Blogger profiles: Emily Collie, Melbourne Girl

Why do you blog? HI, MY NAME IS EMILY AND I’M A FASHIONHOLIC! Currently, I am supporting my fashion addiction as Editor of website, Melbourne Girl. I pursue my vigour for fashion blogging at every minute of the day I can squeeze in, because I love everything fashion & style. How did you start? My […]

Behind the Scenes of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2013

Seems like only yesterday we were in spring of 2012 and I was reporting on all the wonderful designers that showcased their latest collections. Time flies when you’re having fun. The City of Melbourne is again proud to present another inaugural season of the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week celebrations, showcasing some of the best emerging […]

Hopenlife menswear

A life without hope is to cease to live. A French menswear company, Hopenlife offers something cool, something classic and something masculine for the men of France and the surrounds. Designed deliberately into three distinct categories of menswear, Hopenlife creates a range that is both classically designed, quality fabricated and appealing to a wide variety […]

The LG Tab Book and Ultrabook

Tablet computers just keep getting cooler and cooler. Recently LG unveiled its latest additions to its busting arsenal of electronic goods: two new Hybrid PC products; the Z160 and H160 Tab-Book, and the Z360 Ultrabook. According to LG, computer users are always on the hunt for innovative ways to view and consume while on the go. To address this, […]

A/W Men’s Style: Godwin Charli

If there’s one thing we can all use, it’s more men’s retailers. Godwin Charli is one, whose reputation for quality fabrics, styles, fits and overall looks a man who knows what’s up cannot go past. The baby of Melbourne designer and businessman Godwin Hili, Godwin Charli is a welcome star in men’s retail and style […]

Fashion First series with Pip Edwards – Episode 2

Sydney never fails to disappoint. Pip Edwards with Visa Fashion First took to the streets of trendy Sydney suburb, Darlinghurst and asked the rabble they found who was wearing what and why. As the weather gets colder and the need to rug up more kicks in, seasonal trends are thick on the ground as most […]

Winter Warmer: Home made pies

Pie Face is that colossal pie chain that has sprouted more arms than a pod of octopi and operates essentially 24 hours of each and every day. With operations now having gone international, it’s no wonder they’re one of the most well recognised pie and fast food franchises of the time. I thought it might […]

River Island’s S/S 13-14 Sydney showings

By Henry Ng.  River Island will soon be the talk of the town as the UK brand launches an Australian online store before it opens its first bricks-and-motar stores. Showcasing its S/S 13/14 collection (northern hemisphere) in Sydney recently, the collection was expectedly on trend with clothing, shoes and accessories to suit every occasion but also […]

Melbourne: The land of in-between

There’s no group of people more Melbourne-centric than those that live here. Makes sense. It’s always great to see the city as a whole put so much energy into promoting what makes Melbourne the place it is. The City of Melbourne has just launched a new campaign entitled Visit the land of inbetween, whereby they encourage […]

Test driving the MINI Paceman

When the open road beckons, a weekend out of the hustle and bustle that is Melbourne calls and the rev of a Cooper S MINI invites you to the driver seat, naturally, you go with it. So that’s what I did when MINI Australia offered their latest addition to the MINI family of seven, the […]

What’s in your Malebox?

They say money can’t buy you class, but it sure can help. It doesn’t take much for a man to cross the line between looking like rubbish and looking stylish, but it does take a lot to get them the gumption to go forth and do it. One such newfound organisation out there doing just […]

Stylish computing: The Toshiba Portégé Z10t

Launching 11 June, the Toshiba detachable Ultrabook tablet computer, the Portégé Z10t which doubles as a laptop or tablet on the Telstra Mobile Network will hit the country. I’m normally not one to be interested in IT and computing, but it’s about time the Apple iPad had a decent competitor that offered something other than just […]