Sundays Offline Melbourne — photographer and fashion creative, Erin Maxwell

Recorded live at the sold-out Sundays Offline listener event in Melbourne on August 18, 2019, host Alison Rice sits down with leading Australian fashion creative, Erin Maxwell. Her long-time followers knew her first as Love Shop Share, but today Erin is the proud founder of the The Maxwell Note. A thoughtful and curated platform that seeks to tell visual stories.


In this honest conversation recorded in front of 85 passionate Offline listeners, Erin opened up for the first time about her work, what it means to be a mother and a businesswoman today, her 17-year bond with husband Nick, her relationship with the label WAG and why her family will always come first. 


Following their honest conversation, Alison and Erin took questions from the audience. This session will be a separate, bonus episode!



Sundays Offline Melbourne would not have been possible without the support of its generous sponsors, and the women who donated their time. 


THANK YOU


Firecracker Event HQ2, Ovolo Laneways, Penfolds, Melbourne Martini, Naughty Booch, Invisible Zinc, L’Oreal Paris, Elka Collective, Sephora, An Organised Life, Rasasara, Souszy, Ettitude.


Flowers by Honesty Flora. Photography by Bobby Clark


Thank you Holly, Liv, Courtney, Chloe and Mandy. 


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