Stylists In Residence

Brisbane | October 6 - November 24

Last year Mys Tyler™ partnered with Mirvac to launch the Stylist in Residence program at Toombul Shopping Centre, Brisbane. Twelve Mys Tyler™ Contributors made themselves at home to provide 1:1 styling sessions, host masterclasses, fashion panels, participate in photoshoots and a Fashion Show to show off the best of in-store fashion. The program was such a huge success, that we had a round two, taking it to Birkenhead Point which launched on Valentines Day, running for one month. 

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Fashion Show

On the 22nd of November, Mys Tyler hosted a Fashion Show at Toombul Shopping Centre, Brisbane, to wrap our Stylist in Residence program with our fabulous Contributors.

Check out what's on trend in store and admire our beautiful

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Meet the Stylists

Our Stylists, all Mys Tyler™ Contributors, will be hosting an array of masterclasses, styling sessions, photoshoots, fashion shows and more over a one month residency. Meet the team. 

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I am 34 years old, a wife and a mum of two beautiful girls. Not only have I worked as a makeup artist for the last decade but I am also now studying fashion. Having a curvy figure, I have taken a particular interest in exploring all areas of mid-size and plus-size fashion, from how women can embrace their shape and style, to more in depth discussions on plus size identity within the fashion industry.

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Hi! I'm Sonia Koroma; I'm a Brisbane based fashion and lifestyle blogger. I am passionate about inspiring women to own their personal style. And you can make it as colourful as you want. I share my own take on fashion with a bit of soul and lots of colour.

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Hello and welcome. Style and what people wear has fascinated me for as long as I can remember. As a woman in her fifties and a mum of four my aim is to dress stylishly and make good wardrobe choices that will stay with me.

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Dimitie Kendall is a personal stylist, colour analyst, life coach and fashion influencer on Instagram @fashionfor50s. Her main focus is on helping women 50 plus to look and feel good inside and out. Dimitie has always loved fashion but after raising her two children, found she’d lost her sense of style. When she decided to rectify the issue she discovered it was hard to find clothing that didn’t make her look like her 20something daughter or her 80plus mother.

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A Brisbane based model, content creator, a stepmom to 2 gorgeous young ladies and a mum to 2 adorable fur babies. I started my fashion and beauty career on Instagram 3 years ago at the age of 44.

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Bec Smith is a personal stylist and fashion blogger based in Brisbane. As a self- confessed shopaholic, Bec has spent years styling her friends and family as well as building her wardrobe with classic, statement pieces. She offers her personal styling services to clients helping them to transform their own wardrobes and give them a new lease on life.

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Slowly but steadily, I learned the art of not giving a f*ck, and that’s when it happened: I saw those gorgeous, sparkly shoes, and I bought them, ignoring my self-imposed boundaries of ‘I can’t wear that’. I decided that I was worth it. No more hiding me.

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Amy Grant is a Brisbane based Personal, Editorial & eCommerce Stylist, as well as a content creator and branding expert, with over 10 years of Fashion industry experience and certification from the Australian Style Institute.

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Samantha Elle is a Mum & Style Blogger in Brisbane. She is passionate about helping women (and herself) be more confident through Style. Effortless is the most important step for Samantha, as she focuses on “throw on & go” outfits for the everyday busy Mum.

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Personal and editorial stylist, runway director and producer, lover of the red lippy and cool shoes. I style my clients according to their body shape, lifestyle and budget. My goal is to make my clients feel fantastic about themselves and get boost of confidence knowing they look great!

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Masterclasses

Mys Tyler™ hosted several Masterclasses in the beautiful space of Birkenhead Point Shopping Centre.

 

Contributors from across Brisbane lead these Masterclasses speaking on topics ranging from "Psychology of Colour" to "Minimal effort, Maximum Impact" and more! Check out below.

 
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Dimitie Kendall: Psychology of Colour

We invite you to join our first Stylist in Residence workshop with personal stylist, colour analyst, life coach and fashion influencer Dimitie Kendall (@fashionfor50s).

