After President Kennedy is assassinated, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through the trauma and despair to regain her faith, support her children and define her husband’s legacy. Directed by Pablo Larraín, Natalie Portman stars in Jackie, an original, unflinching and intimate portrait of one of history’s most iconic women.
With dark nights upon us, what better time to treat yourself to dinner and a show? Take a look at our selection of the must-see shows this month (Hint: there’s musicals aplenty)…
David Lawrence is a proud supporter of The Australian Women’s Weekly/CPA Australia 2016 Women In Business Awards. These awards honour the most enterprising businesswomen in Australia today. They help bring attention to the greatest new business initiatives – and help give a boost to established ones ready to take their operation to the next level.
The 2016 winners were styled in David Lawrence by the magazine’s style director Mattie Cronan for the July issue of The Australian Women’s Weekly. Each finalist was treated to a private shopping experience at our Westfield Sydney store.
We sat down with the finalists and asked: “What inspired you to start your own business?”
We all enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the working week or whilst curled up on the couch during winter, but wine is generally best served accompanied by your favourite dish.
The challenge then lies in which wine do you pair with what type of food. If done right, it will be sure to make your culinary experience that much more enjoyable and will add to the flavours and experience. A simple formula to follow is to try and pair the characteristics of both the food and wine as closely as possible in order to complement one another.
Escape for the long weekend with a tote full of warm wools, and explore the ultimate winter holiday spots across Australia for a mini getaway.
From the races to fashion to a festival dedicated just to truffle, we’ve picked some events in June that will be sure to keep your weekends busy.
As the cooler months start to roll in so do the events in the social calendar, with annual favourites such as Sydney’s Vivid Light Festival which is bigger and better than ever. If you prefer to stay inside though, there are plenty of exhibitions, musicals and other events to make the month of May an enjoyable one.
From music to markets and everything in between, get your guide to what’s happening in April. From unforgettable art exhibitions to one off performances by the talented Ten Tenors, we’ve selected some of our must-see events for this month.