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L’Oreal Paris Runway 5 at LMFF 2013

“You sort of look back and think ‘was it really that long ago?’” reminisced Arthur Galan who celebrated his label’s 15th birthday amid the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival this year. “It’s been an amazing journey,” relays the designer who in 1999 thought, “let’s just open the store and put some

Fashion Fix: Frock Fundraiser

frock fix fundraiser

Want to slip into a little something special from designer labels like Willow, Sass & Bide, Miu Miu, Calvin Klein, Kate Spade, Arabella Ramsay or Jason Grech from as little as $50? Fashion Fix is a pre-loved designer dress sale fundraising for the Alannah and Madeline Foundation (protecting our little

Myer Autumn / Winter showcase 2012

Set against a backdrop of golden strands of wheat at Mural Hall, Myer’s labels – now including Morrison and Autonomy – showcased their Autumn Winter collections. In such a setting you may think the braided, wispy hairstyles of the models is directly inspired by the colloquial ‘roll in the hay’.

Eat me!

Bridget McCall & Nicholas Van Messner of LIFEwithBIRD

Alas a case of the dreaded sniffles kept me away from Eat Street; an event that combines fashion and food for the Australian Childhood Foundation. This year’s theme was deliciously retro as designers and labels like Mimco, Fleur Wood, Megan Park and Willow stepped back in time to the 1950’s

Eat your heart out

jack loder

Fashion is about to become even more delicious. The gluttonous gala event that is Eat Street returns for 2011 with a retro twist. On the evening of Tuesday 21st June, the Sofitel Melbourne on Collins (25 Collins Street, Melbourne) ballroom will be transformed into a 1950’s dream as 40 of our

LMFF Official Program Launch

So  it begins (again). The L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival officially launched its 2010 program yesterday morning in sunny Federation Square. In a further democratisation of fashion the event was open to the public for the first time ever – though a lot of designer faces were spotted among the crowds. As Festival

Eat Street’s ‘Winter Wonderland’

Fusing  food with fashion (two of my equally favourite things), Eat Street has just celebrated 10 years raising money for the Australian Childhood Foundation (which provides counselling to kids affected by neglect, violence or abuse). Their event at the Sofitel on Collins last week saw lots of delish food and fashion