Biz Gals invites you to take a peek behind-the-scenes of creating a brand and offers you the opportunity to learn some tips and tricks to enhance your best assets when it comes to fashion, make up and beauty at our next Inspire Series event.
Our experts will share the ups and downs of their business journeys, talk about the issues surrounding "comparisonitis" in the social media age and arm you with the tools to head out into the world every day feeling like your best self from top-to-toe.
About Katie Perry...
Fashion designer and stylist, Katie Perry, worked for such labels and stores as Brown's and South Molton St in London, Jag, Oroton and David Jones before taking the leap into the world of business when she created her own fashion label and styling business in 2007.
She successfully won a lawsuit against the "other" Katy Perry in 2009 and, in doing so, took a stand for the many other small businesses faced with similar challenges.
About Melissa Carter...
Melissa Carter is the founder and creator of Melli Cosmetics and an esteemed celebrity make-up artist with over two decades of experience in enhancing her clients’ natural beauty.
She is renowned for creating the most natural red carpet looks around and has worked with such names as Kerri-Anne Kennerley, Nigella Lawson, Hugh Jackman and the ream of celebrities that step into the Channel 9 studios in Sydney.
About Natalie Arakelian...
An early-starter to the career game, Natalie left school at the age of 15 to follow her dream of becoming a beauty therapist. Fully qualified at 17 and suffering from incessant, stubborn acne, her desire to find a solution to a problem affecting herself and so many other women like her, found her drawn to educating herself on the latest cosmeceutical advancements in the industry. Using herself as a guinea pig and astounded by the results she was able to achieve, her passion for improving people's skin was ignited.
At the age of 18, Natalie opened Euphoria Skin and...15 years later...the salon is still going strong.
Tuesday 25th September 2018
187 Kent St
Millers Point NSW 2000
Earlybird Ticket Price: $49 per person
(for purchases made before 13th September 2018)
Regular Ticket Price: $59 per person
$1 from each ticket sold will be donated to Friends with Dignity, who proudly support victims of domestic violence rebuild their lives with purpose, dignity and hope.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are my parking options for getting to and from the event?
There are many parking stations near the Oaks Grand, however the closest and most affordable is:
Amora Hotel Carpark
11 Jamison St, Sydney NSW 2000
Evening Parking Rate (entry after 5pm | exit before 11pm)
$20 drive up or $15 online
What is the easiest way to get to the Oaks Grand via public transport?
The Oaks Grand is located a short 3 minute walk from Wynyard Station.