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Fashion Editorial: She wore flowers…

“She wore flowers in her hair, and all the town would stare, and all the young girls followed picking up the petals strewn everywhere, and when the flowers died they saw through the disguise” – N. Talbot Designer – Nikolina Concepts Stylist – Tessa O’Connor Make Up Artist – Jaynelle Lording Models

Chambord Shine Awards 2010 Melbourne

On tuesday evening, the Longroom was flooded with fashionable faces as the Melbourne leg of the Chambord Shine Awards‘ tour of the east coast took to the runway. The equestrian-inspired Jolet and Anna Campbell were the chosen ones according to judges (fashion journalist Emily Power, iSpyStyle‘s Kate Vandermeer, designer Joe

Short & Sweet News Wrap #30

The maddening hoards usually put me off shopping for clothing. Ruby Patootie is now guaranteeing a peaceful experience by offering personal shopping after hours. All you have to do is book in for the VIP treatment and you can shop in peace with drink in hand. There is no obligation to purchase

Insert Name Here Pops-Up TODAY!

For  a very limited time only <Insert Name Here> comes to the magnificent Georges On Collins building (Shop 5, 162 Collins Street, Melbourne). Opening today and running for just one month until Thursday the 12th of November the pop-up shop will cater to your every Spring Racing Carnival and party

The Spirit of the Black Dress

The Spirit of the Black Dress invited fashion and textile designers to create their version of the iconic black dress for their official Melbourne Spring Fashion Week gala and photographic exhibition. The ten best entries were chosen (by industry experts like designer Joe Saba, trend forecaster and creative strategist Robert

Metamorphosis Student Showcase at LMFF

Runways that celebrate the next crop of emerging designers are usually interesting. We always hope to the contrary, however, due to the commercial realities of the fashion industry, final year projects may be among the last collections that these young creatives have full control over and can be somewhat free