Lives In: Hong Kong
About Me: Happy, hardworking, loyal, tenacious, grateful, lucky, loving and kind. Australian in Hong Kong. Soon to be mother of three. Co-Founder of luxury children’s knitwear line Atelier/Child. I’ve always been an entrepreneur at heart, but I’ve taken a winding path to where I am today. At this stage in life where time is such a precious commodity, it has become very clear to me that there is no time like the present to make things happen.
Hire Me For/I'm Good At: Strategy, planning and comms.
+ Connecting and collaborating
+ Ideas and skills exchange
+ Time with my family and dear friends.
+ Fresh air - I took it so much for granted before moving to Hong Kong.
+ My work.
+ Daily exercise for the clarity and balance it brings.
+ Watching the relationship developing between my two girls – the sister relationship is so powerful from such very young age.
+ My own company.
At the top of my very long list…
+ My own mama for her boundless love and tireless work ethic
+ @georgieabay for being unendingly thoughtful in friendship and motivated in life.
+ My dear friend Briohny who continues to inspire me after over 20 years and always keeps it real.
+ Olivia Babarczy for managing to combine incredible creativity with a big family, a crazy corporate job and now her new project @theplungecollective
+ Single mamas. I was raised by one. If you are one, you are amazing.
Brands that most reflect your style or that you’d want to work with:
+ Style wise I can’t go past Australian label Scanlan & Theodore for beautiful, interesting and classic pieces.
+ I am loving Hong Kong startup Grana.com for their incredible wardrobe staples at prices that are too good to be believed. Every mama needs it.
+ Gianvito Rossi for shoes.
+ I’d love to work with other dynamic and creative entrepreneurs for collaborations where there are brand synergies. To me work never seems like work if I am doing it with good people.
Words you live by/quotes you love: “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” – Albert Einstein.