Neutrals, florals and fine fabrics combine for style that’s effortless in every way.
Three talented South Australian women have turned their big ideas into successful and lucrative, female-led enterprise. You can read about their business journeys in the latest issue of South Australian Style, but for some fun facts read on…
Tammy Barton / MyBudget
She’s one of South Australia’s most-known female-led successes and her story has been told times over. Tammy Barton’s big idea was simple – to help people out of financial trouble. That was 21 years ago, and what started from her kitchen table is now a $34 million-a-year business.
In five year’s I hope to be… the founder of a global company, with MyBudget operating in at least three countries.
Last big-ticket purchase… a sauna. My husband and I have been reading about all the health benefits of an infrared sauna – it literally just arrived!
Best advice I’ve ever received… greatness is not a function of circumstances. Greatness is largely a matter of conscious choice and discipline.
When I was young I wanted to be a… a singer! Unfortunately, I find it hard to hold a note!
Georgia Hatzis / GGPR
A chance start in fashion was all founder of nationally renowned PR agency GGPR needed, the rest of her success has been self-made through hard work and a determination to be part of the industry she loves.
My style is influenced by… French girls and my Godmother Karin.
The last thing I bought was… Lex Pott candles.
My favourite Australian-made label is… Viktoria & Woods.
If I wasn’t in PR I would be… a stylist, photographer or a homewares buyer.
Nadia Travaglini / Studio Botanic
Floral artistry is a thing and Adelaide’s Nadia Travaglini is at the helm. Her arrangements are big, and the thought and tenacity that goes into the placement of every single stem is the reason she’s risen to the top of her game
My style icon is… Dior.
My artistry is influenced by… floral artists like Mary Lennox.
My favourite flower is… Nepenthe Pitcher Plant, but it can change with the seasons.
Best advice I’ve ever received… surround yourself with people who are better than you.
This Saturday, October 10, make your way to The Parade, Norwood, and take advantage of the great sales on offer. From 8:30am – 6pm, all your favourites will be offering in store specials for one day only. Browse the Sidewalk Sale and soak up the atmosphere; there’ll also be live entertainment.
DENIM & CLOTH
Stop past Denim and Cloth to update your Spring wardrobe with 25% off storewide. You’ll also be treated to a drink with purchase.
153 The Parade, Norwood
Indulge in 20% off the modern and timeless full-priced styles. From the 10th – 11th October, book a one-on-one styling appointment with the in-house team at Trenery, The Parade.
8/161 The Parade, Norwood
Take a further 50% off the extensive range of already reduced styles at Blue Illusion. The French-inspired brand comprises of clothing, shoes and accessories.
1-2/145 The Parade, Norwood
Clothes, jewellery, shoes, makeup, bags, phone cases, you name it! Sportsgirl are taking a further 50% off their already reduced styles.
3/161 The Parade, Norwood
Aqua Boutique has 10% off storewide (Hammill & Co excluded), featuring brands such as COOPER, Delphine and more.
224 The Parade, Norwood
Serafina Boutique is offering 20% off storewide, including an additional 20% off reduced items.
161 The Parade, Norwood
Soal Sister is offering 20% off accessories in-store. Their gorgeous range includes handmade statement pieces, beads, earrings, bags and other accessories.
258 The Parade, Norwood
YOURS & MINE BOUTIQUE
Rent a clothing rack for one week and get the second week free at Yours & Mine Boutique. The new pre-loved clothing store is the perfect place to sell all your unloved pieces.
1208 The Parade, Norwood
There’s something for everyone at Hanger Lane. Visit the store and receive a free $20 voucher. Valid until 10 November 2020.
1/Norwood Mall The Parade, Norwood
Quality menswear and global labels are a staple at Burlingtons. Head in-store for details of their offer.
Parade Pavilion/53-59 The Parade, Norwood
Dream in style this Spring with 40% off selected styles at Peter Alexander. 35/161 The Parade, Norwood
Stock up on new summer styles ready for the warm weather ahead, with 20% off storewide at Shouz.
1/205 The Parade, Norwood
Enjoy 20% off storewide on all footwear at Jo Mercer. Along with accessories, bags, jewellery and wallets.
154B The Parade, Norwood
IAN’S SHOES FOR WOMEN
Full price footwear will be 20% off at Ian’s Shoes for Women (excluding FRANKiE4).
3/205 The Parade, Norwood
All the big brands are on sale at Sportspower with 20% off all full priced footwear.
13/161 The Parade, Norwood
HELLO DOLLY HATS
Beautifully handcrafted headpieces and children’s hair accessories will be available from $40 in front of the Norwood Town Hall with their pop-up stall.
