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Gorman | Moth & Moon & Sweet 16ths

Lisa Gorman’s eponymous label recently celebrated its 16th year with a magical catwalk showing of Gorman‘s current Moth & Moon collection in the Fitzroy Gardens. Instead of Champagne there was a conservatory. Instead of presents there were printed pillows. Instead of party games there was pleated gold. Enjoy the lushness

First Look | Gorman | Summer 2014/15

Is it just me or are Gorman going from strength to strength? I was delighted to see the new collection is just SO darn “summer”. I’ve already bookmarked pieces for the polo, the beach and other random adventures. Just can’t decide which part to like best: the amusing seagull and hot

Miso + Gorman

Miso + Gorman Hometime

Increasingly I’m finding more interesting things with which to dress my home, rather than my body. Gorman’s Hometime range of linens and interior design accessories isn’t helping this diversion; no more so than now as Lisa Gorman has invited well-known local artist Miso to collaborate with her. The Miso +

First Look | Gorman | Winter 2014

For a collection titled ‘Never Smile at a Crocodile’ it’s surprising that my favourite prints from Gorman‘s Winter 2014 offering aren’t those featuring el cocodrilo (adorable as he is on a frilly dress). Instead I’ve fallen for prickly blossoming cactus motifs and a graphic, surrealist key hole print. I would also like

Lookbook | Gorman | Spring 2014

This Spring, Gorman is time travelling; clashing ancient history with the quasi-futuristic. The label pits ‘Hieroglyphics vs Holographics’. The latter is yet to be unveiled, but a seasonal preview shows the former as a ‘Gorman-ised‘ Egyptian sensibility. We find another clash at this point. This time it’s cultural, as dying techniques

Gorman x Ellie Malin

Here comes the Ellie Malin collection; the latest in a long line of artist collaborations with Gorman (the fashion label has also recently released a series of DIY nail art designs with Kit). The Melbourne based printmaker is known for her colourful, wood-block patterns and has developed a series of

House of Baulch x Gorman

Following on from Lisa Gorman’s recent collaboration with artist Rhy Lee, comes a new collaboration with Melbourne jewellery label House of Baulch. You may have already spied some of the pieces adorning models’ outfits on the runway during Gorman’s recent showcase at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week? I think House of Baulch

Gorman x Rhys Lee

Ahead of Gorman‘s appearance on the MSFW catwalk this evening I made  flying visit to the launch of the label’s collaboration with sculptor and painter Rhys Lee. Designer Lisa Gorman said that she and the artist had discussed working together for many years (having been good friends for “over a

Gorman

Upon walking into a Gorman store, you are instantly transported into a whimsical world of fairytale luxury.  Be it the worn wooden floorboards, the rustic decor, or the smiling staff floating about the store styled to perfection.  Since the labels inception back in 1999, Melbourne designer Lisa Gorman has been

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week: Modern Love Runway

Photographer Edy Lianto captures the designs of Alexi Freeman, Asilio, Bless’ed are the Meek, Búl, Gorman, Kuwaii, Leonard St., Limedrop, Matcho Suba & YB J’aime at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (MSFW) 2015 for StyleMelbourne.com