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Running with Scissors | Gavin Brown | Art x Fashion

Aren’t these collages constructed from paste, paper and paint by Melbourne artist Gavin Brown transfixing? They are part of his ‘Running with Scissors’ series recently exhibited at Rtist gallery. Known predominantly as a painter Gavin explains that “collage has long been the basis for most of my work and I tend to derive my source

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

Fashion Editorial | Château L’Amour

Camisole from My Lingerie Addiction, Love & Lustre knickers, Wunderplant flowers

I don’t tend to explore wedding fashion terribly much on StyleMelbourne. But this bridal project I styled recently is all froth and lingerie and jewels; how could I resist sharing? Shooting this series in a beautiful historic house out in the Yarra Valley was a treat. Photographer – 35mm Fashion

Fashion Editorial | Be Mine

Grace wears Shag, Cotton on Body and Mimco for Chapel Street Precinct. Styled by Sarah Willcocks at StyleMelbourne

Though my philosophy is that life is too short not to take advantage of any excuse to celebrate; I won’t mention the V-word here out of sensitivity to those more cynical. But I do want to share some new styling work that just so happens to be full of lingerie,

Fashion Editorial | Brooke

Brooke wears Nana Judy shorts; styled by StyleMelbourne fashion blog

Photographer – 35mm Fashion Photography Stylist – Sarah Willcocks Make-Up Artist & Hair Stylist – Trish Sousa Model – Brooke M @ London MGT Group Labels – White Suede, Country Road, Witchery, Swarovski, Bardot, Nana Judy, Wittner & Zara. (Roll over images for details)

Fashion Editorial | Festival Haze

StyleMelbourne fashion blog

Are you a 1960s flower child or an Icona Pop-style 90s bitch? This new editorial music shows you how to mix the two fashion influences. Can you spot our music and movie references? I loved styling Jux’s gemstone jewellery, Elliott the label’s cropped tops and high-end European vintage labels from

3D Printed Fashion; 2014 trend alert?

Last year, the biggest story about 3D printers was how they were controversially being used to create weapons. But it turns out the new-fangled technology can make some killer fashion too. Melbourne architecture and design team Kae Woei Lim and Elena Low of XYZ Workshop have won awards for their

Reflections: 2013

Before I skip off into the sunshine until 2014, I thought it might be nice to take a look back at some highlights of StyleMelbourne’s year that was. Both as an exercise in optimism as we move into 2014 and to jog my fading memory. A lot of the below

Fashion Editorial | New Year’s Eve

Don’t these two look like they’re going to have the Best. Summer. Ever? Paris and Courtney from Giant were a pleasure to work with splashing around, making unicorn faces and being their bright young selves. Among others, this series features fab local labels like Gorman, Lady Fox, and Samah plus

Fashion Editorial | A Festive Affair |

I do adore this season. Melbourne becomes just a little bit more glittery. December is all about fancy parties, presents and dressing up, not to mention a few days off. And perhaps a taboo liason with a co-worker at infamous end of year celebrations? Maybe steer clear of any errant