Genius via ACPA
Photo: Harper’s Bazaar Australia
Nicole Kidman debuts her childrens’ (Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret) first media photoshoot (minus their faces) in the current issue of Harper’s Bazaar Australia. Websites in Australia and overseas alike have been buzzing about the cover in the past week (as was Harper’s intention) as the visual feature projects Mrs Urban in a new light – less an actress and more of her other role – a loving mother and cherished wife. These shots, albeit non-humanly flawless, showcase natural, simplistic beauty through the contrast of sophisticated black with stunningly woody, earthy tones in the backdrop.
…make REAL lemonade!!
It’s time again for your favourite monthly post…
Hey hepcats. I’m extremely sorry about my lack of posts. In this blog, I hope to explain why I had no time…
After net-stalking Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld‘s “a week in the life of” blog/diary entries last week, I’ve decided to do the same thing – despite my life being a thousand times more tedious than a super-smart, pretty Harvard freshman’s with adoring fans and famous parents. But if anyone out there has ever wondered what it was like to be a journalism student, you’re welcome. (DISCLAIMER: This is a week in the life of A journalism student. Not EVERY journalism student. My life is much duller than the average journo’s) So, if you’ve decided to read on, I’m giving you a cookie!
Cookie via The Food Section
It’s time again for the monthly Favourites post. Y’all ready for diz?
*Sparky fan forever*
This week has been pretty adventurous. I’ve been living the “uni life” at UTS O’Day, opened my cultural horizons at a theatre show showcasing some of China’s fascinating ethnic minorities, explored the weird and wonderful works of Picasso at the Art Gallery of NSW and tried to restrain myself as I scoured through some markets.
Some shots of today’s Kirribilli Markets especially for you: