Megan Park Spring Summer ’13 Launch

One look at Megan Park’s Spring/Summer ‘13 collection and I’m already longing for the warm rays of summer. Bright colours of sulphur, poppy and orchid in light summer fabrics and vibrant floral prints dominate the collection, inspired by the label’s recent trip to India.

REVIEW: MSFW’13

This post was first published as part of Brittany’s Catalyst blogging residency, ‘The Two Review’ with fellow student Alexandra McManus. The Two Review offered a unique double review of all things Melbourne. Below, however are just… Continue reading

REVIEW: Meet The Two

This post was first published as part of Brittany’s Catalyst blogging residency, ‘The Two Review’ with fellow student Alexandra McManus. The Two Review offered a unique double review of all things Melbourne. Below, however are just… Continue reading

REVIEW: Queen Victoria Night Market

This post was first published as part of Brittany’s Catalyst blogging residency, ‘The Two Review’ with fellow student Alexandra McManus. The Two Review offered a unique double review of all things Melbourne. Below, however are just… Continue reading

REVIEW: Cafe Crawl

This post was first published as part of Brittany’s Catalyst blogging residency, ‘The Two Review’ with fellow student Alexandra McManus. The Two Review offered a unique double review of all things Melbourne. Below are just Brittany’s… Continue reading

OPSM S/S’13

This article was first published by Onya Magazine on 21st August 2013 (More Than) 50 Shades Of Style: OPSM S/S’13 Launch For someone who doesn’t even wear glasses, I was unusually excited walking… Continue reading

Mavericks Laces

This article was first published by Onya Magazine on 6th August 2013 Lace It Up: Mavericks Laces With the winter weather either sending us into hibernation or forcing us to cover up our… Continue reading

Onyapreneur: Leonnee Pinchen-Martin

This article was first published by Onya Magazine on 31st July 2013. Onyapreneur: Leonnee Pinchen-Martin A country girl from Tamworth, Leonnee Pinchen-Martin graduated from the CATC Design School in Sydney and went straight into a… Continue reading

Indonesian Film Festival Hits Melbourne

This news report was originally published on the City Journal Online. Summary: A film festival is strengthening the relationship between Indonesia and Australia, by offering Australians an insight into Indonesian culture. Brittany Stewart reports. The… Continue reading

Fifty Shades of Mary-Sue

Examining why it is women who tend to be the most active of participatory audiences, the concept of ‘Mary Sue’ in fan fiction and looking at the theory of textual poaching in regard to the Fifty Shades of Grey “phenomenon”.

1700 – Live Music Show

For two seasons in 2012 and 2013, Brittany hosted 1700, Melbourne’s only youth produced, live music show screened on weeknights on Channel 31. Featuring music clips, live interviews, performances and entertaining segments created… Continue reading

Nation Institute of Circus Arts

This article was first published by Onya Magazine on 25th June 2013 All The Right Moves: National Institute Of Circus Arts It was a diverse crowd that gathered in the National Institute of… Continue reading

Face your Fear Of Flying

This article was first published by Onya Magazine on 11th June 2013 ’ll never forget the opening scene of the film French Kiss. In it, we hear the dull moan of an aeroplane’s engine… Continue reading

NEWS: 24th May 2013

Researching, writing and reading the news. First published on City Journal Online. Listen to the May 24th City Journal news bulletin read by David Ross and Brittany Stewart – RMIT engineering students react to… Continue reading

NEWS – May 27th 2013

Researching, writing and reading the news. First published on City Journal Online. Listen to the May 27th news podcast read by Dragana Mrkaja and Brittany Stewart. Produced by Jordyn Butler. – Protestors gather… Continue reading

The Devil Wears Rhonda

This article was first published on Media Musings in May 2013. Summary: ‘Rhonda’ swaps AAMI for the ABC in new magazine drama Paper Giants: Magazine Wars charting the 80’s rivalry between Aussie mags Women’s… Continue reading

The Just-About-Average Gatsby: Why Are We Still Waiting?

This article was first published on Media Musings in May 2013 Summary: It’s filmed in Australia, features a strong cast of Australian actors and the director himself hails from Down Under. So why… Continue reading

The Breast Thing She Could Have Done

This article was first published on Media Musings in May 2013. Summary: Media reaction to Angelina Jolie’s announcement of her double mastectomy. Angelina Jolie: The Breast Thing She Could Have Done ‘Breasts’ is… Continue reading

Local Label From Britten Awarded Top Fashion Prize

Melbourne based label From Britten take out the top National Designers Award 2013.

IV: Assistant Fashion Director Zanerobe

This article was first published by Onya Magazine on 30th April 2013 As the dial tone rings in my ear, I have a sudden panic that what I have elected to wear is not… Continue reading