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Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2014

MSFW 2014

Like florists persuading blooms accustomed to warmer climes into an early performance for the launch announcement, the 2014 faces of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week also bravely slipped into unseasonable outfits while the city’s tempestuous nature still gave a Wintry bite. Headlining the trio is ever-smiling Ashley Hart as fashion week’s

Gabrielle Brown | Graduate Fashion Designer of 2014

RMIT graduate fashion designer Gabrielle Brown has been announced as 2014’s winner out of the dozen finalists in the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival’s National Graduate Showcase supported by Target. Her collection ‘Kinesis’ juxtaposes grass-roots craftmanship like pin tucking and cording with the high-technology of 3D printed rubber. A collaboration

Runway 6 | Melbourne Fashion Festival | 2014

Runway 6 got arty at the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival last night. Ellery’s collection incorporated abstract art prints and tapestries by Ben Barretto. Meanwhile Yeojin Bae’s curvy panelling reminded me of the marbled paintings of childhood. Runway 6 also featured the leading labels Alex Perry, Arthur Galan AG, Carla Zampatti, Lui Hon

Runway 4 | Melbourne Fashion Festival | 2014

Runway 4 VAMFF 2014

Sweet wardrobe dreams are made of this. After watching the contemporary Runway 4 at the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival I now want to shimmy in YB J’Amie by Yeojin Bae‘s tasselled hemlines, wrap up in one of Bianca Spender or Michael Lo Sordo’s long-line overcoats and slip into Ginger

Myer A/W 2014

New Myer ambassador, model and delightful human being, Kate Peck suits the department store’s “street” direction for the season. Against the backdrop of a digital street-scape by night, stylist and Manuscript magazine creative director Jolyon Mason “urbanised” disparate collections with grungy beanies and noir accessories. Though I’m not personally sold on

DressCode: Hello Summer

Sarah Willcocks StyleMelbourne Melbourne fashion blogger

I attempted to be the hostess with the mostest at a party held recently at Captain Baxter to launch the Summer social season in Melbourne. We decided upon the tongue in cheek (or should that be tongue in chic) dresscode of ‘Yacht Club Luxe’ which saw guests break out sailor-detailing, floaty

MSFW | Designer Runway 3 | 2013

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week‘s Designer Runway 3 was a case of extremes. On one hand we have Akira’s gently fluid shapes and prints and Yeojin Bae with restrained details (in a victorious return for her mainline collection; who knew neoprene could look so delicate?) This is balanced with the bold, as

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

Olivia Palermo | Icons of Style 2013 |

I must admit, socialite, subject of an entire style website and soon to be Miss Vogue Australia model, Olivia Palermo was unknown to me until her elfin face began popping up amid fashion week street style pages. Her socialite upbringing and “reality” television history are only vaguely referenced these days, as

L’Oreal Paris Runway 3 at LMFF 2013

In her own words Yeojin Bae’s latest offerings for her label YB J’Aime is “chic, Parisian, tailored and seductive”. In this regard, the ‘Gypset’ collection continues Yeojin’s design legacy, only this time with a nod to a very refined version of the 70’s. No zany platforms here. It’s all drawstrings,