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Amy Hadley departs Are Media

Amy Hadley has finished as a Lifestyle Writer at Are Media, where she has written across TV WEEKWoman's Day and New Idea Royals.

She is now open to freelance copywriting and editorial opportunities, with a focus on beauty content. 

Stay in touch with Amy at and visit

Jessica Durrington farewells MAXMEDIALAB

After over five years with the MAXMEDIALAB team, senior publicist, Jessica Durrington is saying farewell.

Her final day with the company will be March 30, 2021.

"I’m so grateful for all of the experiences and friendships I’ve made along the way," Durrington shared.

"It’s only goodbye for now, not forever. I’m excited to announce my new in-house PR role which commences on April 6, I’ll be in touch very soon."

For all enquiries at MML in the meantime, please contact:

Ingrid Lovett, Communications Director –

Jamie Ghitgas, PR Executive – 

RUSSH welcomes new digital content director

Australian fashion magazine, RUSSH, has welcomed a new digital content director - Mia Steiber.

Market and beauty director, Ellen Presbury has since left the title.

Steiber is the best contact for beauty brands moving forward:

NIVEA appoints new PR agency

Red Havas is delighted to announce it will now be looking after the PR and comms for the NIVEA account. The firm takes over from FORWARD Agency, who was appointed by the brand in 2018.

For any enquiries, please reach out to Kimberley Myers:, or

BLUSH PR's Alexis Gilmer heads off on maternity leave

BLUSH PR's Alexis Gilmer is heading off on maternity leave, with her last day being March 18, 2021.

Nicole Ford will be covering Gilmer's position while away. She can be contacted at: / 0414 554 356.

MCMPR shares updated portfolio list

MCMPR has shared its updated brand portfolio. The agency now represents:

Milk Makeup

For all enquiries, please contact Nicole Harnischfeger: and Ava Gilchrist:

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T Australia: The New York Times Style Magazine has today released its much-anticipated launch issue, featuring the adored Australian icon Emma Watkins(aka the “Yellow Wiggle”) on the cover.

Stories of courage, energy and power fill T Australia’s “Strength” issue, the first edition of the print magazine. Coverstar Emma Watkins appears unlike you’ve ever seen her before, as T Australia gets to know the real Emma — a hugely successful businesswoman, health advocate and PhD candidate who brings a refreshing kind of bravery to Australia’s entertainment scene.

“Emma has that universal likeability that money can’t buy,” said the magazine’s Publisher and Editor-in- Chief, Katarina Kroslakova. “What fascinates me about Emma isthe breadth of her talent and her business savvy. She is a powerhouse, there’s no other way to put it. And she is marketing gold — she revolutionised The Wiggles brand — but she is so much more than that.” 

Published quarterly, T Australia covers men’s and women’s fashion, architecture and design, culture, travel, art, food, wine, wellness, entertainment and beauty. It strives to showcase a diverse range of voices from Australia and around the world, integrating local storytelling with the best journalism from around the globe.

T Australia is available at newsagents nationally from 15 March 2021 and by local and international subscription, and retails for $14.95. For further information on T Australia, go to or @tmagazineau.

MCMPR welcomes two new beauty brands to portfolio

MCMPR is thrilled to announce it is welcoming multi-tasking, skin-loving brand, NUDESTIX to its stable of beauty clients.

Renowned for delivering the ultimate nude glam, NUDESTIX’s collection of easy-to-use makeup crayons and vegan powered NUDESKIN skincare products empower beauty lovers around the globe to embrace their natural look and #GoNudeButBetter.

MCMPR is also pleased to be appointed as the Australian launch partner for the anticipated arrival of Milk Makeup. 

Born in downtown New York City, Milk Makeup stands for good ingredients and epic payoff. You can read more about the Australian launch of Milk Makeup, here.

For all enquiries, please contact Nicole Harnischfeger: and Ava Gilchrist:

The Life Style Edit shares new team list

The Life Style Edit has provided BD with an updated team list.

For any brands looking to be featured on any of our digital platforms,The Edit, TLSE magazine or on social media, please reach out to the editorial team.

For brands needing content, please feel free to contact the team to chat about content creation packages.

- Heidi Albertiri, Editor -
- Fiona Keogh, PR, Brand & Social Director -
- Lucy Francis, Editorial & Social Media Producer -
- Xanthe Bennett, Art Director -
- Hannah Steele, Brand + Marketing Manager -
- Amy O'Neill, Social Media Marketing Specialist -
- Hande Renshaw, Stylist -
- Britt Ross, Editorial Content Producer -
- For general enquiries -
- For editorial submissions for The Edit -
- For editorial submissions for The Life Style Edit magazine -

Hive HQ expands portfolio

Hive HQ is thrilled to welcome The Base Collective to its beauty and lifestyle portfolio.

Get your beauty sleep with The Base Collective's soothing combination of magnesium and lavender to help promote a restful sleep routine. Wake refreshed, bright-eyed, and ready to take on the day.

For media enquiries / imagery / samples and commentary, contact Hannah: