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MSFW: Designer Series 2

Yeojin Bae has been tailed by a Korean film crew all day at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. They are filming her for an upcoming documentary. While she yearns to “change into her undies and get cosy on the couch” it doesn’t show. The designer bubbles excitedly about her many projects;

MSFW: City Square Runway 2 Wittner

Foot fetishists and Imelda Marcos wannabes rejoice. Wittner presented a catwalk show at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week devoted solely (ha!) to the mighty shoe. Celebrating their 100th anniversary this year, models literally put on their dancing shoes. Wittner have also commissioned a “centenary collection” of strappy stilettos featuring in this show and an

MSFW: City Square Runway 3 Review

Review has fully embraced one of Spring’s major trends – pastels – and reinforced the theme’s sweet as pie image with a sprinkling of pleats, bows and lace overlays. This season, I feel as if Review has found a happy medium in the space between fellow feminine labels Forever New

MSFW: Designer Series 1

I observed crowd-favourite Gwendolynne Burkin sitting across from me in the front row at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week‘s Designer Series 1 last night. As she bit her lip and leant over to whisper to seatmate and oft-time collaborator milliner Richard Nylon during her label’s showing, I had to wonder; what goes through

MSFW: David Jones Racewear

Department store David Jones kicked off Melbourne Spring Fashion Week’s City Square series this afternoon in an ode to racewear. Emma Freedman and Jesinta Campbell presented a show in which shades of neon orange was calmed with cool blues upon the backs of model Samantha Harris and the faces of

MSFW 2012 Opening Party

Why have we not thrown the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week opening party at the Melbourne Town Hall before? Dressed in swathes of chiffon and punctuated with near-neon flowers, the space felt intimate but no less grand. An operatic trio, a pipe-organ performance and acrobatics enforced the luxurious atmosphere at the opening soiree.

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

MSFW: Made in Melbourne 2011

Made in Melbourne at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week drew together designers from a range of diverse genres. From the playful prettiness of Mina and Katusha, to the unbridled colour of Silk & Ink to the avant garde darkness of Prussia, the event was just a sampling of what independent local labels have

MSFW: Student Series Part 2

RMIT’s Student Series Runways at MSFW never fail to impress. With a collection of aspiring designers under the one roof, you can’t help but leave in awe of such fresh talent, and creative merit. Here is part two of the MSFW Student Series show featuring the designs of Anthony Tandiyono,

MSFW: Student Series Part 1

30 RMIT students who are three and three-quarters of the way through their degrees have the opportunity to showcase their collections on the runway at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. Here is part one of the MSFW Student Series show featuring the designs of Amelia Agosta, Elyse Barker, Laura Hui Shan Li, Helen Pappas, Remie Cibis,