Senior journalist Andrew Hornery is the man behind The Sydney Morning Herald's Private Sydney column, keeping tabs on everyone from socialites to social climbers. If they are worth knowing about, you can bet they are on the PS radar.
Andrew Hornery After just two years of marriage Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr and Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom have confirmed in a joint statement they have parted ways.
Andrew Hornery From the moment Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom became an item it always seemed there was a third person in the relationship: her ever-present publicist (and there have been a few over the years).
Andrew Hornery Former AFL star Brendan Fevola has been soaking up the tropical delights of Vanuatu this week with his reunited wife Alex and their three children, from nights-in eating pizza in their luxury villa...
Andrew Hornery Too fat, too skinny . . . just not right? Celebrity fashion models Jennifer Hawkins and Jessica Gomes have become the Goldilocks of the runway.
Andrew Hornery It will be battle stations at David Jones and Myer over the next fortnight as the retailers unveil multimillion-dollar campaigns for the spring/summer collections.
Andrew Hornery It's a dramatic love story which reads like a chapter from one of her late grandmother-in-law Dame Barbara Cartland's racy pot boilers, but former Sydney socialite turned British aristocrat, Lady...
Andrew Hornery HOSTING Australia's Next Top Model appears to be one of the most glamorous gigs in television, yet within the industry it has earned a reputation for being a poisoned chalice, having claimed some of...
Andrew Hornery THE ''chic'' is hitting the fan in Sydney's modelling world this week.
Andrew Hornery The debate about how young is too young to enter the cut-throat world of fashion modelling has reared its head once more following today's announcement that 13-year-old Queenslander Kirsty Thatcher...
Andrew Hornery SUPERMODEL Miranda Kerr has more in common with the likes of Princess Mary or the Duchess of Cambridge than she probably realises.
Andrew Hornery THE good, the bad and the very, very ugly. That would best describe the passing parade of fashions at this year's spring racing carnival.