In this workshop, Dimitie will help you to discover your body shape, style personality and basic colours. She will also unpack the psychology of colour, and how you can use this to feel better in your everyday life.

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Samantha Elle: Effortless Style for Mums

Join Samantha Elle as she shows you how to easily transition your wardrobe from pregnancy to postpartum, without wasting money on clothes that no longer fit once bub is here! We’re talking flowy, comfortable, affordable, breastfeeding fashion (that has pockets)!

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Julz Elizabeth: Accentuating your Makeup

Having worked in the makeup industry for close to a decade, I have had the pleasure working on many weddings, formal and runway shows, as well as helping clients find their every day makeup routines. I love to embrace natural beauty, with a focus on emphasising features so that my clients feel like a fresh, vibrant and glowing version of themselves.

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Dulce Corravabius: Crafting a Functional Wardrobe: from 'meh' to mesmerising

Do you ever open up your closet sigh and think, “I’ve got nothing to wear!” This is your chance to learn how to effectively declutter your wardrobe, organise it and discover new outfits, all by mixing and matching pieces you already have! You’ll also learn how to identify key missing pieces that will take your image from meh to mesmerising!

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Isabel Wetten: Minimal Effort, Maximum Impact

Discover ways to spend less time figuring out what to wear and more time making an impact in your life and others through the power of preparation.

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Azy Belal: Wearable Spring: how to style

I am a big fan of wearing color more than ever! Amidst all of this covid chaos, Azy believes we all need as much colour in our lives as possible. Who loves a dull wardrobe? Not me! Join me as I take you through key color trends for the much-loved season of Spring 2021 and shop the best pieces to add to literally any wardrobe making it timeless! I don't just recommewnd the best pieces of clothing but...accessorise! You can't ever forger to dazzle your outfit with a bit of bling!

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Rebecca Smith: 5 pieces that I wear regularly I think you SHOULD invest in

Join personal stylist, fashion blogger and self-confessed shopaholic Bec Smith as she shares the 5 everyday pieces that you SHOULD invest in and include in your wardrobe. These pieces alone will make an outfit, and are versatile enough to mix and match!

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Mys Tyler x Toombul Shopping Centre Fashion Show

To conclude an incredible 50 days of Style with Mys Tyler x Toombul's Stylists in Residence program, we are excited to present a diverse and size-inclusive fashion parade! Joins us as Mys Tyler Contributors - women of all shapes, ages, sizes, and ethnicities - walk the runway to showcase what's new in-store at Toombul.

 

Inclusivity and Diversity in the Fashion Industry

The fashion industry has a long-standing reputation of discriminating against race, size, gender, age, and religion - often depicting the ‘perfect’ model as tall, fair, young, and slim. Periods of social unrest last year pushed diversity to the top of the industry’s agenda, leading to a myriad of inclusive campaigns and initiatives. Has there been any progress?

This panel brought together leading advocates within the fashion community to dismantle industry norms, and show how designers, brands, and all of us can be truly, and authentically, inclusive. 

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Panelists: Suzanne Dang, CurvySam, Sonish Space, Julz Elizabeth (moderator), Stevie Angel, Nadia Tucker, Amy Grant

 

What our panelists had to say...

We are all human, we are all different, we should be who we want to be. I’m the colorful one, and I own that. I was a size 6, I had a baby, I am a size 10, and sometimes I’m a size 12. (I don''t want to be) limited because of my age, or because I’m a mother. This is how I want to express myself, how I want to show up for myself” from a war torn country.”

Sonish Space, Fashion Blogger

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"Look at a store, look around and consider (if) you're representing everyone, not just the norm. Think about what seating you have, will it suit someone that has a big bum, think about their height and size. It’s not just visual, there’s a very physical aspect." 

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"There shouldn’t be an ideal body type. We are women we are not fruit... We are conditioned to believe that we will be happier, smarter, richer by being skinny. We can challenge this by using our own voices."

Amy Grant, ASI Qualified Stylist

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