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Tuesday 29 September 2015
Arts Fashion

interview with fashion designer ginan tabbouch

Bridget Conway
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  After attending Fashion UnWINEd in Sydney earlier this month, hosted by Diana Antonijevic and Isabella Katan of Style & Beautify Me, I was inspired to get in touch with a few of the designers showcased during the evening. One designer in particular really stuck with me – and that was Ginan Tabbouch. Her work…
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Tuesday 12 March 2013
Featured

schizophrenia and the writer: the curse of the self

lip magazine
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Certainty kills one’s curiosity and blinds one’s mind’s eye to the wondrous questions we need to ask ourselves as we write. Uncertainty should be our guide. Likewise self-doubt is something all serious writers worth their salt wrestle with. Without some self-doubt and uncertainty one would descend into a self-satisfied mediocrity. Yet for someone who endures…
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Monday 19 November 2012
Featured Music

creative spirit : introducing mimi velevska

lip magazine
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‘If Anthony Kiedis, Slash and Tina Turner had a red-head musical love child, I’d be her.’ 23-year-old Melbourne-based musician, Mimi Velevska exudes a warm-hearted, carefree and charismatic attitude that seems to rub off on those that are affected by her presence. Through her music, Velevska endeavours to help everyone do away with the same kind…
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Tuesday 28 June 2011
Arts Featured

29 Ways to Stay Creative

Rebecca Howden
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Being creative is hard. It’s unpredictable, and difficult to control. Sometimes it just flows (for me, it’s usually when I’m in that in-between state of consciousness, about to fall asleep- which is both wonderful and incredibly annoying), other times you feel like there’s an empty void where all your ideas should be. But there’s nothing…
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Thursday 16 October 2008
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Two Flat Whites- promoting Aussie talent

Victoria Nugent
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Here at lip, we’re all in favour of giving creative types the chance to share their talent with the world.  Two Flat Whites is an Australian website with a similar goal. It describes itself as a “network for Fashion, Design, Music, Film, Food, Lifestyle, Community, Writing and Small Business.”  The site showcases the talents of…
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Sunday 23 March 2008
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Cherry Hood

Tessa Muskett
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I have always been annoyed at the predominance of the objectification of the female form in art. Even today. Not because it is condescending to women but because it is not socially acceptable for the male form to be treated in the same way. People walk down the street with Kate Moss on their shirt…
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Wednesday 27 February 2008
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What is art?

Tessa Muskett
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Is defining art a pointless exercise? Does it have more in common with vacuuming than the fact that both seem to be done regularly and everybody does it differently? Today our guide led us through a small hallway to a dead end. The reason we were brought here was to look upon a vacuum cleaner…
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