Furla launches SS20 campaign with Irina Shayk

Furla taps supermodel Irina Shayk and established Argentinian model Nicolas Ripoll for their Spring Summer 2020 ADV campaign, shot by the internationally renowned photographer Giampaolo Sgura.

This season connects the Italian house with the creative duo Magnus Berger and Tenzin Wild for the creative direction of the campaign, styling by George Cortina and casting by Piergiorgio Del Moro.


The result is timeless – a smooth evolution of Furla’s black and white interpretation for Fall Winter 2019, it features a background of soft, almost pale hues and essential styling, giving the centre stage to the products, which are elegant yet colourful and joyful.

The shots examine and translate the codes of Furla with its over 90 years of history and its unmistakably Italian DNA. The models’ effortless and fun attitude ensures a refreshingly unpretentious and naturally beautiful campaign.

In the video Irina and Nicolas playfully explore brand keywords such as ‘Amore’, ‘Modernità’, ‘Eleganza’, ‘Design’, ‘Colore’ and of course ‘Italiana’, further accentuating Furla’s values and deeply Italian essence.

Source: FURLA

Bras N Things launch new Body Bliss campaign with Jennifer Atilemile, Jessica Quinn and Steph Claire Smith

Embrace comfort, style and confidence in 2020 with Bras N Things’ best-selling Body Bliss range – updated to be better than ever.

Jennifer Atilemile, Jessica Quinn and Steph Claire Smith star in the new campaign which celebrates confidence, strength and the feeling you only get when you find a comfy, perfectly fitting bra – simply bliss.

Body Bliss has always been the ultimate everyday bra offering maximum comfort, fit and support but with a fresh new update, your favourite Bras N Things’ bra just got even better. It even comes with a love note from Bras N Things.

Bras N Things’ National Marketing Manager Natalie Chalmers said: “This campaign captures the essence of the Body Bliss range. It’s all about feeling comfortable, it’s simply bliss. Steph, Jessica and Jennifer embody this and are all women who feel comfortable in their skin. While they all have different stories to tell and have overcome different challenges in their lives, it’s their strength, resilience and confidence that has been the driving force behind their achievements.”

“At Bras N Things we think that behind every successful woman is herself. This is true for the women in this campaign and women everywhere – which is something to celebrate. We know this is a campaign woman will love and embrace.”

Made from the same super soft fabric with marshmallow foam cups, the Body Bliss range now has padded hook and eye fasteners, softer shoulder straps and flexible underwire for extra comfort.

Available in three colours including new ‘berry’ option, the Body Bliss collection features a range of styles including full cup, push, strapless and convertible strap options.

Choose from the contour up to a size 16E, push to a size 14D, double push to a size 14DD, full cup to a size 18E and the new curvy style available in a size 20 D and E and a 22 D and E. Strapless styles are available in contour to a size 18D, push up to a size 16D and full cup to a size 18DD.

Francesca Anderson, General Manager of Product, Bras N Things said: “We are always looking for ways to improve our designs to give our customers even more comfort and better fit. I am excited to launch these updates to our customers’ favourite range – Body Bliss. It’s the same super soft fabric and styles our customers love, but we have introduced a padded hook and eye feature which feels soft against the body, flexible underwire and softer straps for maximum comfort all day. We know our customers will love the updates and new berry colour – a fun addition to the everyday range.”

Available at Bras N Things stores Australia-wide and online at www.brasnthings.com.

Source: Bras N Things

Call Time on Melanoma x UNE PIECE

This Summer, UNE Piece want you to tell them why you are having a #SunConsciousSummer. UNE PIECE has teamed up with Call Time on Melanoma to help raise funds in the fight against Melanoma.

To help raise much needed funds, they’re asking you to post a photo of yourself in UNE PIECE to your Instagram feed, tag @une_piece and @calltimeonmelanoma, and say why you are having a #SunConsciousSummer. They will donate $5 for every post between now and 29 February 2020.

UNE Piece asked four beautiful #unepiecewomen to tell us why they are having a #SunConsciousSummer, below. They can’t wait to see your reasons as to why you are having a #SunConsciousSummer.

“This summer I’m all about having a #SunConsciousSummer because I’m preparing for a kidney transplant… Once I have my kidney transplant I’ll be on a bucket load of immune-suppressant drugs leaving me very vulnerable to developing skin cancers. So I’m all about covering up! Also I want to set a good example of sun safety to my children. ”

“This is what my #SunConsciousSummer looks like! Every three months my gran has spots cut out of her skin, she made me promise to take care of mine! I carry my @une_piece everywhere in every colour so I can still enjoy the ocean and sunshine, while keeping my promise! ”

“I’m having a #SunConsciousSummer because I want to protect my naturally pale skin from the harmful Queensland rays and reduce the risks of developing Melanoma (which I recently found out was the third most common cancer in Australian women). I am so proud to share this super important message and aim to be a positive role model in all things #sunsafety to help bring more awareness.”

