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Style Stories with Madeleine Park

Author: MITT Work

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As a stylist and vintage fashion hound, I believe everything has a story — whether it be clothes or the people that wear them. So this is Style Stories, a collection of conversations with creative people who have a strong sense of style. I sit on my couch with old and new peers and discover how their fashion choices have shaped and been shaped by their family, friends, and careers. Together we tell their Style Story.

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Produced by MITT Work
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In this Short Story, I chat with celebrated book designer and artist, Evi O. We catch up on all she’s been up to since our Style Stories interview last year, including releasing her latest art exhibition Giant, and birthing her “love child”, a book titled Day Trip. Of course we talk style, how texture is fulfilling her desire for detail and naturally what we should wear when day tripping. I hope you can sit back, relax and enjoy listening to this Short Story. If you want to see more please visit my IGTV episodes @madeleinepark.co and if you want to hear more of Evi’s Style Story go to https://madeleinepark.co/podcast/2020/9/11/evi-o
In episode 2 of season 5 I chat with Liv Rahmé, fashion stylist, curve model and social media influencer. While Liv knows how to work impressive angles on both sides of the camera, it’s her strong attention to detail and a keen eye for colour palettes that’s defined her as a voice of authority in the fashion industry. And while her perfectionistic tendencies in her work like to see her stick to the rules, it’s the strength in which she’s broken them that define the sharp edge to her style. View my shoot with Liv at MadeleinePark.co. Produced by MITT Work.
In this Short Story, I chat to Libby Babet, former trainer of The Biggest Loser and founder of 4 businesses including The Upbeat & Beauty Food. We chat about the tenacity required to build a business and a community, sustainable steps in the activewear industry and feeling confident in your own skin whatever your style or your story. I hope you can sit back, relax and enjoy listening to this Short Story and if you want to see more please visit my IGTV episodes @madeleinepark.co
In episode 1 of season 5 I chat with Cybele Malinowski, celebrated photographer and filmmaker. Cybele is notorious not only for her stand-out shots in the fashion and music space but for her ability to use her work to incite positive and impactful change, including Agender a platform promoting female photographers. Cybele does not take anything at face value and whatever space she’s working in she asks you to dig deeper, find the light and the dark, see the whole story. And while she has a penchant for sharp shapes and clean lines in both her clothing and her work, it’s this desire to find beauty in truth that underpins all that she does, including her style. View my shoot with Cybele Malinowski at MadeleinePark.co. Produced by MITT Work.
Introducing Season 5

