Monday, May 17, 2010

Thursday, May 13, 2010


Tuesday, May 4, 2010



A different outfit. Every day.

Tao Okamoto: Vogue Nippon June 2010

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Just a quick note

Just want to point out that my right arm is not fat, i repeat n..o..t fat. I totally just noticed how weird it looks in the second picture below. Anyway life goes on. Tonight I went to a clothes swap party with the lovely Pariss. For those that do not know what a clothes swap party is, you take along your unwanted items and swap with your girlfriends until your heart is content. You can pick up some real treasures. Pariss got a real steal, a cute fur vest. I got myself some bardot shorts, white mini dress and beret. If you have never been to a clothes swap or held one yourself, do it. And invite me :) I always have things to trade.
Weekend was looking up, but I just saw the weather on the news, weekend just went down. Thinking about going to melbourne with Tim in uni holidays in June/July. Can anyone please inform me on the shops to hit. I am after some vintage treasures.


Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Minus three teeth.

skirt: cue, top: witchery, wedges: betts, bag: target, pearl ring: from bf

This was taken by Tim just after I went to revisit my surgeon about complications from surgery when I got my wisdom teeth out :( Poor me!


Saturday, April 17, 2010


I love weekends.

lime coloured mini skirt from cue $169, black singlet from friend, belt from cue, headband from sportsgirl

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Saturday, April 10, 2010


I counted 7 lace items in my wardrobe, it didn't stop me from buying another one. I just love the colour of this one. I wore it with my sass high waisted black shorts and betts studded sandals. Life is pretty great at the moment. I have the best partner, a great family, and I serve a wonderful God.


Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Serious embellishment.

I especially love embellishment on shoulders at the moment. Mmm studs, I love studs. But this, I am not so sure about. Watch out boys, this just may be the next pepper spray.


Wednesday, March 24, 2010

I would be...

I love Kareena. This was copied from one of her latest works.
I drew this late one night.

Pencil, watercolours.


Wednesday, March 17, 2010

The artist in me.

So I have been wondering why I have completely lost my passion for blogging. Uni? Social life too big? No. I simply put down the paint brush for too long. Painting and drawing simply opens up something inside of you. You will understand what I'm talking about if you too are an artist. Otherwise I'm probably just sounding strange to you. Well I can thank uni for getting me back into the artistic swing. As I sit here listening to 50 most essential pieces of classical music, I upload a couple of pictures of my work. I am to complete some simply sketches for my illustration which will be done on the computer maybe next month. Included in some pictures you will see are just some of my side work for fun. Let me know what you think.


Sunday, March 7, 2010

KCB201- Entertaining 'I' Generation

Entertaining ‘I’ Generation

The radio would be switched on in the main living room and the entire family, including friends and relatives would crowd around the radio, or should I say wireless, and be entertained for hours. In this digital age the once unified social intake of media is long gone. Today, all media is consumed in an exclusive setting. Dr Leong (2010) explains that it’s not the technology that is the hit, but it’s what is circulating around it. And it’s those things that determine our social acceptability. Looking at this ‘I’ generation, it’s not hard to see that we are all living on planet iPod. Levy (2006, p. 21) observes how music on one’s iPod affects status. He goes on to say that, ‘it is the portability of the iPod that comes from exposing an iPod screen to an observer making the otherwise private device a potential broadcaster of one’s taste.’ Our musical selection, thought to be for personal enjoyment is potentially more important than gender or geography and allows us to be read like a book. McLuhan (1965, p. 8) sums up this new media phenomenon into ‘the medium is the message’. It is not the machine, but what we do with the machine that is the message. Remember new media is more than just entertainment; it is an extension of ourselves!

Laura Seuntjens (n6908799)

Reference List:

Dr Leong, S. (2010). KCB201 New media 1: Information and Knowledge [Lecture Notes]. Retrieved March 4, 2010, from

Levy, S. (2006). The perfect thing: how the iPod shuffles commerce, culture and coolness. [Electronic format] In S. Levy (Ed.), Identity (pp. 21–41). New York: Simon & Schuster Paperbacks. Retrieved March 4, 2010, from Queensland University of Technology Course Materials Database.

McLuhan, M. (1965). Understanding media: The extensions of man. [Electronic format] In M. McLuhan (Ed.), The medium is the message (pp. 7-21). New York: McGraw Hill. Retrieved March 4, 2010, from Queensland University of Technology Course Materials Database.

Monday, February 15, 2010

It's what they call a comeback.

Well 2010 is in full swing. Can't blog on anything too exciting for this year just yet. All I can say is I am so excited to start my fashion subjects this year at uni. Bring it on. But to open up my first blog in a very long time I thought I would keep it simple with a few pictures. These were taken on valentines day which also shares my mothers birthday. If you have not eaten break feast at allure in paddington, its a definite must. Order the hash browns, they are in a ball shape filled with potato and feta. yuumm. My sass and bide high waisted shorts went a treat with my new top and hat. Check out my sisters top, awesome shoulders!