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RMIT “Dangerous Goods” runway Part 2 (+ video)

Georgia Head opened up the RMIT ‘Dangerous Goods’ runway show with her collection ‘A perfect circle’. With neoprene clad models, the collection was blazing in electric blue and black, and overstated with circular formations, from necklines to entire dresses. Safa Taghizadeit dabbled into the conflicting world of old and new

Win a double pass to Made In Melbourne at MSFW

Made in Melbourne returns for its sophomore year at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. MSFW 2010 sees seven boutique labels hit the runway to showcase their Spring Summer 2010/11 collections; Mina & Katusha, Caro, Lisa Taranto, Marion Liese lingerie, Borsha, Silk & Ink and NeoDia. Naturally all are “made in Melbourne” Made in Melbourne will be held at

LIFEwithBIRD ‘Project 7’ x FASHION: Australian & New Zealand Designers

One  night, one location and two reasons to celebrate Australia’s continually evolving fashion industry. Thursday evening saw the amalgamation of fashion and writing with the launch of LIFEwithBIRD’s new flagship store ‘Project 7’ and the simultaneous launch of Mitchell Oakley Smith’s debut title ‘FASHION: Australian and New Zealand Designers’. After

The Age of Fashion exhibition

Sunday Age fashion editor Rachel Wells has recently had the simultaneously enviable and daunting task of shuffling through the Age newspaper’s photographic archives for evidence of Melbourne’s fashionable past and present. The Age of Fashion exhibition, part of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, is the result of her hours spent trawling through stylish images.

Short & Sweet Style Wrap #26

Maurie & Eve are holding a clearance sale in Melbourne for the first time. Up to 85% off everything for two days only. Find it at Suite 6/1 Yarra Street in Richmond this evening from 5pm ’til 9pm and tomorrow from 9.30am ’til 5pm. Model Jessica Hart chats with FTV

Melbourne School of Fashion graduation parade

2009’s graduates from the Melbourne School of Fashion sent fresh collections down the runway in an epic parade at the Palladium Ballroom last week. Pieces ran the gamut from feminine to aggressive, commercial to fanciful and from bridal gowns and clothes for kids to serious works of art. View designs

Short & Sweet Style Wrap #18

Fashion Hall of Fame inductee, race and formal-wear designer Lisa Barron, has just opened her third store. It will be her first store in the city located at 234 Collins Street. American label John Varvatos will be exclusively stocked at Harrolds (in Melbourne, at 101 Collins street) from this Spring

2009 State of Design Festival (for Fashion lovers)

Presenting our hand-picked guide to the best public events for the fashion-inclined at the State of Design festival. We’ve picked out the best fashion related design events across the festival and condensed them into brief tidbits so you don’t have wade through every event. For full details on the events

LMFF Pop Up 1; A Celebration of Australian Designers

Each year, the Loreal Melbourne Fashion Festival puts on a series of free ‘Pop Up’ parades during March showcasing a broad range of designers and trends.  This morning, the Herald Sun and Harper’s Bazaar launched the first of the Pop Up shows with a tribute to iconic fashion moments throughout