While it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of fashion week and the lure of shopping and new clothes, writes Brittany Stewart, it’s important to remember the bigger picture of fashion – where your clothes are coming from.
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.
Honour this centennial year since the outbreak of World War One with the 'War Popular Penguins', a collection of acclaimed military written histories from various authors.
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.
Kimochis are designed to help children learn how to effectively manage and communicate their feelings and two of the Mini Kimochis are particularly suited to travel. Parents, meet your new best friend.
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.
Chelsea Clugston has to admit, when she's planning a night on the town, she doesn't usually think: 'Man, I’d love to see a subtitled French film tonight.' So what happened when she chose the cinema over the club?
Everyone's favourite orange liquor has a dark side. Enter Cointreau Noir. Developed by master distiller Bernadette Langlais, it combines the tangy playfulness of Cointreau with a sly wink of Rémy Martin Cognac, writes Margot McGovern.
Two Melbourne writers - Kate Iselin and Thomas Blatchford - are taking on the Australian Government in an attempt to break myths and challenge perceptions around asylum seekers.
Free is Better appeals to a new generation of consumers; their call to action will change the way we consume bottled water and ultimately encourage a new way of thinking.
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.