HOLIDAY BONUS: The beauty of Australia, vintage fashion and creativity with Jenny Kee

In our final Holiday bonus episode, Kate and Zara chat to inimitable fashion designer, creative and MECCA Collectiva tastemaker Jenny Kee in celebration of the natural beauty of the Australian landscape – and Kee’s prolific career in fashion.

From selling £10 vintage Chanel to the likes of Mick Jagger in London’s swinging ‘60s to collaborating with Karl Lagerfeld, starting Flamingo Park with Linda Jackson and having her designs worn (and loved) by Diana, Princess of Wales, Kee’s anecdotes make for an episode not to be missed.

With gifts that glitter, glow, sparkle and spark joy – the celebration (and gifting) starts at MECCA! Discover our guide to the most spectacular beauty gifts of the year here.

Brands and products mentioned by Jenny:

Le Labo

Charlotte Tilbury Hot Lips 2.0 in ‘Patsy Red’

M.A.C. Cosmetics Retro Matte Lipstick in ‘Ruby Woo’

Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter

Mecca Cosmetica Mecca Athletica Ultra-Firming Body Lotion

REN Clean Skincare Vita Mineral Daily Supplement Moisturising Cream

Read more on The MECCA Memo:

MECCA Collectiva: Meet Jenny Kee

WATCH: MECCA’s spectacular Holiday artist, Naomi Hobson, lives in colour

How to pick a fragrance gift for the non-committal person in your life

Hosts: Kate Blythe, Zara Wong

Guest: Jenny Kee

Producers: Kerri Gordon, Michael Liberale

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MECCA Talks wishes to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we recorded this episode at our studio in Naarm, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We pay respect to Elders - past, present and emerging. We recognise their ongoing connection to this beautiful country, with knowledge and stories that have been handed down since time immemorial.

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