If you’re looking for accessories, head to MIMCO with 20% off full-priced items (exclusions apply, see in store for details).
6/161 The Parade, Norwood
Shop a selected range of unique and vibrant handbags, wallets, luggage and travel accessories for 20% off the RRP.
11/161 The Parade, Norwood
Visit Bauhaus to receive 50% off clutches and 15% off on costume jewellery.
4/161 The Parade, Norwood
For Mediterranean inspired fashion and accessories Eccola is the place. They’re offering 15% off storewide (excluding Hale Mercantile Co).
66 The Parade, Norwood
VINTAGE & THRIFT SHOPS
Save 20% off vintage and second-hand pieces at Elcies, with all sale proceeds donated to Lutheran Community Care.
43-45 The Parade, Norwood
SAVE THE CHILDREN
Protect and support children around the world at Save the Children. The first 50 customers will receive a free goodie bag.
63 The Parade, Norwood
A STAR IS WORN
For great vintage and retro finds head to A Star is Worn. Customers will receive 15% off VIP vouchers in-store, along with a free styling session and 15% off purchases. Free nibbles and refreshments will be available.
15/Norwood Mall, The Parade
RSPCA OP SHOP
There’ll be live window models and a Donation Station, plus special in-store offers.
68 The Parade, Norwood
For a great offer, visit Vinnies on The Parade for 40% off all clothing (excluding new school uniforms).
70 The Parade, Norwood
Optomed Optometrists is offering in-practice discount cards with $50 off the normal price when purchasing prescription lenses with a combined frame and lens value of over $300. Free professional in-store cleaning of glasses and free glaucoma screening are also available.
25/Norwood Mall, The Parade
Keep your eyewear stylish and lens up-to-date with 50% off lens options at Specsavers.
14/161 The Parade, Norwood
health + beauty
The first 30 Sister Club members that spend over $50 will receive a free goodie bag at Priceline Pharmacy.
12/161 The Parade, Norwood
SILK LASER CLINIC
Beauty lovers will want to know about this one – a massive 50% off laser and skin treatments at Silk Laser Clinic.
3/185 The Parade, Norwood
OUTDOORS ON PARADE
Take advantage of 50-70% off Sunnylife products at Outdoors On Parade. Stock up on all your summer essentials for the pool, beach and picnic.
51 The Parade, Norwood
A TRIP TO THE MOON
Get a Fred Flamingo Float Tea Infuser with any purchase over $120. Limit one per person.
155 The Parade, Norwood
Enjoy 10% off full priced products at Urban Home Republic – Linen Lover Members will also receive an extra 5% off (T&C’s and exclusions apply – see in-store for details).
209-211 The Parade, Norwood
BED, BATH N’ TABLE
Head there for 50% off selected items (see in-store for details).
209-211 The Parade, Norwood
If you’re after window furnishings and expert interior advice you’ll want to speak to the team at Mardaw Interiors. Visit them in-store for their offer.
26 The Parade, Norwood
Since 1851, The Colonist has been a staple in the Adelaide pub scene, known for its eclectic interior and energetic atmosphere. Specialising in small and large modern Australian dishes, the pub also hosts an impressive cocktail, craft beer and wine list.
Upon arrival, high ceilings and elaborate copper roofing catch the eye. Combined with the original pub wallpaper and Gustave Klimt paintings on the walls, the space is warm and welcoming. Order a gin and tonic at the main bar or take advantage of the alfresco dining during the warmer months.
On the weekend, enjoy all-day breakfast. Between the Tasmanian Smoked Salmon Florentine or the Loaded Brekkie, there is something for everyone. Pair with a freshly squeezed OJ or a Bloody Mary cocktail and start the day right! As a dog-friendly venue, weekend brunch at The Colonist is the perfect excuse to get your furry friend out and about.
The current lunch and dinner menus have a seasonal focus. Head Chef, Dean Lennerth focuses on fresh flavours that champion local produce. Enjoy the Salt ‘n’ Peter Squid Salad with crispy noodle slaw or Grilled Local Halloumi with tomato salsa. You’ll still find all your pub favourites, like the 250g Chargrilled Angus Sirloin and the Crispy Chicken Burger with sweet potato wedges, and there’s plenty of gluten-free and vegetarian options available too.
As South Australia becomes increasingly renowned for its microbreweries, The Colonist offers an extensive range of South Australian craft beers. Find Mismatch Brewing, Vale Brewing and Lobethal Bierhaus all on the menu. The taps change regularly, so be sure to check ‘The Colonist Real Time Tap List’ available online.
