Today In Vogue
Category - Media
A rather special reader [from British Vogue no less] recently asked me what was involved in a ‘typical day’. I don’t know if there is a ‘typical’ day as such, but there is a ‘today’ and this was it…
Wake up at 7. get on my motorbike and go check the surf. Stupidly decide that the waves aren’t too big for me. Get absolutely smashed and humbled mostly but catch a couple of amazing waves in between.
Head into Seminyak for breakfast. Flat white. Egg white omlette. Start with good intentions. Email catch up. Work on website development. Get my daily facebook and blog dose. Get major inspiration from this incredible lady
Run away with inspiration and ideas for a new little marketing campaign. Scoot into the ‘city’ to search for various supplies. Lament the lack of art shops. Miss london markets, but find myself in a pretty amazing antiques warehouse anyway.
Catch up with Zoe for lunch at Cafe Zuccini. Check out her new Mister Zimi winter collection and try to imagine what it’s like to be in winter. Endless summer in Bali is amazing, but sometimes you just want to wear some leather boots god damnit.
Head back home and start making the ideas happen. Secret lockers and cute little keys for loyal circus fans. Feel like a Blue Peter presenter. Anthea eat your heart out. Ponder who was the best Blue Peter presenter. Realise the time and start on the admin stuff and making the menu alterations for tonight.
Get showered, changed and ready. Drive back into Sea Circus for the start of my shift. Sit down for dinner with the team and embarrass myself with my poor Indonesian language skills. Change the flowers and get the restaurant ready for dinner service.
Meet some lovely guests from all over the place. Share some tapas at the bar with friends. Get them to try out the new cocktail list [as designed by the Sydney cocktail king – Mark ‘Sparky’ Ward]. Try a few too many cocktails. Vow to start the detox tomorrow… again!
say goodbye to the circus. and hello to the pillow.
To check the article on the Vogue UK blog click here