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DressCode: No Home

The Occasion: The premiere of No Home‘s fashion x film project for LMFF (full report coming soon) Venue: ACMI Dresscode: Something in which to devour popcorn. Ellery Suit Jacket by Pamela Usanto Skirt by Ojay (worn as dress) ‘Furry Cheetah’ manicure by Nail Rock Heels by Forever New It was

DressCode: Lady Chatterley’s Lover Opening Night

I experienced my first proper theatre outing last night, as the Australian Shakespeare Company performed an adaptation of D.H. Lawrence’s 1920’s classic (and très scandaleuse) novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover among the grounds – and sometimes in the trembling bushes – of the glorious Rippon Lea House. I thought lace on lace on

Dresscode: Sail Melbourne

The lifestyle party that capped off Sail Melbourne on Saturday demanded ‘elegant summer style’. Yet the overcast skies and ocean breeze had other ideas. As the sun persisted in its attempt to peek through, the sea sparkled as much as the champagne and sunglasses made a welcome appearance as we

Dresscode: Trackside Fashion Luncheon

I received a call on wednesday with a lovely (yet last-minute) invitation to the Trackside Fashion Luncheon at Caulfield on Thousand Guineas Day the following day. Chadstone would like some help choosing the best dressed lady and gentleman on the day; could I please co-judge? I love making people smile

Dresscode: MSFW Designer Series 1

Task for tonight: Figure out how to set camera to timer so I don’t have to try to get a decent shot while my resident photographer is away. And so Pawley stops looking at me like I am out of my tiny mind at 2.30am in the morning. Awkwardly photographing

Dresscode: MLY at MSFW

The dresscode for Miss Lyndel Yeo’s 5th Birthday celebrations at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week said “red carpet” but I didn’t want to go too outlandish as the star of the show was the gorgeous Lyndel herself in one of her deliciously berry-hued gowns. So I settled for a streamlined take

Dresscode: The MSFW launch party

The occasion: Melbourne Spring Fashion Week‘s 2010 launch party The venue: an underground carpark transformed with mirrored blooms, avant garde fashion creations and a pretty lady draped in floral fabric reclining inside the glass bar. The dresscode: Quote “Dress for unexpected opulence and experience fabulous glamour…” Thankfully I received a heaven-sent message