The cocktail and wine list will not disappoint. As the popularity of gin grows, The Colonist offers a broad selection of Australian favourites. The extensive range of cocktails includes a Tropical Gin Spritz and Nosferatu Blood Orange Negroni – every Sunday from 3-5pm, you’ll find these available for just $10. Enjoy a glass from the long list of premium local wines from popular regions such as McLaren Vale, Coonawarra and the Barossa.
The Colonist is open Monday – Friday for lunch and dinner, and Saturday 9am – Late.
We all know how the nursery rhyme goes, but Jack & Jill’s Bar and Restaurant is no child’s play.
Jack & Jill’s quietly opened in October of 2019 in the former Old Friend site on Pirie Street. After a tough start to 2020, the venue joins a flock of bar and restaurants welcoming sophisticated night life back to the Pirie Street precinct.
The renovated street-level restaurant is spacious with a warm fit-out – think timber, crushed velvet and exposed lighting. It’s chic without being fussy.
During the warmer months, the front bifold doors extend out welcoming street diners into a porch-like dining space.
Designed for large groups to gather and share, the modern Australian menu offers a generous selection of smaller and larger plates.
The menu draws from a range of global influences, from Korean (sticky fried chicken and crunchy slaw) to Middle Eastern (spiced lamb shoulder with pearl couscous) and Sri Lankan (barramundi curry and coconut rice). There’s plenty of vegetarian options available too – try the whole roasted cauliflower with radish, beetroot and warm buttermilk dressing.
If there’s room for more, don’t go past a serve of the sweet potato doughnuts and sour cream ice cream or the local cheese plate.
After dinner, groups are encouraged to travel down the ‘hill’ to the Basement Bar. Lowly lit yet full of life, the after-hours bar serves innovative cocktails and a delightful local wine list of seasonal varieties from the Barossa to the Adelaide Hills wine regions.
Intimate without feeling small, the space welcomes local music acts each month and a host of resident DJs every weekend. Find the September line-up here.
Jack & Jill’s is open Tuesday – Friday, 12pm – Late and Saturday 6pm – Late. Basement Bar is open Friday and Saturday nights only.
Jack & Jill’s Bar and Restaurant
121 Pirie Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Photography Leslie Johnson
On September 19 make your way down to your closest Studio Pilates to support children with cancer and those who love them.
With 24 studios worldwide, Studio Pilates use advanced video technology to create high-energy 40-minute reformer workout sessions. They are hosting their second ‘Hundreds for Hope’ day next Saturday, which raises money for The Kids’ Cancer Project.
All proceeds from the fundraiser go towards improved cancer treatments, survivorship program development and medical research towards finding a cure.
Globally, an estimated 300,000 children between the ages of 0-19 are diagnosed with cancer every year, with three children dying weekly. Each day, three Australian families are given the tragic news ‘your child has cancer’.
South Australian Studio Pilates owner Joanne Thiele says the studios will open to the public and give people the opportunity to experience free reformer Pilates. “All you need to do is make a donation on the day. So please, rally friends, family and work buddies to come along and enjoy an inspiring full-body workout, on us.”
“We will also raffle off a 50-class pack at each of our four studios at Norwood, Unley, Adelaide City and Henley Beach to those that join us on Saturday,”
Collection tins will be available on the counters at all studio locations and donations can be made via The Kids’ Cancer Project.
Studio Pilates locations will open from 9:30am-2:30pm.
Blancspace Maison has opened its doors in a newly restored heritage-listed terrace in Adelaide’s CBD.
Founder Erin Fraser’s ambition is to encourage like-minded individuals to put their heads together to create high calibre experiences. The luxury co-working and event space welcomes all content creators, such as entrepreneurs, photographers, interior designers, calligraphers, lawyers and more.
Remarkable facilities are on offer, from the concept spaces, perfect for meetings or client entertainment, to the picturesque Terrace Balcony overlooking the CBD.
Twelve feet high ceilings and an immaculate marble bench bar catch your eye at the entrance, and three beautifully crafted office suites are available for hire, with crisp white walls and polished timber floors.
Host an intimate masterclass or cooking workshop in The Kitchen (fitted with an induction cooktop and a three-metre bench, doubling as a bar) or create editorial or high fashion style content in The Studio, with the main feature being the polished concrete floors, perfect for a flat lay. There’s also a house florist, catering and furniture available on site.
The event space will be reopening from September 2020, so be sure to get in fast. Leasing options for desks and suites are one day, one week, one, three or six months. Desk hire costs start at $599 and suite hire at $1500.
79 Angas Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Opening hours: 8:30am-5pm
Words Mia Vidale
Photography Kirsty Burns and Alice Healy
Take this opportunity to lunch with the ladies for a worthwhile cause. On Friday 11 September, The Miles Apart Foundation is hosting their first major fundraising event at Adelaide Oval to raise awareness for baby loss.
