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Fashion Editorial: La Veuve Noire

La Veuve Noire by 35mm Fashion Photography, Trish Sousa MUA and London Model Management for StyleMelbourne.

Photographer – 35mm Fashion Photography Model – Siobhan @ London Management Group Stylist – Lyndel Yeo with Sarah Willcocks Hair stylist, make-up artist & manicurist – Trish Sousa Beauty assistant – Olivia Lowden Shoot assistant – Sarah Kempson Floral arrangement – Domain Flowers Location – The ‘Chancellor’ residences by Sunland

Denis Piel ‘Moments’ Fashion Photography Exhibition

New art space 1156 Gallery, has launched with an exhibition by renowned Australian-bred, French-based fashion photographer Denis Piel. Titled ‘Moments’ the showcase is a mixture of campaign, magazine and nude imagery. Piel was prolific in the 1980’s, shooting for the likes of Vogue, Vanity Fair and GQ and became one of

Australian Fashion Photographer of the Year

By Australian Fashion Photographer of the Year Genelle Bevan

The Canon AIPP Australian Professional Photography awards ceremony was held last night and, naturally, I was most interested in who was named Australian Fashion Photographer of the Year. Happily, that title went to Melbourne photographer Genelle Bevan. Beginning her career in photojournalism, Genelle is now predominantly a portrait photographer. Her successful foray

Summers Past

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Photographic exhibition Summers Past: Golden Days in the Sun 1950 -1970 will cause visitors waves of nostalgia. Australian News and Information Bureau photographers captured what we now see as an era that was carefree, happy-go-lucky, a time when being slathered in coconut oil was more important than remembering your all-important SPF. There will

Fashion Stills

Ever wondered what you may see if you joined the French fashion elite alongside the haute couture catwalks or backstage at model fittings? Well, wonder no longer. The Fashion Stills exhibition showcases over 30 photographs by Paris’ finest style shutterbugs. Derek Hudson, Jean-Marie Périer, Françoise Huguier and Gérard Uféras take

Zeitgeist Becomes Form

Herbert Tobias “Nico Paeffgen, Cocktail Dress by Heinz Oestergaard” Berlin 1956 Fiber-based print from a repro negative 35 x 27.5 cm

Noted German photographer FC Gundlach has curated an exhibition titled ‘Zeitgeist Becomes Form’ which looks at a vast range of fashion photography spanning an epic 50 years from 1945 to 1995. The exhibit which features works by Helmut Newton, Herbert Tobias, Willy Maywold and Jurgen Teller is open from now until 12th

The Age of Fashion exhibition

Aerial View_ The Age Of Fashion Exhibition, QV Square

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.

Fashion Photographer Samantha Jarrett

Samantha Jarrett for Michell

I was recently introduced to fashion photographer Samantha Jarrett‘s ‘Love on the Run’ and Ester Williams-style shoots and fell head over heels for the soft colours within them. She has worked with epic names and labels like Mario Testino and Victoria’s Secret. So when I heard she has recently moved

Garance Dore returns to Melbourne

Garance Dore's works

Fashion illustrator, photographer, blogger, style icon (and paramour of The Sartorialist Scott Schumann) Garance Dore will have an exhibition of her new work on display in Melbourne from Wednesday 28th April to Sunday 23rd May. Garance has been commissioned to create a series of seven illustrations inspired by the Winter 2010 collections

Christian Blanchard Fashion Photographer Profile

We are not always so lucky as to get the behind-the-scenes scoop on the talent behind the camera. The many month long efforts of fashion photographers result in images we admire while flipping through our favourite glossy magazines. We aspire to get our grubby little hands on what they advertise,