“Who’s having a #SunConsciousSummer? You know I have a firm #foc attitude and after hearing @ginasavage1 last week reminds us you can never be too young or beautiful to dodge melanoma -so I’m even more committed. So wherever I travel I always pack my @une_piece and let’s @calltimeonmelanoma. ”

Source: UNE Piece 

TWO SPARROW swimwear: pieces made from plastic bottles and fishing nets found in the ocean

Two Sparrow Australia is a sustainable swimwear brand with a focus on creating comfortable, luxurious swimwear for the socially conscious woman.

All Two Sparrow swimwear fabrics are made of recycled plastic bottles and fishing nets found in the ocean, aiming to reduce the impact fast fashion has on the earth.

It takes over 200 years for regular swimwear made of nylon to degrade in landfill when thrown out (Generic classification based on chemical composition as defined by the Textile Fiber Products Identification aCT (Manufactured Category))

Two Sparrow is aiming to close the loop by ensuring the brand’s swimwear does not end up in landfill by participating in the ‘Recycle your Kini’ program. When a Two Sparrow swimsuit’s life comes to an end, the owner can send a message via the ‘Recycle your Kini’ enquiry form for a return postbag (Recycled Poly Mailer) which will be mailed out free of charge. From there the swimwear will be sent back to its original source to be further recycled, ensuring it does not go to landfill like regular swimwear which can take up to 200 years to degrade if it was not further recycled.

Two Sparrow Australia is the creation of Jade Sewell-Robertson who says, “Sustainability is not just a hot topic – it’s the actions we can all take to ensure we do not continue to deplete our natural resources; reducing the ecological imbalance fast fashion creates.”

There’s a two-part mission to Two Sparrow – Sewell-Robertson wants to be a part of the change in making all fashion sustainable including materials, manufacturing and packaging as well as creating beautiful, flattering styles that encourage happiness in women.

Sewell-Robertson of Two Sparrow is fully focused on reducing the impact fast fashion has on the earth through ensuring the right fit and style using AI technology to encourage confidence, wherever in the world you may be.

Sewell-Robertson’s background is in both business and technology says using AI technology helps to get the right fit encouraging sustainability further through less returns and less waste through appropriate sizing – “through our digital fitter, our products are able to find the perfect size, first time round ensuring maximum confidence when wearing bathers because they actually fit”, says Sewell-Robertson.

“When purchasing swimwear for summer, invest in swimwear that is ethically and sustainably made”, says Sewell Robertson. “Buy less, buy better quality and better fitting swimwear to reduce waste from fast swimwear”.

Not only is Two Sparrow ticking the boxes from an ethical and sustainability point of view, Sewell-Robertson made sure the swimwear brand contained something for everyone. “I wanted to create something I wanted to wear to the beach or that my girlfriends would feel comfortable wearing, says Sewell- Robertson. The launch collection contains underwire tops, soft cups, off the shoulder, high waist, V-bottoms, Midi-bottoms, low back one-pieces and rashie-styles.

Source: Two Sparrow

Inside the the NGV Gala 2019

The third annual NGV Gala has celebrated the opening of the unprecedented, world premiere exhibition, Keith Haring & Jean-Michel Basquiat: Crossing Lines which intertwines the work of two of the world’s most celebrated conceptual artists.

In an Australian exclusive appearance, international hip-hop/rap group Salt-N-Pepa performed their hit songs “Push It”, “Let’s Talk About Sex”, “Shoop” and “Whatta Man”. International lenders to the blockbuster exhibition were In attendance at the NGV Gala including original stylist to Madonna and famed polaroid photographer Maripol, Warhol Muse and art collector ‘Baby’ Jane Holzer and International superstar artist KAWS.

The night also included three highlight fashion moments on the red carpet with Australian model AKIIMA styled in a spectacular avant-garde Victor & Rolf couture creation, actress Tasia Zalar wearing an elegant dress and jewellery by Indigenous designers Lyn-Al Young and Maree Clarke (both featured In Vogue’s 60th anniversary Issue), Australian model Andreja Pejic dressed in custom Romance Was Born and Gina Riley’s daughter up and coming actress Maggie McKenna In custom Jason Grech.


  • Georgia May Jagger & Lizzy Jagger: models and daughters of Jerry Hall & Mick Jagger
  • Salt-N-Pepa: Hip Hop/rap duo
  • Andreja Pejic: Supermodel
  • Akiima: Australian Model
  • Tasia Zalar: Actress
  • Rachel Griffiths: Actress

  • Megan Gale and Shaun Hampson: Australian Model/ Retired footballer
  • Phoebe Tonkin: Australian Actress
  • Gemma Ward: Australian Model
  • Isabel Lucas: Australian Actress and Model
  • Samantha Harris: Australian Model
  • Courtney Barnett: Musician
  • Isabella Manfredi: Australian Musician
  • Bella Heathcote: Australian Actress

  • Magda Szubanski: Australian Actress
  • Isabella Giovinazzo: Australian Actress
  • Kate Ceberano: Musician
  • Jacob Luppino & Anthony Pittorino; J’Aton Designers
  • Rebecca Judd: TV Presenter/ Wife of Chris Judd
  • Cameron Robbie: Social Influencer/ Brother of Margot Robbie
  • Natasha Oakley: Social Influencer
  • Elliot Garnaut: Stylist

Source: NGV