Thursday, March 29, 2007

Your Invite to Pitt Stop's Winter Fashion Launch


Join us for a night of fashion, beauty and bubbles in Pitt St Mall from 5.30 – 8.30pm on Thursday 29th March.

Bianca Dye will be live on stage showing you the hottest looks of the season. There’ll be fashion parades on the night so you can learn how to put together the hot looks of the season as you enjoy a glass of champagne and some fabulous canapés.

Treat yourself to a blow dry, get your makeup done or enjoy a relaxing massage at our beauty zone as your partner settles back on a couch and tests out the new Playstation 3 in our Chill Out Zone.

Buy one of our amazing goody bags for just $5, or try your luck at winning some great prizes by purchasing a raffle ticket and you’ll be helping to raise money for “Youth Off the Streets”.


Be one of the first to hear about the latest trends as Jennifer Smit, Contributing Fashion Editor to Vogue and Fashion Forecaster, shows you the latest trends for the season. Your seat has been reserved at this fabulous event, with a free goody bag with champagne and canapés to keep your energy up..

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Your VIP fashion invite with a free Westfield Gift Card

You're invited to an exclusive Fashion Pitt Stop Style Session with InStyle Fashion Editor, Katherine Green! Join Katherine in an intimate and interactive session as she talks through the latest trends and gives helpful tips on what to wear, when and how.

Just for being a Pitt Stop online member, we're giving you the opportunity to attend our very first fashion Style Session. And because we think you'll be so inspired, we're giving you a FREE $20 Westfield Gift Card to get you started.

Wednesday 28th March 2007
6.00pm - 7.30pm
Sky Phoenix Restaurant
Level 3, Skygarden

Sunday, March 25, 2007

Estée Lauder

DayWear Plus Multi Protection Anti-Oxidant Lotion SPF 15 for Oily Skin
More than moisture. More than protection.

DayWear Plus actively shields skin from the multiple assaults of the environment to help prevent lines before they appear—so your skin looks younger longer.

The secret?
- An active response anti-oxidant system with a powerful blend of new and natural ingredients.
- A skin-friendly UVA/UVB screen you can wear AM and PM.
- Oil-free hydrators that keep skin feeling cool, soothed, healthy—and even help control oil.

Refreshing, ultra light lotion. Dermatologist-, Ophthalmologist-tested.

Saturday, March 24, 2007



A metaphysical tale of ambiguity, shape-shifting and things not as they seem, director John Bell strips back Shakespeare's most haunting thriller to its core and asks: from where does the evil within come? Is it the witches? The devil? His own lingering demons? Or is the successful, young Macbeth the devil himself inside?

Driven by an insatiable hunger for power, posterity and certainty, Macbeth and his wife commit a murder and set in motion the inevitable unravelling of their own humanity. With blood on their hands, they face the dire consequences of the natural order disturbed. And the questions demand an answer.

Sean O’Shea and Linda Cropper play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in this new production of Shakespeare’s masterpiece. A terrifying portrayal of moral collapse, Bell Shakespeare’s Macbeth will take you on an intense and compelling journey.

Friday, March 23, 2007

TIGI Bed Head

SELF ABSORBED Mega Vitamin Shampoo

Power up as you shampoo! Self Absorbed's mix of mega vitamins A, B2, B5, D3 and E gets out-of-shape or chemically treated hair physically fit.


Condition to keep tangles and frizz in check. Finally a conditioner that gives you serious authority over your hair's performance.

Monday, March 19, 2007

L'OCCITANE en provence

Olive Harvest - Daily Hand Lotion

Contains our powerful, patented blend of superior A.O.C. olive oil and olive water, rich in anti-oxidizing elements that help return stressed and dulled skin to healthier condition. Formulated with nourishing Shea Butter, honey and olive leaf extract for ultimate comfort.

Sunday, March 18, 2007

Estée Lauder

Idealist Skin Refinisher
Idealist reveals your ideal skin. Unbelievably soft and smooth to the touch. Incredibly clear and even-toned.

