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Fashion Editorial | Ms / Melbourne


Over the clinking of festive-season champagne glasses late last year, stylist Greg Dennis came to me with the concept of pairing iconic Melbourne landmarks with brilliant Melbourne fashion. He’s since left town to chase the dream in London, but the resulting editorial below could be considered something of a love

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

MSFW: Designer Series 3

Limedrop’s Clea Garrick and Nathan Price are a walking testament to their own label. At Melbourne Spring Fashion Week’s Designer Series 3 last night Clea is adorned in a floral tiara as has become her custom (she was doing it way before Lana Del Rey made it a fad) while Nathan is

Shop the Limedrop, Gary Bigeni & Gail Sorronda sale first

Limedrop, Gary Bigeni & Gail Sorronda

Limedrop would like to invite you to their upcoming studio sale. I have a handful of double passes to the VIP preview night to giveaway to readers (after all, shopping is always better with a friend who will gently let you know that the trapeze dress you’ve had your eye

‘Chain Mail: True Self’ art x fashion exhibition

Finally chain mail is being used for something useful other than scaring 9 year old children and scamming nannas out of their pocket money. For the ‘Chain Mail: True Self‘ exhibition various artists and fashion designers were sent blank canvases via the post (in ode to the GPO’s origins) which

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

Mid-Summer: 5 of the Best Swimsuits


Damned if I’m giving up on summer already. Cloudy skies still have weeks left to give way to streaming sunshine and beach-worthy heat. So – in an ode to mid-summer – here are my top five choices of swimsuits that will have you feeling like vintage-era MGM water darling Esther Williams

Style Spy: Topshop Melbourne opens on Chapel Street

So Topshop happened. After the London juggernaut opened their first Australian store in Melbourne (at the Jam Factory on Chapel Street) last night I almost feel like I could just leave it at that opening sentence. Most Melburnians who have even the slightest gravitation towards fashion knew this day was

MSFW: Designer Series 4 ‘Senso Uniquo’

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2011’s finale Designer Series show featured the idiosyncratic labels Above, Alistair Trung, Alpha60, Arnsdorf, Carly Hunter, From Britten, Kuwaii, Limedrop, S!X, and Trimapee. These are designers who can use fabric like paint, take liberties with traditional shapes and don’t reign in their imaginations when it comes to

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