“Frock Paper Scissors is more than just a fashion magazine. Produced and curated by students, Frock gives young minds the opportunity to showcase their work and delve into unexplored territory, separating Frock from other magazines on the market.” We caught up with the creative bunch behind this years fresh pages and were really inspired by their commitment and vigour.
Brisbanites get ready! We will be teaming up with the creative crew behind this year’s Hidden Lanes Festival in The Valley – and boy oh boy, it’s sure to be a treat!
The Hidden Lanes Festival is the culmination of Winn, Bakery and California lanes coming together to celebrate its collective tenants, that will wet the palette of its patrons in a festival celebrating fashion, food, music, art, and entertainment.
Dealing With Change: Someone once said something like Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.
So when the shopping centres were gearing up to end single use plastic bags, I noticed my mum was freaking out a bit. She really relies on those shopping bags; they become her bin bags, her sandy, wet clothes bags, her doggy bags, her everything bags. Yes, her anxiety was doing a wee number on her and I realised she needed a little help and motivation.
We caught up with talented Canberra artist Paris Lomé to find out how she gets her creativity flowing and what life is like living in the country’s capital. When she’s not scooping up spoonfuls of hot curry or devouring chocolate, you can usually find this young lass with a paintbrush in hand. Her illustrations are filled with whimsy, movement and life like representations of everything from a cute wedding portrait to a tea cosy covered kettle. We were so baffled to find out during this interview that Paris is only 19!! Seriously, her talent with a brush and sincerity behind her work is just wonderful.
You may recognise Alice from one of our Brisbane Rummages, you know that lovely face with the soft smile and kind eyes? That’s Alice! We just adore her calm and fluid nature, her neutral tones, her sense of humour! We also learned through this interview that she’s cooking up a few exciting creative projects, including a children’s book and a greeting card collection with her illustrations. When she’s not making and selling ethical skin care products that is!!