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The Naked Truth

The Order of Melbourne transformed to host ‘The Naked Truth’ for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. The provocative name of the event, instantly invited a number of connotations – some that turned out to be more literal than others. While every participant was indeed clothed, the show attempted to strip away

Win! – Fashion by Josua Andreas/Urban Project

Here at Style Melbourne, we are long time fans of the lovely Josua Andreas and his Urban Project store located at Melbourne Central.  Josua brings together a unique range of fashions from some of Melbourne’s best up and coming labels, and has kindly supplied some of his own fantastic designs


Melbourne Winter 2009 has had a military makeover. Not only in the fashion sense. Have you noticed the array of Russian/WW2 movies? I’ve seen Valkyrie, Defiance and about to settle in for a tear jerker with The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas. In Valkyrie, the jackets worn by soldiers were

Urban Project by Josua Andreas

Upon stepping into Josua Andreas’ Urban Project store in Melbourne Central, you are instantly transported into what appears to be an old world costume shop clashed with a funky 70’s style apartment.  Shopping at Urban Project is destined to be an experience, be sure to set aside at least an

Short & Sweet Style Wrap #6

Wittner are having a massive mid-season clearance sale both instore and online. They are taking 30% off the original price of all sale stock. It all starts today. I’m sure we’re all on the look out for a juicy piece of bling that was stolen in a smash and grab

Josua Andreas Urban Project VIP Parade

Eve Nightclub certainly provided the ideal backdrop for young designer Josua Andreas’ Urban Project parade on Friday night, with the edginess of the club complimenting the attitude packed new winter range on offer at this oh so funky Melbourne Central boutique. Hosting on the night was the extremely eye-pleasing Rhys

Infrared Parade from the Fashion Incubator MC

The theme was all things red, with designs, decorations and dancers all matching in colour. However this is where the similarities ended and each unique individual designer’s perspective became apparent. The show began with Lenko. Decorative headpieces and berets were complemented with short sleeved over coats and pencil line skirts