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Fashion+Aid 2012

From the very beginning Fashion+Aid had been a charity gala of epic proportions. It returns – yes, bigger and better than ever – for 2012 on Saturday September 15th from 7pm until midnight at Crown’s Palladium Ballroom. Ever-gorgeous model Ms Silvana Lovin is the face of Fashion+Aid this year and the

Style…Broome?

This is my last behind the scenes post about our recent top secret fashion adventure to the outback for a little while. In a few weeks proper details will start to be revealed which I simply can’t wait to share. Back home in Melbourne now – and I do love

The Australian Fashion Project: It begins with Tali Roth!

Alice Euphemia‘s four-day Garage Sale starts today and as you can see I’ve been busy “working” on my Australian Fashion project with a couple of new purchases below. I must be on a silver kick at the moment! Both pieces are by Tali Roth; I think this makes her label

Famous for Fashion: Chapel Street Edition

The cooler months need not be gloomy with Melburnians dressed in safe black yet again. Prahran retailers are asking us to be bold this year and embrace colour, lines and stripes, pattern and even a bit of romance, as Style Melbourne discovered at LMFF’s Famous for Fashion series: The Chapel

5 Melbourne Jewellery Labels to wear this instant

If  “the clothing maketh the man”, then surely I can argue that jewels maketh the woman? After all there’s none more womanly than Elizabeth Taylor and the lady had quite the penchant for the odd sparkler (all £74 million worth of them). Alas, my relatively meagre collection is not quite

Melbourne Models to watch in 2012

Inspired by the rise of Australian supermodels like the omnipresent Miranda Kerr, Elle MacPherson and rising star Shanina Shaik, today I bring you some fresh faces from Melbourne’s modelling scene.  In the wake of various L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival 2012 model castings, I caught up with six local beauties to ensure

Win a pair of Sseko sandals

How about this for a genius idea? Sseko (pronounced “say-ko”, derived from the Ugandan word for laughter) fashion elegant sandals with interchangable straps. Metallic, floral, neon…you can change now your sandals to your heart’s desire. They are ideal for light-packing holidays, beach weddings or simply just for wearing all summer

Whitehouse Institute of Design Melbourne Graduate fashion show 2011

The Whitehouse Institute of Design presented the collections of their 2011 Melbourne graduates this week. Hailed student of the year was Michael Mumford who boasted a palette of black, orange and grey with exquisite digital prints. Here’s are a few other budding designers that caught our eye; Adrian Bressanutti showcased

Fashion on the Field: Millinery Award 2011

Local milliner Rebecca Share has won the 2011 Millinery Award at Flemington with a curvy navy and red creation; almost a hat within a hat. Second was Mandy Murphy with a classic rose studded piece and thirdly Louise Macdonald’s design also mimicking flora. Both runners-up are also based in Melbourne which is

Fashions on the Field 2011: A Grand Finale

Dunaden wasn’t the only winner this past week at the Melbourne Cup Carnival. NSW Fashions on the Field regular Angela Menz  also left the track with glittering prizes after taking out the coveted crown of Best Dressed at Flemington this year. Queensland’s Louise Struber was runner up in a lemon