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month is coming up in October, this non-profit organisation has over 300 women attending the long lunch, with all proceeds going to charity.
“The event is a celebration of motherhood in all its forms and will raise funds to support those affected by baby loss”, says Founder of Miles Apart, Annabel Bower.
Miles Apart works closely with hospitals around Australia to increase awareness and support women and families dealing with baby loss.
“In Australia, six babies are stillborn every day. Annually, this number doubles that of the national road toll. In addition, one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage and each day two infants die”.
Statistics from St George’s University of London suggest that COVID-19 could increase stillbirths in Australia, after a recent increase in the United Kingdom.
Expectant mothers are reluctant to attend hospital in fear of infection and adding pressure to the National Health Service. In Australia, final figures will not be known until 2022.
Annabel’s fourth child, Miles, was stillborn. Having experienced this loss, she has written the book, Miles Apart, to grow awareness and assist others through this personal tragedy.
Through hospitals, local medical centres and pregnancy loss support services, the book will be available to grieving parents and families from this October.
“We hope through the event and book, we can support anyone who is suffering and guide those supporting the bereaved by opening up and normalising the conversation surrounding baby loss.”
Words by Mia Vidale
The Gathered Virtual Market is back again this weekend. The 3D market begins 10am Saturday 22nd August at www.gatheredsa.com.au. Expect exclusive offers and discounts, interactive features and a great line-up of South Australia’s finest local designers, artisans, creative collectives and small businesses… at your fingertips.
For a selection of personalised, embossed, hand-scripted prints and journals check out Bespoke2. Choose from a beautiful range of prints and gifts that can be personalised with special messages, names or initials.
Hive Artisan Collective
These pink titanium flower stud earrings from Hive Artisan Collective are unique and come in a range of colours and designs. Each flower is cut by hand using traditional methods to ensure a fine finish that will last.
Garden To Gallery
Jenni from Garden to Gallery creates these beautiful silk scarves using dyes crafted from plants, leaves, flowers and vegetables grown in her own garden and local environment. The result is unique, wearable art, crafted slowly and carefully, with love.
Simply Hygge Home
Hygge is a Danish word (pronounced hoo:gah) and it means to create a warm, cosy and soulful atmosphere. At Simply Hygge Home they source ethically-made, unique homewares from across the globe so you can create your very own ‘hygge’ home. A home that is a reflection of your personality, your vibe and your life’s journey.
In addition to their 12 base fragrances, Alluvia Beauty will be launching a brand new Candle of the Month to coincide with their return to Gathered! A limited edition fragrance will be launched each month – starting with August. Enquire about their subscription option to ensure you don’t miss out.
Hus In Helsinki
Nordic-inspired homewares and accessories from Hus In Helsinki, who create ethical, modern products for your home and slow living lifestyle. Every piece is thoughtfully made with the highest level of detail and best quality materials, and they pride themselves on using recycled, non-toxic, ethically-sourced and cruelty-free products wherever possible, keeping our Earth and her inhabitants happy.
That’s right – save 15% of all ligne roset products upholstered in alcantara fabric this august at domo. To help make your decision a little easier, we’ve put together a guide for what’s trending in interiors.
Rich velvet and suede are huge fabric trends. They’re both textural and luxe, emulating elegance and sophistication. The appearance of Alcantara Fabric is similar to that of suede, but its synthetic composition means functionality without compromising style.
Alcantara Fabric is available in 40 colours including a selection of neutrals, cool tones and vibrant brights. Lift a neutral space by choosing playful colours like a mossy green or mustard yellow. For a polished look, opt for minimal styling.
There’s been a noticeable shift away from traditional settees, with shoppers now opting for a more relaxed style. Curves suggest comfort, cosiness and luxury – the perfect place to curl up after a long day.
Known for enhancing the design details and curves of a sofa, Alcantara Fabric can help you achieve the ultimate luxe look without compromising comfort.
Choose well and a new sofa can be a ‘forever’ piece. It’s a big-ticket item, so buying something that’s enduring will last the distance. Alcantara Fabric is composed of 68% polyester and 32% polyurethane for increased durability and stain resistance.
Alcantara Fabric on sale at DOMO
Feeling inspired? We have an offer for you! One of the world’s most iconic furniture brands is on sale this month at DOMO. Interior addicts across Adelaide can get their hands on the high-end Ligne Roset sofas, with 15% off any Alcantara fabric custom order until August 31st. Shop online or visit Domo at 164 O’Connell St, North Adelaide to find out more.