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KARA ROSENLUND in Brisbane, Queensland.

Monday 21st Sep 2015


I started INEZ Daily because I wanted to share all the wonderful things I find on my travels as a stylist with other like-minded fashion lovers.

A happy consequence of this oversharing is the friendships that I’ve formed with other equally enthusiastic creative sorts. A lot of the time we’ve never actually met or even spoken but we ‘chat’ often through social media.

Shortcuts’ has now given me the opportunity to reach out to these clever, talented and charming women, as I ask them to open their address books and share with us their well edited tips, go-toos and… shortcuts!

Today I bring you Kara Rosenlund, that incredibly inspiring photographer, stylist, adventurer, author and storyteller who takes us on her self-proclaimed ‘old school road tripping adventure’ through the wondrous, beautiful, sensitive and charming images that she creates.

Want to know where Kara heads in her hometown for flowers, homewares, cocktails and so much mooore??

Follow the link below and all will be revealed…

Fashion:
The Fabric Store for fabric – I can’t sew, so I get things made by the sweetest lady who’s 76.

Homewares:
Coin toss between Magnolia, The Old Boat House, Everingham & Watson and Virginia Antiques.

Books:
Folio Books in the city and Riverbend Books.

Coffee:
Vieille Branche in Fox street, Albion. French antiques and coffee – the perfect combo!

Brunch:
Jamie’s Espresso Bar – I’ve been going here for 12 years strong and I have the ‘milk crate arse’ to prove it. Chairs are overrated right?

Cocktails:
Maker, on Fish Lane. Order the pollen, beeswax and whiskey cocktail – it’s sexy and so is the fit out – dark as midnight, with lots of brass. Hot!

Family Dinners:
Our house, on the back deck. Tin and timber, can’t beat it.

Date night:
Gauge, opposite the Queensland Museum, skip between Gauge for dinner and Maker around the corner for late night drinks. Brisbane has never felt more alluring!

Groceries:
Sourced Grocer for the fancy bits and Food Connect‘s vegetable box for basics.

Butcher:
The Meat Man, Lutwyche Shopping Centre. Seriously, I bring my cook books in and ask him for all sorts of weird cuts.

Bottle shop:
My local Drive-Thru – I hope they never knock it down, they knock everything down in Brisbane.

Take Away:
The dodgy Thai down the road, which knows my order when they hear my voice.

Florist:
Queensland Floral Supplies at Hendra – two big cold rooms of the good stuff!

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