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Melbourne Spring Fashion Week: Contemporary Runway

Photographer Olivia Mróz captures the designs of Alice McCall, Bec & Bridge, Ginger & Smart, LifewithBird, Livia Arena, Lui Hon, Manning Cartell, Neo Dia, One Fell Swoop & Yeojin Bae at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (MSFW) 2015 for StyleMelbourne.com

Runway 4 | Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2014

Chorus at Runway 4 Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. Photography by Liz Barnes for StyleMelbourne.com

As Melbourne Spring Fashion Week’s final finale for the season grows imminent, official face of MSFW – Ashley Hart – uses her (also official?) lips to have a quick chat. Of all the looks the New York based model has been styled in this week she has a clear winner, “I

Runway 3 | Melbourne Fashion Festival | 2014

Oh deer! Leonard St’s fawn motif as seen at Runway 3 of the Virgin Australian Melbourne Fashion Festival is awfully cute. It seems to be the show for adorable features; who else but Gorman could make me crave my five daily veg (to wear as a print at least)? And

Sneak Peek | National Designer Award 2014

Butterflies (of the nervous variety) were a recurring theme yesterday as six labels under five underwent judging for the 2014 National Designer Award presented by Tiffany & Co. Against a backdrop of iconic Tiffany’s little blue boxes and twinkling diamonds, London Management model Sarah Burns showed a hint of what

MSFW | Designer Runway 2 | 2013

The second designer runway at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2013 made a strong argument that every day is worth dressing up for. Newly added to my too-many-clothes-not-enough-lifetimes list are Livia Arena’s punched-out pants, Neo Dia’s green-tinged moto-jacket and a YB J’Aime cape (always say ‘yes’ to capes). I may not

Magic Johnston Designer Sale

Creative space Magic Johnston has gathered a legion of wonderful independent designers together for the Magic Johnston Designer Sale. Carly Hunter, Kuwaii, Dress Up by Stephanie Downey (just named by Vogue as one of “the 12 contemporary brands you may not have heard of but should”), Ffixxed, From Britten, Kinoak,

Independent Runway at LMFF 2013

Kathryn Beker, Neo Dia, Jolet, Fame Agenda; there’s so many talented (and just darn buyable if you can find them) independent designers around town at the moment. Livia Arena is another favourite of mine. And it seems I won’t get much argument from the smart cookies at LMFF as her

LMFF National Designer Award 2013

Over breakfast at Tiffany’s yesterday – and in a boon for Australian menswear design – From Britten was awarded the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival’s 2013 National Designer Award. Designers Tim and Alex Britten-Finschi carry on a heritage; their mother Linda Britten presented her gowns at LMFF on Monday in an opera-fuelled showcase. The

Top 20 Party Dresses

The silly season and summer in general call for some serious time spent in good company. Whether you’ll spend it sitting around a backyard fire on a balmy evening, talking your way into a Hamptons-esque beachside soiree or on a city rooftop sipping Manhattans, this time of year demands a

MSFW: Tomorrow’s Heroes

I am officially going to go broke this season. Of all the runways so far at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week I find this line-up the most alluring in terms of want-to-wear-ability. Tomorrow’s Heroes is dedicated to emerging and perhaps slightly under the radar (for now) labels. Stylist Connel Chiang has