• AAFW Highlights – KITX Resort 21/22

    Loyal to her eco-friendly philosophy, Kitx’s latest resort collection ” Underworld” it’s an environmental with the release of KITX’s ENDANGERED Tees, raising not only awareness but funds for various causes,  such as Bee The Cure and The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital. The collection’s aesthetic boasted an understated appeal, finding inspiration in the ocean itself, reflected in foamy whites, blues, and greens in…

  • AAFW Highlights – Rebecca Vallance Resort 21/22

    Rebecca Vallance’s 10th  Anniversary Runway was one anticipated show, to say the least. Her Holliday collection was an ode to the 80’s glam with a rock-chic edge. Vallance array was fierce and sophisticated – plunging necklines, sequins, and feathers embodied a fierce woman while other garments featuring melon sleeves, bows, and tulle polka dot encapsulated the good girl vibe. We saw the…

  • Designer Profile – Design by Jude

    Old ways with a forward approach – In today’s overcrowded fashion industry, for brands to really stand out it takes a defined concept and appeal to which people can relate to, whether it be an aesthetic, brand ethos or novelty. For some the concept of artisan fashion could sound like a trade from past centuries, before sewing machines existed, or a methodology…

  • Michael Lo Sordo – Resort 2018

    When you receive an invite to one of the most coveted shows, with one of most celebrated Aussie designers – well, you can’t wait to share the news…. Michael Lo Sordo’s runway was indeed a memorable highlight throughout MBFWA. It was the first time I’d witnessed his work on a runway and it was easy to see why he is a highly regarded talent in the…

  • Bec & Bridge Resort 18

    One of the highlights of the second day at MBFWA was certainly the Bec & Bridge show, hosted at an off-site location, offering an intimate setting allowing guests to take a closer look at the designs on stage while making everyone feel part of the show itself. There is such a thing as the science behind “effortlessly sexy” and this time Bec…

  • Karla Špetić Resort 18 – MBFWA

    While mixing pink, florals and sheer can be considered “too much” from the sartorial point of view, Špetić’s take on resort turns out as a striking formula for sharp romanticism, fusing simplicity, edginess and yes, a dash of playfulness. With her distinctive laid-back allure and clean cut appeal, the designer gave us a lesson on how to master the art of revealing,…