Empowering women through their wardrobes.
Personal and wardrobe styling to support survivors of sexual trafficking to regain their independence.
Chic, noun, /ʃik/
1. The essence of casual refinement.
(Madame Genevieve Antoine Dariaux in her book ‘A Guide to Elegance’)
2. Style and Elegance, especially in dress.
Hello wonderful beautiful people,
I moved to Germany from Australia in 2011 for the simple (and perhaps slightly odd) reason that – I speak German, and wanted to be able to use it.
Perhaps encouraged by my wonderful mother (who is a designer, pattern maker and can make a new dress from scratch overnight!) I have had a lifelong interest in fashion and styling.
Starting out as a model in 2008 for Victoria’s models in Canberra, I went on to train under Victoria in personal and fashion styling. This led to teaching the Fashion & Wardrobing component of the Modeling course. A highlight of my time styling in Canberra was working on a charity catwalk show where we styled second hand & vintage clothing to raise money for Anglicare.
A strong believer in social justice, fair trade and environmental responsibility I started really struggling to reconcile my love of fashion and styling with my conscience. Then at 4:54am one morning in March 2014 the idea for Chic for Charity struck me. Why not style real, caring, conscious women for a donation to charity? It’s a win win! You get to take back control of your wardrobe, Free The Girls get to help more women regain their independance, and I get to love styling again, knowing that it’s effecting positive change in the lives of women who need it.
I want to make it my job to do ridiculously nice things for people. For complete strangers, for people who don’t even know, or don’t expect it. May I start with you?
Tell me more about Free The Girls
I’d like to take you up on the offer
Join the Chic for Charity mailing list now and share it with a lovely lady you know who could use a little bit of wardrobe empowerment!