Editor’s blog

Dr Koulos Introduces Emsculpt

Editor's blog, Featured, Health & Beauty

Always at the cutting edge of new technology in the health and beauty sector, Dr Chris Koulos is pleased to bring Emsculpt to Burnside Cosmetic.   More and more people are looking for non-invasive ways to improve their body to look and feel better without the risks associated with surgery. The latest technology in body contouring is not just about destroying […]

How To Work With Your Wedding Planner

Editor's blog, Featured, Weddings

Rachel Evans and Lucy Temme from Hygge Studio tells us everything we need to get the most out of working with a wedding planner. How long have you been in the business of event management and wedding planning?  We started Hygge about five years ago primarily as a graphics and styling based studio. With a background […]

Hidden Gems

Editor's blog, Fashion, Featured

City Cross is full of hidden gems, you just have to know where to look. Photography & Words Sharmonie Cockayne FASHIONForever New is the newest addition to CityCross; Fashion boutique Bardot stocks affordable runway-inspired womenswear for the woman who loves to dress up; family-owned jeweller Archer & Holland specialises in custom pieces, but also has an incredibly special range of stunning […]

5 Minutes With Brian Gilbertson

Editor's blog, Featured, Life

In 2019, Creative Director of the Christmas Pageant, Brian Gilbertson put yet another successful event under his belt. We look at how he turned South Australia’s Christmas Pageant into a theatrical wonderland.  Photography Dimitra KoriozosWords Sharmonie Cockayne  Brian Gilbertson has had a colourful career. He spent his first decade as a lawyer, sold his practice to study singing in Vienna, threw himself […]

How to: Beach Waves

Editor's blog, Featured, Health & Beauty

Brodie from Mahiki Hair shows us how to get beachy waves sans ocean   1. Section the hair into four sections and curl smaller sections. To give the curls extra hold, spray each section using L’Oreal Tecni.ART Pli before putting the styler on the hair.    2. Once the curling is complete, go through the hair with a wide tooth comb creating a loose beachy […]

Masterclass: Grazing Platters

Eat & Drink, Editor's blog, Favourite, Featured, Food, Life, Local Loves

The festive season calls for many a social gathering. Up your skills as a host by learning how to make a grazing board that rivals the professionals.  Ruby Red Star Homewares & Lifestyle is a female-owned local business that hosts masterclasses on all things home and heart, from learning how to be a good plant parent, upping your knowledge of […]

Meet Steven Bellosduardo

Art, Editor's blog, Featured, Life

The Adelaide Airport’s newest art commission is a breakout work by emerging artist Steven Bellosguardo.  Photography, Brianna Speight Words and Portrait, Sharmonie Cockayne  As an emerging artist, to make the proposal stage of a large-scale public art commission is pretty rare, but to win one is near unthinkable. So, for 30 year old local artist Steven Bellosguardo to win the Adelaide airport’s commission is an immense achievement for all emerging artists here […]

At Home In The Hills

Editor's blog, Featured, Home & Lifestyle, Life

Newenham: Thoughtfully considered to support the health, happiness and wellbeing of its community Each evening after work, Sam, his fiancé Tammie, and their 16-month-old Darcy, head to the neighbouring paddocks to let their pup Arnie run off his energy. On the weekends, they walk the back way into Mount Barker for breakfast at their favourite café. It only takes half an hour and, as […]

Wayville dream home

Editor's blog, Featured, Home & Lifestyle, Life

We speak to real-estate expert, Georgie Todd, about one of her favourite properties of 2019: 31 Joslin Street, Wayville. What are some of the strongest aspects of the property?It’s a modern family home that was recently revamped by the highly regarded Black Rabbit Architecture + Interiors. It has modern clean lines throughout and has enormous space for […]