihanna releases Savage x Fenty collection in time for Valentine’s Day
Study abroad. Exchange. Semester away. I’m-going-to-go-find-myself-in-Europe. Whatever you want to call it, they’re all synonymous with each other and having just completed my experience, I’d like to think of myself as somewhat of an expert in this area. You may not agree, so let’s find out if I can change your mind. In year 10 … Continue reading The Recap
I have been living in the UK for a little while now and am absolutely loving the experience, being ridiculously close to European countries which are easy to travel to and the general sense of independence that I haven’t experienced before. However, this week, I have become the weak Australian within my flatmates who has … Continue reading What I have learnt about Adelaide while abroad