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Short & Sweet News Wrap #28

Melbourne designers and other creatives have come together for the Good Friday Appeal. You can bid on these customised Marquise baby singlets by Arthur Galan, Mimco, Bloom, Kat Macleod, Yeojin Bae and Arabella Ramsay. Thread Den has opened its second store for those who take a personal approach to stocking their

Memoirs presents OMG She’s Fashion Roadkill

“Omg.  She’s Fashion Road Kill” presented by Memoirs boutique was certainly an aptly named fashion show. The event was energetic, chaotic, a little frenzied but very colourful, with a charming theme of irreverence heralding spring fashion, balmy summer nights and hot right now styles. The show, held at intervals throughout

OMG. She’s Fashion Roadkill!

North Melbourne new, vintage and pre-loved fashion boutique, Memoirs, will present a showcase of local labels this Saturday the 24th October at their event titled “Oh My God. She’s Fashion Roadkill” (to borrow a phrase from Sex and the City’s Stanford Blatch). Make sure to have a makeover by the

Killer Queen presented by Thread Den

Prologue; An empty stage, a piano trio warming up, a restive audience flipping through Frankie magazine. On stage a lone powder blue tutu, a pair of red high heels. Act 1 The lights go down and two dancers emerge, twirling around in their underwear: he in simple black briefs; she

Once Upon a Time part deux

Once Upon a Time…we were treated to a second fashion parade at Jason Grech‘s style office last week. This time the label’s main line was showcased; a range of, mostly mini, dresses destined for wear to your the big party, dressed up with a  hat to take us trackside for

‘Killer Queen’ presented by Thread Den

The retail boutique/sewing lounge hybrid that is Thread Den presents their offering for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. ‘Killer Queen’ is a melodramatic, teasing take on high society featuring both couture and ready to wear pieces by emerging designers. There will be opera, live string music and performers from the Melbourne