Making multiple career changes
In this episode, I chat to Zara Lim, a ballet dancer turned lawyer turned Creative Business Owner. I initially met Zara through Instagram after seeing sponsored post from her brand Edward Kwan. After reaching out and chatting, we’ve now become Insta-friends.
Having gotten to know Zara over these last few months has been really rewarding. She is an incredibly intelligent person and I am always amazed at how much she has achieved as a one woman operation. After COVID-19 hit Australia, Zara has made a pivot towards selling Liberty London fabric face masks and they’ve really taken off.
If having one business wasn’t enough, she has also started her other side business Gracie Kwan candy boxes. If you want to check out her products the links are listed below.
Zara Lim is a ballet dancer turned lawyer turned creative business owner and self-taught painter. Graduating from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws with Honours, Zara worked as a intellectual property and commercial litigation lawyer at global and boutique law firms, and also served as an associate to a judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
At the end of 2019, Zara went all in with her true passion, Edward Kwan, a bespoke label specialising in custom hand painted bow ties, ties and invitations, predominantly for wedding clients. Prior to her law career, Zara trained full-time in ballet for 7 years at the Australian Ballet School and the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School.