Beyonce just slayed the GRAMMYs

Beyoncé promised a Grammy performance to never be forgotten and Queen B certainly delivered on her promise. Taking audiences on a cinematographic journey of the pregnancy body in art form,the 10 minute odyssey celebrating motherhood began with a pre-recorded segment introduced by Tina Beyincé-Lawson and featured gold tones featured throughout the performance. Beyoncé was adorned in a crystal embellished floor length gown with matching headdress making for … Continue reading Beyonce just slayed the GRAMMYs

Lady Gaga lights up the Superbowl in Versace

It’s one of the biggest sporting events on the globe with the Superbowl drawing in a crowd of millions and a halftime show that never fails to deliver on style and panache. The sport becomes a secondary showing for half an hour in-between halves with the stage previously playing host to Coldplay, Beyonce, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry and many more, with 2017 introducing the latest … Continue reading Lady Gaga lights up the Superbowl in Versace

The Future is Female: AFLW

The conversation surrounding women in sport is often fiery and divisive of its audiences. Female athletes are strong, fierce and capture audiences when given a platform to do so. In 2017, the Australian Football League have championed females in football with the introduction of a national women’s competition turning the conversation to an inspiring celebration of the women of the game. AFL is the largest … Continue reading The Future is Female: AFLW

Howson domestiques his way to victory

Falls Creek became Orica-Scott country late afternoon when the herald sun tour rolled into town and Damien Howson raced his way to victory. Typically the hard working domestique of the team, assisting with GC ambitions at the Giro and La Vuelta, Howson was the shining star of the team after attacking the skimmed peloton halfway up the 30km climb.   Howson was joined by Kenny … Continue reading Howson domestiques his way to victory

Van Poppel breaks prologue history

Team Sky versatile Dutchman Danny Van Poppel has stormed his way into the lead at the Jayco Herald Sun Tour after a record breaking ride in the Melbourne CBD. Van Poppel was he fastest against the clock, coming in ahead of Brenton Jones (JLT) and Alex Frame (JLT). The 2.1km prologue to kick off Australia’s oldest stage race set off in the heart of Melbourne … Continue reading Van Poppel breaks prologue history