Just don't step directly in puddles. Originals Samba Leather, Adidas, $65; Dunk Low, Nike, $59.99. You get the best of both worlds with what we call "rain sneakers," which are basically rain boots masquerading as high-top sneakers. Both Tretorn and Hunter.
The 21-year-old knows she's good, but there is nothing like being named Australia ... low and make some adjustments to correct the fault." And when she's not pulling down on a wrench, Ms Azzopardi is on the back of her dirt bike or swapping her pink work.
In a rare interview with Vogue, the Silver Linings Playbook star opened up about her new relationship with the director and admitted there was an energy between them while shooting their film, but that their romance didn't happen until after the movie.
The Philippines has accepted Australia's offer to provide "technical assistance", including sharing counter intelligence, to its security forces to fight Islamic State-allied extremists seeking to gain a foothold in south-east Asia. But President Rodrigo.
Her ravishing Kookai dress featured a mixture of purple and orange leaf ... Only her black stilettos kept her outfit from being completely white. Like Dundovic, 2008's Australia's Next Top Model Demelza Reveley and 2013 Miss World Australia Erin Holland.
Shoppers who stick loyally to high street favourites Boots and Superdrug for their beauty items could ... The two chemist and cosmetics chains are firm favourites with many women who see them as low cost options for everyday beauty and health items.
Inspired by Vivian’s look, we dressed Tayla from Adelaide agency Powell Models in a white shirt, blue mini skirt and over-the-knee black suede boots from Kookai Rundle Place for a fun photoshoot in Hotel Richmond’s First lounge bar. Rundle Place.
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Apple is rolling out facial recognition to unlock its new iPhone X, as has been rumored for months and confirmed in leaks over the weekend. It’s iPhone day! The technology builds on Touch ID and is called Face ID, of course. It uses a new selfie camera.
Luke Plunkett is a Contributing Editor based in Canberra, Australia. He has written a book on cosplay, designed a game about airplanes, and also runs cosplay.kotaku.com.