About The Lady-like Leopard
The Lady-like Leopard was created one evening in 2013 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia over flutes of champagne and bubbly brainstorming. If only all ideas had such glamorous beginnings, but then again, you never know when inspiration will strike.
With an international start, The Lady-like Leopard has grown to jump from city to city across the world to bring you the best of each location. Whether it’s the coziest hotels, the most mouthwatering entrees, must-have cocktails or coveted fashion, The Lady-like Leopard pounces all over it. If it’s good enough to get The Lady-like Leopard’s paw of approval, it’s good enough to write about here.
The Lady-like Leopard has developed a loyal following and engagement across multiple social media platforms and uses that to broaden readership and attract new prey – oops, we mean readers.
A leopard doesn’t change its spots for anyone and The Lady-like Leopard is a master of hers.
About Melina Morry
Melina Morry, creator of The Lady-like Leopard, has a ferocious passion for life. She believes in taking advantage of every adventure that leads her across the world – and back. Melina has a fierce eye for style, is a master of her owns spots and is always hungry for more.
She has a background in both Journalism and Fashion Design – giving credibility to her fashion media endeavours. She studied fashion at Pacific Design Academy before heading overseas to Sydney, Australia to pursue journalism at Macleay College. While abroad, she developed skills in print media, web development, television production, on-camera reporting and interviewing. Melina has a quick turnaround for media and is confident doing branding and other segments for TV, print, and radio.
Melina has been in the media industry for over five years working with major brands and companies globally including Channel Seven News, the Australian Music Awards, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia, VANE Airport Magazine and Chloe Magazine. She has also had the pleasure of working with celebrities like singer Mya on styling projects as well as interviewing Richard Harmon and Patrick Sabongui for Chloe Magazine, among others.