Month: January 2020

EP52: Deborah Hutton

In this special Self Care Sundays mini-series produced by Studio Offline and in partnership with Estée Lauder, host Alison Rice sits down with some of the brand’s Australian ambassadors to have an honest conversation about life on the other side of the filter, self care, sleep and skincare. 

Alison’s next guest is Deborah Hutton. The Estée Lauder ambassador is known for her various TV presenting roles, a celebrated career in magazines, and her work advocating for skin cancer awareness. 

But what you might not know about Deb, is she started life as Debbie Haylock. This Self Care Sundays episode is truly a journey through Deb’s life, the experiences she’s had and how each one has influenced what she now knows to be true. 

Moving out of home at 16 and modelling in New York by 18, punctuality and professionalism, her relationship with her skin following years in the sun, her tried and tested routines, meditation and life as an energetic exchange, her advice on surviving loss… it’s all here and you’ll be wiser for listening.

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EP51: Dr. Jeremy Cumpston

[The Teachers]

For episode 51 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with Dr. Jeremy Cumpston, a progressive GP, preventative ageing specialist and the founder of Ageless Clinics. He’s a fully qualified injector of commercial fillers and is accredited in advanced wrinkle treatment and dermal filler treatments.

Alison would like to be extremely clear with her intention behind creating this episode. It does not advocate for or encourage cosmetic injectables. Instead, it seeks to act as an educational resource for anyone who wants to get informed. 

There is a worrying lack of safety information available, and increasingly, a growing number of under-qualified injectors offering cosmetic Botox and filler to young women — usually in package deals and working on commission per unit or mil injected. 

In this honest conversation, Dr. Jeremy answers every question you’ve likely ever had about Botox and filler. How much, how often, where to get it and how long it lasts. He goes beyond the surface to discuss the pros and cons of the different forms, his preferred techniques and methods, and the questions to ask the nurse or doctor injecting you.

What you’ll hear time and time again in this episode is Dr. Jeremy’s personal treatment style: undertreating or not treating at all. Less is more. Less is more. Less is more.

If you are considering having Botox or filler — or any other anti-ageing treatment — please seek advice from your preferred medical professional. 

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EP50: Kaitlyn Ham

For episode 50 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with one of Australia’s leading luxury fashion creatives and the founder of Modern Legacy, Kaitlyn Ham.

Kaitlyn — or Kaity as she’s called by those closest to her — is quite private, so this honest conversation is a rare insight into her life, her work, how she thinks about style and the business of being a fashion creative and influencer. 

What you might not know about Kaity, is she’s funny. Like laugh-out-loud, big-belly-laughing funny. Alison and Kaity do a lot of that in this episode. You’ll also learn that in complete contrast to her highly curated Instagram account, her personality is casual and relaxed. 

In this honest conversation Kaity shares how she became so independent, her personal journey from high school tomboy to high fashion blogging, her relationship with style and shopping, how she spends her days as a fashion creative, details about her tiny, 10-person wedding, how she’s thinking about the future, why having a supportive partner is a form of privilege and much more. 

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