Women of News


We invite them into our homes every night, we dine with them and we unwind with them. We are of course talking about

South Australia’s women of news. Dressed by Rundle Mall, these stylish faces of our news feature in the Winter edition of South Australian Style Magazine and deliver their story about fashion, lifestyle and their career.

Grab a copy of SA Style from your local café, boutique, salon, hotel and all over Adelaide’s hip and happening hotspots.

Rebecca Morse

On-air Ten’s Rebecca Morse is the epitome of professionalism, delivering the news with conviction nightly for the network now owned by America’s CBS. Off-air she’s quick-witted and energetic.

Read the full interview in the SA Style Magazine here

Dressed by Witchery Rundle Mall
The skye structured dress $249.95 & OCRY tie silk shirt $179.95

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Kate Collins

Juggling motherhood and a full-time career is a tough gig and nobody knows this better than Nine’s Kate Collins, who this month prepares to return to our screens after giving birth to her second child, Eddie, in January. It’s a short turnaround, but the seasoned presenter welcomes the challenge.

Read the full interview in the SA Style Magazine here

Dressed by: Carla Zampatti onyx spot on net polo top $419, Carla Zampatti onyx net crinoline skirt $849 & Robert Robert echo black suede heel $199.95, from Myer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Emma Rebellato

Emma's already enjoyed an esteemed career in radio and television, and now the ABC’s Emma Rebellato can add weeknight news presenter to her catalogue of roles, dipping her toe in primetime with a new weeknight spot.

Read the full interview in the SA Style Magazine here

Dressed by: Manning Cartell rendez-vu dress $599, fom David Jones; Ted Baker savio oxblood heel $359, from Ted Baker.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Amelia Mulcahy

She may be tiny – 5” 1 to be exact (or as she says, “taller than Kylie but smaller than Dannii”) – but what Seven’s Amelia Mulcahy lacks in height she quickly makes up for with her big personality.  There are no airs or graces, just a girl-next-door type who’s eager to chat and quick to dispel stereotypes – there’s more to weather presenting than just reading from the autocue.

Read the full interview in the SA Style Magazine here

Dressed by:

  • Country Road Rundle Place -  Drop shoulder shirt $139
  • David Jones Rundle Mall - Frame denim le high straight surrey jean $389 & Louboutin pigalle pump $945
  • Raw Pearls freshwater long drop earrings $939

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Read SA Style Issue 34 here