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David Jones and Qantas partner to reward cardholders; Miranda Kerr on board
This morning well known Australian fashion model, Miranda Kerr, joined Qantas and David Jones execs to help promote their new branded credit card. They are hoping the public snap up their credit card at a time when many Australians are not in such a great position to endure even more credit pressure. Obviously Ms Kerr's financial position is different from many Australians so good luck to her and the top brass.
SYDNEY: Thursday 30 August 2012. Two of Australia’s most iconic brands, David Jones and Qantas, have partnered to enable Australian shoppers to earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points as an additional rewards option on the David Jones American Express Card.
From tomorrow (Friday 31 August 2012), all David Jones American Express Cardmembers will have the choice of converting their Reward Points to points in either the American Express Membership Rewards Program or the Qantas Frequent Flyer program.
With a points redemption of 1 Reward Point = 1 Membership Rewards point or 1 Reward Point = 0.75
Qantas Frequent Flyer points, the David Jones American Express Card offers one of the most attractive retail rewards programs available to shoppers and travellers in Australia.
David Jones CEO, Mr Paul Zahra says, “David Jones and Qantas are both recognised as premium
Australian brands with a strong heritage of service, which creates a natural affinity across our different business platforms.
“With American Express, this is a fantastic opportunity for David Jones to enhance our customer experience and provide new and rewarding opportunities for our David Jones American Express Cardmembers.
“We welcome Qantas as the newest addition to the portfolio of premium Australian brands that customers will find at David Jones and look forward to a successful – and rewarding – partnership.”
CEO Qantas Loyalty, Ms Lesley Grant says, “We are delighted to be launching our new alliance with David Jones and to further strengthen our long term partnership with American Express.
Qantas and David Jones share similar philosophies, including a strong commitment to customer service and both organisations take great pride in offering high quality products at great value.”
“We look forward to offering David Jones customers a world of options in terms of redeeming their points, including Reward flights across the Qantas domestic and global networks.”
From tomorrow (Friday 31 August, 2012), existing David Jones American Express Cardmembers can elect to choose the new Qantas Frequent Flyer Reward option by simply calling 1300 36 89 89.
The Qantas Frequent Flyer program launched in 1987 and has over 8.7 million members across Australian and globally. The program has more than 500 partners including airlines, hotels, financial institutions and retailers. More than 3.4 million Award flights were redeemed by members last year.
All new David Jones American Express Cardmembers will be offered the choice of American Express Membership Rewards or Qantas Frequent Flyer when they join, with both rewards programs including David Jones Gift Cards as redemption options.
Even More Rewards
David Jones will offer complimentary Qantas Frequent Flyer membership to David Jones American Express Cardmembers, who are not already a Qantas Frequent Flyer member, if they apply online at qantas.com/joinffdavidjones from tomorrow (Friday 31 August, 2012).
Existing Qantas Frequent Flyers will also benefit from the partnership, with David Jones Gift Cards now available through the online Qantas Frequent Flyer store.
The launch of the Qantas Frequent Flyer reward option with the David Jones American Express Card is phase one of David Jones’ partnership program with Qantas Frequent Flyer. David Jones Storecard members can look forward to the addition of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program as a rewards option to their card in 2013.
Mr Zahra says, “The real winners will be our customers. This is a meaningful reward that we know will resonate with our customer community and we look forward to being able to extend the benefit of our Qantas Frequent Flyer partnership to all of our Cardmembers.”
Mrs Brady heads Down Under for her love of tomatoes
Pop culture icon Florence Henderson, AKA Mrs Brady from classic hit TV series ‘The Brady Bunch’, is heading Down Under. Florence will visit Sydney from 25 June to 28 June to share her short-cut kitchen tips. Besides wearing the title of ‘America’s Favourite Mom’, Florence hosted a cooking variety show that saw her working with some of the world’s best chefs and has two cookbooks to her name.
Florence is coming to Australia thanks to the newly launched Ardmona Duo, a flavoursome mix of vine ripened Australian tomatoes and tomato paste in one easy to open can; the perfect short cut for cooks who want fabulous food on the table, quick smart.
Florence is the youngest of ten children as well as having four children of her own. “I’m not a professional cook, just someone who loves good food. I especially love tomatoes and their versatility. When I heard Ardmona was launching the Duo range where delicious vine ripened Australian tomatoes are combined with tomato paste, I thought, ‘what a great short cut creation’. One of my cook books was actually called Short Cut Cooking,” said Ms Henderson.
