Adorned with vines, sweet pea and roses, the who’s who of fashion media stepped into a magical ‘Secret Garden’ and were swept away by the highly anticipated launch of Teal & Tala’s whimsical spring collection.
Up until a couple of months ago, when asked for recommendations in the Pyrmont area my face would draw an absolute blank. Considering I’ve lived in Sydney for most of my life this is somewhat embarrassing.
You may have heard that The Red Republic regularly holds seminars for students and graduates wanting to break into the field of PR and strategic communications, and you may ask ‘why?’
There’s a reason fashion retailers ask (or in some cases force) their staff members to wear their garments in store, or send celebrities and bloggers free items in the hope they’ll be snapped. It’s the same reason product placement is a necessity for your business.
We need the dirt. We need to know the pet peeves, what gets a story over the line and what really goes on in a newsroom, so we can share it with our fellow PR peeps.
I’m often asked what my job entails… what PR’s really do… ‘cos like we all just sit around, look glamorous, drink champagne and stare at pretty clothes right? Nup.
Last month, thousands of Australians swapped their regular work attire for board shorts on Friday, March 28.
Young Queenslanders with an eye for design are being called on to create original pieces of sun safe fashion, for the chance to win a mentorship with International fashion designer Juli Grbac, as part of a new Queensland Government campaign Project SPF – Stay Pretty Forever.
At the Red Republic we celebrated a marvellous milestone late last year – 10 years in business.
Being a 22 year old female I have to admit that I haven’t always taken the effects of the sun seriously.