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posted by Cass Catsoulis October 26, 2017 0 comments

This afternoon we’re catching up with Sarah Jean Baker; founder of Sarah Jean. Sarah is the amazing Brisbane-based #girlboss, who has created a range of vegan and cruelty free false eyelashes and a glue that is applied with a mascara like brush. If you’re anything like me and have the shortest eyelashes in the world (#seriously) & not very handy with applying the glue to your lashes then Sarah Jean is for you!

Thank you for chatting to us Sarah! Firstly, when did Sarah Jean start and how?

It’s my pleasure. SARAH JEAN launched in March, 2016 after more than a year of R&D. I was applying party lashes for my sister’s hen’s party and it was messy…. I had sticky fingers, smudged eye shadow and I thought ‘there has to be an easier way’. So that really started the research phase to see what was on the market that made false eyelash application easy. After extensive research, I saw there was an opportunity to develop something – what that would be, I was still to work out at that point. Continue Reading

Brisbane Threads | Matt Blatt: changing the game of Interior Design
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Matt Blatt: changing the game of Interior Design

posted by Cass Catsoulis August 17, 2016 0 comments

Is it just us or is old mate Spring calling our names…then comes the endless Brissy Summer. We could not be more excited for the heat. But, a Spring clean is a fun time and a way to feel fresh and new! I wouldn’t call myself an interior designer of any sense of the imagination but there are ways to make you feel like one. With Matt Blatt, it is oh so tempting and oh so easy to change the look of room with one simple or crazy piece.

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Kotobuki: A Cinderella Story | Brisbane Threads

Kotobuki: A Cinderella Story

posted by Cass Catsoulis August 15, 2016 0 comments

Once upon a time, in a place far far away from Japan… in the hub of East Brisbane…Sushi Kotobuki was born.

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Brisbane Weddings: What The Girls Need | Brisbane Threads
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Brisbane Weddings: What The Girls Need

posted by Cass Catsoulis May 26, 2016 0 comments

Alright, ladies the BT edition of Brisbane Weddings: What The Girls Need is finally here. This one might be just a little longer than the guys (which you can find here) because this isn’t just any day, it’s THE DAY. Whether you are the bride, maid of honor or mother-of-the-bride, here is everything you need to steer you in the right direction when it comes to a wedding.

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Mother's Day Gift Guide | Brisbane Threads
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The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift Guide: 2016 edition

posted by Cass Catsoulis April 23, 2016 1 Comment

Every year it’s the same story… All of a sudden Santa’s coming, then its the new year, oh, uni’s back…but it’s okay because Easter’s here but then Mother’s Day comes around the quickest of all and you’re suddenly left finding a last minute gift that totally doesn’t feel like a last minute gift. We really do love ya Mum!

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South Brisbane Presents their first ever: Fish Lane Festival | Brisbane Threads
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Coming Soon: Fish Lane Festival

posted by Cass Catsoulis April 21, 2016 0 comments

All of ya Brisbanites with ya pumped up dancin’ kick’s, better dance, better eat faster than you can drink… For the first time ever, Fish Lane invites you to get involved in live music, epic local eat’s and quality drinks. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming Fish Lane Festival!

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Best American Food In Brisbane | Brisbane Threads
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Where To Get The Best American Food In Brisbane

posted by Cass Catsoulis April 16, 2016 17 Comments

We are always trying to update our mind and stomach, and this post is no exception. We know you loved our post on the best American food in Brisbane from a couple of years ago, so we pulled it from the archives, gave it a fresh update and added a bunch of new restaurants to help you introduce your sheltered Australian palette to the holy grail of American foods. American food is addictive, growin’ and stickin’ around Brisbane and sometimes it can even stick to your hips for- days, weeks and months after that juicy pulled pork slider.

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Coming soon to Brisbane: Coorparoo Square

posted by Cass Catsoulis April 9, 2016 0 comments

Locals will have an alternative new shopping precinct with an exciting retail mix that we believe will make Coorparoo Square a unique destination in its own right,” Peter Honeycombe, Managing Director of Honeycombes Property Group.

The suburb of Coorparoo, the hub of the south/east side will soon be welcoming a new kid on the block… known around town as the much anticipated ‘Coorparoo Square.’ Set to be the next ‘Portside Warf’ precinct, it will hold some major tenants such as the boutique national cinema chain, Dendy Cinemas, Global supermarket chain, Aldi and three residential buildings with 360 luxury apartments offering one, two and three-bedroom apartments as well as lavish penthouses.

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Active Activities in Brisbane | Brisbane Threads
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Active Activities in Brisbane

posted by Cass Catsoulis April 7, 2016 0 comments

With the Active Wear Phenomenon HIIT-ing trends in our the city, what better way to fit into your jeans with Autumn upon us than by getting active in your active wear and doing active activities in Brisbane! Instead of a suburban walk/run or your standard gym workout, here are a bunch of active activities in Brisbane that will get your heart pumping and make you feel good, no matter the season.

From walks along the river to yoga, pilates and boxing, here’s what to do if you want to work out in Brisbane.

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12 Things Worth Driving to the Gold Coast For
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13 Things Worth Driving Down The Gold Coast For

posted by Cass Catsoulis March 20, 2016 1 Comment

We’re quite the lucky folk us Brisbanites… we get the joys of big city living and just a mere 50 minutes down the highway we’ve got one of Queensland’s best stretches of beach. While there are many cliche things to do, with different attractions to reel in the tourists at the Gold Coast, there are a bunch of great “things” to do, see, eat and dive into that are well worth the drive down from Brisbane, even if it is just for the day.

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