'High Fashion High Tea', presented by Fashionista's Australia, was a gathering of Melbourne’s fashion insiders and lovers alike. Hosted at the stylish Park Hyatt, guests were offered a rare opportunity to chat with local designers, as well as a snag a first look at some of their latest collections, writes Brittany Stewart.
The VIP launch of Wardrobe Weekender was an evening filled with chatter, bargains, buttons, bubbly and of course fashion, writes Brittany Stewart. It's not too late to get involved this weekend and snap up some new (and sustainable) additions for your wardrobe...
The Spirit of the Black Dress, an independent and non-for-profit fashion concept that promotes the work of sustainable Australian fashion design, has returned to Melbourne this month, now as an official event on the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival program.
A number of fantastic events are packed into the Cultural Program at LMFF, writes Brittany Stewart. Wardrobe Weekender - a swap shop, vintage dress hire, local pop-up boutique and bar all rolled into one - looks to be one of the best.
Cheryl Lin from Business Chic is launching a book that's been a labour of love; 'The Little Black Dress Project' will be a fantastic resource for busy women, and those who want to spend less time buying dresses and more time working with what they already own, writes Sarah Kempson.
Over a five week period, which coincides with L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Week, the Colour Box Studio Fashion Program will be showcasing Melbourne’s Fashion Creatives and focusing on the SELF (Sustainable Ethical Local Fashion) theme.
Over 47 designers will be participating in this year’s L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, with a welcome return from Sass & Bide, Easton Pearson and Willow, together with many more newcomers. Sarah Kempson was at the launch.