Fashion Designer, Taliah Dimitrakakis, is rethinking the future of fashion in a post-apocalyptic world, not so unlike the future we’re heading towards.
Emma Robinson responds to her critics by sticking to what she believes in and upholding her creative identity.
Bianca Boyd uses whimsical fashion design to encourage us to rethink the garment walls we encase ourselves in, asking us instead to play around in them and discover new ways of wearing.
Jessica Maio is reinventing glam rock vibes for a new wave of musical artists.
Social media has changed who we are, and who we say we are.
For a particular cohort of the fashion writing industry, there exists a responsibility to go deeper into the ethical agenda.
This year marks VAMFF’s third Fashion Writing Series, in which five aspiring mentees (myself included) were given the rare privilege of being mentored by some of Australia’s most influential journalists and writers.
By Frankey Just as we’re increasingly required to become more conscious of the impact our lives have on the environment around … More
Lush Terrain comes at a time when sustainability = responsibility. Set in the botanical surrounds of an Eden-like habitat, five incredibly forward-thinking and innovative designers parade the conceptual future of fashion.
On Saturday 21 March 2015, I was fortunate enough to attend the 1:30pm session of the Autumn/Winter 2015 show, one of the last runway events of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Show.