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Tettmann.Doust Infinitum A/W 2013

I’m a secret nerd at heart. I plan nightime trips out to the country just to see the Milky Way, I love a good David Attenborough doco and am forever toying with the idea of setting up a blog/series that juxtaposes fashion with nature. So it’s lovely to find others

Tettmann.Doust ‘Corpus Ephemera’ Spring/Summer 2013

Sponsored It’s refreshing to stumble across another fashion label that doesn’t adhere to trends but rather cuts its own path. Tettmann.Doust, by designers Naomi Tettmann and Elke Doust, are one such label. They are attempting to blur the typical seasonal cycle of fashion by producing biannual collections which share an

Tettmann.Doust Debut at LMFF

Firmly on my radar is new Melbourne fashion label Tettmann.Doust. Debuting in their first solo showcase last night, designers Naomi Tettmann and Elke Doust collaborated with projection artist Yandell Walton to create an immersive runway show. Walton’s digital woodland wilderness grew out from the walls at 1000 Pound Bend to merge

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

This must be Underwater Love

The seaweed is always greener, In somebody else’s lake, You dream about going up there, But that is a big mistake, Just look at the world around you, Right here on the ocean floor, Such wonderful things surround you, What more is you lookin’ for? – Horatio Thelonius Ignatius Crustaceus

Seasonal Delights

Photography by Stu Morley

Sweet potato, black fungi, black seaweed and ricotta-filled squid ink ravioli topped with fried basil seeds and black sesame seeds, garnished with parmesan crisp inspired by Kathryn Beker. Gown by Kathryn Beker, scarf by Swash London, sunglasses by Cutler and Gross, cuff by Yunus & Eliza, all accessories from Christine.

Fashion Editorial | Ms / Melbourne

Over the clinking of festive-season champagne glasses late last year, stylist Greg Dennis came to me with the concept of pairing iconic Melbourne landmarks with brilliant Melbourne fashion. He’s since left town to chase the dream in London, but the resulting editorial below could be considered something of a love

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

Diary | Seasonal Delights | Melbourne Fashion Festival

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Artist and food designer Ryan Foote (his clients include Chanel and fashion weeks around the nation), recently invited me to contribute to his new project ‘Seasonal Delights; Consumption of Trends and Worlds Around Us‘ for the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival. Now, it’s my pleasure to invite you to see the

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