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Independent Runway

The  Independent Runway heralds the end of the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival for another year.  However, do not despair, as it also gives us the opportunity to enjoy the fruits of some of Australia’s most talented newcomers, up close and personal. Alister Trung kicked things off with a dark collection,

Ice Wonderland at Designers House

The spaciousness of Designers House was transformed into a winding runway last Friday night at their Ice Wonderland parade. El Amuleto presented sexy figure hugging dresses in shades of rust complementing sleek black.  Cut outs offered a cheeky take on flowing styles, while leather mixed with rich beading and sequin

Target Rocks Red Market

Federation  Square was abuzz with colour, music and style lovers a plenty on Saturday, as Target hosted their annual Red Market as part of the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival. The sun heralded the crowds as they indulged in style sessions, free popcorn and fairy floss along with quirky attractions such

LMFF Runway 4

Eight  amazing designers offered their finest, solid collections for the celebration of InStyle 10th Anniversary that evening. In the humid weather, participants were decked out in their best outfits to watch this new fashion revolution come alive. Mimco opened the show with its treasured jewellery and bags wrapped and draped

LMFF Runway Two

Bold  and daring was the theme on Tuesday night as LMFF Runway 2 took to the catwalk at Central Pier. Romance Was Born kicked off proceedings in a manner that only they can.  Model Samantha Harris strutted her stuff in a incredibly detailed red knit dress, signalling RwB’s them of

LMFF Runway Three

The  L’Oreal Paris Runway 3 took the audience on a tour through decades of fashion glamour and style with due respect paid to the 20s, 50s and, of course, the 80s. The designs stuck to the trend set by Runway 1 which shows the Melbourne fashion scene won’t be giving

LMFF Runway One

Runway  One kicked off the official runway schedule of this years L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival on Monday night at the Docklands’ grandscale Peninsula. Designers wowing the crowds on the night included Collette Dinnigan, Sass and Bide, Life with Bird, Alice McCall, Camilla and Marc, Fleur Wood and Toni Maticevski. Check

LMFF Designer Award Finals 2010

We  skipped over to the Sofitel on Collins last week to take a behind the scenes look at the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival Designer Award 2010 finals. To re-cap the finalists for the coveted award are Lui Hon, Dion Lee, Gail Sorronda, Dhini Couture, Gary Bigeni, Konstantina Mittas and Therese

LMFF Official Program Launch

So  it begins (again). The L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival officially launched its 2010 program yesterday morning in sunny Federation Square. In a further democratisation of fashion the event was open to the public for the first time ever – though a lot of designer faces were spotted among the crowds. As Festival

LMFF Model Castings

Melbourne’s  beauties converged on the Malvern Town Hall yesterday as the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival model castings began for 2010. The casting was open and hundreds of Amazonian creatures lined up for their chance to walk in the official Runways or the Fashion Collections. Some familiar faces handed over weighty portfolios emblazoned