This Friday is the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. Omika aims to help women live courageous, purpose driven lives – living courageously manifests in many ways, such as standing for what is right. Whilst this national day … Continue reading I’m Not Clay – Bullying No Way
We are honoured to feature a guest post by Ariel Pearse, Miss Tourism International 2016/17. Ariel has lived in both Auckland and Brisbane, she is studying social entrepreneurship and has volunteered for eighteen months as a missionary for The Church … Continue reading International Women’s Day
What is your definition of a modest dress? Some define modest clothing by how much skin is showing or covered, perhaps by how tight or how loose the outfit is. Perhaps a dress is skin tight or form fitting, perhaps … Continue reading Modest dresses at the Golden Globes 2017
Hi there! Melody from Omika here. So, what is the KISS method? Keep It Simple Stupid! So many times, I make the mistake of creating too many new years’ resolutions, which makes it hard to focus and actually make them … Continue reading My Goals for 2017: The KISS Method
Today is World Kindness Day! The first person who sprang to mind was Elizabeth Kikkert. Elizabeth is a Tongan-Australian mother of five who serves as a member of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly. Elizabeth was recently appointed the Shadow … Continue reading World Kindness Day with Elizabeth Kikkert MLA
The 11th of November is Remembrance Day. In Australia, this date marks the anniversary of the end of the First World War, which left 9-13 million dead. Each year, we observe one minute’s silence at 11am to remember those who … Continue reading Remembrance Day
Brisbane based makeup artist Ari’Elle Liufau, shares with us her quick tips for when you’re in a hurry. My fascination for makeup started from as far back as I can remember and over my thirty years of life, makeup became … Continue reading 365 Days with Ari’Elle
We’re not entirely sure we like the term “plus size” – the statistics are, that the average woman in Australia and America is about size 14, therefore it seems quite ridiculous that the average size is considered “plus size”! But … Continue reading Where are the plus size dresses?
It’s Book Week! Many of us are scrambling madly to find costumes for our little ones, as schools embark on their annual tradition of the Book Week parade… or perhaps you’re a teacher and are lucky enough to dress up … Continue reading Book Week!
Have you heard of the Aussies making waves in New York City? Sisters Chaya Chanin and Simi Polonsky are the creators of The Frock NYC, an iconic label boasting timeless, classic wardrobe pieces that reflect their Aussie flair and orthodox Jewish … Continue reading The Frock NYC – Aussies making waves across the globe
In our lives we all have life changing experiences that we will remember for life – Ariel Pearse was recently selected as a top 6 finalist in Miss World New Zealand 2016. We asked Ariel to share what she learnt from the experience. Ariel, did you ever imagine you would be competing in the Miss World competition? What were your reasons for entering? I’ve always known that it was an attractive option for someone who wants to get involved with charity on an international scale. It was one of the avenues I wanted to take in order to learn more … Continue reading Be Authentic: an interview with Ariel Pearse