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Roll Up, roll up… to Catwalk Circus!

When it rolled into town earlier this week – rather than a big top – Catwalk Circus was housed under the ornate ceiling of the Melbourne Town Hall. And rather than golden-maned lions being tamed there was fierce fashion on show. Instead of caramel corn there were cocktails, instead of

Run away & join the Catwalk Circus

Roll up, roll up! Fashion + live music + dancers + animation + death-defying acrobatic acts = Catwalk Circus! From the team that brought you Catwalk Theatre last year and The Naked Truth in 2009, comes this pre-LMFF fashion extravaganza. Under Catwalk Circus’ big top tent full of designers will be

A Chique debut

It’s apt that the first soiree StyleMelbourne covers for 2011 is the debut of a brand new events management company in town. Chique welcomed us to Southbank this weekend to show off what they can do with the help of (almost) Lady Gaga, Kitty Glitter and an all-singing, all-dancing ensemble.

New season runway at Cecylia

Cecylia Kee (veterinarian/boutique maven) and Theodore, (star sales assistant/Chihuahua) recently showcased new season pieces from a carefully curated selection of Australian and international labels. Only having opened in April, the Cecylia boutique seems to be attracting a fashionable following already as evidenced by the designers – from labels Dhini, MLY,

Fashion Editorial: New Wave

Take note: one of the most impressive new Melbourne labels that I’ve seen emerge this year is Neo Dia. The upcoming designer duo of Becky Chua and Gavin Lowes create architecturally complex, ready-to-wear pieces. Photography – Phillip Papadis Model – Rebecca H at Scene Models Hair & Make Up –

Made in Melbourne

What better way to spend the Saturday night of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week than at a homegrown designer showcase. Caro kicked off the show with popping colours and bold designs. Bright pinks and greens and strong tribal patterns gave character to rather understated, no-fuss designs. Basic shift dresses were de rigeur,