Monika and fellow season 2 designer Giles make a visit to the competitors of Project Catwalk season 3 to give them the benefit of his experience through some advice in the second episode of the third season.
When Luke was eliminated he immediately declared that he thought Monika was going to be the winner, and told her family that's what he thought.
Monika's mother, who had never previously visited her daughter in England, flew from Australia to see her catwalk show.
Monika's right nostril is pierced, and she wears a small diamond stud.
For the Bikini Challenge on Project Catwalk, Monika decided to take a stand and make a one-piece swimsuit. This decision landed her in the bottom three, and brought her in for some especially harsh criticism from Judge Julien MacDonald, who accused her of being arrogant.
Monika snores, so she stayed in the boys' room at the Project Catwalk apartment.
When Monika saw all three collections by the finalists of Project Catwalk she didn't choose her own as the winner. Instead, she said that she thought Luke would win because his designs were so new and fresh.
As a consolation prize Monika received £5,000 from Debenhams for coming in second place on the second season of Project Catwalk.
Monika traveled to Monte Carlo to get her inspiration for her final collection for Project Catwalk. She wanted her collection to be glamorous and luxurious, and thought that the residents of Monte Carlo epitomized those qualities.
Monika is a finalist on the second season of Project Catwalk, and will be showing her collection at London Fashion Week.
Monika won the fourth, fifth and ninth Challenges on the second season of Project Catwalk. She was declared the winner of the fourth Jockey Team Challenge in spite of not being the Team Leader because she left her assigned task of accessories to do the bulk of the pattern making and sewing of the dress.
Monika: When I see my designs and creations go down the catwalk it's like a fantasy- I am that model. It's dressing my alter ego, the person I aspire to be but am not.
Monika: (giving her philosophy as a designer) We are the designers, we're meant to lead, not follow. We set the trends and we set the standards.
Monika: I'm a very opinionated, loud character. If I'm bored, I make everyone know that I'm bored.
Monika: (about "Project Catwalk") I'm really straight to the point. I'm from Australia, so I want to see how I come up against English designers.