Sharon Green reports from the runway at London Fashion Week on Antipodium’s most recent collection - drawing from a world of chaos and the natural habitat of the outsider, the 'Vermin' collection is a sharp mix of class and culture.
A group of traders from Camberwell in Melbourne’s east have embarked on a nifty social media campaign paired with good old fashioned community engagement to bring consumers back to local shops. Sharon Green reports.
Sharon Green chats to Sally Brigg - the Aussie mum and business owner of G Discreet - and discovers an incredible personal story of triumph and courage.
Sharon Green reviews Mia Freedman's latest book, Mia Culpa. Whilst it's a light collection of stories, peppered with charm and humour, it revisits Freedman's old columns far too frequently, and as such offers nothing fresh, but everything recycled.
Sharon Green reviews Runway 5 at the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, featuring Collette Dinnigan, Willow, Dion Lee, Scanlan and Theodore, Toni Maticevski and more. Get the runway rundown.
Sharon Green reviews Runway 3 at the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, featuring Carl Kapp, Arthur Galan, Bianca Spender, Life With Bird, Lisa Ho and more. Get the runway rundown.
The Spirit of the Black Dress combines a group of independent graduates from different backgrounds with the opportunity to create a unique collection of garments based around the concept of the popular black dress. Sharon Green reports.
A new direction and focus is in store for Desktop magazine, writes Sharon Green. And the change is evident in its physical form, as well in its rebranding and design.
Have you ever wondered why we behave the way we do and why we don't do many of the things we want to do? Did you know that our success is determined by our thoughts and the way we feel? Sharon green reports on attraction and vibration.
"These four extraordinary people we celebrate have been nominated by their fellow Australians - perhaps the greatest accolade there is...they represent all that is great about the Australian character." Sharon Green reports.
Annabel Crabb presented an A.N. Smith Lecture recently, titled 'The End of Journalism As We Know It'. In this astute article, Sharon Green summarises the lecture and asks some questions that matter about the media. Read more