"I'm really grateful that social media picked up when the group was over.Because one of the things that people find themselves doing is kicking themselves - it's so impulsive and you send things out and then you're like, 'I didn't mean that.' I was in a girl group [and] there were emotions going around.When she's not binge watching Netflix or buying things she can't afford online, she spends her weekends trawling through bookstores and eating her way through Brisbane.There is more to our local fashion scene than shopping for pretty clothes.As an entrepreneur, wife and mother of two, she constantly has to balance family life and the demands of her Brisbane business.That might sound familiar to our social norms but what many don’t know is she is based in Los Angeles.It's this sort of physical composure that confirms the songstress has been in this business for most of her adult life.
That’s the hardest thing about being independent." She further explains, "The other thing is that I have to make the money and distribute it and take care of myself.
Which in some ways is really empowering and the 21st century woman is really that." The 'strong woman' persona is inspired by her fascination around 1968 to the early 70s.
Her mother is her visual inspiration and style icon who she says dressed really smart.
"She was always making her own clothes and creating her own patterns.
She was like: 'I'm not going to buy it, I'm going to make it." She goes on saying, "She's always done things her way but was inspired by other women and I find myself doing the same thing." Often identified as part of The Pussycat Dolls, we delved into a deeper question of whether or not it gets exhausting and if the association will ever shift.