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A little fashionable TLC

With Sarah Gale at the helm (looking amazing in Green with Envy’s in-house label Nicholas) along with the skills of stylist Philip Boon, the world-first tracksuit pant fashion show couldn’t help but be chic. Fashion supports Tracky Dack Day launched the fundraising event (to be held on the 1st July)

Fashion supports Tracky Dack Day

Now here’s a fashion term I never thought I’d write here. Next to thongs and Ed Hardy tees, tracksuit pants are probably the furthest item of clothing from haute couture (and so help you if they have ‘Juicy’ printed on your behind). The only things they are good for are

LMFF 2011: Runway 1

The official L’Oreal Paris Runway series kicked off on Tuesday with Runway One. Carla Zampatti opened the show with her high class collection, featuring luscious velvets, neat ladylike tailoring with splashes of tangerine thrown into the mix of monochromatic pieces. The designer combined evening elegance suited to women of all

A Long White Winter: David Jones A/W 2010

It  began with a dramatic crack of thunder and a real sheet of rain tumbling down. Bianca Spender and her mother Carla Zampatti opened David Jones‘ Autumn Winter parade for 2010; their first collections with the department store. Spender presented puffed shoulders in bronze silk, while Zampatti paired bold red

Myer Spring/Summer 2009 Parade

The Womens Designer Fashion Department at Myer Melbourne was transformed into a white runway on Tuesday afternoon, with brightly coloured images of the one and only Jennifer Hawkins beaming down upon it for the launch of their Spring /Summer 2009 Collections.Guests were treated to espresso and chocolates as we settled

51st Annual TV Week Logie Awards Red Carpet

Apparently there is a worldwide recession…you would not have known going by the excess of glitz and glam on the red carpet last night at the 51st Annual Logie Awards.  Key looks of the evening included embellished everything, plenty of sequins, a lot of delicate beading, and of course, many