To coincide with Florence’s visit to Australia and the launch of Ardmona Duo, a Facebook App will be launched where Australians can sift through a plethora of essential timesaving short cut cooking tips. The Ardmona Book of Better Ways contains helpful tips such as how to stop rice from sticking, how to slice mushrooms quickly and evenly, how to effortlessly grate cheese with less mess, how to boil eggs without them cracking and how to easily open jars with pesky lids.
“When it comes to food, I’m a big believer in supporting local industry. Why buy imported products if what you’re growing locally is actually superior tasting? “I’ve tasted the Australian grown Ardmona tomatoes and compared them to Italian canned tomatoes and found the Ardmona product to be full of flavour. There is definitely something to be said about the sunshine vine ripened tomatoes of Down Under; they really know how to pack a flavoursome punch!”
Ardmona canned tomatoes are sourced from Victoria’s ‘fruit bowl’, the Goulburn Valley and Southern NSW. Ardmona exclusively uses tomatoes grown and manufactured in Australia. Ardmona tomatoes aren’t picked green and later ripened before being canned. These tomatoes are vine ripened and picked at their peak maturity to ensure the succulent tomato flavours are captured. Within 24 hours of harvesting, the tomatoes are cooked and sealed to preserve the true vine ripened rick flavour.
Ardmona Duo with the added richness of paste comes in straight finely chopped tomatoes with paste or;
•Finely Chopped Tomatoes with Paste and Basil & Garlic
•Finely Chopped Tomatoes with Paste and Herbs
•Finely Chopped Tomatoes with Paste and Roasted Capsicum
•Finely Chopped Tomatoes with Paste and Onion & Garlic
•Finely Chopped Tomatoes with Paste and Bolognese
Ardmona has been part of Aussie meals for generations... 90 years to be exact. From its beginnings as the Ardmona Fruits Products Cooperative Company Limited established in 1921, Ardmona has grown to deliver a range of trusted products, and is today the leading brand in the Canned Tomatoes category.
Mercedes Benz Fashion Week: Marvel Comics Inspired Fashion Marvellous
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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia today officially enjoyed day 1 in Sydney, Australia.
Yesterday it was media and insiders day, but it was today when MBFWA once again got to show itself off to the world.
In a world where life can imitate art, and fashion can take on all sorts of different forms, Marvel Comics - Marvel Entertainment superheroes got a whole lot of flash...adding to the strong buzz that Marvel's 'The Avengers' is already enjoying at the Australian and international box office.
Day one at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia was a colour fans and colour buyers dream come true, start with three very different, but equally bright, collections to open our most famous and favourite fashion fest.
In recent years, Romance Was Born shows have been staged late in the evening with elaborate, stagey productions where the theatricality of the show may have been accused of overriding the actual garments on display.
This time is was done very right. Romance Was Born opened Fashion Week in Sydney with a comparatively simple set inspired by the graphic Pop style of Marvel comics, cartoon superheroines and "Op Art".
Fashion models strutted up a lightning bolt-shaped catwalk showing off bright red wigs that brought us back to Ziggy Stardust - David Bowie images and memories. The makeup was what Fairfax Media and others have called "Kabuki-like", with big fake eyebrows, slashes of electric-blue eyeshadow and glossy red lips all the rage. Some media and buyers would have also thought of the KISS rock gods.
The clothes were also cartoon inspired. Marvel icon Stan Lee could not have dreamt his cartoons would once day be shown off on the world's most beautiful models. How about the Big Bridget Riley-style op art graphics on dresses and separates opened the show, before things got even crazier.
Romance Was Born is not for the conservative fashionista, but these days just about anything goes anyway. They put out clothing for parties and other events where wow factor and "look at me" rules. Multi-coloured digital print catsuits, sexy sequinned corseted, padded bomber jacket - interested... then this way out designer is for you ladies, or should that be 'Wonder Women'.
Queensland-based designer Gail Sorronda got a little more experimental this year. Ms Sorronda who enjoyed a strong response to showing her collection in Milan, Italy with the support of Dolce & Gabbana, has gone more for the type of bold colour and quirky print normally associated with designers such as Romance Was Born, moving away quite a bit from her traditional blacks and whites.