Introducing Season 5

2021-05-2102:30

As our days get colder and nights get longer, Season 5 of Style Stories aims to echo nature’s cycle to stop, adapt and recover by highlighting stories of rebuilding, restrengthening and reinvention after a period of struggle or turmoil. As Style Stories adapts to it’s own changing environment, this season proves to be an important reminder to take stock of what we have, regroup and be tenacious about overcoming adversity knowing the sunshine will come. I hope you are warmed by these stories and can sit back, relax, and enjoy listening to Season 5. Produced by MITT Work.
In this Short Story, I chat to performer Chloe Zuel, currently starring in the Australian production of Hamilton. We chat about the energy of being back in the theatre, taking on the character of Eliza Hamilton, and the joy of wearing normal clothes. I hope you can sit back, relax and enjoy listening to this Short Story and if you want to see more please visit my IGTV episodes @madeleinepark.co
In episode six of season four I chat with mother-daughter duo, Alyssa-Jane Cook and Georgia-May Davis, affectionately known as AJ and GM respectively. Mother and daughter alike, these blonde bombshells have graced our tv screens to become beloved household names. AJ is known from almost every iconic Australian TV program a nineties teenager (ahem) could attest to watching, including A Country Practice, Home & Away, and E-Street. And while GM has taken a strong stride in her mother’s footsteps, appearing in Young Talent Time at the tender age of 15 and is about to dive into Netflix notoriety, it’s AJ’s mum they’ve both taken their style cues from, proving that style leaves a legacy. What’s more fitting for Mother’s Day than an interview with these two lovely ladies who celebrate a combined love of career, fashion and family. Whatever your relationship to this day is, I hope it’s an opportunity for you to celebrate any nurturing woman in your life and the legacies they leave behind. View my shoot with Alyssa-Jane Cook and Georgia-May Davis at MadeleinePark.co. Produced by MITT Work.
In this Short Story, I catch up with National Fashion Editor of The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, who I spoke to 12 months ago for Style At Home. We chat about the blossoming developments in her world, maternity wear, and why “mummy & me” looks are not her style. I hope you can sit back, relax and enjoy listening to this Short Story and if you want to see more please visit my IGTV episodes @madeleinepark.co
In episode five of season four I chat with Leah Howard, a triple-threat dancer, director and choreographer. While Leah has hit the heights of royalty status in the Australian performing arts industry, having been raised in the studios of Brent Street, her Fijian heritage also sees her lay claim to the title of princess. And whilst these big titles don’t present as big ego in Leah they do reflect the coming together and blessing of two families who have defined her and made her very capable of the big love she advocates. As you sashay, tap and twirl through Leah’s big, bold style and story, feel free to revel in Leah’s joy and I dare you not to smile. View my shoot with Leah at MadeleinePark.co.  Produced by MITT Work.
In this Short Story, I chat to Melissa Singer, National Fashion Editor of The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald. We chat about the impact lockdown and COVID has had on the Australian fashion industry, it’s consumers and what we can expect moving forward. I hope you can sit back, relax and enjoy listening to this Short Story and if you want to see more please visit my IGTV episodes @madeleinepark.co
In episode four of season four I chat with Sian Redgrave, cook, food & fashion stylist and celebrated winner of Season 2 of The Great Australian Bake Off. Whilst Sian is known for producing food and photo shoots fit for renaissance royalty, there’s no room for pretence in Sian’s style. Her look may regularly be suited up but her well tailored manner is carefully contrasted with a casual comfort that invites you in and gives you a seat at the table. And it’s this delicious mix of delightful ingredients that make that make’s Sian’s style feel both aspirational and approachable. View my shoot with Sian at MadeleinePark.co. Produced by MITT Work.
In episode three of season four I chat with celebrated artist and activist, Noni Cragg. Of Irish, Scottish and First Nation heritage, it’s Noni’s style to celebrate diverse and otherwise under-represented identities in all areas of her existence including her professional and personal portraiture. Inspired by culture, colour and people, Noni is unapologetically outspoken and whether she’s bedecked in all black or she’s coloured herself bad, it’s her style to be seen and to be heard.  View my shoot with Noni at MadeleinePark.co.  Produced by MITT Work.
In this Short Story, Rachael Brand, Head of Brand Entertainment Production at Network 10, and I do a style show-and-tell and share details of our favourite fashion find this week and why we are loving it. I hope you can sit back, relax and enjoy listening to this Short Story and if you want to see more please visit my IGTV episodes @madeleinepark.co
In episode two of season four I chat with fashion and costume designer Katie-Louise Nicol-Ford, seamstress extraordinaire and co-founder of demi-couture label, Nicol + Ford. Costume as a cache for creativity came to Katie-Louise early in life, starting with the character of “Hula Girl”, but as we turn the pages of her colourful story and observe the various personas she’s played with along the way, we see her current role firmly lands her as the leading lady of her own glamorous narrative. No matter which role she takes on to the outside world, for Katie-Louise, fantasy & empowerment go hand-in-hand, characterise her source of self-confidence and are critical in defining her spirited style. View my shoot with Katie-Louise at MadeleinePark.co. Produced by MITT Work.
In this Short Story I catch up with Rachael Brand, Head of Brand Entertainment Production at Network 10, who I interviewed in Season 1 of Style Stories. We catch up on a year of WFH, making tv shows through a pandemic, new beginnings and how the business of Little Flowers resonates with Rachael and her style. I hope you can sit back, relax and enjoy listening to this Short Story and if you want to see more please visit my IGTV episodes @madeleinepark.co
Sarah Regan (Florist)

Sarah Regan (Florist)

2021-02-2833:16

In episode one of season four I chat with Sarah Regan, Advertising Director turned happiness spreader.  Sarah launched her budding business, Little Flowers, 8 years ago with a model that focusses on the thought rather than the theatrics of giving flowers. Sarah may now have swapped her suits and stilettos for a simpler style but as her florist flourishes so does her confidence both in how she works and what she wears.  View my shoot with Sarah at MadeleinePark.co.  Produced by MITT Work.
Introducing Season 4

Introducing Season 4

2021-02-2502:10

For the opening season of 2021, I bring together stories of hope and positive change and have partnered with innovative florist, Little Flowers, with the idea that flowers offer us a beauty that naturally gives joy and are a potent symbol of change and development. Like Little Flowers, Season 4 of Style Stories aims to put more smiles on more faces, more often. As always, thank you for listening and I hope you can sit back, relax and enjoy listening to the introductory episode of Style Stories for Season 4. Produced by MITT Work.
In this Short Story, Bianca Raess, Wayside Chapel Op Shop Co-ordinator, and I do a vintage show-and-tell and share details of our favourite fashion find this week and why we are loving it. I hope you can sit back, relax and enjoy listening to this Short Story and if you want to see more please visit my IGTV episodes @madeleinepark.co
Welcome to Short Stories, some light, bright, bite-size pieces of style with new and old friends, that sit between my regular Style Stories interviews. In this Short Story I catch up with Bianca Raess, Wayside Chapel Op Shop Co-ordinator, who I interviewed in Season 3 of Style Stories. We catch up on new adventures, holiday dressing and style tips to help mentally preparing for the work year ahead. I hope you can sit back, relax and enjoy listening to this Short Story and if you want to see more please visit my IGTV episodes @madeleinepark.co
Concluding Season 3

Concluding Season 3

2020-12-2404:55

As we wrap up 2020 I conclude Season 3 of Style Stories with a personal message and to wish you all a happy, safe holiday. Thank you for listening and I look forward to connecting with you all again in the new year, Madeleine. Produced by MITT Work.
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