How would you describe your personal style? "Comfort is the most important factor for me when I’m piecing together a look. Style is all about personality; it’s an expression of your individuality, so if you don’t feel comfortable in what you’re wearing, then it won’t feel authentic. My style is quite diverse, but it’s always really recognizably me. Androgynous with a feminine twist." #baumxmytheresa#somethingspecial
Ferrari party: Inside the world’s newest Prancing Horse showroom @ferrarisydneyofficial @theceomagazineau
Ferrari returns to Sydney’s North Shore after 50 years with an extravagant reveal of the 488 Pista and 488 Spider.
Pluming from under the fresh wheels of the sleek Ferrari 488 Spider, the smoky fumes filled the brand-new Sydney showroom as the powerful engine rattled the spines of 100 motoring aficionados, creating a show-stopping entrance unlikely to be forgotten.
In celebration of Ferrari’s return to the North Shore after 50 years, the impressive display was married with an exclusive unveiling of the Ferrari 488 Pista in the world’s newest Prancing Horse showroom at McCarroll’s Automotive Group.
The McCarroll family, who established the Group 40 years ago, worked closely with local and Italian architects to transform the second floor of the dealership into a space that oozes Italian luxe.
Slated as one of the best showrooms in the world, it features a shower in the bathroom, a kitchen (for those who want to host events surrounded by the luxury cars), outdoor terrace, pristine gardens and a personalisation room for motor aficionados to create their dream set of wheels.
For a seamless Ferrari experience, Formula 1® paddock club access, challenge series participation and classic car restoration are also offered at the dealership. “Our business journey has been littered with plenty of ups and downs but the dream of building something great remained in us this whole time and ultimately it led us to this amazing moment,” – Simon McCarroll
Read the full story at www.theceomagazine.com
A bit of a personal project. Last year @pinklillipurses made me beautiful stockings and a tree skirt out of my wedding dress. She was kind enough to give me back the left over pieces. I have been looking at them all year and have decided to make special ornaments out of the beautiful bits left. I plan on making at least four, one for me and one for each of my kids. #weddingdressornament#christmasdecorations#heirloomproject#somethingspecial
Random fact about me: I make felt stockings and ornaments 😊 They're the only things I can sew, Haha! My mother and grandmother are wizards with a needle, it makes me glad that I have just a fraction of their skill!
Another random fact: these were the last ornaments I made before I retired from doing them. They were a pain in the tush and took FOREVER. I gifted them to Andrew before we were engaged (maybe 5 years ago??) And Nana told me that we needed to write into a pre-nap that they would come back to me if we ever broke up. 😂
I've made 7 stockings (Nana's dog Bentley received the 1st one, my sister, niece, aunt, BFF, Andrew and I) and am just about done with my 8th. I typically spend a year, on and off, working on a stocking. Though one year I was able to finish 2. 🎁
I love making them, even though they drive me crazy! I choose each one specifically for each person. I don't force the decision either. I won't make a stocking for someone just to make it, the fit has to be just right. 🎄
I can't wait to start Liam's stocking after I complete this one! His is ready and waiting for me, I just need to finish a few more details on #8 first. 😌