getting back to the bright side - silver necklace set
The other eye of Jenny Bannister
Jewelry is a huge nickel.
She had the silver necklace made by jeweler William luelin Griffiths engraved with "Made in Australia ".
For fashion designers, local hand work is a subject of passion and pain, but more recently, it is painful.
The shortage of skilled tailors is one of the reasons Bannister closed its shops on Windsor Church Street in last November after 12 years of operation.
The end of her life she knew exacerbated the depression she had suffered for 25 years and put her in deep sorrow.
She just came out of the haze.
"I still can't go to Church Street where my store is located," said Bannister, 56 . ".
With the help of psychologists and natural therapies
Secret herbs and spices
I started to bounce.
I'm not 100, but I'm close.
"Bannister is a lively blonde for many people
Clothes out, a dog.
Handbag and razor in shape
Sharp observation and tact, but the pressure she was under made her wear out like an old cloth.
'I feel like I'm paralyzed,' Mr. Bannister said.
"My body is a lump.
I sit in my kitchen chair all day doing Facebook.
"In some ways, Facebook, like stylist Philip Boone, is her savior.
He invited Bannister to attend his "stylist's talk" seminar during Melbourne Spring Fashion Week.
The person present could see that Bannister was not herself, but she gave her everything.
The concept has now evolved into a weekly chat on Thursday at Globe Cafe in pralan, with fashion torque, with guests including writer and former magazine editor Lee Turlock.
Boon pulled me out.
"Let me talk," Bannister said . ".
She accepted the idea because she wanted to create a supportive salon
Style environment of fashion industry
What she needed in the difficult times of last year.
She also fought fiercely with the textile, clothing and footwear unions and what she called "boutique localism," and if she offered products to competitors, she would receive an abusive call from a boutique
This is not the idea of this red cliff girl born near Mildura who came to Emily McPherson College in 1972 to study fashion design and production.
Since Santa sent her a toy sewing machine when she was five years old, Bannister seems destined to be fashionable.
At the age of 10, she was overjoyed to receive a baby singing machine and made herself some purple skin --
Tight Bermuda shorts and clothes for her dolls and dogs.
Bannister founded its own brand in 1976, causing a sensation around the world as a wholesaler.
Her dress is Tina Turner and Naomi Campbell's most famous tag for targeting Bannister when Kylie Minogue bought a white tulle dress to send me the privilege of being caught in 1987.
When the first Bannister knew about it, she saw Milo on TV when she screamed, "God, that's my dress!
"The accidental discovery also played a role, because Bannister once sang the song to her dog, sister zou.
Bannister thinks she's lucky to be 25.
Married to Paul Belin for a year, she affectionately called it "mongoese ".
The mongoose has long hair and beard, walks around on his Aprilia Tuono 1000cc motorcycle and is easily mistaken for a bike
Not a person who is an economist and assistant commissioner on the productivity committee.
Another hobby of Bannister is her dog.
There is a Rhodesia ridgeback called Zouzou, who "went to Heaven" and then Zinta (same breed)
Now it's Teddy Bannister, an elidale hound.
The spirit of Bannister is inspired by a furry orange Harley.
Davidson dog bone that makes the sound of the bicycle starting.
Not Teddy's toy-it's hers.
It's ironic that she plays with her phone like she plays with her phone because she doesn't have a real phone and uses landlines and computers to pass the time.
Her laptop has always been her lifeline, especially Facebook, when she is sad, which has made her new friends, most of them young ones.
These new friends are the reason Bannister walked out of the house so she could be face to face with them --to-
In the face of this virtual era
The young man was in awe of her style and took pictures of her bracelets and shoes, boosting her confidence.
In addition to fashion torque, Bannister is also preparing other projects, most of which are designed to guide young people.
"In life, I just want to help young people succeed and make the most of themselves.
"Bannister described her iconic image as" leather Cave Girl, "a style she adopted in 1979 when she was wearing a leather jacket, skirt and boots.
The darkness may come upon her, but the light is peeping.
"I feel like I'm locked in a cave.
I have to come out.