If you’re after the perfect Mother’s Day gift, then look no further than Blissful Blooms. Their online store has the perfect array of chocolate and flower arrangements, and let’s not forget that one person alone can’t possibly eat all that chocolate.
Starting Whippet’s on a less-than-dream budget, the store has grown considerably in the last 6 months, expanding their range to include Santa Cruz and KTM-brand bikes, as well as being a certified Wiggle Service Point (the only one in Adelaide, no less)
The self-confessed lace and leather fanatics first began their love affair with fashion following a whirlwind trip to Bali where they had Tilly’s formal dress custom-made. From falling in love with the chic Balinese tailoring to implementing their own personal style into their designs, the rest is history for Datiro Designs.
Adelaide let’s celebrate – the biggest retail development to happen to the city in 21 years opens on 26th March 2013.
Last night marked the opening night of the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, and it was a night not to be missed. Stars, media identities and fashionistas alike flocked to see designs from such celebrated labels as Lisa Ho, Camilla & Marc, Bassike, Alannah Hill, Bianca Spender and more. Check out the runway photos from last night, courtesy of Covet Magazine.
Situated in the heart of Adelaide’s CBD, Rundle Place is the most popular tourist attraction in South Australia and is home to many iconic Australian brands as well as some of the world’s biggest names in fashion.
Hosted by legendary race caller Bryan Martin OAM, South Australia’s own Hall of Fame jockey John Letts and SA racing socialite Annie Leo, the lunch will play host to around 300 special guests at the Intercontinental on the eve of the Group 1 SA Derby.
The art of pain free hair removal and skin rejuvenation may seem like a pipedream – a blissful one for anyone whose experience how unnecessarily painful or uncomfortable topical hair removal creams and IPL lasers can be.
On March 16 and 17, The Highway will be pulling out the pints for the Craft Beer Festival, the first of its kind in Adelaide and a chance for locals to find out (and of course, taste) more about craft beer.
Pete Murray will perform at The Depot, with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, on Saturday the 16th or March.