By Sally-ann Moffat on Sunday, November 18, 2012 11:57 PM
I remember being glued to the television as a youngster watching the Miss Universe pageants with absolute admiration and awe. Selecting my own winners for each category and being hypnotised by the grace and elegance of what seemed to me to be the most beautiful women in the world.
By Sally-ann Moffat on Wednesday, February 01, 2012 12:44 AM
Picture a wedding dress in your mind’s eye. Is it white? An off the shoulder number, perhaps a strapless bodice and floor length flowing full skirt? I bet it is exactly that dress. Because today’s modern bride seems to be stuck in a cookie cutter vortex of never ending repetitious strapless whiter-than-white tulle confections.
By Sally-ann Moffat on Friday, July 29, 2011 11:05 PM
The day of the most recent big earthquake felt in Wellington, (I think it was the Taupo one), I was sitting at the front window table of Coco at the Roxy with Helen from the Mary Potter Hospice and Casey from Ashley Fogel.
By Sally-ann Moffat on Friday, May 20, 2011 2:33 PM
Presenting the ZM and Westfield Style Session is always fun and because it is live there is always something that can and will go wrong. This time it was that my head set microphone was brand new and wasn’t wearing its fluffy cover thing (what is that called?!) so every time I breathed it sounded like Darth Vader was on stage with me.
By Sally-ann Moffat on Tuesday, April 05, 2011 11:48 AM
Last night I was a contender in my first ‘style-off’. Much like a’ walk off’ a style off is a fashion term for when two people try to out style each other.
By Sally-ann Moffat on Friday, March 11, 2011 5:51 PM
I got the brief for a big commercial shoot. The keywords were elegant, glamorous and timeless. “No problem” I thought. The items to shoot were stunning, the setting was a beautiful house high up on a hill. “Gorgeous” I thought. The female model was someone I knew “Beautiful” I exclaimed. I knew the photographer “So talented” and the make-up artist “Award winning”. I began to think “This is going to be absolutely brilliant”. Then I heard something that unnerved me.