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[Tetsuya]

SYDNEY

Food related surprises are my favourite kind of surprises. Especially when it involves being picked up by your friends in a swanky chauffeur driven car and driven to a secret... more
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[That 70s Shoot]

SYDNEY

No one likes a gatecrasher, they don't have the best of reputations. I'll admit I may have gatecrashed a few parties in my youth (can't say they were my proudest moments) but... more
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[Diet Coke]

SYDNEY

If there is a photo shoot to encompass everything Model Appetite stands for then this is it. When the brief came through for the new Diet Coke campaign it summed MA up to a T. “We want you to just go for it. Give us energy, go mad and don’t worry about getting messy. ” Now that, I can do.

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[Jun-Men]

NEW YORK

I’m sure you've all heard of Little Italy, China Town, Little Korea, The Arab Quarter......well,  I have discovered Mini Japan. Taking a teeny tiny residence on 25th and... more
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[The Perfect Fit]

LONDON

As models we are continuously waiting for those "YES!!" jobs. The jobs we keep all our fingers and toes crossed for. The jobs that keep us constantly checking our phones for THAT... more
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[Russo and Russo]

SYDNEY

Give me a bowl of pasta and you will have officially made a best friend. Pasta is my ultimate comfort food. Bad day – Pasta. Good day – Pasta. Any day – Pasta. Once pasta hits the table the flood gates open and there is no stopping the pasta monster within. I think I’ve made it pretty clear how much I love pasta. So I will leave you with Osteria di Russo and Russo and one of the greatest pasta experiences of my foodie journey.

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[A1 Bakery]

MELBOURNE

We all have those places dotted around the world, the country, our neighbourhood that give us a taste of home or take us back to our childhood or remind us of our loved ones. I'm... more
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[Belle Du Jour]

GOLD COAST

What would you say if I told you this is how I first met Georges mum and dad? Not the usual get up when meeting the parents. What if I then told you that the clothes I'm wearing,... more
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[Salamanca Market]

HOBART

OK, so I’ve just planned your next holiday. You will book a long weekend in Hobart, preferably arriving on Friday morning and departing on Monday. Friday is your prep day. Do not eat much today, walk as much as you can (those extra calories will come in very handy) and mentally prepare yourself for what can only be described as a sensory smack in the face, On Saturday you will wake up hungry and walk down to the Salamanca Market where you will eat your body weight in food. Sunday and Monday will be spent lying in a horizontal position, digesting, sleeping and wondering how on earth you managed to fit in all that food.

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