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Fashion Fusion

Fashion Fusion showcased a preview of pieces from autumn collections from leading QV designers in fresh runway combining contemporary fashion and dance. Melbourne boys Trimapee turned out their beloved black; highlights being a soft leather jackets with intricate weaved panels, high collars and excess modesty panels along the front of

F.R.O.C (part deux)

The F.R.O.C fashion show provides a preview of the Spring Summer collections  from labels such as Trimapee, Kam Otto, Wayne Cooper, Christensen Copenhagen, Cactus Jam & Dizingof while simultaneously raising funds for the crucial work of the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. If you simply can’t wait until F.R.O.C comes around

Winter Q & A with Kam Otto

As winter’s icy fingers grasp at our city I prefer to look towards Parisian style for a chic take on cold-weather dressing. Textured stockings, waisted coats, luxurious scarves, high rise flat boots and long leather gloves will be my best friend this season. Yet that is simply my idealised version

Fashion Dollhouse

The QV building was briefly transformed into a little girl’s dream, a life-sized doll house. While it was no Barbie Malibu Beach house, the catwalk was adorned with a swing, a luxurious love seat and accessorised all in black and white. For men, Dollhouse featured classic suits in grey and

Livestyle Group Runway Parade #4

Group Show 4 opened with a stunning array of mens’ and womens’ wear from the famous Melbourne based boutique, Cactus Jam.  The overall feel of the store’s latest range is that of preppy cool, mixed with plenty of luxe in the form of furs and stunning fabrics of the highest

LMFF Cabaret Parade at QV Square

Is it fair on the Loreal Melbourne Fashion Festival organisers to suggest that one of their ‘free’ shows was probably the best I’ve been to all week? Well they do say that honesty is the best policy, and I can honestly say that the Cabaret Show held at QV Square