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Urban Upbringing

Fashionably late? Let’s just say the Urban Upbringing show was uber-fashionable! Local designer labels Joseph Jang, Kosta J Peters, Geoffrey Haining’s Francz, Para Usted by Luisa Fernanda along with a surprise addition of Miss Lyndel Yeo’s Black Label stomped down the laneway/runway in their Hunter Boots. The graffiti-ed walls provided a fitting backdrop

Sisters are styling it for themselves…

It feels like forever since I’ve explored somewhere new in town of an evening. I’ve been relying too much on the familiar haunts to get my regular cocktail fix. So somewhere new I ventured this past weekend when stylist sisters Bianca and Bridgett kindly invited me along to see a show

New season runway at Cecylia

Cecylia Kee (veterinarian/boutique maven) and Theodore, (star sales assistant/Chihuahua) recently showcased new season pieces from a carefully curated selection of Australian and international labels. Only having opened in April, the Cecylia boutique seems to be attracting a fashionable following already as evidenced by the designers – from labels Dhini, MLY,

Dresscode: MLY at MSFW

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The dresscode for Miss Lyndel Yeo’s 5th Birthday celebrations at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week said “red carpet” but I didn’t want to go too outlandish as the star of the show was the gorgeous Lyndel herself in one of her deliciously berry-hued gowns. So I settled for a streamlined take

Miss Lyndel Yeo’s 5th Birthday Party

Miss Lyndel Yeo let loose an animalistic Melbourne Spring Fashion Week parade last night as she celebrated her label’s 5th birthday with a review of her mainline and MLY Black Label collections for Spring 2010. Her signature unusual shapes (high waists, extended shoulder-lines, cropped tops and dramatic trains) return along with

MLY Black Label Spring 2010

One [singlepic id=17027 w=320 h=240 float=right] of the only things you can rely on in the ever evolving fashion industry is that black is always cool. Winter or summer, day or night, a black garment will always add a bit of chic, a bit of punk and a bit of

Salon Melbourne Day 2

Rae Morris and Brad Ngata show runway worthy beauty looks

Nails were embellished, hair was extended and mystic tans were paraded  at the Salon Melbourne exhibition. An industry event dedicated to the latest in hair and beauty technology excited audiences and featured a very extensive event program inclusive of beauty workshops and independent designer catwalks. The anticipated celebrity workshop with

Sales Galore!

There are so many delicious bargains to be had at the moment and they will continue well into 2010. I thought I’d share a select few that I think are really worth a look. Just remember that if a piece is not well made or you don’t feel fabulous in it, it

The Naked Truth

The [singlepic id=8698 w=320 h=240 float=right] 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

High Fashion, High Tea MSFW 2008

[singlepic=541,320,240,,right] The charming team over at Fashionising contributed to the Melbourne Spring Fashion week official schedule with their event entitled High Fashion, High Tea. It ended up being the most relaxing event of the week and I was eternally thankful for that considering what a stressful week it had turned