In this short bonus episode of Offline, host Alison Rice and episode five’s Zoe Marshall discuss the elaborate plan Alison put in place to ensure they became friends.
Eleanor Pendleton, founder and editor-in-chief of beauty destination Gritty Pretty, talks openly and honestly about self image, love, running a business and how her humble beginnings shaped the woman she is today.
Ally May Carey is one of Australia’s most exciting young creatives. Her content is visually inspiring, thoughtful and seeks to spark change. In this episode she shares her “why”, and how she’s identifying with self following a challenging 18 months.
Billie Iveson is the fashion and beauty director of cult publication, Russh. She’s also one of Alison’s best friends. Through a creative lens, Billie shares her take on the intersection of self, creativity and brand; and why constraints aren’t a bad thing.
One of Australia’s most-followed and respected beauty editors, Leigh Campbell shares honestly about big career moves, the beauty circuit, her relationship with herself, Instagram’s relationship with her, and the heartbreak and pain of infertility and pregnancy loss. This episode comes with a trigger warning. If you need to talk, please call the Sands Australia 24 hour support line on 1300 072 637.
Kelly Muller is a young mother redefining “success”. A leading marketing and brand strategist, she’s one of the (discreet) brains behind success stories including P.E. Nation, Stylerunner and ModelCo.
Chloe Brinklow is the founder of pioneering “less is more” beauty destination, Tomboy Beauty. Recorded in her New York City bedroom, Chloe shares her journey from Australia’s Central Coast to NYC, how her sense of self intersects with her work as a creative, mentoring the new guard and more.
Founder of minimalist style blog Harper & Harley and online retail store The Undone, Sara Crampton shares her practical and pragmatic approach to life as an influencer and explains why, a decade on from starting her blog, she still prefers to keep her private life, private.