With their Portable TV tour kicking off down the east coast this week, we spoke to one half of the duo behind LOOKBOOK.nu, Yuri Lee, about the future of fashion.
LOOKBOOK.nu is the kind of site you wouldn’t want to explain to your mother (mine is still stuck on the concept [...]Continue Reading →
With a collective love of found objects, Archer and Archer and Molten Store have long existed in the digital world as the go-to URLs for homewares and accessories, respectively. So, in a rather genius move, the Brisbane based start-ups have decided to join forces to create a powerful punch in the real world. A bricks [...]Continue Reading →
Less a group show and more an illustration of community, Brunswick’s sustainable designers are joining forces to show at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week.
If fun comes with numbers, then Collection 3056 is set to be a merry evening indeed. No, it’s not a crowd of 3056, but a group of eight designers, banding [...]Continue Reading →
Champagne and shopping can go one of two ways. The squinty eyed Tilda Swinton wearing silk route, or the hot mess Helene Bonham Carter path where different coloured shoes seem like a good idea at the time. Challenge accepted? Good because both sound like a hoot to me and this Friday, Cloudland are hosting Shop [...]Continue Reading →
Occupy Christmas is less about protest signs and dreadlocks and more about buying your gifts from local businesses. Local boutiques often get forgotten at this time of year, so before you flee for the air-conditioned comforts of shopping malls, here’s a run down of just some of the stores that make our city great.
At [...]Continue Reading →
Until recently ‘Australiana’ was quite a daggy noun. A word that induced visions of gum-nut baby earrings, visiting grandparents in Bundaberg, stinking hot dirt roads, Bob Katter and being made to wear Akubras at school camp. Recently though there’s been a shift. An Australiana awakening. Suddenly old Blinky Bill books became retro, akubra [...]Continue Reading →
Cancel your weekend plans. No Vacancy gallery has it sorted. The Three and Three Quarters exhibition will be on show until Sunday and the inspiring collection of works is well worth [...]Continue Reading →
L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival favourite Penthouse Mouse will be setting up shop again this year to showcase the city’s most promising designer labels.
Last year over 1000 people walked through Penthouse Mouse’s gallery space to view bicycles parked on the ceiling, precious accessories encased in glass boxes and garments dangling on ropes and [...]Continue Reading →
Bringing fashion designers and filmmakers together, No Home seeks to showcase the burgeoning fashion-film genre to the public at L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival
The love affair between film and fashion shows no sign of waning with an increasing number of young and old labels capturing their collections via the narrative guise of film. Continuing [...]Continue Reading →
To bare witness to the La Boite and Sydney Theatre Company’s much anticipated co-production of Edward Gant’s Amazing Feats of Loneliness is to venture into a whimsical world where quirky tales are made to be believed. An intriguing world where fantasy, reality and sequinned capes keep you captivated for hours.
The tales shared and depicted by the [...]Continue Reading →