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Models pose for Barre Brisbane class photo shoot


Make Working Out Fun With Barre Classes

We all know A-list models and celebs love their Barre classes and finally the workout - which is a fusion of yoga, Pilates and ballet conditioning exercises - has arrived in Brisbane!

Barre Brisbane is launching its first Queensland studio in West End this month on 25 February. With a wide variety of classes on offer, Barre Brisbane is a fun way to get fit and works towards that Victoria Secret body.

Memberships and casual class passes can be purchased at www.barrebrisbane.com.au.


Sydney Airport Continues Designer Store Announcements

Leading International fashion brands Kate Spade, Michael Kors and TUMI are touching down in Sydney. The store announcements are the latest to follow the recent news of Tiffany & Co. opening at Sydney Airport’s new T1 International luxury precinct.

There is no better excuse for a designer splurge than being on holiday and soon passengers will be able to shop the latest trends before jet setting on their travel journeys.

Beautiful Kate Spade shot front


Jesinta Campbell is coming to Indooroopilly Shopping Centre

Model and David Jones ambassador, Jesinta Campbell, will be making an appearance at Indooroopilly Shopping Centre’s Autumn Winter 2016 Fashion Launch and VIP Shopping Event.

The event will feature a runway showcasing the latest trends for A/W 2016 and include a VIP shopping experience. If you’d like to attend the night, you can enter to win VIP tickets to the fashion showcase held on Thursday 10 March 2016.


The Woolmark Company and Christopher Raeburn to Showcase a Unique Collaboration for AW16 London Fashion Week

British designer Christopher Raeburn is the latest to collaborate with The Woolmark Company. As part of the designer collaboration, Merino wool will play a central role in the creation of Christopher Raeburn's AW16 womenswear presentation - putting the iconic Woolmark brand and Merino wool centre stage at London Fashion Week.


Words: Frances van Eeden