The title of her collection, Oh My Goth!, may have tricked a few fashion fans. Models stood motionless on spot-lit white plinths while groovy and scary music played. The models also showed off Pierrot-like black lips and pasty white faces, but this was contrasted with bright polka-dot blouses, patterned flares, tiered buttercup yellow dresses and headwear that reminded some media or Smarties - the confectionery brand.
Some media were not so happy about the darkness of the room, but it was done for the show - not the media. It showed them off wonderfully.
Gary Bigeni has a very quirky individual style – he wears riotous clashes of print and colour and currently sports bright blue hair – but the clothes he designs are clean, minimal and totally wearable.
He showed a refined collection of colour-blocked dresses, leather skirts and dresses, open-weave knitwear and prints that are well suited for a summer down under.
Rather than mashing up several bold colours together – as has been a popular trend in recent times – Bigeni mixed neutrals with bright seaside blues and fresh tangerines. There were elegant cropped pants, striped sweaters, draped skirts and cuffed shorts. All pretty cool stuff.
As we know, media always watches media, and the following observations have been noted, and blogged all over town...some of the fashion industry's best-known bloggers, editors and other media and PR folks are in 'Sin City' Sydney to catch Fashion Week. Vogue's Tim Blanks, Filipino Bryanboy, UK blogger Susie Bubble and Australian model-turned-blogger Candice Lake have all been spotted sitting front row, and photographer and media agencies like AAP, Media Man, Fairfax Media and Splash News & Picture Agency have all been spotted in or nearby to all the action. We suspect many news media will be working to the early hours of the morning getting all their stories and pictures out for what looks to be an outstanding festival for the iconic fashion show of shows down under.
Celebs including Lara Bingle and Kate Waterhouse packed the front row as comic strip prints paraded around.
Louise Van der Vorst and Montana Cox were among the models who sported David Bowie inspired red mullet wigs and comical garments for the show were well... show stealers in the hearts and minds of many.
Luke Sales of Romance was Born said they had wanted to work with comics for quite a while.
"Our prints have always been photo-based and we wanted to do something more graphic with more pop which is what attracted us to comics," he said.
"We figured Marvel was the biggest and so simply asked if they wanted to come on board as a collaborative partner and they were thrilled.
"I think the partnership is perfect because our designs mirror the celebration of creativity and and imagination they are famous for."
The week began with a hick up or two for for celebrity blogger Bryan Boy however, who is attending for the week to report on Australian designers to his legion of loyal followers.
The superstar of the blogosphere was a highly anticipated front row star for the show, but after holding the runway for almost forty minutes they were forced to start without him.
"I went to the wrong place and then had to try and hail a cab, and then he dropped me to the wrong place and I finally arrived as it was finishing," Bryan Boy later disclosed. We're pleased to report that AAP, Splash News and Fairfax Media were all present - at least for most of the day's activities.
Kirrily Johnston added hints of hints of acid brights to her signature neutral palette while Manning Cartell has forecast bold colours and prints to be a sure thing as the weather warms up.
Camilla Franks, known for her embellished kaftans and resort wear wowed a celebrity studded front row including star of WAG nation Terry Biviano, Erica Heynatz and Michelle Bridges with her new ready-to-wear collection.
The look was overwhelmingly inspired by the jet-setter lifestyle with new silhouettes including jumpsuits and playsuits. A jet-set feel was also paramount at the Dylan Cooper show, in his fashion week debut after winning on Project Runway last year.
Celebrity red-carpet designer Aurelio Costarella didn’t let the crowd down with hand-dyed raffia, silk-covered crystals and mirrored sequins.
Just off Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York, Whitney Port, star of reality television series The City, turned designer, gave an international flavour to the day. Port showed off her collections Whitney Eve and WE by Whitney Eve.
Closing off the opening day was Ginger and Smart who are celebrating their tenth year in the industry.
Well done MBFWA... more marvellous days like this one please. Looking forward to move wonder women tomorrow.
Kylie Minogue - Christian Louboutin, Emilio Pucci, Headpiece, Jean Paul Gaultier, Jimmy Choo
Ladies Day at Golden Slipper Racing Carnival 2012 - Sydney
Fashion Weekend Sydney
David Jones Autumn Winter Launch With Miranda Kerr At David Jones Sydney
Miranda Kerr was back to promoting fashion again today, returning to David Jones, Sydney, as part of the latest David Jones Autumn Winter launch - promo.
The fashion celebs were in full force as Kerr was joined by dozens of Australian fashion elite, many international icons.
