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Sinopse

Each week, Felicity Loughrey interviews a woman of the world about her experience as a mother, daughter, human and ambition monster. We want to hear it all.

Episódios

  • Jiawa Liu aka Beige Renegade makes content with a humorous kick

    Jiawa Liu aka Beige Renegade makes content with a humorous kick

    10/09/2019 Duração: 41min

    Jiawa Liu is @BeigeRenegade on Instagram and her feed is fantastic. She creates clever, stylish, eye-catching cinemagraphs and short-form videos with a humorous kick. Jiawa was born in China and attended primary school in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. She studied law in Perth and practised as a lawyer in Canberra. She now lives in Paris, to Jiawa it’s the most beautiful city on earth. In this episode Jiawa talks about creating her handle @beigerenegade, her issues around the word “influencer”, her addiction to mobile game Simpsons Tapped Out and what she hunts for in thrift stores. Find Jiawa on Instagram

  • Stylist extraordinaire Megan Morton on taking herself to Paris for her birthday each year

    Stylist extraordinaire Megan Morton on taking herself to Paris for her birthday each year

    10/09/2019 Duração: 51min

    Megan Morton has written four books on styling: It's Beautiful Here, Things I Love, I Love My Room and Home Love. She has The School, The Studio and The Excursions. The question is, can a woman have too many businesses? Megan says no and envisions her multi-pronged enterprises like a sushi train where she picks up different roles and tasks. In this episode Megan talks about growing up on a banana farm in southeast Queensland, juggling careers, writing letters by hand and where she stores her children’s teeth. Find Megan Morton on Instagram

  • New MasterChef host Melissa Leong on food and hard work

    New MasterChef host Melissa Leong on food and hard work

    10/09/2019 Duração: 01h03min

    When I interviewed Melissa Leong it was before the MasterChef announcement. Back then, I was excited about her upcoming Netflix fame. There was so much to chat about with Melissa aka @fooderti on Instagram. The zig-zag of her career, two years living in Tasmania on a self-imposed sabbatical, writing cookbooks and hosting and judging on The Chefs’ Line on SBS and now, Netflix.In this episode Melissa talks about the role of food in her Singaporean-Australian upbringing. We chat about the role of SBS in Australia, diversity and representation on the small screen. I also shamelessly crush on Melissa’s style.

  • Yolanda Edwards on remaking the travel magazine with YOLO Journal

    Yolanda Edwards on remaking the travel magazine with YOLO Journal

    10/09/2019 Duração: 01h01min

    Yolanda Edwards was the creative director at Conde Nast Traveler for five years. She now has her own magazine, Yolo Journal - the most wonderful, dream-like travel periodical. The launch issue of the magazine was solely fixed on Italy.In this episode Yolanda talks about her life and career. Her life changing experience living on a Greek Island, her wanderlust and her entree to the world of magazines (it was a shop assistant in Agnes B who told she looked like the kind of person who should work in magazines) and her experience with Instagram. She also shares a Helmut Newton anecdote.Yolanda is a woman of many Instagram accounts. Find her @YolandaEdwards, her house in France @maisonmedoc and of course, @yolo.journal.

  • NYTimes best-selling author Laura Tucker on her YA debut

    NYTimes best-selling author Laura Tucker on her YA debut

    10/09/2019 Duração: 47min

    Brooklyn-based Laura Tucker has written over 20 books - two of which were New York Times bestsellers - Standing Tall with Vivian Stringer and A Mother’s Reckoning with Sue Klebold. But in this interview we chat about All The Greys on Greene Street - Laura’s YA fiction debut. The book takes place in New York City in 1981 and our 12-year-old hero Olympia is struggling with a mother who won’t get out of bed, a father who has gone missing and there’s an art mystery afoot. Laura talks about that particular moment in SoHo history, kids roaming the city and the writer’s life Laura has created for herself. Find Laura on Instagram and buy her book from your fave indie bookseller.

