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L’Oreal Paris Runway 5 at LMFF 2013

“You sort of look back and think ‘was it really that long ago?’” reminisced Arthur Galan who celebrated his label’s 15th birthday amid the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival this year. “It’s been an amazing journey,” relays the designer who in 1999 thought, “let’s just open the store and put some

50 years of Fashions on the Field

Originally conceived 50 years ago as a honeypot to lure more males trackside; Fashions on the Field has evolved into a highlight of any  decent Spring Racing event. Celebrating this golden jubilee, the VRC and Myer hosted a high tea yesterday at the Mural Hall. It naturally applauded classic styles of the

DressCode: Prints Charming

Arthur Galan AG ‘Aztec Silk’ blazer Country Road ‘Strip Tube’ skirt Country Road ‘Zip Front’ top Steve Madden ‘Xcess’ wedges Mimco ‘Uber Baroque Hoop’ earrings — Location; Nicholas Building at Pybus PR HQ’s balcony – Photographer; 35mm Fashion Photography – Make Up & Hair; Merton Muaremi This outfit post is

DressCode: Sports Luxe and (real life) Florals

Arthur Galan AG ‘Birgit Mesh’ jacket. Country Road ‘Twist Front Ponte’ dress. Mimco ‘Glam’ cocktail ring. You all know my undying love for an epic ring. — Location; The sweetly scented florist Domain Flowers in South Yarra – Photographer; 35mm Fashion Photography (except yellow roses) – Make Up & Hair; Merton

LMFF: Runway 1

L’Oreal Paris Runway 1 at the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival showcased Australia’s established labels (plus one welcome New Zealand interloper). Carl Kapp presented 40’s-style femme fatales in anything but a noir colour palette. Karen Walker jumped a decade forward with 50’s styling; hair-scarves and cats eye sunglasses galore. Nicola Finetti

Beautiful Girls Fashion Lunch

Simultaneous lunches – with fashion design firmly on the menu – happened this week. As I happily dined riverside at L’Oreal‘s mid-day soiree, the trackside ‘Beautiful Girls’ fashion luncheon was in full swing at Flemington. A reminder that racewear is not only relevant for Spring; a Myer-led runway parade style

MSFW: High Tea is always In Style

Do join me for a spot of high tea at the Grand Hyatt won’t you? Scones with jam and cream and new Spring fashion collections by Arthur Galan AG, Jasongrech, Leona Edmiston, Lisa Ho, Manning Cartell and T.L.Wood topped of with hats by Paris Kyne and Louise Macdonald. Kindly pass

MSFW: Designer Series 1 ‘Gala’

We would expect nothing less than glamour and perhaps a hint of refined quirk from the collection of designers in Melbourne Spring Fashion Week’s Designer Series 1 ‘Gala’. The opening was exquisite and unexpected – feathered headwear designs by Richard Nylon accompanied by Toni Maticevski garments on dancers and Neo

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2011: Top 10

The Grand Hyatt’s ‘Residence’ space was transformed into a Springtime tableau last week courtesy bouquets of lisianthus, roses and orchids: a fitting setting for the 2011 Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (MSFW) program launch. As you have probably heard by now model Sophie Van Den Akker has been unveiled as the face of the festival

Giveability

giveability

The Giveability Store is a temporary Westfield pop-up boutique filled with a treasure of fashionables and a handful of unexpected items. There’s another special thing about this store; 100% of the price-tag will go to Scope to aid in education, respite and equipment for those suffering cerebral palsy (the most common physical