Finding Inspiration

Like some Disney Pixar kids movie, finding your inspiration can be difficult. To be totally honest with all of you reading this right now, I'm struggling hard. It's been about a year now since my last vacation, work has been flat chat, and I've had literally no time to get creative beyond my routine 'content creation' for my blog.

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Natural Selection

I'm not going to lie to you, and for those that are avid shoppers, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about - well and hopefully feel my pain! Along with the burden to my wallet too! Sometimes, you're out and about enjoying your day and something inexplicably catches your eye.

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Billy Georgopoulos
The King of LA

Once upon a time, about four years ago today on the dot, I was traversing the magical lands of California. It feels like an eternity since my trip that brought a lot of unique experiences, busted a lot of my anxiety and have since drawn countless inspiration in both my work and my fashion sense from the Los Angeles natives.

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A Change of Course

As they say at nearly at every corner or every facet in life. "Variety is the spice of life". Mixing things up just to 'spice' up your routine is always a great way to see from a different point of view. Being creative, in a creative job, doing creative things outside of my 9-5, I can quite quickly feel stifled at times. The bounds of my brain sometimes don't let me go - a prisoner at times.

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TRIENNIEL

When it comes to Art, Melbourne is seriously coming along as a prominent figure, or host, for some amazing exhibitions for contemporary art. A year ago, the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) hosted Andy Warhol and Ai Wei Wei, which was absolutely amazing. Not long after David Hockney's exhibition came along.

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Summer Linens

Summer can be a harsh environment filled with dangers that can only be encountered if you're forced to venture out of the hole you call your bedroom and into the wide open world. Unfortunately, we all have to make a living so aspiring to be a hermit in my bedroom isn't the best course to take in life.

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Captain, my Captain

I was a bit of a slow starter with the new trend hitting the fashionable streets of Europe. The Greek Fisherman's Cap. Yep. The old school charm moulded into street style with a modern twist has been huge, especially across the fashion week circles. Bloggers have been quick to take to it and influencers alike are repping it left right and centre. 

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Sydney Trippin'

Every now and then, I get the opportunity to get up to Sydney for work. Even though it's only ever for a couple of days, it's always fun to get up and get down and dirty in the city I tend to let a little looser in. This time round, I was a little lucky that I got three days to work, and two days to play! Imagine that!

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What Goes? Episode 1: Trench Coats

It's 2018. And it the spirit of the new year, I wanted to start up a little ongoing series. Why? Why not! Now I'm not classically trained or schooled in fashion. So everything on my blog and Instagram has definitely been from years of experimenting with fashion and style.

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Greek Traditions: Blessing of the Waters 2018

Every year across Melbourne, the popular beach areas throughout Victoria, Sydney, the rest of Australia and the world, Greeks get together to celebrate the Holy Epiphany. The community get together within an epicentre of the traditional celebration of the baptism of Jesus Christ by John the Baptist in the River Jordan.

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Creamy Smooth

Summer in Melbourne is finally in full swing. It took it's sweet ass time but hooray for some deliciously sunny warmth. Basking in the summer glow (Yeah I said it!) is one of my favourite past times. Just got to watch the heat dial isn't turned way up and you end up a burnt crisp! With Summer, comes the awful inability to wear nearly half of your wardrobe. It's such a huge inconvenience! I'm a person who loves Winter for the wardrobe you can wear.

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Camo for the Summer

It's summer and camouflage is back! After a little hiatus in the back of our wardrobe, the print has made a return in menswear and fashion a number of surprising ways, from digital urban print as inner lining to tiger camo blended with pops of orange. Stable. Versatile. 

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Billy Georgopoulos
The Science of Wearing Black In Summer

As far back as I can remember, wearing black during summer is a big no no. "It's way too hot to wear black!" is a common phrase heard. It's quite obvious why though - the light from the sun doesn't reflect off the colour (or shade) as well

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Product of Immigration

When it comes down to it, I'm a pretty simple dude. I like things that are quite minimal, especially when it comes to fashion. While I wear a lot of details, the overall theme isn't very technical. So when it comes to keeping it simple, a few statement pieces are exactly what you need.

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Sunday Funday

After a sudden jolt, I was suddenly I awoke by my dog jumping on my bed and licking my face. It was way past his normal time to go for a walk. How could I deny him further! Time for his walk! Stepping out into the crisp sunshine, I couldn't help but smile. 

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Summer Rain

After almost 13 days in a row of 30 degree days, Melbourne has finally hit a cool change that gotten rid of the humidity in the air. But by cool change, I mean the storms were so wild, we had 100mm of rain (about 2 months of rain) in a single weekend so you could imagine the amount of rain that came through and didn't stop till late Sunday. 

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Trend Alert: Silk Shirts

Seventies-inspired shirts are making a comeback, and I couldn't be more excited! The thing is, you either love them or hate them, but don't fight the fire when I say they're fast coming back into fashion. Summer in Europe was exciting to see from afar. 

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Summer Time Fly

Melbourne, for once, has been putting on some amazing weather. I believe it's almost 13 days in a row that have been over 30. That's unheard of, especially in November, Apparently, that hasn't happened in over 100 years. But I'm not here to talk to you about the weather.

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