We spent the weekend with the finalists of Pinup Doll Australia 2017!
Congratulations to all the incredible women who broke all the fundraising records, doubling the target of $11,000.
And to the winners:
Miss Kelly the Flying Pinup: Pinup Doll Australia 2017, Best Hair, Best Wardrobe and Best Makeup
Miss Jessi Leigh: Pinup Doll Australia 2017 Runner Up
Miss Maple May: Best Talent
Miss Ruby Alabaster: Peoples Pinup and Miss Charity
Miss Bambi L’Amour: Miss Congeniality.
You can go behind the scenes in our latest episode.
(Photographer Mark Greenmantle)
Ladies and gentlemen this is your captain speaking. Please ensure your seams are straight, hat is in the upright position and that you are ready for the ride of your life.
It’s time to meet The Flying Pinup.
Kauffman Desert House – Palm Springs. Marco’s favourite mid-century home.
I love looking at real estate.
The more out of my budget the better.
I don’t know if it’s getting a sense of how others live or being able to dream of a time (maybe, hopefully) that a house could be mine.
Of course most of my dream real estate hunting ends up with my focussing on mid-century modern homes from around the world. So I was pretty pleased to meet Marco Guagliardo from Mid-Century Home.
This episode is best consumed with a good cup of piping hot tea.
Why? Because it is one of the many things that blogger and vintage lover Emileigh Rogers enjoys in life.
And in this chat we cover all her life loves from thrift shopping to life abroad and the many complexities of living a vintage life in a modern time.
We’re off to get our photo taken and it’s going to be something special.
Because we won’t be sat in front of a fake cloud background and have someone snapping our pic on a fancy digital camera.
Instead, we are going to the studio of Sophie Caligari who has mastered the art of wet plate photography.
We’re going retro dancing this week.
Come with us to Dallas Texas to meet the incredible Pistolettes!
This vintage loving troupe of go-go dancers are sure to entertain and have some incredible insights into the vintage scene in Dallas.
Paris Brown’s great grandparents lived through a lot; war, depression, innovation and modernisation.
They saw tv and the internet develop, presidents assassinated, nations recover from war and man walk on the moon, how can you not be inspired by that!
It’s not surprising Paris now lives a modern vintage life.