Nike Australia is excited to announce the launch of the Nike x Off-White “Football, Mon Amour” collection, which will be available in Australia via the Supply store, on 15 June. Click through for more details.Read More
Celebrating 25 years in the fashion industry, AKIRA ISOGAWA defied expectations this year at Australian Fashion Week by showing a collection that was fresh and energetic.
The designer took us back to the 80’s with beautifully crafted vintage prints for men and women in a mix of layered romantic styles, in a glam-grunge look that was completed with models stomping down the runway in Dr Martens. Click through for our full review.
Featured photo captured by Karina Illovska.
Emerging Australian fashion label LEO & LIN created a multi-sensory experience at their solo debut runway at Australian Fashion Week this year with the addition of a bespoke aroma wafting throughout the iconic Carriageworks catwalk as soon as you walked into the venue. Add in Andy Williams’ classic ‘Moon River’ with fairytale gowns and colours, and what do you have? Click through to find out.
All photography captured by Khiera Nicole.
Combining experimentation with feminine designs, STILL STILL STUDIO created a Resort 2019 collection for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia this year that was both artistic and practical.
There was a very present influence of previous eras in their designs, blending in the roaring ’20s, and the swinging ’60s with late Victorian styles and a dash of the ’80s. How does that work? Click through to find out.
All photos captured by Khiera Nicole.
Melbourne label I.AM.GIA shot to International stardom in a matter of months and this year made their debut at Australian Fashion Week with a bold and daring Resort 2019 collection. Click through for our thoughts on the explicit designs.
All photos captured by Karina Illovska.
Designer Roopa Pemmaraju returned to Australian Fashion Week this year with a stunning collection. With a clear Indian influence, ROOPA’s Resort 2019 collection, ‘Padma,’ showed off an original, detailed and hand-sewn aesthetic through their designs crafted with only the finest fabrics. Click through for our thoughts.
Featured photo by Karina Illovska.
This year, the Raffles College of Design and Commerce showcased seven of their students’ best design work in the Raffles International Showcase at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia. Click through for a look at some of our favourite looks from each emerging designer; you won’t believe these outfits are the work of students!
All photos captured by Trong Nguyen.
Celebrating its 35th birthday, Nike has released an updated version of the Air Zoom Pegasus in an elemental rose colour and specifically catering to sizes for women, with the women’s silhouette featuring a slightly softer Cushlon foam specifically tuned for the female foot. Click through for more details.Read More
As the name suggests, the ST GEORGE NEXTGEN Showcase is all about the next generation in fashion, and if this year is anything to go by, the future of fashion is in very safe hands.
Featuring Alissar. H, Chris Ran Lin, Of RO and Gina Snodgrass, the showcase was a blend of primary colours, tailored suiting and androgynous glory. Read on for more.
Featured photo by Khiera Nicole.
Design duo Kathryn Forth and Julia Ritorto have gone from strength to strength after launching their label ACLER in 2015 and this week, made their return to Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia with their Resort 2019 collection. It’s new and beautiful but also trademark ACLER. Click through for our thoughts.
Featured photo captured by Trong Nguyen.