  • Jennie Hogg of luxe cashmere line Lois Avery talks about breaking the rules of marketing

    Jennie Hogg of luxe cashmere line Lois Avery talks about breaking the rules of marketing

    10/09/2019 Duração: 48min

    Jennie Hogg of Lois Avery returns to Head Ovary Heels! Jennie and I were chatting recently and we thought a follow up podcast would be a trip as Jennie's life and business has evolved so much since she started Lois Avery nearly three years ago. In this interview Jennie talks about getting to know her customers, breaking the rules of marketing and how the really great business deals have come to her. Her luxe, made-in-Italy cashmere scarves are stocked at London’s Fortnum and Mason and in Tokyo at the Isetan department store. Definitely follow Jennie on Instagram for her travels in Italy and her love for all things Italian.

  • Publisher Anna Saunders on running a new kind of womens media business

    Publisher Anna Saunders on running a new kind of women's media business

    10/09/2019 Duração: 39min

    New Zealander Anna Saunders has just launched Primer - a smart, chic women’s lifestyle website. She founded the site with Felicity Robinson. The pair used to work side-by-side at marie claire magazine in Sydney.In this episode, Anna talks about her love for magazines, working in the UK, Australia and New Zealand and what she hopes to build with Primer. Such a good name for a women’s lifestyle site, right?Follow Anna Saunders on Twitter and Instagram.

  • Shuang Hu of The Family Law and Ronny Chieng: International Student

    Shuang Hu of The Family Law and Ronny Chieng: International Student

    29/12/2018 Duração: 41min

    Actress Shuang Hu appears in two of the best, Australian tv shows of late: The Family Law and Ronny Chieng: International Student. Shuang - or Shu as her friends call her - is from China, raised in Brisbane and now living in Los Angeles. She talks about auditioning, memories of snow and what she’s reading. Oh, and the family Law is like her real family now.Follow Shu on Instagram @ShuHu_

  • Photographer Luisa Brimble on Instagram and photography with context

    Photographer Luisa Brimble on Instagram and photography with context

    29/12/2018 Duração: 33min

    Photographer Luisa Brimble is a true original and delight in this episode. She talks about starting photography, looking for context in everything that she shoots and being her own agent.You must, must, must follow Luisa on Instagram.

  • Memoirist Louisa Deasey talks family, loss and rediscovery

    Memoirist Louisa Deasey talks family, loss and rediscovery

    29/12/2018 Duração: 45min

    Melbourne-based writer Louisa Deasey was contacted by a French family, via Facebook, whose grandmother in her last days called out for Louisa's father. It sets Louisa off on a path of discovery - reconnecting her with the father she hardly knew - and the story of A Letter From Paris unfolds.In this interview, Louisa talks ghosts, time travel, family and money. Oh and astrologer Mystic Medusa also gets a mention.Follow Louisa on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

  • Vikings Alyssa Sutherland on the role of her lifetime and her life before as a model

    Vikings Alyssa Sutherland on the role of her lifetime and her life before as a model

    10/06/2018 Duração: 43min

    My shield-maiden co-workers were addicted to to the History Channel tv series Vikings. I overheard the intense conversations and peeped their Rollo screensavers and decided to jump into the series over Christmas. To use an old Viking word, I became enthralled.I loved the character of Aslaug, Ragnor Lothbrok’s second wife, played by Alyssa Sutherland. I loved how much she loved her sons. It felt very modern to me.I had interviewed Alyssa 17 years earlier for Black+White magazine. I sent an email to her agent and was able to set up a time with her across the Pacific. I loved chatting with Alyssa - she was funny, smart and brazen. “No one should listen to me for beauty advice,” she told me.Alyssa is great on Instagram and you should follow her! She has two accounts @therealalyssas and @thelightaroundme. Follow them both!✨Music: Ghost Hands by Cal Folger Day⚡️Thank you to our Season 4 sponsor In Good CoYour besties mean better buys. Download the app today.Sign up to the Head Ovary Heels n

  • Sigourney Cantelo is the creator of our favourite online beauty destination Beauticate