In front of a crowd of hundreds, fashion and entertainment industry elite including Dannii Minogue, Delta Goodrem, Kerri-Anne Kennerley, Megan Gale, Alex Dimitriades and Miranda Kerr did the red (actually black) carpet and mingled with press.
Miranda wrapt up the marvellous show in a fashion forward black embellished Collette Dinnigan mini dress.
Lots of brands were promoted including Josh Goot suits, Bassike, Lisa Ho, along with Little Joe and Camilla and Marc.
The 1970s look to have made a bit of a comeback again with designs from Romance was Born, Zimmermann, Bianca Spender, and Thurley and Minogue’s Project D line which had a strong disco-esque edge as did Scanlan & Theodore.
Camilla showed off her 70s collection - Moroccan-inspired kaftans and metallic headwear.
Napoleon Perdis was onto the 70's also. One look was inspired from the 70s cult film The Eyes of Laura Mars, and an insider whispered that was in fact where it was born.
George Gross and Harry Who showed off refined feminine clothing modelled on the 1950s.
Dinnigan and Alex Perry went for modern black themes.
Jack London went with coloured tailored suits.
Calibre and Brent Wilson The Basics ran with something a dash more conservative.
Kerr was only one of the top models present. Samantha Harris, Alexandra Agoston, Louise Van Der Vorst and Australia’s Next Top Model champs Alice Burdeau and Montana Cox were also there, ensuring the event was media darling fodder.
Perth was represented by models, Tiah Eckhardt-Delaney and Sarah Pauley, who also snatched strong media coverage.
You should have seen the fab and refurbished ‘On Seven at David Jones' area.
The launch we were told was a "Salon style" super show with New York supper club themes. Lucky guests were seated at modest sized tables while the models strutted their stuff, darting and weaving through the guest area.
Retail giant David Jones streamed the event live over the internet for its virgin time via its official Facebook page.
Well done to DJ's, models and everyone involved in the fab event. We look forward to seeing you at the next as Australia's fashion wars continue to heat up.
‘Ultimate Fashionista: The Young Hollywood Style Guide’ Book Review
Last night many of Sydney's leading fashion folk celebrated the launch of Alana Wulff’s latest book ‘Ultimate Fashionista: The Young Hollywood Style Guide’.
There's no shortage of fashion reading in the world, but Alana has shed some new light on the subject and made it virtually must read material for Australia's (if not the world's) young women.
Having worked at some of the most popular women's magazines such as TV Hits, Girlfriend and OK!, Alana has seen a lot of changes in fashion over the years.
Each chapter of the book offers up something different. You have profiles on style icons such as Zoe Kravitz, Blake Lively, Dakota Fanning and Emma Stone. Then you have interviews with some of Australia’s leading designers and fashion folks across media and retail. There's also a section that lists online stores, a "how-to" packing guide, "must-haves" and much more ladies.
Here's Alana's official description...
Written by Alana Wulff
Published by Random House
What do Blake Lively, Emma Stone and Dakota Fanning have in common (aside from beauty, fame and fortune obviously)? They are all featured in Alana Wulff’s latest book ‘Ultimate Fashionista: The Young Hollywood Style Guide’.
Alana Wulff is an entertainment writer and celebrity interviewer and she uses her pulling power to bring together celebs to grill them on their style, inspirations and wardrobes. Plus she also interviews some of Australia’s leading designers and fashion insiders from PR, print and retail. There is also some cool info at the back of the book about online stores, a packing/travel guide and a list of wardrobe essentials.
The book is colourful, packed full of pictures and has loads of tips and tricks about fashion and styling, referenced through stylish celebs. It is well-researched, with interactive activities (who doesn’t love a good quiz?) and space to write your own notes throughout. Functional and frivolous at the same time - this book is fabulous for those girls who are just starting to become aware of their style or those who would love a sneaky peek inside the lives (and wardrobes) of their fav celebs.
Random House Books Australia
Von Follies by Dita Von Teese launches in Australia
International style icon Dita Von Teese will release her highly-anticipated lingerie collection, Von Follies, exclusively through Target Australia stores today.
Von Follies by Dita Von Teese was inspired by Dita's long-time love of lingerie and her own personal collection of vintage lingerie. The launch range combines sophistication and sensuality with distinct touches, such as grosgrain and velvet ribbons, delicate eyelash lace and control mesh to give the essence of the sultry 1950s glamour girl.
