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HAPPY NEW YEAR!
I am absolutely delighted to say www.sagitine.com is now live and open for business! Sagitine is proud to present a unique new way to store your precious belongings....and what better way to ring in the New Year than to get organised! It's been a labour of love over the last couple of years and I am SO excited it's finally ready to show you.
I hope Sagitine will help you live your life more beautifully.
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
QUESTIONS FOR OUR MUSE // FIONA KOTUR
Welcome to the very first edition of Behind Closed Doors, my blog focusing on anything and everything to do with fashion, from designers and collections, to style icons, to help with caring for your treasured possessions. From time to time we will feature our muses, tips and tricks to de-clutter your wardrobe, and also exciting news from the world of premium storage products, from trade shows to our wonderful manufacturers and suppliers.
I will be taking you into the wardrobes of some wonderful, creative people from across the globe and from every walk of life, all with one thing in common - they adore fashion and collecting unique items. We will discover what they treasure most and have a sneak peak into their collections. From wardrobe storage disasters (and what they’ve since learned!), to favourite designers, to fashion wish lists, to tips for caring for cherished items, our muses provide a fascinating insight into their love of fashion and how they care for their collections.
Like most Aussies, I've wistfully gazed at photos of snow coverered villages and sparkling lights of the northern hemisphere in December. I have such fond memories of white Christmases spent in New York and Kitzbuhel. However it's hard to beat a good Aussie bush chrissy. This year our family celebrated at my Dad's beautiful farm near Yass, in southern New South Wales. Both our huge tree and the hay left out for the reindeers on christmas eve were cut on the farm by Dad. Presents were opened on the verandah while cockatoos screeched madly in the trees and the homestead was filled with the smell of pine needles from the tree. Long lazy afternoons were spent swimming the horses in the dam, lazing under the willows and listening to crickets sing in the heat.
What is your favourite Christmas tradition?