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MSFW: David Jones Racewear

Department store David Jones kicked off Melbourne Spring Fashion Week’s City Square series this afternoon in an ode to racewear. Emma Freedman and Jesinta Campbell presented a show in which shades of neon orange was calmed with cool blues upon the backs of model Samantha Harris and the faces of

Camilla and Marc launch a new concept boutique in Melbourne

Everything sounds better in French. ‘Le Jardin Secret’ is the latest collection from Camilla and Marc, who celebrated the opening of their new concept store (within David Jones at Bourke Street Mall) with a salon-style fashion show featuring Samantha Harris. With the title referring to a private world or little secret

High Tea with Dior

High Tea and Dior. Two things that are sure to delight the recipient of any invitation baring the terms. Anton Jewellery celebrated the arrival of Dior’s fourth watch collection entitled ‘VIII‘ last week with a spot of tea at the Westin Hotel’s Martini Bar. Models, designers and VIP clients marvelled at

MSFW: Spring Racewear Preview

Lovely ladies Megan Gale, Samantha Harris and a dashing Heath Townsend presented the trends for the forthcoming Spring Racing season 2011 yesterday for David Jones. Labels on display include Bianca Spender, Camilla & Marc, Carla Zampatti, Collette Dinnigan, George Gross & Harry Who, Ginger & Smart, Josh Goot, Lisa Ho,

Spring Racewear 2010 according to David Jones

David Jones presented a preview of vibrant yet elegant designs set to dazzle crowds at Melbourne’s many race days this year at MSFW.  2010’s major trend is nude. “Nude is so beautiful, it’s a really classic colour which is just gorgeous as a signature piece. And it can be worn

A Long White Winter: David Jones A/W 2010

It [singlepic id=12937 w=320 h=240 float=right]  began with a dramatic crack of thunder and a real sheet of rain tumbling down. Bianca Spender and her mother Carla Zampatti opened David Jones‘ Autumn Winter parade for 2010; their first collections with the department store. Spender presented puffed shoulders in bronze silk,