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  • Interview- Takafumi Tsuruta, for a more inclusive fashion

    Vanishing frontiers, sources of inspiration and identification, are – just to name a few –  overused references making headlines in the name of fashion; in times when the industry claims to be more diverse than ever, there’s still a lot of stigma about what’s fashionable and what’s not, what’s worthy of attention or not, and more importantly who are the new role models…

  • Zhivago Resort 17 – Australian Fashion Week

    Fashion Week is over but the memories prevail, It was the second night of the schedule, the runway? – Zhivago. For those unaware of the beginnings of this brand it is the vision of two lifetime friends Lara Kovacevich and Lydia Tsvetnenko, which from 2012 has quickly became one of Australia’s most acclaimed labels, worn by celebs such as Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Giuliana…

  • Oscar De La Renta – Australian Fashion Week

    During MBFW Australia locals and visitors alike were delighted by the best of established and emerging design in the country, but the lineage of a legendary name was also eagerly anticipated, Oscar De La Renta was indeed a remarkable closing event for such a memorable week. Although the prestigious designer is no longer among us his work gained him global recognition and…

  • AKIRA Resort 17 – Australian Fashion Week

    Best looks from the Akira show Thanks for your visit! Gracias por visitar! For more updates from MBFWA follow via / Para mas reportes desde MBFWA siguenos via Instagram . Facebook .Twitter  

  • TOME – Australian Fashion Week

    One of the most memorable shows seen at MBFW Australia was undoubtedly TOME’s, a NY based label by aussies Ryan Lobo and Ramon Marin. The duo returned home this time to present a fall proposal, free from literalness that explored in smart way silhouettes and colors suitable for different seasons. Festive and playful, yet sober and chic, Tome’s clean cut aesthetic revealed…

  • MBFW Tokyo – Day 3

    Fashion language goes beyond what´s conventional, many can easily judge what´s seen on a runway, but in this scenario fashion can totally turn into an abstract expression which is not always easy to digest for common criteria, a confrontation between consumer demands and the designer´s vision, between a money making industry and paraphernalia. During my third day at Tokyo Fashion Week I viewed…