Lately I have been blessed with some very interesting projects to work on as Consultant/Stylist, from Vintage Stylist/Consultant on a major High End Fashion Shoot in Brisbane (I can reveal more with pictures in January) to being the Costume Stylist for Bleached Arts Latest Show – H.O.T.E.L.L.I.N.G which was a smash hit! You can check out their FB here:
And just when I thought…mmm, what shall I do now? I am once again jumping into another exciting project close to my heart!
I am to be the Vintage Stylist for this fabulous show by the Camerata… Yes.. The White Mouse (Nancy Wake) is right up my styling alley you will agree. I can’t wait to get my teeth into it.. For now, locals, if you’d like to experience something a little different then book online here and come along to either Brisbane or Toowoomba (Only Two Shows!) BUY tickets HERE
And if that wasn’t just a thrill to get that call, They have also cast my Sister Veronica Neave to be the lead! Twice in two shows running I get to Work with and Style my Sister! That warms my heart the most!
Don’t know who Nancy Wake Was? Have a read below and also if you are after a good read, this was one of my all time favourite books by Peter Fitzsimons:
I hate wars and violence, but if they come I don’t see why we women should just wave our men a proud goodbye and then knit them balaclavas.
THE WHITE MOUSE
Camerata brings to life the feisty Nancy Wake (1912-2011) who ran away from her family in Australia at the age of 16, before becoming involved in the French Resistance. Her uncanny ability to move fearlessly and undetected through enemy lines attracted the pseudonym, “the white mouse”, and earned her the notoriety of eventually topping the Gestapo’s most wanted list.
The White Mouse is the next musical biography in a series written by Tama Matheson. Veronica Neave will feature in the title role, intertwining the story of an incredible woman with music that is breathtaking, gripping and beautiful.