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We jetted off to the topical location of New Caledonia, where the rich Melonesian culture meets French Provincial sophistication, to shoot our latest campaign Euphoria. With bold prints, pops of colour and the continuance of our athletic aesthetic, this collection celebrates the WAH girl as fun, healthy, happy and active.

Every time we are on location, we can’t quite believe the lives that we live and how lucky we are. Sure being on location and shooting a campaign is mega hard work, but with surrounds this beautiful no one was complaining. Tropical palms, turquoise blue water, coconuts, sunshine and some new playful puppy friends created what was a memorable shoot.

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Watch our New Caledonian dream unfold below.

Directed by James McIntosh – Meanwhile Outside
Models: Kimberley De Vocht, Rachel Joy
Makeup by Rachel Montgomery
Hair by Garreth Lenagh
Styling by Katinka Somers
Photographed by Sebastian Kriete
Shot in New Caledonia thanks to New Caledonia Tourism

See the full campaign here.

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We’ll have a full write up shortly, but for now check out the little range and shop here.

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Within the majestic landscape of Cambodia, photographer Hannah Roche set out on a fisherman’s boat with two fresh faces to make magic. Nearly capsizing a few times, interacting with the locals and taking in the beautiful surrounds, Hannah and her handsome babes (who had never modelled before..can you believe it!?) represented what it is to be a WAH girl; fit, fun, travel inspired and embracing of culture.

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Follow Hannah on Instagram @hanro and see more of her talent here.

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Summer is coming and that means delicious fruits and vegetables that may not have been available in winter are certainly in season! Quite often we can get caught up in the silly season and over indulge ourselves in chocolate and other decadent sweets. Being conscious of what you are eating and ensuring you not only take care of yourself but feed your body nutritious meals and snacks, is extremely important to maintain that summer bod and strong immunity. Being healthy does not mean you have to deprive yourself of delicious treats. Here are 3 healthy snacks to include within your day, that will help curb the bad cravings and ultimately feed your soul and nourish your body.

1. Green Guns Bowl

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THE GOOD STUFF: Blending coconut water, fresh coconut pulp, kiwi and chia together to make your breakfast or snack base is wholesome and filling. Add fresh kiwi, blue berries (or any on hand) and fresh coconut shavings on top. I also like to add in almonds for crunch or some muesli and banana if I have a big day ahead.

2.  Weekday Water Infusions

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THE GOOD STUFF: Whether you have a glass bottle or a BPA free water bottle, infuse your water with berries, lemon, lime and cucumber for a kick to your day. You will maintain hydration whilst consuming the vitamins and minerals important to heal and protect your immune system. The lime and cucumber is fantastic for skin helping to revitalise and brighten. When you finish the water simply snack on the ingredients. YUM!

3. Sweet & Savoury Snack Bites

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THE GOOD STUFF: Whether you are feeling hungry for savoury delights or sweet pick me ups, using a  rice cracker instead of bread will allow you to enjoy your chosen ingredients more, without that bad carb bloated feeling. For sweet, make yogurt or light ricotta as your base and just add fruit. For savoury, add avocado or light Feta cheese for some flavour with your toppings. These snack bites are great for lunch or simply a quick afternoon pick me up.

So there you have it. Three Summer snacks you can create and vary to your own taste buds, that will help curb your sugary cravings and maintain your summer bod. Utilise the fruits and vegetables in season, summer only comes around once a year so make the most of it.

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DW

photos: @thermage_au Instagram feed

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Now I am usually not one for yoga, I am more of a Pilates core training kinda gal, but recently a friend of mine started doing Aerial Yoga (anti Gravity) and she swears by it. So I thought, why not try it out! Incase you are’t too sure about it, or perhaps the name itself is enough to run for the hills, Aerial Yoga sees you hanging from the ceiling, on a hammock like apparatus. Yes, I believe I now have your attention.

Designed to let your body hang freely, Aerial Yoga aims to decompress your spine and vertebrae, as well as promote flexibility and strength. Now any ideas I may have had about this type of yoga, (think Monkey bar type of fun) were thrown out the window and it turns out, Aerial Yoga not so easy, but incredibly challenging, fun and addictive. It has fast become my favourite type of yoga (believe me I’ve done them all) and my go to summer fitness regime.

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Aerial Yoga pushes you mentally and physically, using your own body weight in every pose. When you are in the midst of Aerial Yoga you are concentrating so very much and are acutely aware of every inch of your body, that the outside world simply falls away. You focus on you and you alone, because if you don’t you may end up smack bang on the floor. It may have been the only hour in my day, where I solely focused on myself and what my body was capable of. What I really enjoyed most about my experience, was how surprised I was with what my body could do. I have done yoga before, but the lightness of my body allowed me to move in ways I never have in a standard class. Combined with the incredible energy, this was certainly what made it interesting and fun.

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If you are like me and don’t consider yourself a “yoga girl” try Aerial Yoga for some energy lifting and challenging fun.

Now you know my new summer fitness regime…tell us, what will you be trying this summer?

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Divine Wanderer

photos: blogto.com

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