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Carli Philips

Carli Philips
Carli is currently the Melbourne contributing editor of luxury interiors and design magazine, Belle. Her editorial work has been published in Elle, Grazia, Harpers Bazaar, Vogue Living, Inside Out, Nylon, Russh, Virgin Voyeur in-flight, Sunday Style, The Age, Business of Fashion, L’Officiel, Wish Magazine and The Australian for which she contributes to the fashion pages. An avid traveller with a keen eye for design and fashion, Carli has been a contributor to global trend forecasting agency WGSN and a consultant on various specialty projects. She’s also keenly interested in health and fitness with activewear being her usual attire.
Happy Melon, mindfulness studio, holistic wellness space

Melbourne’s Happy Melon opens chic holistic wellness space

Back in April, a teeny tiny manmade alley emerged between an old rug shop and its neighbouring brick wall. Subtly identified by some miniscule yellow silver stamps on the pavement, the undercover lane leads...
BRandy Creek Day Spa

Victoria welcomes new Brandy Creek Day Spa

Whether it’s a good old-fashioned drink to (temporarily) cure the blues or some well deserved wellness therapy, one need not choose between vice and virtue at Brandy Creek. Here, the idea is to have...

4 variations of hot yoga that give serious results

It may not look like India, but hot yoga sure can feel like it. Inspired by the temperature of yoga’s birthplace, hot yoga is no longer just resigned to Bikram. In fact, there are many...
Herbal teas

Healing teas you’ll find in supermarkets AND trendy brew bars

Way before the latte was invented, there was tea. It has powerful healing benefits which those in the East have known all along (for about 4,000 years to be precise) but the West has been a little late to loose leaf party. As we pointed out in a story last week, ‘tea bars’ are now a 'thing', but the great news is you'll find these especially healing teas in your big chain supermarket these days too
Matt Stone, live chemical-free, sustainable living

Chef Matt Stone shows us how to live chemical-free

Australia’s King of sustainable dining, 28 year-old Matt Stone, has made a name for himself in the kitchen at Greenhouse Perth, adopting the progressive philosophies of fresh, locally sourced whole foods. We chatted to Matt about ‘green washing’, doubling up on detergent and living chemical-free
nike, nike x sacai, sacai, active wear

NikeLab x Sacai: Nike’s coolest fashion collection yet?

Would you wear a skirt designed to look like sports jacket? A hoodie with a high fashion peplum kick? NikeLab has teamed up with super cool Japanese brand Sacai to create a collection of conceptual sportswear pieces like nothing you've seen before. Trust us, you'll love
Tara Stiles

Catching up with yoga guru Tara Stiles

Carli Philips talks to the stunning New York based yoga expert and founder of Strala Yoga Tara Stiles about her health secrets and collaboration with W Hotels.