True to Dita Von Teese's signature style, the collection encapsulates an iconic vintage feel including one of her personal favourites, the overwire bra and high waisted briefs, garter belts and lovely corsolettes. Each item enhances the feminine silhouette that Dita Von Teese is world renowned for representing.
The range features ten collections that range from black lingerie sets that Dita Von Teese feels every woman should own, to bold luxurious reds, nudes with black lace overlay, vintage-inspired pale shades of satin and even an animal print. The stylish range also represents great value to customers, with bras and briefs ranging from $17.00 and bustiers and fitted corsoletes ranging from $79.00.
The first pieces from the collection will be in Target Australia stores across Australia from early February 2012, with exciting new product lines to be introduced in March and April 2012. It will also be available to purchase online from the Target Australia website.
Myer launches Spring Summer collection at Sydney's Carriageworks,
Sydney's Carriageworks caught fashion fever tonight as the Myer Spring Summer 2011/12 Collection launched.
Vintage maxi dresses, bikini, floppy hats and funky music was all the rage.
Myer ambassadors Jennifer Hawkins (former Miss Universe... just in case you forgot) and male model Kris Smith were the catwalk headliners. The new brands welcomed in were Sass & Bide, Fleur Wood and Jayson Brunsdon Black Label.
Hawkins opened the show for the 500 guests, in an eye-catching sass & bide ensemble, complete with a long, gold sequinned jacket.
'Our Jen' spruiked Cozi, which was fairly well received. Controversial Wayne Cooper did his thing, as did Leona Edmiston. Cooper featured lots of pink dresses, tops and trousers; a beige silk suit and a nude - white jumpsuit. Edmiston played it relatively safe with black dresses, complimented with fingerless gloves and head scarves.
Judy Coomber, Myer group general manager of fashion and accessories, went with a foursome of themes in the impressive collection.
The first is about bold colours including tangerine, emerald, gold, red, purple and fuchsia.
Myer's range also includes Riviera-inspired ensembles. Vintage remains popular, with softish florals, maxi dresses and big hats.
So ladies, believe me, there will be plenty of opportunities to splash your fashion dollar on this season in just about any fashion that takes your fancy.
Australia's Next Top Model; Montana Cox wins
Australia's wait is finally over.
Australia's Next Top Model is the ultra talented and beautiful Montana Cox.
The sweet 18 model said she was both surprised and delighted when it was announced Cox was in fact the season 7 winner of the reality television series at the world famous Sydney Opera House.
"I did not think I would get this far", she told the press.
Cox was the fashion biz favourite throughout basically the whole competition and went on to also win the public vote via SMS.
"It was really good to have that support from the industry," she said.
"It gave me a lot of confidence."
The brunette bested runner-up, my favorite, Liz Braithwaite from Bris Vegas and third placed Simone Holtznagel from Wollongong.
Thank god the event was smooth sailing, with no repeat of last year's rather controversial close when Sarah Murdoch announced the wrong contestant as the winner. Even models who progress to high level media identities are not quite perfect.
Foxtel's Fox 8 will show series eight of Australia's Next Top Model in 2012.
It's understood that tonight's 1 hour broadcast did impressive ratings and most advertisers and sponsors were extremely happy with the end result.
What will Australia's teen girls talk about now? Don't worry, there will be something, and of course the New Zealand equal of Top Model is coming up soon too, just to make sure we all get our fix of thin (and healthy) models.
Louis Vuitton New Sydney Store VIP Party, by Eva Rinaldi
Early today luxury brand Louis Vuitton opened a new store (Louis Vuitton George Street Maison) in Sydney, Australia, and this was followed up this evening with a VIP party with a healthy amount of celebrities and other VIP's on hand, along with about 30 media personnel covering the black carpet outside the building.
The Louis Vuitton George Street Maison, understood to have cost in the region of $10 million, will deliver three-storeys of men's and women's fashion, plus "personalised services".
The iconic French fashion brand enjoyed its VIP opening in Sydney earlier today with Australian actress Cate Blanchett getting a bit of media rub off from the event today.
Tonight many more celebs were present with the list including Ronnie Wood (Rolling Stones guitarist), Melissa Doyle, Miranda Kerr, Erika Heynatz, Delta Goodrem, Isabel Lucas, Megan Gale, Laura Bingle, Heidi Middleton, Kerri-Anne Kennerley and Samantha Harris.
