What does Australian design mean to you?
What does Nique mean to you?
NIQUE for me is the place I go to for my permanent wardrobe. The pieces I get from there are so workable with the rest of my wardrobe. Simplicity with an edge.
What stood out to you regarding the garments you picked for this styling shoot?
How good the pieces feel on. How easy it is to style them in more than one way and the fact that they really are gender neutral.
How does minimalism play a role in your life?
My life is pretty hectic as a freelance stylist, you really don’t know what is coming up next. My approach to shopping has changed though and I now look for fabrics and simple shapes that I know suit my body. It’s actually been really refreshing simplifying my wardrobe and taking a more minimal approach to dressing.
Do you focus on gender at all when styling or is everything unisex in your eyes?
As a stylist you are used to playing with things and putting a different spin on them. A skirt can become a hat, a dress can become a cape. I’ve never really seen gender as a focus, it’s more about the person or the creative feel I want to lead with.
How do you style responsibly and sustainably?
I try to mix in vintage where I can, that’s something I’ve always liked to work with and I love to incorporate sustainable brands which thankfully is getting much easier to do. In my own personal style I don’t mass buy, I invest in a few key pieces that I love and wear on repeat.
Jules | Black Stanton Pants + Gleise(504) x Nique Fireburst Tie-Dye Riken Tee (sold out)
What are your favourite items from our AW22 collection?
The culottes and shirt combo! I think I’ve worn and styled this at least 3 different times already. I’m Also a big fan of your knits.