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    Jules Sebastian

    In 2015, Jules officially launched her new YouTube channel; JulesSebastianTV:
    featuring unique programming created especially for online audiences.

    The channel features long form interviews in a conversational environment such as Tea With Jules,
    short introductory pieces to her guests in the form of a rapid fire ’60 seconds with’ Q&A.
    The opportunity to showcase guests favourite products and can’t-leave-home-without-items via
    ‘what’s in my purse’ and tapping back into her popular sense of Style, What’s in my wardrobe.


  • Tea
    with Jules

    Tea With Jules is a long form lifestyle interview set in a relaxed environment that provides the opportunity for guests to share the story of their inspiring lives, their challenges and their triumphs to a diverse audience. Episodes are programmed to support guests’ current projects, launches and releases.

    In 2018, the uniquely curated Tea with Jules, will be broadcast weekly taking subscribers through the journey of aspirational leaders, local and global entrepreneurs, creative and artistic people and the best influencers of the moment.


    previous guests include:

    Kayla Itsines, Fitness Guru140,000 views
    Guy Sebastian, Singer / Songwriter375,000 views
    Rachel Finch, Model & Entrepreneur34,000 views
    Melissa Ambrosini, wellness guru35,000 views
    The Wiggles Emma & Lachy90,000 views
  • Tea With Jules
  • About

    Jules Sebastian is an in demand Sydney-based TV presenter, stylist, public speaker and philanthropist. Jules’ presenting career began at the helm of MTV’s Style Me with her warm and down-to-earth personality establishing her as a popular TV presenter. Her ability to mix fashion trends for a diverse range of celebrity clients lead to styling roles for Mel B, Jessica Mauboy, The Veronicas, Samantha Jade and many more.

    In 2014, Jules returned to television, this time to make a difference to the lives of everyday Australians in the Seven Network’s feel good transformation series, Bringing Sexy Back. Jules regularly lends her professional knowledge and creative input to fashion brands and labels. She has also hosted events and presented for some of Australia’s most iconic brands.

    Jules is a frequent guest of the Today Show, The Morning Show, The Daily Edition, and The Kyle and Jackie O Show, sharing her professional tips in a relatable yet dynamic expertise across the fashion and lifestyle space.

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  • Speaking and

    “Jules is the consummate professional and an absolute delight to work with. She not only owned the stage with her presence, and knowledge, but delivered an insightful, thought- provoking and passionate keynote which captured the hearts and minds of the Business Chicks audience.” Samantha – Events Manager, Business Chicks ‘9 to Thrive’

  • Jules is a regular on the public speaking and hosting circuit presenting for some of Australia’s most impressive and iconic brands as well as Australian and international corporations. Jules presents on a variety of topics including being true to ones self, female empowerment, team work, and her career as a stylist, establishing her foundation to focus on community needs and balancing her life as a wife, mum and career. As an event host, Jules adds a level of credibility, authenticity and honesty in her presentation style, engaging audiences with her real talk, genuine & warm personality.


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  • To raise awareness around the issue of food insecurity in Australia, Sanitarium’s Good Start Breakfast Club onboarded Jules Sebastian as their ambassador. 

    “Jules’ compassion, empathy and genuine connection to the issue of food insecurity really helped us to connect with other parents  and start a national conversation on an issue thousands of children face everyday.” 

    Jules was taken on a journey to unravel why 1 in 5 Aussie kids experience food insecurity for the Jules Sebastian Good Start Breakfast Club film and learned first hand about the compassionate work Sanitarium and their partners, Foodbank and Kickstart for Kids does across the country for local breakfast clubs.

    The GSBC campaign also involved the Breakfast Series event, held Folonomo, a profit for purpose space in Sydney – a range of key media, influencers and stakeholders attended to explore and discuss what can be done to alleviate child food insecurity. Jules was joined on a panel by CEO of Foodbank Briana Casey, Founder of Kickstart for Kids, Ian Steel, Sanitarium Nutritionist, Trish Guy and facilitated by Angela Mollard from New Idea, to discuss their shared experiences and insights into the issue.


  • As a busy mum, working professional, and health enthusiast, Jules Sebastian knows what it’s like to juggle a thousand things every day.

    Jules’ new role as a Fitbit Ambassador and her genuine interest in better understanding her own personal health, is helping Fitbit to drive new conversations with Aussie’s about a holistic approach to health including exercise and movement, sleeping well, fuelling your body with the right foods, and understanding your own body, including female health.

    Regional Director, ANZ at Fitbit, Shaun Colligan, says “We are delighted to be working with Jules and are constantly inspired by her dedication to health and wellness including the way she incorporates this into her busy life as a working mum”.

  • The

    Established in late 2013, Guy and Jules Sebastian began The Sebastian Foundation. Based on an understanding of the positive impact a strong family unit can have on both individuals and the community, The Sebastian Foundation aims to provide a bit of the warmth and benefit of family where it might be missing through disadvantage, serious illness or domestic violence.

    The Foundation collaborates with like-minded partners and charities on a project by project basis. Examples of work the Foundation has done in recent years include donating sleeper beds to The Children’s Hospital at Westmead so families can stay together through treatment, creating playroom / office environments, gardens and kitchens in several shelters which has had an incredible impact on the quality of life of women and families within the shelter environment, music therapy programs and several mentoring programs for young girls and employment mentoring for girls within the shelter environment.

    Focus is currently on plans and opportunities to improve several Domestic Violence crisis accommodation centres to make them more like a home rather than simply a roof over their heads and continued support of the mentoring programs we work on. Further, Jules and The Foundation are working with the Minister for Social Housing on possibilities for reform in the way women and families escaping domestic violence will be sheltered, driving change which will have a long reaching and deep impact.

    Find out more at

    The Sebastian Foundation

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