Never did Brittany Stewart think it was possible to make disheveled clothes look sleek, chic and elegant. That is, until Michael Lo Sordo’s SS14/15 show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
Botanical metamorphoses were the theme for Toni Maticevski’s RTW 2014 collection, mixing elements of femininity and delicacy with the artificial, in an exploration into the manipulation of natural beauty.
It was the emergence of the pop-punk power queen at Aurelio Costarella, with plenty of strong silhouettes and embellishment including beading, feathers and leather. Brittany Stewart reports from MBFWA.
The spotlight is on Sydney and NSW this week, as Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia showcases the city and its sights and talents to an international audience.
And the wait is finally over. After months of speculation, excitement, countdowns and Miranda Kerr adverts, H&M’s first Australian store finally threw open its heritage-listed GPO doors for VIP guests on Thursday night, ahead of its official launch on Saturday.
Leopard print led the pack on the Elle Runway 4, appearing in all sorts of guises from dark metallic red at Camilla and Marc, oversized blue at Life with Bird, and accentuated by orange spots at YB J’aime.
The potted plants dotted along the runway set the scene for the natural, earthy and playful clothes from Alpha 60, Bul, Gorman, Jolet, Kuwaii, Leonard St and Livia Arena presented by Frankie Magazine at VAMFF, writes Fashion Editor Brittany Stewart.
The diverse faces of fashion presented themselves in style at Runway 2, presented by InStyle featuring Aurelio Costarella, Eastern Pearson, Hardwick, Kate Sylvester, Megan Park, Thurley, Rachel Gilbert and Trelise Cooper. Brittany Stewart reports.
While the clothes may have been predominately black, white and grey there was nothing bleak about the forecasting fashion showcased at The Miss Vogue runway, writes Brittany Stewart.
The 2014 Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival started with a bang on Monday, with the David Jones Opening Runway showcasing collections from the likes of Alice McCall, Bec and Bridge, Camilla, Dion Lee, Jack + Jack and more. Brittany Stewart reports.
Chapel Street is certainly not lacking in places for a night out, but newly opened bar Zhou Zhou is the drinking den we didn’t even know we needed, writes Brittany Stewart.