Stefanie Osborne is used to turning heads. The Adelaide based silver stylist lives and breathes fashion and has a contagious passion for Australian designers and style leaders. We talk to Stefanie about her experience launching a business in her 60’s and how she has found that living a stylish life only gets easier with age.
Have you been dying your hair for decades? Do you see your grey regrowth reappear days after you’ve ‘covered’ it? Have you ever thought about what is actually going on under there? Are you constantly perusing Pinterest boards, pinning images of gorgeous women who have embraced their silvers? Well, this is something you might want to read.
June Norman was a good girl who always did what she was told. But all that changed when she hit her 60s. Now the 76-year-old great-grandmother is a convicted criminal who is using her age as a weapon to influence environmental and social change, Selise McLaggan writes.
While ex-Principal Barb may have retired from professional life, she certainly hasn’t retired her ideas about living and dressing well after 60. Casey Rafferty quickly caught up with this head-turning, local style advocate to get her take on the opportunities life can present women after 60 candles.
How was a stay at home mother with no formal business training and not a lot of cash able to start one of Australia’s most successful private companies? According to Fernwood Fitness Founder and refreshingly humble entrepreneur Diana Williams, it was just good, old fashioned hard work. From modest beginnings in a Bendigo schoolroom nearly 30 years ago, she would turn her first female-only health club into a nationwide enterprise of some 68 clubs, with over 2,000 employees.
Broad is the premier publication dedicated to the life, style and beauty needs of mature Australian women. We put women aged 50-plus centre stage, to disrupt the stereotype of ageing through quality journalism and a design lens that embraces the beauty of being older.
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