Company CEO Yves Carcelle was on hand at both events, and was Oceania CEO Philip Corne.
Mr Corne advised the new development had been a long time coming for the brand, which now has 10 stores across the nation.
"We wouldn't commit to the investment until we found the right space that allowed us to present the brand as we should," he said.
Corne understands that his brand is high end luxury and not for everyone: "People have worked hard and are rewarding themselves."
As Time magazine once said, it was the French who "practically invented the notion of luxury in the 17th century, and in the 18th century, when Marie Antoinette took up residence in Versailles, and added her own twist to the genre". After conducting a survey on global luxury, the magazine concluded Europeans regard "luxury as a means of expressing their individuality and style while placing high authenticity and pedigree".
In Sydney apparently there is a group of cashed up consumers who don't mind spending up on luxury goods.
A big congratulations to top brass Yves Carcelle, Philip Corne, Jean-Baptiste Debains and their team for putting on a great day and evening event.
Louis Vuitton cool and hip tips: we understand that the company sometimes creates very limited amounts of personalised goods. How about a guitar case for Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, a surfboard and surfboard cover (what pro would actually use that) and even a skate-board and cover (good luck with Maroubra Beach Skatepark local boys). When LV talks "personalised services" and "personalised products", they aren't kidding.
Megan Gale, Samantha Harris,Isabel Lucas,Miranda Kerr,Delta Goodrem,Ronni Wood
Virgin Airlines and Elle Macpherson: We love women in uniform, by Eva Rinaldi - 23rd February 2011
Who doesn't love a woman in uniform?
Australian Supermodel Elle Macpherson aka 'The Body' has just slipped into something more comfortable, or at least that's the wish of Virgin king of the world, Richard Branson and his media savvy team.
The 40 year plus bombshell has just flown in from a Crown Casino, Melbourne stop over, and is strutting her stuff on the catwalk with Virgin hostesses in Sydney sporting a red hot number that is bound to keep passengers and others up all night (and other reaching for the chequebooks and credit cards).
Macpherson has been busy hosting Britain's Next Top Model, but made time to show off the latest Virgin Airline number, designed by season one Project Runway winner Juli Grbac.
It wasn't surprising, the Virgin King insisted that of his real life hosties also got the media rub off from 'The Body', and the powers that be are expecting Virgin Airlines to experience a lift in numbers (plus more mainly positive news media coverage), but just quietly, they expect a couple of knockers also.
Elle was passionate and extremely emotive, appearing to hold back tears, as she spoke on missing her family in Australia and a sick family member. She still looked a million bucks was pure class.
Virgin Blue PR Danielle Keighery spoke on the new uniform making fresh happenings both in the air and on the ground, but assured us that the staff wouldn't change and would continue to be known for their friendliness and fun.
Sex still sells when done right, and few know how to do it better than Elle and RB (who didn't attend due to a ski accident). Just how much business may have been mixed with pleasure is anyone's guess, but we know that Branson (and Packer friend and associate), Damian Aspinall, the UK gaming and nature entrepreneur, did a series of dates with Elle about a year ago, and Elle is very particular in her brands and men.
I think the matching of Elle and Virgin Airlines might just be quite a match up in heaven. Now all we need is a bit of Michael Buble and wedding bells might sing out in the sky.
Branson and Elle - Virgin's, we don't think so - but the hot red uniform sure lends itself to new beginnings and radiates class, sex, power and style, with just a dash of romance.
What airline will you and yours be travelling on for your next overseas honeymoon. No need to tell us, we will take an educated guess darlings. Virgin continues to add to their world class 'body of work', remaining at the top of their game, despite the sometimes turbulent sector. Oh, did we mention, RB is also a member of the 'Mile High Club', but we are not endorsing you join it via his airline, unless you get a special invitation.
Miranda Kerr- relaunch Kora Organic Skincare Sydney
Miranda Kerr was lovely in Sydney today at the and today she hit the David Jones store in Sydney at 12pm to relaunch of her Kora organics skincare range.
The supermodel signed autographs for fans and is clearly excited about it.
After having recently given birth to her baby Flynn, Miranda has said she was content to give up modelling and focus on her other projects if her body didn't bounce back.
"It's funny, but I really didn't mind if my body didn't go back to what it was before," Kerr said.
"I had decided during the pregnancy that between my skincare range, Kora Organics, and my book, Treasure Yourself, that there were plenty of other things I could do in my life.