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Friday
Nov272009

Juliet Love

WHO: JULIET LOVE
WHAT:
INTERIOR DESIGNER & STYLIST, HOST OF ‘THE PARTY GARDEN’
WHERE:
SYDNEY
VISIT:
www.lifestylechannel.com.au

FFF loves… Juliet’s eye for all things gorgeous, and her ability to multitask with style.

What are your staples?
7 for all mankind
jeans (the best fit on your butt!), Elsa Peretti black lacquer bangle  (a gift from my boyfriend), lots of oversized singlets in white, black and nude for layering, French Sole ballet slippers, a multitude of silk scarves – Pucci, Oroton and Hermès are favourites – and a white gold cross around my neck. I like to mix these things back with more affordable items. You don’t have to spend a fortune on clothes to look great these days…

What are your indulgences?
Shoes! I had a dedicated ‘shoe cupboard’ built to house my collection… tragic!

What can’t you live without?
My Burberry trench coat. A true classic, it goes with everything and is trans-seasonal. Worth every penny!

What is past its use-by-date?
A lot of things. I am currently doing a massive wardrobe overhaul! 

What is your wardrobe craving?
Anything by Missoni.  

About Juliet Love:
Juliet has always had a passion for design, commencing her career at Vogue Living magazine where she worked as Merchandising Editor, styling photographic shoots and sourcing the latest products in the design world.  Juliet also worked across the titles Vogue Entertaining & Travel and Vogue Apartment Living, which provided an excellent foundation for her role hosting the new Lifestyle Channel TV show, The Party Garden™.

 In The Party Garden™, Juliet offers inspiration and advice to turn any backyard into a beautiful space for any entertaining occasion. Apart from her role on The Party Garden™, Juliet has also appeared as the design expert on several prime time television shows, giving her opinion on interior, fashion and lifestyle trends. 

 As a qualified Interior Designer & Stylist, having graduated from the prestigious Commercial Arts Training College, Juliet also has her own styling business. Most recently, Juliet has been working at EDIT, the decorative home wares business owned by former Vogue Director Sharyn Storrier Lyneham.

Juliet believes that everyone should surround themselves with beautiful things, and that anyone can achieve a stylish space with the right advice. She has a knack for creating a stylish look on a budget and is currently penning her first book which will offer readers tips on how to achieve a designer look suited to their personal style in their own home, even on a restricted budget. 

One of Juliet’s missions is to show people the difference a beautiful environment can make to your life – whether outside or in, a well designed, creative space can have an enormous positive impact on your life.