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Julia Deville’s Disce Mori Jewellery

It’s a matter of popular opinion that fur in fashion, is most definitely not in. But what about the use of taxidermy in fashion? Most people would be shocked if not repulsed by the idea of wearing a preserved dead animal as an accessory to an outfit, especially if it

New ‘Till Death’ jewels by Julie Deville at e.g.etal

“Till Death” is the newest collection of diamond, sapphire and emerald strewn jewellery by artist Julia Deville. Of the antique rose cut diamonds featured in the collection, Julia explains the stones were “extracted from pieces sourced in the markets of Paris and New York”. Skulls are a prominent motif in the

Fashion Editorial | Château L’Amour

Camisole from My Lingerie Addiction, Love & Lustre knickers, Wunderplant flowers

I don’t tend to explore wedding fashion terribly much on StyleMelbourne. But this bridal project I styled recently is all froth and lingerie and jewels; how could I resist sharing? Shooting this series in a beautiful historic house out in the Yarra Valley was a treat. Photographer – 35mm Fashion

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week MSFW 2012

In 2012, Melbourne Spring Fashion Week celebrates its 18th birthday. And they’ve invited, not the traditional one, but four “faces” to the party. The model quartet is made up of international catwalker Annaleise Smith, MSFW’s first ever male face Jake Sofo, the fresh faced Ebony Edwards and a flame-haired Emily

5 Melbourne Jewellery Labels to wear this instant

If  “the clothing maketh the man”, then surely I can argue that jewels maketh the woman? After all there’s none more womanly than Elizabeth Taylor and the lady had quite the penchant for the odd sparkler (all £74 million worth of them). Alas, my relatively meagre collection is not quite

Silver+Black exhibition

The  Silver+Black exhibition takes a look at the Japanese concept of ‘wabi-sabi’ ie. appreciating the beauty in imperfection.  A combination of fashion retail, art exhibit and Asahi, the event also incorporates the Karakuchi project where international artists are invited to submit pieces inspired by the characters on the label of Asahi’s ‘Super