    Sigourney Cantelo is the creator of our favourite online beauty destination Beauticate

    10/06/2018 Duração: 44min

    I first met Sigourney over email when I would write beauty stories for her at Vogue Australia. I’ve always admired Sigourney as an editor and writer (she has a lovely turn of phrase).Four years ago, Sigourney left Vogue to work full-time on her website Beauticate. In this episode she talks about her evolution as a businesswoman, mother and a woman who doesn’t necessarily juggle life: “I just drop things.” Yep, she’s the real deal.You can find Sigourney on Instagram and Twitter @SigourneyCantelo. And check out Beauticate on Instagram and Facebook @Beauticate.✨Music: Ghost Hands by Cal Folger Day⚡️Thank you to our Season 4 sponsor In Good CoYour besties mean better buys. Download the app today.

  • Dina Broadhurst talks beauty, art and the trick of a high heel

    Dina Broadhurst talks beauty, art and the trick of a high heel

    10/06/2018 Duração: 23min

    Sydney artist Dina Broadhurst is one of my absolute favourites on Instagram. Her work is bold, sexy and exciting. It was such a pleasure to speak with her about her art, life and beauty routines: such as curled eyelashes, light foundation from MAC and a lip balm from Elizabeth Arden. Oh, and she wears a high heel for going out at night.Sydney-based Broadhurst trained as a makeup artist, worked in magazines and advertising and now makes a living as an artist with her large-scale photography and collage works. It was all leading to this point!Follow Dina on Instagram @DinaBroadhurst✨Music: Ghost Hands by Cal Folger Day⚡️Thank you to our Season 4 sponsor In Good CoYour besties mean better buys. Download the app today.

  • Jumana Hammouda on launching vegan bodyscrub and mask Bodibar

    Jumana Hammouda on launching vegan bodyscrub and mask Bodibar

    10/06/2018 Duração: 37min

    In 2018, Jumana Hammouda and her sister Lama Perin launched Bodibar - a vegan body scrub made from all natural Australian ingredients. Jumana talks about the joys and challenges of creating a beauty product from scratch.But before launching Bodibar, Jumana lived in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and ran a luxury day spa. Of course, I was fascinated to find out about running a business in Saudi Arabia, what do Saudi women want and what is life really like in Saudi Arabia? Jumana tells all.Follow Jumana and Bodibar on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest @Bodibar✨Music: Ghost Hands by Cal Folger Day⚡️Thank you to our Season 4 sponsor In Good CoYour besties mean better buys. Download the app today.

  • Vikings Chief Makeup Artist Tom McInerney on making beautiful brutes believable

    Vikings Chief Makeup Artist Tom McInerney on making beautiful brutes believable

    10/06/2018 Duração: 01h19min

    Tom McInerney is the chief makeup artist for the Netflix series Vikings. I can't think of another show on television where the story is told through makeup.We know when characters are going into battle through their warpaint, dramatic eyeliner tells us that Floki is the pagan heart of the show, and the characters age throughout the series thanks to extremely clever aesthetics.For our first bloke interview on Head Ovary Heels, we interviewed Irishman Tom McInerney. He talks about his past experience on Michael Hirst's The Tudors, battle scenes on Vikings and everything he's learned from women in his profession.Follow Tom McInerney on Instagram and Twitter @PuffJockey✨Music: Ghost Hands by Cal Folger Day⚡️Thank you to our Season 4 sponsor In Good CoYour besties mean better buys. Download the app today.

  • Londoner Peony Lim talks beauty, blogs and travel

    Londoner Peony Lim talks beauty, blogs and travel

    09/06/2018 Duração: 40min

    “I’m a digital dinosaur,” says Peony Lim who has made a living from her personal website for the past decade. While at university Peony was spotted by that first wave of street style photographers (shout out to Vanessa Jackman!) and went on to create her own presence online.Of course, for this special beauty-themed series of Head Ovary Heels we asked Peony all our beauty questions. In return, we learnt about setting sprays, having a bath to keep your makeup on and her travel tips.“I feel that real beauty comes from difference, not from conforming to some kind of generic stereotype,” says Peony. Amen to that.Follow Peony on Instagram, Twitter and PInterest all @PeonyLim✨Music: Ghost Hands by Cal Folger Day⚡️Thank you to our Season 4 sponsor In Good CoYour besties mean better buys. Download the app today.

