Ruby Slipper Goes Chop Chop at David’s

Take a moment to look at your diary. Circle this Sunday’s lunch. Then send an email to your nearest and dearest, and tell ’em all that you’re organising a lazy luncheon at David’s Country Shanghai in Prahran. When I went about organising a blogger’s luncheon at freshly-renovated foodie favorite David’s, anticipation amongst fellow writers Cheryl …

Ruby Slipper @ BusinessChic LBD Book Launch

Last week my dear friend and fellow-blogger Cheryl Lin of Business Chic launched her book and held her first exhibition – all in one week! Her popular business-fashion centric blog also celebrated its third year in existence – so really, there’s lots about Cheryl and her creative endeavors to celebrate. Today, we feature highlights from …

Ruby Slipper @ Maling Road

Like a school excursion but so, oh so much better, Pybus PR‘s extravagant day out for bloggers on vintage chi-chi Maling Road, Canterbury was an absolute delight. Here I am with other Melbourne bloggers chosen to enjoy the retro-charm of Maling Road including Esme and the Laneway, Lady Melbourne, Vanity Press, Business Chic, Estelle La …

Ruby Slipper @ Fashionopolis

Fashionopolis – Australia’s only fashion-blogger forum was a great success. The brainchild of Lady Melbourne and supported variously by Nuffnang (a blog advertising brand) and Sunglass Hut, this meeting of fashion-centric minds was a unique opportunity to debate, learn and network. Held at stylish hipster venue select Thousand Pound Bend, it was a veritable treasure …

Ruby Slipper @ Penthouse Mouse Midmouse Runway

Penthouse Mouse. It’s like the hipster remix of the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival. Located near the corner of Smith and Kerr Streets in Fitzroy, the industrial Penthouse Mouse space is deliciously cavernous and pregnant with possibility. It was just the ticket after all the highly produced gloss of the more commercial side of the festival …

Ruby Slipper @ Awesome Foundation Party

  Revelation 1: I am a sucker for book covers. Revelation 2: Occasionally I buy books/go to events based purely on how awesome their names are. That is precisely how I ended up at the extraordinary Awesome Foundation Melbourne party last night (well, that and the fact that Cheryl Lin of Business Chic recommended it, …

Business Ninja of the Week: Businesschic’s Cheryl Lin

This week Ruby Slipper are bringing the 9 to 5 glamour courtesy of the discerning eye of Melbourne business fashion blogger Cheryl Lin of Businesschic. Cheryl’s take on fashion blogging is totally unique – instead of discussing the wacky and unwearable runway trends, Businesschic focuses on working seasonal trends into our existant wardobes. Worry no …