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DressCode: Caped Crusader

Such a beautiful evening last night at the first Designer Series runway show for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2012. I think the weather may be against us at the Melbourne Town Hall tonight though! What I wore; White Suede cape jacket, my little ode to Gwyneth Paltrow’s Tom Ford number

LMFF: Autumn Winter 2012 Wishlist

Now that the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival has wrapped – bar the wonderful cultural program – I find it valuable to look back over the week (or rather the nine days) that was for Winter wardrobe inspiration. Below I dish up my personal inspiration from LMFF on future DIY projects,

LMFF: Runway 5

At Runway 5 of the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, Joveeba came over all cowboys and Indians presenting Navajo knits, fringed leather and feathered accessories. Rodeo Show looked to another heritage era with white lace and nanna-esque florals. A combination of the prior two and sticking closer to home was Shona

MSFW – Designer Series 3 ‘Enjoy’

Ristefsky Macheda kicked off the show with a lot of flesh and minimal fabric. The male models were of course showing off the underwear collection, strutting about in briefs, boxer briefs and leggings in bold shades of red, yellow, orange and royal blue. Definitely a move away from boring old

Win tix to MSFW

Sing it with me; “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” For me, Melbourne Spring Fashion Week is better than Xmas. I even get to give out presents now! Thanks to MSFW I have a double pass to give away to EVERY Designer Series show of the week held

LMFF 2011: Runway 7

The atmosphere at L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival Runway 7 was electric. Perhaps it was Saturday night fever combined with the sensational line-up of White Suede, Talulah, Maurie and Eve, Joveeba, Bettina Liano, Wayne Cooper and Alannah Hill that had revellers bouncing in their seats. Whatever the reason, Runway 7 was

Autumn Winter 2011 trends via the Fashion Capital

As a part of the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival 2011, Chadstone staged its own catwalk parades divided into fashion forward trends of the season. Here are a selection of our favourites; Urban Warrior: Chunky embellishments, leather and aggressive statement pieces rule this trend. Platforms are ruling the shoe world today. City

Designer QEE exhibition

Melissa George, Grant Pearce, actress Emma Booth, and designers Lisa Gorman, Peter Alexander and Mimco’s Cathryn Wills joined a dozen oversized designer toys to launch the Qee exhibition as part of LMFF’s cultural program. Australian designers and labels including the aforementioned along with Alannah Hill, Bettina Liano, Fat, Jack London, Leona Edmiston, Little Joe,

LMFF Runway 5

According  to the designers featured on LMFF Runway 5, leather is the look for Autumn Winter 2010. White Suede launched the parade with the popular 1980s feel with lots of leather, strong shoulders, bandage dresses and minis. Lace and leather were paired together on the same garments to create a

We love…Late Spring

Spring for me, is an exciting end of a painfully long hibernation. After three dreary months, I emerge from my burrow; ghostly white, I shed my old scarf-skin, and breathe in the delicate fresh air. Spring is in full bloom so rejuvenate your shabby self and take centre stage by