— I try to push Australian brands, of course, most of them my friends and for sure there are lots of big brands that I love, but yes, the priority is always for up-and-coming ones.
I think that is what stylist should be doing - exposing people new things, mixing it up.
— As a stylist, you have lots of power, even though you don't realize it. You giving to young brands those connections that they craving for.
— Lots of people who follow me are working in the industry and often when I post something they message me, asking questions, how they can work with the brands so they also can shoot them. That's really cool.
It's very important today more than ever before to be well connected and I'm happy to help with that. I love to support new designers, new stores.
— That really makes you very special, because most of the stylists would prefer to use well-established brands and here you go, there is Balenciaga scarf all over again.
— Well, I do use big brands for styling, especially when I'm back in Australia. They are important and create such beautiful pieces but I still think it has to be 80% of contemporary, new and local brands. And they can to be mixed up with some luxury. When I'm styling I want to show a fresh perspective, I don't want to do them same thing as everyone else!