Everything we learned at the Raw Assembly sustainable fabric fair in Melbourne. Sequins are a problem. Marion Hume, a former Vogue Australia editor and passionate swimmer, told me recently that she keeps finding lost ones in her local London pool....
With the ranking of the fashion industry’s dominating brands constantly in flux, you’ll be pleased to know that the fight for the title of the one brand that out-popularises all others has come to a close. Global fashion search platform,...
Meet the finalists of the historic prize. A-Cold-Wall, Blindness, Bode and Richard Malone are among the 10 finalists shortlisted for the International Woolmark Prize 2020, one of the world’s most prestigious emerging talent programmes. Selected from more than 300 entries,...
This is a case for the fashion police. If there’s one Lady Gaga-worn gown that has remained in our red carpet-attuned consciousness since she wore it, it would be—aside from her meat-adorned ensemble, that’s a given—the periwinkle blue silk faille...
Image credit: Instagram.com/kyliejenner As Halloween celebrations ramp up for yet another year, it’s custom for celebrities to come out in their dozens dressed in their spooky season best. And while it’s these famous figures that have long been known for...
And just like that, Halloween 2019 has finally rolled around. Indulging in all that the spooky season has to offer, celebrities descended in full garb (see Lisa Rinna as Jennifer Lopez; Jessica Biel as husband Justin Timberlake circa...
Image Courtesy of @annarosakrau In her Vogue “73 Questions” interview, Tracee Ellis Ross is asked who her style icon is. “Me in seventeen years,” she replies. “I’m very hopeful.” Brilliant. Right on. What is personal style if not an ever-evolving display...
The word on repeat during the autumn/winter ’19/’20 month-long extravaganza of shows was bourgeois, which when translated means middle-class, and all kinds of capitalism. Funny that. As we find ourselves in an increasingly right-wing extremism political climate, designers are...
These designers are democratising what it means to get dressed to the hilt. Their ethos is simple: elegance should be for all, so flout gender norms and let the pendulum swing where it may. Consider the cliche that money can't...
Return yourselves to 1906: the year French luxury jewellery maison Van Cleef & Arpels was first established, and the scene from which its newly unveiled Sydney boutique, replete with its addition of Salon 1906, took inspiration for...
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