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Australia style Spring and Summer 2013

Janet Sahm | 20 September 2012

Next season promises to be easy breezy, clothes and all. Here’s a roundup of our favorite Australian trends and designers we hope to see stateside soon!


Oprah in Oz

Tamara El-Rahi | 26 January 2011
I continue to be amazed by the reaction that Oprah’s visit to Australia created. We were calling the Sydney Opera House the “Oprah House” during her visit, for goodness’ sake!
 
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