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Melbourne Spaces: Nomad

So I briefly mentioned it in my list of places to find inspirational fashion design/shopping in Melbourne but it’s time to settle down with Nomad to take a closer look. A fusion of Ricardo Amare and his artist partner Yenny Huber’s Mexican and Austrian roots; Nomad is a happy clash

Melbourne Spaces: Inspirational Fashion Design

I was recently invited to share the fashion design destinations that inspire me for a soon-to-be-released e-book. The catch; I only have 3 hours in which to share all the wonderful places in Melbourne I always find myself wandering into! In celebration of the release of Hyundai‘s new design-focused Accent, I

DressCode: MSFW Wednesday

Arrived home late last night to do the whole obligatory outfit post photography thing after Melbourne’s Most Fashionable Lunch (mildly embarrassing but flattering to be invited to something thus titled) and Designer Series 2 – Boutique. Got the shot but at the end when I was pulling off my shoes Mr. snapped a candid.

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

RAFW: Accessories in focus

Melbourne designers are appearing on the Australian fashion week runways with more frequency than ever before. Though some are unsung heroes; as the accessories labels that adorn mainline collections with the shoes, bags and jewellery that add the final flourish to the show. I’m already mad about Arnsdorf‘s envelope clutches and delicate

Owl of Eden Launch

Owl of Eden jewellery designer Louisa Smeeton welcomed us into her black-chain draped boutique last night to view her latest wares. The label, which is already a couple of years old, opened their first concept store this year (the label has also been spotted at boutiques like Tilkah). I’ve been