Kate Peck: My Week, My Style
I’m starting the week FRESH...with fresh nails that is! I’m channelling Princess Peck this week with a soft powder pink called ‘Popped’ and a tiny bit of bling.
Psst! Have you heard of Loqules? Do not fear, you have now! They are a super cool crew, fresh on the scene, curating experiences for tourists. By pairing visitor with local experts such as surfer Taj Burrows, skater Corbin Harris and yours truly, it offers a whole new way to experience a destination. My ‘experience’ is a motorcycle ride, so I busted out some White Suede leathers and my BMW F800GS to film a clip for my Loqules profile. Jump onto www.loqules.com to book in a ride with me!
Throw back Thursday! Myer designer Aurelio Costarella recently tagged me in this archive shot when I opened and closed his runway show a few years ago at MBFWA. Clearly, Zoolander has nothing on the Peck-Steel!
As usual I was surfing the 'Gram and I came across this incredible shoot from Flaunt magazine of Zoë Kravitz. I went to find out who the photographer was and lo and behold, it was one of my good friends Zackery Michael who used to shoot me when I was modelling in NYC! Wow, what a funny world it is.
Zoë is killing it in the film industry, working with ex-MTV VJ Keiynan Lonsdale in Insurgent and with a bunch of other Aussie’s for Mad Max. Plus her band Lolawolf is not slowing down heading off on tour. I remember meeting her dad, Lenny Kravitz, at the Australian Grand Prix. He came across as an incredibly kind, talented and humble human, so I’m thinking the apple hasn’t fallen far from the tree.
Next week I’ll be pinning down Charli XCX for an MTV Style segment so I had to duck out of the office over to Little Hero PR to suss out what they had on the racks for me to loan for filming.
I am obsessed with Jenny Kee. After a stint in the UK during the wild child days of the 60s; hanging out with the likes of John Lennon, Eric Clapton and Keith Richards whilst being mentored by style and vintage king Vern Lambert, her Australian inspired designs was thrown into the international spotlight after Princess Dianna stepped out in one of her knits in 1982.
Flash forward 30 years and Jenny Kee has recreated her ‘Blinki Di’ into something a lil' more modern but overall it is much the same, proving her designs transcend time and trends. How cool!
Have a great week my friends! Feel free to upload your Instagram style pics and tag me and I’ll pop on a lil comment for you :) @katepeckme