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The Salon Show

Como Historic House and Garden’s ballroom made a grand location for The Salon Show; showcasing true vintage styles from the 1950’s. Melbourne vintage aficionado Candice DeVille hosted the soiree as ladies with champagne in hand were made privy to ballgowns, sleepwear, hats and even bridal fashion of an era dominated by Dior, Balenciaga,

A pinch of Punch

Seriously, deliriously delicious and easy Strawberry Champagne Punch perfect for high tea as requested by @stylemelbourne‘s tweeps… Take three punnets of strawberries. Chop half a punnet into quarters and reserve. Put the rest into a blender with 2/3 cup icing sugar, 2 tablespoons of lemon juice (or balsamic vinegar if you

Spring Racing Carnival off the beaten track…

It seems Spring racing fever has once again escaped the traditional confines of Flemington, Caulfield and Moonee Valley racecourses to grip our fair city in mass celebration. Satellite carnival events are happening in unlikely places including the Langham Hotel as I discovered upon wandering into their lobby recently. Milliner Richard

food fashion friends by Fleur Wood

Food,  fashion, friends; these are a few of Fleur Wood‘s favourite things. Surrounded by a high tea theme taken directly from food fashion friends, the designer launched her new book in Melbourne last week. Rather than create a traditional cookery book, this new tome provides styling and inspiration for special

Short & Sweet Style Wrap #23

Paper queen Cristina Re now offers high tea, crafty workshops called the Papercraft Academy in her flagship Collingwood store ‘Where a Girl Goes’. Good for crafty types or making your own invites or cards for big events. Call to book your group. Drink Me Alice designer jewellery has a shiny

MSFW 2009 Launch

I  tend to agree with Melbourne’s Lord Mayor Robert Doyle when he said earlier today at a certain stylish launch that, “fashion and design are part of the heartbeat of our city”. At present I hope that extends to valuing our original building design and architecture as well but that

Blondes to Brunettes presents designer Nadia Pearse

Prahran boutique salon Blondes to Brunettes engendered some community spirit last Sunday by gathering valued clients and special guests for a day of complimentary pampering and insight into the local beauty and fashion businesses. An entire day of stylish cuts for lucky recipients was capped off by a late afternoon

News…Short & Sweet Style Wrap #11

For a bit of a change Bloom Cosmetics has added two limited edition grey nail colours to their polish collection. I have to admit (at risk of my fashionist-license being revoked) that I’m not mad about Agyness Deyn but I am a fan of her namesake shade here, simply called

Short & Sweet Style Snap #4

The glass link bridge at Melbourne Central has been transformed into a designer space until March 27th which showcases designs from Leonard Street, Side Show Design, Chitra’s Closet, Queen and Preap & Coutts. Some of our photographs will be featured in the next Melbourne Living magazine in April. Keep an

Hunting for Gifts

Without further adieu – and in no particular order – here is StyleMelbourne’s pick of 10 gorgeous objects to spoil your loved ones with over the festive season for 2008 (isn’t that what this time of year is really about?). Have a safe, stylish and eggnog-filled Xmas!