Exploring the world in colour.
Melbourne based style, travel and life blogger & creative, designer of floral headpieces at @kisforkanithelabel.
Currently based: Melbourne, Australia
Connie Cao is a Melbourne based blogger, photographer & creative at K is for Kani. Inspired by nature and colour, Connie has a passion for creating beautiful photographic content and uniquely personal stories revolving around the topics of fashion, travel & lifestyle.
Connie has worked in partnership with a strong set of local and international brands including David Jones, PANDORA, UNIQLO, Honda Australia, The Style Net, The Outnet, Coach, Topshop, ASOS, Nasty Gal, Adidas, Lenovo and more.
Recently, Connie appeared on the popular TV travel series, Fun Taiwan Adventures (2016) on Discovery Network TLC.
Connie operates her blog alongside her shop overflowing with handcrafted floral headpieces for customers around the world.
To get in touch with Connie, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ABOUT K IS FOR KANI THE LABEL
With a love for nature and a passion for designing, Connie injected her creativity into crafting floral headpieces after seeing an absence in the market for high quality, conversational headpieces that were unique and one of a kind.
A peek at her store will open your eyes to a kaleidoscopic flower powered garden, filled with pieces created lovingly by hand in her home studio in Melbourne.
Loved by brides, bridesmaids and flower girls, spring racing attendees and girls around the world, K is for Kani the label has blossomed from one small shop stocking floral headpieces to one of the largest handcrafted floral headpiece stores around the world, working with many clients including Topshop, L’Oreal and Peppermint Magazine.
With a bookshelf of magazine and online features including Peppermint, Grazia, Frankie, Yen, RUSSH, The Lane, Hello May, Hitched and more, customers worldwide are constantly shopping her store for the perfect statement touch and sharing their purchases of their treasured finds. K is for Kani the label’s floral headpieces have been a part of countless weddings and engagement parties as well as spring races, festivals, birthdays and more.