The Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival is a celebration of fashion, arts, ideas and creative endeavour. Melbourne is abuzz as bloggers, influencers, photographers, celebrities and retailers come to watch Australia’s best established and emerging designers at world class runway shows, stunning productions and other events.
Often just as interesting as the shows though, are the inventive and inspiring looks assembled by those attending. Here are 16 of the best street-style looks from VAMFF 2019!
In a press release by the UN Climate Change framework on 10 December, a fashion industry led charter was created and signed onto by over 40 contributors, to encourage the fashion industry to improve its sustainability and decrease its environmental impact from within. It’s named: The Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action.
We don’t know about you, but we always feel marginally better binge-watching Netflix if it’s a string of docos, or a series based on real life events.
Whether you need inspiration from living legends or aspiring talents, or want to open your eyes to a couple of harsh realities, we’ve got something fashun-funky for your lazy Sunday.
Derby Day is one of our favourite days on the Australian fashion calendar. Tradition prescribes that all attire is black and white, including accessories. Whilst this means racegoers can’t use colour to make themselves stand out, high attention is put on classic styles, beautiful tailoring and wonderful details in dress design, to make the most beautiful monochrome outfits. Without further ado, here are 38 of the best outfits from Derby Day 2018!
In a time where personal style easily translates to creating a personal brand, why not start blogging and share your passion with the world?
“Nnnnnggg”, we hear you stressing, “Where exactly do I start?”
Glad you asked – here are five hot tips from ladies currently killing the game.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is Australia’s greatest celebration of fashion. Sydney transforms into Australia’s style capital – and bloggers, influencers, photographers, celebrities and retailers flock to watch as our country’s top fashion talent, as well as the up-and-comers, send their new collections down the runway.
Often though, we find ourselves just as interested and inspired by the chic and creative looks pulled together by those attending the events. Nothing is off limits in this one week of the year, so we get to see some looks which send off the love heart eyes, and others we are very confused by! This year though, we definitely saw more hit than miss, as demonstrated by the wonderful snaps below.
Have you ever felt guilty glancing into your wardrobe and seeing how many pieces you literally never wear? Well don’t blame yourself, it may not be your fault!
For years the fashion industry has been caught up in a high speed churn and burn cycle, that we’ve all been trying to keep up with. Fashion makes us feel good about ourselves, and chasing the newest, hottest trend can be frighteningly addictive. With the recent proliferation of retail giants like H & M, Zara and Uniqlo in Australia, it has become easier and easier to overconsume.
But a new consciousness about the detrimental effects of irresponsible fashion consumption has emerged, and designers and consumers are taking a stand, and saying no to big business. A movement towards ethical design means that there are more opportunities than ever to say no to fast fashion. If this is all news to you, read our page The Perils of Fast Fashion.
If you’re not sure where to begin, we have put together seven easy ways to start using fashion responsibly, which are a cinch to fit into your lifestyle.
Love them or hate them, we all know the lush looks that the Kardashian/Jenner clan are famous for, and it seems recently that they have just gone from fashion strength to strength. From Kim’s high fashion slash street style to Khloe’s on-point activewear looks, there’s no doubt they are the hottest property in the celebrity world today. Steal their style with these gorgeous Aussie brands they are huge fans of. Hey, if it’s good enough for a Kardashian, it’s good enough for us!
Hands up if your fave fashion era was the 80’s? We see you over there in your scrunchie and acid wash jeans! A time of excess, ultra-consumption and disposable income, the 80’s were a truly unique period in couture history. Characterised by loud colours and even louder hairstyles, welcome back to part 2 of the greatest (and lamest!) looks of that guitar-riffing, hair-teasing, break-dancing era that was, the 80’s!
Sustainability has become a huge talking point in fashion in the past few years, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed trying to work out where to start doing your bit for the planet and the people on it. Aussies are a environmentally smart and socially conscious bunch, so naturally there are some amazing designers that are not only killing it with their collections, but also in their approach to protecting our earth and vulnerable people within the fashion industry. Check out the ultra-chic threads created by these ethical brands, and start feeling good about your fashion choices.