With Idealist, silky-smooth skin is just the beginning. Exclusive non-acid formula takes care of all skin's little problems—pores, flakiness, redness, fine lines.

Continuously speeds skin's own shedding cycle so lazy, dulling cells don't clutter skin's surface. Instantly creates an overall even tone.

Idealist has won numerous national and international awards, and continues to be a favorite of beauty editors and women around the globe.

Dermatologist-, Ophthalmologist-tested.

Clear Difference UltiMatte Blotting Sheets
Oil-control to go.

Super convenient sheets absorb oil, won't affect makeup. Yet unlike drying powdery papers, powder-free UltiMatte Blotting Sheets leave hydration where it should be--in your skin.

Estée Lauder gift set
Who: Estée Lauder

What: Estée Lauder 10-piece gift set

Where: Myer stores nationally

When: Available from March 19 while stocks last

What’s more: Receive this 10-piece gift set from Estée Lauder with any purchase of $68 or more. Valued at $160, each canvas twill cosmetic case contains a handy compact mirror and matching cosmetic bag, plus:

• Your choice of repair product: a 4ml Perfectionist CP+ or a 7ml Advanced Night Repair
• Your choice of eye crème: a 5ml Resilience Lift Extreme Eye or a 5ml Hydra Complete Eye
• Your choice of moisturiser: a 7ml Resilience Lift Extreme or a 7ml Hydra Complete
• A deluxe Pure Color Lipstick Quad Compact
• A Pure Color Lipstick
• A black 4ml Illusionist Intense Mascara
• A miniature Double Wear Stay In Place Concealer

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Opera on the Big Screen

10 March 2007, 7.30pm
Presenter: Opera Australia and Sydney Opera House
Venue: Forecourt

FREE live site relay of La traviata on the steps of the Sydney Opera House

Experience Opera on the Big Screen as a live performance of Opera Australia’s La traviata is relayed into the Forecourt of the Sydney Opera House. Join host, ABC Classic FM breakfast presenter Paul Bevan as the curtain goes up on one of the world’s favourite operas.

With its melting arias and stirring choruses, Verdi’s La traviata is everything grand opera should be: extravagant, passionate and devastatingly romantic. Conducted by Tom Woods with Kate Ladner as Violetta and exciting Australian tenor Aldo di Toro as Alfredo.

It is no surprise when Alfredo Germont falls in love with Paris’s favourite courtesan, Violetta Valéry. The surprise comes when she finds herself falling in love with him. Could this be the start of a happy ending? Sadly opera, like life, is rarely that simple.

Razzle Dazzle

Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Out Off Order

"And in breaking news, evidence has been uncovered that suggests a positive correlation between alcoholism and a deficiency in grammar..."


Sunday, March 04, 2007

Oh squiggly line

Oh squiggly line, in my eye fluid.
I see you there, lurking on the periphery of my vision.
But when I try to look at you, you scurry away.
Are you shy, squiggly line?
Why only when I ignore you, do you return to the centre of my eye?
Oh squiggly line, it's alright, you are forgiven.

- Stewie Griffin, "The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou", Family Guy

Discover the 2007-2008 Fall- Winter Women Fashion Show by Louis Vuitton

Thursday, March 01, 2007

Sweeney Todd

Stephen Sondheim’s musicals have thrilled audiences on Broadway and in London’s West End. Now it is time for one of his funniest creations, Sweeney Todd, to return to Sydney for another hair-raising, rib-tickling, stomach-turning run. It might not be opera, but Sondheim’s hugely accessible score treats this story of murder and passion – not to mention pies – with an emotional immediacy and comic flair that Mozart himself would applaud.

Business is brisk for barber Sweeney Todd, aka Benjamin Barker returned convict. But the gentlemen who visit his shop in Fleet Street, just above lovely Mrs Lovett's Pies, do not realise they are under the knife of a man whose heart is blistered with tragedy. A sharp razor plus a lust for revenge and a shortage of meat downstairs equals blood, and it's not just a shaving cut.