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L’Oreal Paris Runway 7 at LMFF 2013

From L’Oreal Paris Runway 7 at the 2013 L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival. Featuring designer labels Gorman, Jolet, Karen Walker, Kuwaii, Leonard St, Limedrop and Secret South. Full interview with Karen Walker coming soon. Listen to the show’s music playlist here. Photography by Andrew Gan [nggallery id=1170]

Lookbook: Jolet A/W 2013

On my desk, framed in silver, sits a photograph taken of a metropolitan skyline at night snapped while on a holiday to Japan. Its twinkling skyscraper lights are blurred but I love the abstractedness. The photograph is still unmistakably Tokyo. So when I spied Jolet‘s Autumn Winter 2013 collection I

My Australian Fashion quest + the very best kind of Garage Sale!

Alice Euphemia sale

Some people strive to wear all vintage fashion or all sustainable fashion. You may have heard Aleisha McCormack of The Circle and Love Local Fashion‘s bid to only wear Australian brands on air? It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a little while so… As of now I promise at least nine

LMFF: Autumn Winter 2012 Wishlist

Alice McCall at LMFF 2012 by photographer Scott Gick

Now that the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival has wrapped – bar the wonderful cultural program – I find it valuable to look back over the week (or rather the nine days) that was for Winter wardrobe inspiration. Below I dish up my personal inspiration from LMFF on future DIY projects,

Penthouse Mouse Opening Party 2012

Penthouse Mouse has returned for a fleeting week, flying a big fat flag for independent Australian Fashion at the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival. The collaborative retail space sees local labels interspersed between works of art; this year themed towards a brief of ‘mechanical interference’. Wednesday evening exposes the reality of

Fashion Editorial: Sky High

Jolet blouse, Saba pants, Owl of Eden earrings, Leisa Flannery ring

Spring has well and truly sprung and I’m in a celebratory mood. Recently, with an eye towards the upcoming Melbourne Spring Fashion Week and the Spring Racing Carnival, I had the pleasure of working with a wonderful creative team to style and shoot pieces by some of my all-time favourite

Salon Melbourne 2011

Beauty industry-only event Salon Melbourne returned this past weekend with three seasonal catwalk shows presenting a live lookbook of beauty (and fashion) trends for the Autumn Winter 2011 season. The Creme Caramel look is typified by sleek flowing hair and a natural face highlighted with bronze metallics and contoured with

Offsite Runway 1 at Penthouse Mouse

Taking on the literal inspiration from Ziggy Stardust at Penthouse Mouse’s LMFF offsite runway 1, Alexi Freeman‘s A/W collection was an uber-cool mix of electric sequins in midnight blues, deep blacks and illuminating silvers matched with bold, daring zig-zag prints. Glamorous and neo-80′s, Freeman’s standout piece was undoubtedly the black

Chambord Shine Awards 2010 Grand Final

limedrop wins the chambord shine award

In a surprising (they were entered as a the people’s choice) yet thrilling win Melbourne’s Limedrop designer duo Clea Garrick and Nathan Price took out the Chambord Shine Award last night. Traditionally not ones to design for the Spring Racing Carnival set, Limedrop caught the judges’ eye with an edgy

Chambord Shine Awards 2010 Melbourne

On tuesday evening, the Longroom was flooded with fashionable faces as the Melbourne leg of the Chambord Shine Awards‘ tour of the east coast took to the runway. The equestrian-inspired Jolet and Anna Campbell were the chosen ones according to judges (fashion journalist Emily Power, iSpyStyle‘s Kate Vandermeer, designer Joe