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Ive kept this treasure of a blog to myself, and it needs to be shared. Indigo Inspirations is the digital recordings of the wonderfully creative Jo Hodges (whom I've known for most of my life). Its full of inspiration - as the title suggests - there is a DIY component which sets it apart from your average read, plus the pictures are fun, colourful and beautifully shot. I admire creatives that up keep blogs to share with the rest of us - and this blog speaks to the grass roots of my fashion design and where I come from
 Snaps taken from Indigo Inspirations (middle pic from coffee date with Jo and her family a few months back In Melbourne) I love the felts and wools, plus all the whimsical holiday trinkets
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My girls at Splendour in the Grass. The Mini Splendour area was crazy fun. GLOTATTS sponsored the event so that all the little celebrity kidless got their sparkle with tattoos and glitter. Overall what a perfect last day to a hugely successful festival!


The 18th annual Splendour in the Grass Music and Arts Festival kicked off during the coldest week of winter. But that didn't stop the fever of fun and fashion expression for festival revellers. This year was the first year we were not officially working on site for GLOTATTS (we worked tirelessly leading up at pre festival parties and events) We continued sponsorship with little glitter & tattoo stations set up throughout - most notably at Little Splendour - a festival within the festival specifically for our young ones - which my girls enjoyed tremendously! DAY I looks were provided by the wonderful HER PONY THE LABEL team. Day II outfits were from the new Spell & the Gypsy Collective range. By Day III we were footloose and fancy free, opting to highlight our GLOTATTS sparkles with threads of our own choosing. I wore a gorgeous burnt ochre linen dress by Brazilian Flirting