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Leonard St A/W 2010

We love watching designers grow and evolve. One particular Melbourne based designer that we have kept our eyes on over the past few years is Leonard St, by designer Amanda McCarthy. Amanda’s current range is possibly her loveliest to date. Draping fabrics in rich jewel tones and eye catching prints make

Fame Agenda & Leonard St

Fame Agenda hosted a fabulous collection launch Friday evening with fashion forward label Leonard St. Just doors down from their Level 2, bustling Melbourne Central store, a walkway transformed into a runway with stage and a talented acapella guitarist keeping us entertained as we took our seats. Kicking of the

Leonard Street A/W 09 review

Inspirations from past decades with an exclusivity and modern twist. An extensive collection of warm, stylish staples which Leonard St manages to make distinct. An array of coats and jackets in almost every style and forget black and grey, prepare for red and cream leather, teal and fuchsia. A teal

Runway 3 | Melbourne Fashion Festival | 2014

Oh deer! Leonard St’s fawn motif as seen at Runway 3 of the Virgin Australian Melbourne Fashion Festival is awfully cute. It seems to be the show for adorable features; who else but Gorman could make me crave my five daily veg (to wear as a print at least)? And

The best of LMFF 2013

With just over a month to go until the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival returns, I’ve realised this will be my 10th year covering and sharing the festival with you (the past five years from this blog). My how a decade flies when you are having fun! To think nobody really

Short & Sweet Style Wrap #35

Time to get your Xmas lists sorted. The Melbourne Design Market returns on Sunday 5th December from 10am to 5pm at Federation Square’s undercover carpark. Leonard St. has officially opened their new online boutique. Get shopping now by clicking here. I’ll have this Sail Top in silk please. For 10

Caulfield Classic Style Award finalists revealed

Whether it is the thrill of the flutter, the champagne before midday or the fashion that draws you to the racecourse, Caulfield’s Spring Racing Carnival has officially commenced! Fashion being my priority, I frocked up for Underwood Stakes Day to witness the entries for the Classic Style Award and the

Short & Sweet Style Wrap #18

Fashion Hall of Fame inductee, race and formal-wear designer Lisa Barron, has just opened her third store. It will be her first store in the city located at 234 Collins Street. American label John Varvatos will be exclusively stocked at Harrolds (in Melbourne, at 101 Collins street) from this Spring

LMFF; Stitches & Craft Show

The Stitches & Craft Show became part of the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival cultural program this year with a sense of rejuvination. The exhibition is bigger and brighter and as the global financial crisis carries on, many are returning to our grandmothers’ handywork; sewing, knitting and dressmaking. The show promotes

Short & Sweet Style Snap #4

The glass link bridge at Melbourne Central has been transformed into a designer space until March 27th which showcases designs from Leonard Street, Side Show Design, Chitra’s Closet, Queen and Preap & Coutts. Some of our photographs will be featured in the next Melbourne Living magazine in April. Keep an