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Countdown to LMFF

If it's got anything to do with fashion and it's in my home town, there's no doubt I'm going to be VERY excited! That's why I've already started to count down the days until the launch of the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival.

There are just 67 days left to go!! I cannot wait!

I will be applying for media accreditation again this year and this time I am hoping it is accepted. I would love to be given the opportunity to support this fabulous festival, so fingers crossed!


Take a sneak peek of the official LMFF 2013 TV commercial below.


So how has your week been so far? This week, I have seen two movies related to style, which I'd love to share with you. Earlier on in the week, I viewed Dianne Vreeland's movie, The Eye has to Travel at Palace Cinema, Como. It was fabulously inspirational. Check it out if you can. Wednesday evening, I finally got the chance to view a movie I had recorded on Foxtel: Valentino: The Last Emperor. This wins first place in the category of 'favourite movie of all time'. Definitely a must-see, if you haven't done so already.

Have you seen any great movies lately?

Have a fabulous Friday!

Yours in style,
Suzi x

All images/video c/o LMFF 2013 official website

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