Jesinta Campbell is no stranger to the Australian fashion industry trends and is in full support of 30 Days of Fashion and Beauty.
"Australian designers are my favourite," she said.
"Sass & Bide, Alex Perry, Dion Lee, Ksubi and Ellery are among them."
"Australia has such a fantastic selection and we are really making our mark on the international industry."
Fashion Weekly's editor-in-chief, Stacey O'Keeffe caught up with international model Annabella Barber and chatted about her top beauty must-haves.
"I love my Nars Bronzer and the Georgio Armani foundation is a favourite too," she said.
The Australian Women's Weekly Editor-in-Chief Deborah Thomas is also a fan of a good foundation.
"I'm a big fan of skin care so my favourite beauty product ever in terms of my face is Night Repair because I swear by it but I also love Revlon Anti-Ageing Foundation. I find that's really great coverage," she said.
"Also a good black mascara and lipstick are a must. My latest favourite lipstick is a Revlon pale pink shade."
Georgia May Jagger spoke at the launch of influential women who have made a mark on her life.
"I look up to women who embrace who they are and dress accordingly. Miranda Kerr and Nicole Richie do it well and are both so effortless [and] glamorous," she said.
"There are so many incredible women who embrace who they are and style comes from within. Having fun and being confident is key."
Jagger also spoke of the relationship between Australian and English fashion.
"I think Australian fashion is quite similar to English," she said.
"They're both very eclectic and the industries are doing new things. It's very unique."
Diamond Sponsor Priceline Pharmacies brings guests the Bare Your Face For Sisterhood charity challenge which encourages women to go 'naked' (ie make-up free) to work for a day and be treated by Priceline staff to a make-over at Sydney's Martin Place and Priceline stores nationally. Donations will go to the Look Good Feel Better Charity, supporting women with cancer.
Visit www.30daysoffashionandbeauty.com.au for more information.
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