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MSFW: High Tea is always In Style

Do join me for a spot of high tea at the Grand Hyatt won’t you? Scones with jam and cream and new Spring fashion collections by Arthur Galan AG, Jasongrech, Leona Edmiston, Lisa Ho, Manning Cartell and T.L.Wood topped of with hats by Paris Kyne and Louise Macdonald. Kindly pass

MSFW: Designer Series 4 ‘Senso Uniquo’

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2011’s finale Designer Series show featured the idiosyncratic labels Above, Alistair Trung, Alpha60, Arnsdorf, Carly Hunter, From Britten, Kuwaii, Limedrop, S!X, and Trimapee. These are designers who can use fabric like paint, take liberties with traditional shapes and don’t reign in their imaginations when it comes to

MSFW: Young Republic

The Young Republic parade at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week brought the online marketplace for independent Australian designers to life. Local menswear, womenswear and accessories  labels such as El Amuleto, Banjara Jewellery, Coelho, Angie L Designs, Inspektor, Accompany by Imagery, Pine Lime, Denise SL Spalk and Monolog hit the catwalk below. Photography – Shamim de Varax

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

MSFW: Mimco

Mimco hosted a double celebration at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week last night. The first was a showcase of the accessories label’s latest collection entitled ‘Wilderness Manifesto’. The second a slightly belated 15th Birthday party. There was cake, but don’t let us get distracted from sparkly things; here are a few personal

MSFW: Obus ‘Destino Mexico!’

Time to get your Frida Kahlo on. Obus’ latest collection is inspired by Mariachi bands, sombreros, pinatas and a lime, tequila and salt-soused summer. Naturally I am totally on board with all of this.  We go Mexicana-style spying at their Melbourne Spring Fashion Week launch fiesta. Olé darlinks… Photography –

MSFW: Lilyhart Summer 2011

Lilyhart launched their Summer 2011 collection and collaboration with illustrator Ella Kirk at the quasi-mysterious Ponyfish Island for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. I spy cool girls, a fun zebra print and some very fab shoes. The beauty look appears to be channelling my own eyes from Thursday and my nails from last night. Spooky.

MSFW: Designer Series 2 ‘Boutique’

If you’re anything like me, you’ve been faithfully wearing your Melbourne black all through the colder months and are now expecting some inspiring bold colours and patterns for Spring/Summer. The second in the Designer Series shows at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week delivered just this. Obus Obüs and Gorman had bright,

MSFW: Saba

Saba continues with its refreshed look for Summer. Incorporating this season’s block brights in turquoise, hot pink and blood orange along with some key prints – take your pick from stripes, tribal, flora or fauna – the range has a firm eye on a casual chic vibe. A few of

MSFW: Designer Series 1 ‘Gala’

We would expect nothing less than glamour and perhaps a hint of refined quirk from the collection of designers in Melbourne Spring Fashion Week’s Designer Series 1 ‘Gala’. The opening was exquisite and unexpected – feathered headwear designs by Richard Nylon accompanied by Toni Maticevski garments on dancers and Neo