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MSFW: Saba

Saba continues with its refreshed look for Summer. Incorporating this season’s block brights in turquoise, hot pink and blood orange along with some key prints – take your pick from stripes, tribal, flora or fauna – the range has a firm eye on a casual chic vibe. A few of

Meet the new Saba

Why hello Saba. It’s been a while. My how you’ve changed! Saba has shrugged off its stiff suit to slip into something a little more comfortable. The refreshed Collins Street flagship feels like a place you’d want to spend a little time now, in cosy mini-departments dotted with greenery. The

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

Saba’s Spring Awakening

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Spring is symbolically a time for renewal and reinvigoration. In Melbourne fashion circles especially it is time to (hopefully) cast aside our dark layers and embrace a celebratory mood. Our obsession with the new is catered for as Spring/Summer seasonal pieces can finally be worn. Saba, the label, has also been undergoing something of a

Russh x Saba

Last night I ventured into Saba‘s Collins Street boutique to discover/celebrate their latest project with the brilliant Russh magazine (and to sample Miss Chu’s awesome spicy prawn dumplings). The label is refreshingly forthright about their desire to return to their more youthful roots and have made a start this season

Vogue Summer 2010/11 Trend Workshop

Vogue stylist Emma Wood took to the Fashion Capsule at Chadstone this past weekend to present her take on the title’s chosen fashion trends for the upcoming season; tribal, military, lace, leather, shorts, the trench, sporty and the new clean. Below are some of my favourite parts; I adore this

Fashion Escalation

Spring is in the air, and anticipation for the spring racing carnival can be felt, particularly in the buzzing world of Melbourne fashion. Boutique retail destination Collins234 recently hosted their Fashion Escalation show, a fun parade that incorporated the centre’s escalators as the runway. First to be previewed were two

Fashion Escalation

Indigo for Fashion Escalation at Collins234

Collins234 will turn their escalators into innovative catwalks this Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. A series of free fashion shows are scheduled for Tuesday 31st August at 12.30, 1.30 & 2.30pm as a trio of labels – the classic style of Saba, the youthfully fab Indigo and the red-carpet worthy La

Military

Melbourne Winter 2009 has had a military makeover. Not only in the fashion sense. Have you noticed the array of Russian/WW2 movies? I’ve seen Valkyrie, Defiance and about to settle in for a tear jerker with The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas. In Valkyrie, the jackets worn by soldiers were

Saba Autumn Winter 2009 Collection Review

Taking you from the office to lazy Sundays spent shopping to dinner and a night out on the town, iconic Australian brand Saba, has all your wardrobe essentials. It is a very chic and very contemporary winter 09 Saba season, with both womenswear and menswear bringing new meaning to the