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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

Independent Runway | Melbourne Fashion Festival | 2014

One Fell Swoop at the Independent Runway VAMFF 2014. Photography by Calvin Cropley for StyleMelbourne.

Last night the nation’s slightly under-the-radar labels took back some of the spotlight at the Independent Runway for the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival. Tiffany & Co National Designer Award nominee Christina Exie and last year’s victors From Britten took to the catwalk alongside designs from Emma Mulholland, Kathryn Beker, Neo

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: Independent Runway

Ksubi opened the Independent runway at LMFF with the first revival of grunge I’ve seen this week. Leopard print, 90’s check and detachable zipper sleeves were common themes. Garth Cook continued this feeling in a preppier way as checks gave way to sketchy prints. Do we spy acid-wash, elasticised hemmed

Offsite Runway 1 at Penthouse Mouse

Taking on the literal inspiration from Ziggy Stardust at Penthouse Mouse’s LMFF offsite runway 1, Alexi Freeman‘s A/W collection was an uber-cool mix of electric sequins in midnight blues, deep blacks and illuminating silvers matched with bold, daring zig-zag prints. Glamorous and neo-80’s, Freeman’s standout piece was undoubtedly the black

L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival; Runway 6

If dedicated L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival followers were showing any sign of tiring by the fourth day, it certainly wasn’t showing on their faces. A-listers (or B or C) sitting front row included Brett Tucker, Zoe Badwi, Carrie Bickmore, Tiffani Hall, Kate Langbroek, Lillian Frank, Miss Jay Alexander and plenty

Twittering “The Vagina Monologues”

As those of you who have been dutifully reading their A2 Age supplements and their Herald Sun arts sections will already know, on the 21st February a charity performance of The Vagina Monologues occurred. Some of you may even have went to it, as it was almost a sell out