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Oscar & Wild goes to the races

One of my favourite sayings is attributed to fashion boutique Oscar & Wild‘s famous namesake. The oft-quoted novelist Oscar Wilde said “you can never be over-dressed or over-educated”. This is especially true for the Spring Racing Carnival where the best-dressed punters of the day are thoughtfully styled (as for the

Top 10 Hats for Spring Racing 2010

I recently had the thought that a hat is like the cherry on top on the sundae of an outfit. When I dress for the races I never really feel finished or polished until I have secured my headpiece. Taking note of the lovely ladies and gents at the track


Usually a hat is like the cherry on top of a sundae of an outfit. However at Spring Racing Carnival time a hat, headpiece or fascinator becomes a wardrobe essential. The Millinery Association of Australia recently showcased their collective ranges for the season in a display of Hatstravagance at Flemington


A woman’s worst fashion fear is being caught in the same attire as another. B-Spoke takes on the challenge of achieving exclusivity when accessorising by offering customer hand made products tailored for the individual. Fashion designer and milliner Sarah Cranitch will take your vision from shape, colour and material to


Crochetta creates  all of those little extras that you should have in your wardrobe; bags, hats, jewellery, scarves, sarongs and kaftans. Yet it is the headpieces that catch my eye with a nod to the impending Spring Racing Carnival. Designer Tahlia Coker, who has been at the helm of the

Insert Name Here Launch Party

It  has already been open for over as week into its limited run, yet that didn’t stop fans of the <insert name here> pop-up boutique from popping bottles of scrumptious champagne to celebrate its launch. Formed by a trio of Melbourne fashion designers <insert name here> is Airdrie Makim of