  • Hannah-Rose Yee is my internet writing crush travelling around Europe

    Hannah-Rose Yee is my internet writing crush travelling around Europe

    09/06/2018 Duração: 41min

    Hannah-Rose Yee is my internet writing crush. We have the same pop culture aesthetic and I shamelessly like every Tweet she writes.We talk about journalism in 2018 and the different places you can get your writing seen (check out Badlands Journal). We talk about writing for online and print and IRL friends and internet friends.And of course because this is a special beauty-themed series of Head ovary Heels we talk about beauty and the role megababe Alexa Chung has played in Hannah’s life.I should also mention that this episode is a nice companion piece to the Peony Lim interview - as both women reference each other.Follow Hannah-Rose Yee on Instagram and Twitter @HannahRoseRose✨Music: Ghost Hands by Cal Folger Day⚡️Thank you to our Season 4 sponsor In Good CoYour besties mean better buys. Download the app today.

  • Jamila Rowser is a comic book creator, connector and cultural force

    Jamila Rowser is a comic book creator, connector and cultural force

    09/06/2018 Duração: 37min

    Jamila Rowser’s Twitter bio (used to) say: Community Builder. And it’s spot on. Jamila is behind Geek Girl Brunch - an international meetup of women who geek out together over mimosas. She’s also one-half of the creative force behind Straight Outta Gotham, a hip hop and geek culture newsletter. And Jamila is also bringing to the world an all-girl created comic called Wash Day.“I wanted to celebrate these moments that aren’t talked about that much, but are a big part of our lives.” The Wash Day story follows Kimana, a 26-year-old Afro-Latina woman living in the Bronx, as she cares for her long, thick hair.On the podcast, Jamila talks style and beauty: her love for Fenty products, a catseye and a bold lip. And even though she lives in Florida, you’ll find Jamila wearing all black with a pop of colour.Oh, and we talk about place. Jamila is an air force brat, born in England, raised in Hawaii and educated in Germany. She talks about the confidence she has gained from an international childhood on the move.Follow

  • Brisbane mum Ellen Newman feels alive when working on her business The Great State

    Brisbane mum Ellen Newman feels alive when working on her business The Great State

    09/06/2018 Duração: 35min

    Ellen Newman was kind enough to invite me over to record at her Brisbane home. And I loved it. It was so minimalist and chic. Just like Ellen.Ellen is the quiet powerhouse behind The Great State - an all over, all natural beauty balm that can be applied anywhere!Ellen talked me through her beauty purchases, including a Kara Rosenlund fragrance. We talked about supporting small business and the beauty of the beach and the great outdoors.Follow The Great State on Instagram @_thegreatstate✨Music: Ghost Hands by Cal Folger Day⚡️Thank you to our Season 4 sponsor In Good CoYour besties mean better buys. Download the app today.

  • Molly Goddard of Desmond amp Dempsey on her love for the sun, the beach and a good bath

    Molly Goddard of Desmond & Dempsey on her love for the sun, the beach and a good bath

    09/06/2018 Duração: 24min

    Molly Goddard is one half of the London-based luxury pyjama business Desmond and Dempsey. Their prints are wonderful and reminiscent of Goddard's Queensland childhood (there's even a chic tropical pineapple print).As this is a special beauty-themed season of Head Ovary Heels we ask Molly for her favourite everyday beauty brands from Portuguese and French pharmacies and in return she tells us how much she loves a bath and being in the sun. “I could just sit on the beach, all day, everyday.”✨Music: Ghost Hands by Cal Folger Day⚡️Thank you to our Season 4 sponsor In Good CoYour besties mean better buys. Download the app today.

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