Lunch With Prometheus At The Rock Center Café, Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center landmarks.
If this large complex of 14 matching Art Deco buildings along with the groups of tourists and those colourful flags were not an obvious give away; then that famous golden statue of Greek Titan Prometheus (by American sculptor Paul Manship) would definitely confirm that you have arrived at the Rockefeller Center! Pin it! Knowing the Rockefeller Center was built and financed...

My Glamorous Manhattan Travel Outfit Inspired By The Statue Of Liberty

White Caviar Life NYC photoshoot by fashion photographer Kent Johnson.
The moment I laid my eyes on this Calvin Klein number, I was immediately attracted to the idea of a Roman goddess' robe with a modern twist - classic drape, a shorter length in a contemporary metallic fabric. And as you may or may not know, the Statue of Liberty is the figure of a robed lady representing the...

Embracing Bracé NYFW At Stewart Hotel NYC

Front row at Bracé NYFW.
For those of you who have followed my Instagram, you may have noticed that Kent and I recently spent some time in New York City (NYC). We are now back in Sydney and are able to tell the tale. Not only did we enjoy the American hospitality, we were invited to attend a variety of New York Fashion Week (NYFW)...

Enchanted By Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge photoshoot by Kent Johnson for White Caviar Life
One thing Kent and I had learnt from our very first visit to the picturesque Charles Bridge in Prague was quite simply, if anyone fancied a beautiful bridge view without being interrupted by hundreds of people, the best solution was to get there very early and preferably soon after dawn! So we took our own advice and set the alarm...

From Milan Kundera To Alchymist Nosticova Palace In ‘Prague Spring’

Alchymist Nosticova Palace, Prague
Going to Prague, I had been waiting for this day to come since I first picked up and read The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera in 1988. For some unknown reason, some of you might refer it to fate, that it took me 29 years to realise this dream. Pin it! Kent and I left a hot and tropical...