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Last days of Spring

Stepping off the airplane in Melbourne should have been a relief - 4 flights to get me home, severe sleep depravation and an empty carousel left my emotions pretty dry. I was only supposed to be abroad 2 weeks, now more than 6 weeks later I don't have time for jetlag - so its straight to work [and some dark glasses to hide the bags]. This weekend is really exciting - The South Yarra Market Re-Launch Party - I hope most of you got the facebook invite. I'll be showcasing my S/S '11 collection in full force. There will be loads of other great designers and different stalls, plus DJ's good food - all night... Did I mention this Saturday 3rd Dec - Oak Place Warehouse, South Yarra
These were shot with the new iphone 4S - pretty brilliant quality I think you would agree
I bought this lace top in Bangkok yesterday, paired with Neue Jeans, faux suede wedges, dark glasses and a bit of bling around the neck and wrists to distract from my wearied face. [Necklace and Ring by PVSSY, Bracelets from H&M]

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